“Ancient Pulse Theory in Modern Day Language” A Traditional Oriental Pulse Diagnosis Seminar
Sunday, June 17 , 2012
9:30 am – 12:30 pm & 1:30 – 4:30 pm
CSTCM Campus, Room A/B
Come and FEEL what you have been missing.
Here are some of what we’ll cover for 6 hours:
- 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 pulse diagnosis for herbs
This workshop has A LOT of practical hands-on, visual aids and discussion. Greg will engage and inspire you to experience the pulses in greater depth. In 2011 he published, “The Pulse Atlas: An illustrative Guide to Pulse Diagnosis”, to guide discussions around pulse studies and provide a more clear picture of the pulse.
Enroll Early for Registration Discount
Early registration deadline is May 11, 2011
Practitioners $100, early registration $80
AAC member Practitioners $90, early registration $70
Students $75, early registration $55
CSTCM Faculty discount 40%, early registration 50% (no other discounts apply)
Licensed Practitioners receive 6 CEU/PDA credits
Registration: online at http://cstcm.edu/pda/all Payment must be in cash or check. Attn: Clinic Director’s Office: Continuing Education. Credit cards are not accepted. Please make checks payable to: CSTCM, 1441 York St., Room 202, Denver, 80206, To call: 303-329-6355, ext. 16, Clinic Directors Office. Registration is not complete until payment is received. Cancellation Policy: Full refund 30 days prior to workshop date: 50% refund less than 30 – 2 days: No refund less than 48 hours or No Shows.
Greg Cicciu, L.Ac., author of the 2011 publication, “The Pulse Atlas: An Illustrative Guide to Pulse Diagnosis”, began studying Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1993 where he began acupuncture school at the first of two schools he attended before graduating in 1998 from the Florida Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine! His pulse studies began while in a five element school in Jacksonville, Florida, having to feel 24 different peoples’ pulses per week for the entire program. Later he met and studied with the late Jim Ramholz, an accomplished Master pulse diagnostician. He has been practicing traditional Chinese medicine in Colorado since 1998.