Cole Magbanua’s BodyMapping Acupuncture Technique is an anatomical based distal point method following in the spirit of Master Tong’s acupuncture. Saturday morning offers the basics of distal point acupuncture with emphasis on channel location, point selection, and needle technique. In the afternoon we will demonstrate these powerful techniques and perform sample treatments.
Sunday morning will begin with a march down the body from head to toe, covering all channels and strategies for treatment. Then we will get into the advanced body mapping imaging of specific muscle relations on the opposite side of the body, and the treatments for them. The afternoon will be divided into further exploration of muscle relationships, then to needle location practice and demonstrations of any points not covered previously.
Distal acupuncture provided fast, often times immediate pain relief with very high effective rates.
9-10 channel relationships – name pairs, clock opposites, same channel, intro to channel location, band theory
10-11 body images – extremities, torso, head, front to back, examples
11-12 intro to anatomical relationships
2-3 anatomical correlations – bony landmarks
3-4 treatment examples
4-5 treatment examples
8-9 point strategies – head, neck, and shoulder
9-10 point strategies – chest, back and abdomen
10-11 point strategies – arms, legs, other favorite points
11-12 intro to HARA diagnosis (*IF there is time, Cole will review pulse diagnosis)
1-2 anatomical correlations muscles – front, back
2-3 treatment examples and practice
3-4 supervised practice of special points
Pending 12.5 NCCAOM PDA’s, Provider 168916
California Acupuncture Board CEP Provider #1441
Pending 14 CA CEU’s Category 1
Refunds: There are no refunds for live seminars. A credit towards a future CMTW seminar will be granted. 1
Venue: Embassy Suites, Destiny Mall, Syracuse NY
There is a discounted room block. This is on a first come, first serve basis, with limited rooms available. Here is the link to book your room: http://group.embassysuites.com/chinesemedicinethatworks