Course of 7 seminars that covers deeply and in detail the most technical aspects of Japanese moxibustion in its different expressions. From 0 to 100 in moxibustion. This is a unique formation in the world because the formative journey is intense, detailed and profound. It is an opportunity to understand the real therapeutic value of moxibustion to its full potential. In this course, moxibustion is treated as a therapeutic option at the same level as acupuncture. For those who want to be Moxibusters in capital letters.
Japanese moxibustion contains a wide variety of techniques that allow a great adaptation to the uniqueness of each person suffering from health disorders. The professionals who practice this specialty are characterized by a remarkable ability to palpate and listen to the body.
Dates : (2018) 20-21/10, 10-11/11, 15-16/12
(2019) 19-20/1, 16-17/2, 16-17/3, 13-14/4
This course is designed as an evolutionary training, in which progressively the student will acquire new technical skills to each new seminar until they can be applied in the context of each specific style.
Each of the TEACHING UNITS is developed in a different seminar. The seminars are interconnected with each other. Total hours 91.
TEACHING UNIT I
Introduction to Japanese moxibustion
Mogusa (types, uses, qualities)
Precautions and contraindications
Direct Technique I (Tonetsukyu)
Indirect technique I (Chinetsukyu)
TEACHING UNIT II
Points of application in moxibustion. The living point.
Direct Technique II (Tonetsukyu)
* Indirect technique II (Ontake)
TEACHING UNIT III
Fascia and moxa.
Direct technique III (Tonetsukyu)
Suction cups and moxa (with Carine Van der Moortel).
* TEACHING UNIT IV
Direct technique IV (Fukaya cones)
Fukaya style (BASIC)
Rules of style
Protocol in style (Root and branch)
Treatments and points of Fukaya
Josetsu-ho (bent rope technique)
TEACHING UNIT V
Kinseikyu (moxibustion and posture)
TEACHING UNIT VI
Indirect technique III (Shiokyu, Bokyu, Shogakyu)
TEACHING UNIT VII
Clinical integration of the techniques
Practical clinical cases
* NOTE: The teaching unit IV is an open seminar to other persons not participating in the Advanced Course.
Teacher: Felip Caudet