A STUDY OF THE POINT NAMES: THE GALLBLADDER MERIDIAN
with Dennis Willmont
Saturday-Sunday, June 23-24, 2018
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The “Pivot Functions” of the Gall Bladder Meridian can be used to balance many Yin-Yang Polarities, of which the Inside/Outside Polarity used for the invasion of Pathogenic Qì is only one. In addition, and mostly unknown to the acupuncture profession, are major polarities for balancing the Body, Mind, and Spirit.
These form the basis for Fulfilling the Inner Potential of Destiny according to the Three Levels of Healing established by Táo Hóngjǐng. In addition, they also include a detailed map for balancing the psycho-physical aspects of the brain that takes psycho-emotional healing to an entirely new dimension. This course explores these possibilities through a study of the pointnames and their connection to the energetics and functions.
This course covers the following:
- Discusses the pointnames of all 44 points of the Gall Bladder Meridian.
- Breaks the meridian down into its individual segments,
- As well as its physical and psycho-emotional categories.
- Shows how these points are also related to the development of the higher self for a deeper healing to occur.
14 NCCAOM PDAs Approved
Event Location: (link)
Roots and Wings Yoga and Healing Arts
317 North Main Street, Natick, MA 01760
Virtual attendance available. Inquire.
Dennis Willmont, Lic. Ac., is an accomplished Author, Acupuncturist, Shiatsu Practitioner, Chinese Herbalist, Essential Oils Practitioner, Macrobiotic Counselor, and Way of Life Counselor.
Dennis has more than 40 years of experience with the Dàodéjīng – a classic Chinese text that has been a source of inspiration for Daoism, Buddhism, Confucianism, artists, poets and healers. He has been practicing Shiatsu, Acupressure, Tàijíquán, and Daoist meditation since 1971, and Acupuncture since 1976. He graduated from the first class at the New England School of Acupuncture (NESA).
He has also studied Wu style Tàijíquán with Li Li-ta in San Francisco and Yang style with T.T Liang and Yang Jwing-ming in Boston where he has earned the rank of assistant instructor as well as Xingyi and Baguquan with Liang Shouyu.
A true pioneer, in the 1970’s Dennis created and taught the first 500-hour program in Shiatsu/Acupressure in North America, before the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia (AOBTA®) existed. He is an AOBTA® Certified Instructor and Honorary Member.
In an attempt to share his vast knowledge with colleagues and students, Dennis Willmont has written ten books on acupuncture and natural healing, several of which have been used as textbooks in educational institutions. Currently, he is working on completing Volume Two of the five volume series on the Dàodéjīng and how it relates to the Three Levels of Healing in acupuncture.
In addition to his rigorous writing schedule, Dennis maintains a practice in acupuncture, Chinese herbs, whole foods dietary practice, and essential oils in Marshfield, Massachusetts.
His books are used by acupuncturists, teachers, and acupuncture schools around the world. To learn more about these treasures, or to purchase, visit Willmountain Press.