KHT: Korean Hand Therapy for Instant Pain Relief and Functional Problems

KHT: Korean Hand Therapy for Instant Pain Relief and Functional Problems
Event on 2017-10-21 09:00:00
KHT: Korean Hand Therapy for Instant Pain Relief and Functional Problems, presented by Dan Lobash, Ph.D., L.Ac. 15 NCCAOM Approved PDAs Why Learn KHT? It will allow you to begin practicing Traditional Medicine. How is this possible? KHT is based on principles of TCM. KHT can be effectively applied on the hands without needles. KHT: Korean Hand Therapy is a superb healing tool you can easily apply immediately after the seminar. It is quick to learn, fast to apply, and gives remarkable results immediately. It combines with amlli cortoh-esry smteomdalities, and also “stands alone” as a complete energetic healing system. KHT is a unique micro-system. It embodies a correspondence system (like the ear) but also includes a complete micro-meridian system. Therefore the eight extrodinary micro-meridians, front assocated points, and back transport pooints can be applied to the hand. Treatments Utilize non-invasive metal or crystal pellets, magnets, moxa, hand acupressure or micro-hand needles. Reinforcement of the practitioner’s treatment can be applied by clients to their hands between visits. Instructor: Dr Dan Lobash, Ph.D., L.Ac. is an associate of the founder, Dr Tae Woo Yoo, OMD, Ph.D. Dr Dan is an approved instructor in KHT and is a licensed acupuncturist in California and Certified nationally by NCCAOM since 1987. Dan is a graduate of the U of Minnesota, United States International University, the California Institute for Human Science and Five Branches University. Dr. Dan Lobash began his TCM career in Minneapolis in 1980 and has been the primary teacher of KHT in North America since 1992. Day 1 Learning Objectives Learn to map the body on the hands Experience the multitude of stimulator devices for hand points Detect the critical hand points for every pain and problem Combine hand treatments with other therapies Use tools to find and stimulate points under supervision Day 2 Learning Objectives Review Correspondence locations Find front and back access points for each organ Practice with various point location devices Locate Micro-meridians on self and partners Apply 8 Micro-meridian points Learn treatment patterns for common problems based on meridians and physical systems: musculoskeletal, neurological, digestive, reproductive, etc.

at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine
4701 West Gate Blvd.
Austin, United States

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