Kiiko Matsumoto is one of the world’s leading practitioners and authors on Japanese acupuncture. She blends a profound understanding of Classical Chinese literature, a modern biomedical understanding of the body and many years of study with several Japanese masters.
This year Kiiko will present her latest work enabling a deeper understanding of the developmentalpatterns that lead to the complex set of syndromes seen in so many patients.The strategies she will present will enable participants to treat a wide range ofconstitutional conditions and help to improve the long term health of their patients.
Day 1: Kiiko will combine her work from the Chinese Classics, ancient Chinese Mythology and modern research to shed light on how certain structures in the body developed and the reasons behind the names and locations of key acupuncture points. She will go on to talk about the Kidney and Dan Tien and present valuable strategies for the diagnosis and treatment of these two vital energetic areas.
Day 2: Kiiko will present her latest understanding and treatment of two further fundamental mechanisms of the body – blood pressure and blood sugar regulation.
The Classics of Chinese Medicine are fundamental to the practice of acupuncture and the understanding of energy in the body. Kiiko Matsumoto is an acknowledged authority on the interpretation of these texts, in particular the Su Wen, Ling Shu and Nan Jing. Drawing on nearly four decades of study and research Kiiko will present the theory and then through live demonstration show how she has refined these hidden gems of knowledge to produce powerful and dynamic clinical strategies, that can be applied immediately in clinic.
The Gems from Classics series of seminars, now in its twenty first year, is the highlight of our educational programme and a truly inspirational event.
Date: Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th June, 2020
Time: Saturday 27th June, 10:00 – 17:00
Sunday 28th June, 9:30 – 17:00
Venue: Jamyang Buddhist Centre, The Old Courthouse, 43 Renfrew Road, London SE11 4NA Details
Early bird – £235 (before 15/12/19)
Medium bird – £260 (before 01/05/20)
Full – £285
Lunch: Lunch in the Jamyang Cafe must be pre-booked.