Sponsored by: ASNY (Acupuncture Society of New York)
When: September 14, 2019 | 9:00am – 5:00pm
110 William Street, 19th Floor
New York NY 10038
PDAs: 7 NCCAOM PDAs
Price: $205 (Non-ASNY Members)
What you will learn:
- The yin and yang of the pulse
- The physical organ vs The function of the organ in the pulse
- Qualitative vs Quantitative aspects
- Breaking down the locations more precisely
- Locating pain through the pulse and letting that guide your acu-points
- The foundational diagnosis from the pulse
We will also cover different syndromes palpable within the Pulse as time permits!
- -Locating Qi and Blood stagnation/pain and where it is manifesting in the body
- -Food Sensitivities – Emotional syndromes, various blood deficiencies and hormonal imbalances
This workshop has practical hands-on work, visual aids, and discussion.
About the Teacher:
Greg began studying Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in the early 1990s. The first school attended was a Five Element School and the second school was a Traditional Chinese Medicine school. Spring of 2000 he met Jim Ramholz at Colorado School of TCM as Greg began his teaching career. Jim shared a great deal of wisdom with Greg over the next few years about the previously illusive pulse diagnosis techniques. In 2011 Greg published his first Chinese pulse diagnostic book, The Pulse Atlas. It is an illustrative guide to Chinese pulse diagnosis formatted to make it easier for students and practitioners of different learning styles to better comprehend the pulses whether you are a Visual, Audio or Kin-esthetic learner. In addition to treating clients his passion for teaching has brought him around the world teaching seminars on Auricular therapy, Tui-Na and Pulse Diagnosis for almost two decades.