"SHONISHIN" JAPANESE TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR CHILDREN
with Tetsuya Fukushima Sensei
Saturday-Sunday, July 22-23, 2017
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.
Tetsuya Fukushima Sensei Study with an internationally-renowned master of Japanese medicine and learn the art of treating infants and children though Shonishin. To learn more visit: (link)
Designed for Acupuncturists and Asian Bodywork Therapists.
15 NCCAOM PDAs
This course has both 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
Interaction and diagnostic approaches for children vs adults
Palpatory diagnosis (pulse and very light touch of the hara)
Engaging the guardian as part of the treatment beyond the office visit
Become adept with the use of the various Shonishin tools
Location: Watertown Center for Healing Arts
17 Spring St, Watertown, MA 02472 (location)
Registration Details: http://www.EasternMedicinalTherapies.com/Attend