from December 3, 2020
with Shellie Goldstein
from December 3, 2020
Join Shellie Goldstein, renowned cosmetic facial acupuncturist for this excellent free webinar on integrating biomedical and Eastern Medicine for analyzing and treating the aging face. This class will discuss the anatomical aging facial changes as they pertain to Eastern Medicine patterns of disharmony and diagnosis. Treatment and needling strategies and protocols will be presented.
Shellie Goldstein is the founder of the Academy of Advanced Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture, with almost 30 years of experience specializing in cosmetics, facial neurological & musculoskeletal disorders. She is the author of the book Your Best Face Now: Look Younger in 20 Days with the Do It Yourself Acupressure Facelift, and creator of Touch+Glow: The Natural Acupressure Face Lift Kit.
with Denise WiesnerSee In Store
Increase your understanding about sexuality and sexual dysfunction looking through the lens of western and eastern medicine. If you are treating infertility patients or just want more information, this course will help you understand and treat sexual issues as well as learn to speak with your patients about this sensitive subject. In addition, this course will educate you about who to refer to.
We will cover sexual anatomy, mechanisms of desire and arousal, and the sexual response cycle as well as look at the TCM understanding of sexuality, including some taoist practices. Included will be a deep dive into four of the eight-extraordinary vessels and how they apply to sexual trauma. We will go over TCM treatment and herbal medicine research of low libido for both female and males as well as the conditions of male sexual dysfunction: premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, delayed ejaculation and female sexual dysfunction: vulvodynia, lichen sclerosus, vaginismus, and dyspareunia.
Denise Wiesner L.Ac., Dipl. Ac. ABORM, founder of the Natural Healing and Acupuncture Clinic in West Los Angeles, is an internationally recognized traditional Chinese medicine practitioner, specializing in women’s health, sexuality, and fertility since 1994. She is a professor at YoSan University.
with Karin Kalbantner-WernickeSee In Store
Offering a new perspective on development, this course shares a concept which combines both Eastern and Western knowledge and understanding. It is presented half through video and half through follow-along reading materials, in a comprehensive learning experience that offers practical approaches to support healthy baby development, parents, and families.
In the first year of life, an important development window occurs, as key sensory-motor milestones and our emerging meridian blueprint start to lay the foundations for future development.
The Developmental Concept aims to bring the Western knowledge of neuroscience, developmental physiology and psychology into alignment with the knowledge and experience of Eastern Medicine and meridian theory.
When viewed together as a holistic concept, we can also gain insights into themes which link our early development to topics and presentations in our later school years or adult life. This course starts at the beginning phase of life in the world, learning what it means to ‘find our centre’ and our sense of boundaries and how to support this.
You may be a practitioner working with babies and children, or have an interest in the topic of development. The course comprises practical and theoretical information along with comprehensive notes.
It is also accessible for interested parents and care-givers, with practical support such as handling methods and tips for baby’s everyday life.
The Developmental Concept is the result of many years of research and clinical experience by Karin Kalbantner-Wernicke and Dr Thomas Wernicke.
Karin Kalbantner-Wernicke is a Shiatsu teacher and children Physical Therapist. She is Program Coordinator and Lecturer for University Certification Program. Since over 30 years her work as a lecturer takes her abroad on a regular basis to many European countries, to the US, Japan, and Australia.
with Mary McCulloughSee In Store
Ethics is a balance between passion and caution. This course covers a full spectrum of principles for maintaining an acupuncture/eastern medicine practice, whether you’re just starting out or are a seasoned practitioner. We’ll address ethical models in different medical modalities, the patient-practitioner relationship, disclosure, confidentiality, payments, setting up your practice, taking time away or moving your practice, record keeping, sexual attraction, relationships with and covering for other practitioners, advertising, professional surroundings, and your role in the global community, and more - all within a clear and easy through-line that will guide you to success via integrity.
Mary McCullough is an Acupuncturist and Professor. She serves as Senior Faculty member at the Institute of Classical Five Element Acupuncture in California.
Shellie Goldstein is the founder of the Academy of Advanced Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture, with almost 30 years of experience specializing in cosmetics,...
Karin Kalbantner-Wernicke is a Shiatsu teacher and children Physical Therapist. She is Program Coordinator and Lecturer for University Certification P...
Mary McCullough is an Acupuncturist and Professor. She serves as Senior Faculty member at the Institute of Classical Five Element Acupuncture in Calif...