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Shonishin

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Saturday-Sunday, July 22-23, 2017
9:00-5:30 p.m. 

Location: Watertown Center for Healing Arts
17 Spring St, Watertown, MA 02472 (location)

15 NCCAOM PDAs

Designed for Acupuncturists
and Asian Bodywork Therapists.

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Shonishin: Japanese Treatment Strategies for Children with Tetsuya Fukushima Sensei
Tracing its roots back to 17th century Osaka in Japan, Shonishin literally translates as sho "little", ni "children,” and shin "needle." In this class, participants will learn the history of Shonishin, basic diagnosis (including unique pathogenic and psychological conditions), treatment protocols and techniques for infants and children. Sensei will address the use of tools and how to apply them with pressing, rubbing and stroking the skin without insertion.

Course Objectives:
Interaction and diagnostic approaches
Palpatory diagnosis
Engaging the guardian as part of the treatment
Become adept with the use of Shonishin tools   

This course has didactic and practical components
Part 1: The history and type of Shonishin
Part 2: The basic manipulation of Shonishin
Part 3: The moxa for infant and children
Part 4: The diagnosis of infant and children
Part 5: The treatment protocol of Shonishin     



Tetsuya Fukushima Sensei Study with an internationally-renowned master of Japanese medicine and learn the art of treating infants and children though Shonishin.

Prerequisite: Seminar participants must be professional Asian Bodywork Therapists or Acupuncturists, or have at least 100 hours of student training in a comparable discipline.

What to bring: Participants are encouraged to use their own supplies. For those without a Shonishin Kit, there will the opportunity to purchase supplies, including a “Shonishin Kit” during the program breaks.

Attire: Please wear loose comfortable clothing.

Treatment Tables would be appreciated. Please let us know if you can bring one.

Public Transportation: (link)     

Nearby Restaurants: (link)      

Accommodations: (link) (see below!!)


Cost to Attend: Professional

$400 Professional (until Monday, May 15, 2017)

$475 Professional (as of Tuesday, May 16, 2017)

Cost to Attend: AOBTA® Professional Members*

$375 Professional (until Monday, May 15, 2017)

$425 Professional (as of Tuesday, May 16, 2017)

Student and Recent Graduate (< 1 year)

$350 Student-Recent Graduate (until Monday, May 15, 2017)

$400 Student-Recent Graduate (as of Tuesday, May 16, 2017)

AOBTA® Student and Recent Graduate (< 1 year) Members*

$325 Student-Recent Graduate (until Monday, May 15, 2017)

$375 Student-Recent Graduate (as of Tuesday, May 16, 2017)

Registration: http://www.EasternMedicinalTherapies.com/Attend     **Please seek approval before signing up for a payment plan.


To support the AOBTA® and ABT community Eastern Medicinal Therapies Education Center (EMTEC) will offer all new AOBTA® professional members $75 credit to apply towards the full program price of one program. For current members, EMTEC will match any contributions given though waving the AOBTA® member discount. Offer good from April 1, 2017-April 1, 2018. Inquire for details.

To learn more about the AOBTA® Membership Organization or EMTEC’s event schedule visit:

Eastern Medicinal Therapies Education Center (EMTEC)
Continuing Education for Acupuncturists and Asian Bodywork Therapists

Website: http://www.EasternMedicinalTherapies.com/

American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia (AOBTA®)
Membership Association for Asian Bodywork Therapy Students, Professionals, Educators and Schools

Website: http://www.aobta.org/


Update! We will be hosting our Shakuju training this fall at the Hyatt House-Waltham and have taken the opportunity to include a negotiated reduced rate for participants for our July training even though it is being held at the Watertown Center for Healing Arts near to NESA. I realize this hotel is not as close as other hotels in the area, but the price is steeply discounted below market rate so we felt compelled to share.

Hyatt House Waltham
54 4th Avenue, Waltham, MA 02451

Website Link: https://waltham.house.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html

Wednesday, July 19-26, 2017
1-Bedroom King bed with queen pull out sofa bed:
$149 on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights
$199 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

2-Bedroom King King with queen pull out sofa bed:
$175 on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights
$239 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday nights

Attendees can contact Lauren Copenhaver (below) to get this discounted pricing for July. Let her know you are attending a workshop with Eastern Medicinal Therapies Education Center to get the discount. You can also just use my name, Lauren Paap.

Lauren Copenhaver, Sales Manager

Phone: 781-373-6054         Email: lauren.copenhaver@interstatehotels.com

Note: We will be using the Hyatt-House Waltham to hold our Shakuju workshop this November. It is ADA accessible. Details to be posted soon.