Meridians Seminar

Instructor
Alan Nash
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Course Description

Required part of the N.S.K.S. Shiatsu diploma course. Accredited at hbo level.
Costs:  € 185,– per meridians weekend | Course dates 2020:  15th & 16th of August | Instructor Alan Nash |

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The medidian seminar is intended to further enhance and deepen your existing knowledge of the meridian system and theory.

The meridian system includes coupling points for all 20 meridians (both the 12 principal meridians and the 8 extra (curious) meridians. The approach is different for the 8 curious vessels. Connection points (raki) (Luo), lower uniting points and and when to use them. Approach for organs connected to 8 extra meridians (Uterus, brain and blood - among other processes). Five element connection points with explanation and practice. Expanded course book in English and Dutch to take home with you for reference. You will be working with different partners for 2 days to acquire comparative knowledge. Ideal as mandatory extra seminar for you. Professional association requirements and, in the Netherlands, ECT points for your HBO qualification.

This seminar is for all therapists and teachers, except diploma course students of level 1, because both practical and theoretical knowledge of the meridians is required.

This seminar will also be of value to (postgraduate) students from outside the school.

About Instructor

  • Alan Nash

    Alan Nash was born in London on May 14, 1946 and came to the Netherlands in 1979 as a computer expert. He chose a different path and followed a study "Bio-metabolism European Laboratory for Nutrition and Nutrients" with Professor Drs. E.F. Vogelaar and Shiatsu training at Yoshinori Miyashita in Amsterdam. He then studied traditional oriental medicine and diagnostics under Yuichi Kawada Sensei and Kazunori Sasaki. He graduated cum laude and founded the Dutch School for Classical Shiatsu. In the years that followed, Alan specialized in treating patients who cannot be helped within mainstream medicine.
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