Online Acupuncture Classes - NCCAOM Approved
This class discusses how myofascial lines and are fundamental to acupuncture anatomy and point actions. It establishes an anatomical basis for understanding how acupuncture points work. Traditional points and meridians are discussed as well as extra points and some of Tung's key points.
This online acupuncture class discusses in great detail many of Master Tung's acupuncture points in the context of fascial line anatomy. It is designed for those with prior experience in Tung's points, and is appropriate for intermediate and advanced level acupuncturists.
This class discusses many points for the neck, upper back, and shoulders in the context of myofascial lines. Structure and alignment are examined, as are advanced techniques such as bone pecking, Tung's points, and more.
*Note the 201, 202 & 203 courses are very similar. The 201 class is designed for those who primarily practice TCM, the 202 class for those with prior exposure to Tung's points.
Tung's Points & Internal Medicine - 304 Course
Pre-requisites for this class are either the 201, 202 or 203 level courses. In this online class the visceral fasciae are discussed in terms of how they relate to Tan's meridian systems. An anatomical basis for Tan's systems is presented along with Master Tung's most effective points for internal medicine. This class also discusses medical acupuncture and reviews some of the most important findings from research in acupuncture. This is all integrated with Tung's points and fascial system dynamics.
Articles about Master Tung Points
Master Tung's Points for Neck Pain
Acupuncture for Neck and Shoulder Pain
Master Tung's Points for Sciatica and Lumbar Pain
Tung Points, the Urinary Bladder Meridian, and the Superficial Back Line
What do you do if Ling Gu (22.05) and Da Bai (22.04) doesn't work?
Tai Yang Meridians, Tung's Points - 22.08 & 22.09, and Fascial Lines
Visit my other site for more information on Master Tung's Points.
22.01 & 22.02 (Chong Zi and Chong Xian)
Four Flowers - 77.08, 77.09, 77.11
Lower Three Emperors - 77.17, 77.19, 77.21
Four Horses - 88.17, 88.18, 88.19
Meridian Circuit Systems (MCS)
This class covers the essentials of Dr. Tan's Balance Method and expands on his five system connections. It goes into great detail about the more advanced Global Balance Method, and relates this to conventional TCM patterns. If you have studied the Balance Method yet feel your knowledge is incomplete, this course will fill in many of the blanks while elaborating on advanced pattern diagnosis.
Four Horses (88.17 - 88.19) and Three Weights (77.05 - 77.07) Case Study
A case study for the Seven Tigers (77.26)
Acupuncture Today Article - Acupuncture and Fascial Planes: The Power of Non-Local Needling
Meridian Circuit Systems Articles
Intro to Meridian Circuit Systems
Benefits of Meridian Based Approaches