Part Time Courses

Below are courses for continued education and self interest only.

Acupressure for Relaxation Massage

  • Involves learning the location of the meridians as well as learning the acupuncture points, techniques and treatment combinations.
  • Using acupressure for relaxation, treating anxiety, stress, etc.
  • Dr. Li-Chen Acupressure Massage follows the basic theories of TCM. Physical manipulations are used to stimulate the points or other parts of the body surface to correct the imbalance of yin/yang; to regulate the functions of qi, blood, meridians and organs; It is an active component of various aspects of the Chinese medical field including: clinical treatment, rehabilitation and prevention. It is a safe and effective form of energy work beginning to reach its therapeutic potential.
  • Learning some common acupuncture points for Relaxation

Starts May 14 Monday all day 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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Acupressure for Treating Pain Conditions

  • Involves learning the location of the meridians and the acupuncture points and the techniques and treatment combinations using acupressure for pain conditions.
  • Dr. Li-Chen Acupressure Massage follows the basic theories of TCM. Physical manipulations are used to stimulate the points or other parts of the body surface to correct the imbalance of yin/yang; to regulate the functions of qi, blood, meridians and organs; It is an active component of various aspects of the Chinese medical field including: clinical treatment, rehabilitation and prevention. It is a safe and effective form of energy work beginning to reach its therapeutic potential.
  • Learning some common acupuncture points for pain condition.

Starts April 18 - Wednesday afternoons 1:30-5:30 p.m.  
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Meridian Massage  

  • Involves learning the location of the meridians and the acupuncture points and the techniques and treatment combinations
  • Using acupressure for enhance immunity and regulate organs function, etc.
  • Li-Chen Acupressure Meridian Massage follows the basic theories of TCM. Physical manipulations are used to stimulate the points or other parts of the body surface to correct the imbalance of yin/yang; to regulate the functions of qi, blood, meridians and organs; It is an active component of various aspects of the Chinese medical field including: clinical treatment, rehabilitation and prevention. It is a safe and effective form of energy work beginning to reach its therapeutic potential.
  • Learning Meridians and common acupuncture points.
  • This course will explain clinical applications of meridians in diagnosis and treatment. It will also further discuss the Basic 12 Meridian Acupuncture Points (shu xue theory).

Starts April 19 - Thursday afternoons 1:30-5:30 p.m.
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Cupping & No Pain Acupuncture 

Involves learning the following concepts and how to use them in acupuncture treatments:

  • Cupping method of relieving local congestion by applying a partial vacuum that is created in a cup(s), either by heat or by suction. 
  • The  history of Cupping for thousands of years. 
  • The benefits of electro-acupuncture (EA) 
  • EA uses the same points as acupuncture, and operates on a similar principle. The difference is that the needles are attached to a device that sends electrical currents or pulses into the body. Electrical currents have stimulating effects which can influence the cells, tissues and entire systems. While most electrotherapy techniques are transcutaneous, only allowing the electricity to flow over the skin, EA channels it into the body with pinpoint precision.
  • Learning some common conditions to be treated using the above skills.

Starts April 18 - Wednesday mornings 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
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