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Extraordinary Vessels; Relationships to Original Qi

Location: AOMA, 4701 West Gate Blvd, Bldg A, Mind-Body Center, Austin, TX 78745

From: October 27, 2012 at 9:30am to: 5:00pm

Details:

Register: $100

Approved for 6 hours of Texas Massage CEs; pending NCCAOM PDAs.

A 6-hour workshop that encapsulates these strange flows from a psycho-spiritual view. Experiential practice will deepen the understanding of this template of qi.

The workshop includes:
•Explanation of the vessels; qi jing ba mai
•Acupressure and abdominal release patterns
•Qigong practice
•Integration with treatment modalities and personal practice

This workshop is for acupuncturists, students, Asian bodyworkers, massage therapists with an interest in the extraordinary vessels. Extraordinary vessels are used in clinical and qigong practice. This workshop will also support those who study pulse diagnosis of the vessels.
                                            
A book signing of Fabric of the Soul will take place at AOMA Herbal Medicine South on Oct. 20, 4-5:30pm & North on Oct. 25th, 12:30-2pm
South: 4701 West Gate Blvd. Building B  |  Austin, TX 78745  |  (512) 693-4372
North: 2700 W. Anderson Ln. #504   |  Austin, TX 78757  |  (512) 323-6720

About the instructor:  Doctor of Oriental medicine and author of Fabric of the Soul 8 Extraordinary Vessels, Gayl is licensed in Chinese medicine since 1988. Dr. Hubatch has taught at colleges, universities and privately, throughout the U.S. and in Canada for over 2 decades. Gayl is also a licensed CE provider, Jin Shin Do® Bodymind Acupressurist®, massage therapist, and Avatar®. Gayl is certified to teach tai chi, qigong and yoga. http://www.blueheroncenter.com