Neoclassical Pulse Diagnosis with William Morris
Sept. 28-29, 2013 (see detailed schedule below)
CAEs: 12 (TX: 11 General, 1 Bio, CA: 12 Category 1, NCCAOM: 11 Core, 1 Bio)
This seminar explores pulse methods for assessing the 8 extraordinary vessels and the 6 channel methods of Wang Shu-he. Methods for assessing the flow of ying qi and wei qi are also addressed. The 8 extraordinary vessels (8EV) are essential to the practice of acupuncture. This section explores the practical application of the 8EV as well as correlations with birth trauma and postnatal trauma. The 6 channel system of Wang Shu-he is imminently practical for the purpose of soft tissue injuries. They are also useful for the purposes of treating concerns related to internal medicine.
About Will Morris:
William Morris, PhD, DAOM, LAc is a pulse diagnosis teacher of world renown. He is the founder of email@example.com and www.pulsediagnosis.com. He began his studies in the area of pulse diagnosis and pulse balancing methods in 1980. He taught the Shen-Hammer method with Leon Hammer between 1993 and 2000. Since then, Will has adapted the Shen-Hammer nomenclature to conventional pulse diagnosis language and continues to teach the method on that basis. Will discovered the compass method and was the first to publish in English on the eight extraordinary vessel and six channel pulse methods of Wang Shuhe. He completed his PhD dissertation, Pulse Diagnosis: Epistemology, Practice and Tradition in 2009. It is a synthesis of conventional, canonical and family lineage forms of practice that is deconstructed in terms of how clinical knowledge is built.
Saturday & Sunday, September 28-29, 2013
Classroom E1 at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine (4701 West Gate Blvd, Austin, TX 78745)