- A 3 years track for preliminary training in Chinese medicine
- Advanced courses and workshops for students and graduates
The 3 years track for preliminary training in Chinese medicine:
Four days per week, over 36 weeks
Overall – 3500
1054 – 1st year
1054 – 2nd year
3rd year – 1392
"Authorized Therapist of Chinese Medicine".
Subjects studied in the "Authorized Therapist of Chinese Medicine" track:
First and second years
Chinese Medicine – history, Tao, yin-yang, Heaven – Man – Earth, the Five Elements, Introduction to the I – Ching, Three treasures, Energy, Types of energies, the Body's organs – physiology, causes of illness.
Chinese Diagnosis – Feeling the Pulse, Types of people according to the 5 elements
Chinese Thinking – Introduction to eastern philosophy including Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism
Learning basic themes of Chinese culture and reading texts from Chinese philosophy and medicine.
Chinese Herbal Medicine – Introduction to the theory of herbs – an in-depth study of 190 individual plants.
Energetics and Action of Acupuncture points – the function of all acupuncture points according to their name and energetic quality, Point categories, Direction of flow and symptomatology
The Meridian System – meridians flow and interior connections, Physical location of all Acupuncture points in the body
Tai Chi and Chi Kong – developing the therapist's energy through breathing techniques and exercises.
Manuel Therapy physical Techniques – Holistic body massage and Chinese Tui-Na Physical Therapy and clinical training.
Chinese Pathology – Deep understanding of the 8 principle theory,
Zang – Fu differentiation of syndromes.
Chinese Physiology – The Three Heater:
In-depth study of the production and function of blood, energy and body Fluids.
The Six Division Theory in connection to pathology, physiology, The Five Elements and the Meridian system.
The four radicals.
Physiology and Pathology of the meridian system including: T.m.m, Luo, and Divergent meridians.
In-depth study of the Eight extra meridians.
Pulse Diagnosis – Understanding the Physiology and Pathology of the pulse.
Development of disorders according to various models in Chinese Medicine.
Chinese Diagnosis- The Four Methods of Diagnosis including: Pulse Diagnosis, Tongue Diagnosis, Body Diagnosis, 5 Types of people, Face Diagnosis, Nail Diagnosis, Hara Diagnosis.
Chinese Thinking – Learning basic themes of Chinese culture and reading Medical and Philosophical classic texts from the Nei – Ching, Tao Te Ching, Chuang – Tze and more.
Chinese Herbal Medicine – 120 Chinese herbal formulas and clinical applications.
Chinese Nutrition – Clinical theory and applications.
Acupuncture techniques – Various acupuncture and therapy techniques including: Needling, Cupping, Moxa and Guasha
Tui – Na – Chinese Physical therapy – Pain and soft tissues protocols and clinical training
Tai Chi and Chi – Kong.
Introduction, terminology, and general Anatomy of the body Pathophysiology of the body's systems
Clinical training at the school clinics: after the first semester all students will be required to pass a thorough practical and theoretical exam, covering what has been taught so far, in order to be able to start their clinical practice in the school clinics.
Therapeutic techniques – Auricular Acupuncture, Electro Acupuncture, Hand Acupuncture, Scalp Acupuncture and more.
Chinese pathophysiology – Analyzing Western disorders according to Chinese medicine.
Chinese medicine – supplementary studies and professional seminars.
Chinese nutrition – clinical applications.
Tui – Na – Chinese Physical therapy – Internal Medicine, babies and children protocols and clinical training
Chinese herbology – Case-study analysis and practical training in the school clinics
Tai Chi and Chi – Kong.
Western Medicine – Pathophysiology of the body's systems
Clinical training at the school clinics.
Chinese medicine – Chinese pathophysiology (2). Further study of western diseases according to Chinese medicine.
Chinese medicine – Supplementary studies and professional seminars.
Chinese emergency medicine
Chinese herbology – Professional seminars in the analysis and treatment using herbs
Western medicine seminars and clinical observation
Advanced courses and workshops for students and graduates
. Stems and Branches – yearly course which combine(s) theoretical and clinical study
. I – Ching Acupuncture – Advanced understanding of Fu-Shi and King-Wen triagrams and their practical applications
continents – Ancient system of diagnosis and treatment by understanding the theory of the 9 palaces
. Pulse Diagnosis – Advanced workshop
. Elements – In depth study of the theory and its practical application according the Nei – Ching
. Acupuncture Points – Understanding the energetic qualities of points according the Nei Ching
The school is entitled to change the curriculum, or any part of it, at its discretion.