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Hands-On Courses

Introduction to Equine or Small Animal Acupressure - Littleton, CO - September 12-13, 2015 North America

The Introductory course offers you the ability to perform a complete acupressure session protocol and gives you an understanding of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) concepts and theories underlying acupressure. Specific theory and hands on practice study includes:
•  Yin/ Yang and 5-Element Theories
•  4 - Examinations - Demonstration and practice
•  Acupressure protocol - Opening, Point work and Closing techniques
•  Association points - location, assessment and energetics
•  Source points - location, assessment and energetics
•  Acupressure session, assessment, point selection &  practice
•  Case studies
•  Class manual covering all of the above and more

Since Acupressure is based on TCM, we will explore this ancient science and guide you in learning how to help your animals feel their best.
Students studying either Equine or Small Animal Acupressure may attend this course.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Class times: Approximately 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day.

NOTE: This class has 1 Equine spot left. If you are interested in Small Animal, please email us at tallgrass@animalacupressure.com to be added to the waiting list.
Price $395.00
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Small Animal or Equine Meridians & Specific Conditions - Littleton CO - September 14-17, 2015 North America

This 4-day hands-on class follows the categorization of the Five-Element Theory, and offers greater depth regarding the types of physical and psychological issues presented when meridians are not in balance.
Specific theory and hands on practice study includes:
•  5-Element Theory and use of Correspondence Chart
•  Meridian system overview
•  In-depth study of each of the 5 elements and their associated meridians
•  Location, flow, function, and attributes of each of the 12 major meridians and 2 extraordinary vessels
•  Common physical and emotional issues associated with each of the elements and meridians
•  Acupoints that can benefit these issues; their location, energetics and reinforcement of acupressure protocol and techniques
•  Further use of Association points and addition of Alarm points
•  Case studies
•  Class manual covering all of the above and more
NOTE: Prerequisite is the hands on class, Introduction to Acupressure. This course is required for the Training Program.
Class times: Approximately 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day.

NOTE: This class has 1 Equine spot left. If you are interested in Small Animal, please email us at tallgrass@animalacupressure.com to be added to the waiting list.
Price $750.00
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Introduction to Small Animal Acupressure - N Canton, OH - October 3-4, 2015 North America

The Introductory course offers you the ability to perform a complete acupressure session protocol and gives you an understanding of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) concepts and theories underlying acupressure. Specific theory and hands on practice study includes:
•  Yin/ Yang and 5-Element Theories
•  4 - Examinations - Demonstration and practice
•  Acupressure protocol - Opening, Point work and Closing techniques
•  Association points - location, assessment and energetics
•  Source points - location, assessment and energetics
•  Acupressure session, assessment, point selection &  practice
•  Case studies
•  Class manual covering all of the above and more

Since Acupressure is based on TCM, we will explore this ancient science and guide you in learning how to help your animals feel their best.
Students studying Small Animal Acupressure may attend this course.
There are no prerequisites for this course.

Class times: Approximately 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day.
NOTE: This class is filled . If you would like to be added to the class wait list, please email us at tallgrass@animalacupressure.com
Price $395.00
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Introduction to Equine Acupressure - Marston Mills (near Hyannis), MA - Oct 17-18, 2015 North America

The Introductory course offers you the ability to perform a complete acupressure session protocol and gives you an understanding of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) concepts and theories underlying acupressure. Specific theory and hands on practice study includes:
•  Yin/ Yang and 5-Element Theories
•  4 - Examinations - Demonstration and practice
•  Acupressure protocol - Opening, Point work and Closing techniques
•  Association points - location, assessment and energetics
•  Source points - location, assessment and energetics
•  Acupressure session, assessment, point selection &  practice
•  Case studies
•  Class manual covering all of the above and more
Since Acupressure is based on TCM, we will explore this ancient science and guide you in learning how to help your animals feel their best.
Students studying Equine Acupressure may attend this course.
There are no prerequisites for this course.

Class times: Approximately 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day.

NOTE: This class is filled . If you would like to be added to the class wait list, please email us at tallgrass@animalacupressure.com
Price $395.00
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Introduction to Equine Acupressure - Woodstock, IL (near Chicago) - April 30 - May 1, 2016 North America

The Introductory course offers you the ability to perform a complete acupressure session protocol and gives you an understanding of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) concepts and theories underlying acupressure. Specific theory and hands on practice study includes:
•  Yin/ Yang and 5-Element Theories
•  4 - Examinations - Demonstration and practice
•  Acupressure protocol - Opening, Point work and Closing techniques
•  Association points - location, assessment and energetics
•  Source points - location, assessment and energetics
•  Acupressure session, assessment, point selection &  practice
•  Case studies
•  Class manual covering all of the above and more
Since Acupressure is based on TCM, we will explore this ancient science and guide you in learning how to help your animals feel their best.
Students studying Equine Acupressure may attend this course.
There are no prerequisites for this course.

Class times: Approximately 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day.
Price $395.00
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Introduction to Equine or Small Animal Acupressure - Littleton, CO - June 11 & 12, 2016 North America

The Introductory course offers you the ability to perform a complete acupressure session protocol and gives you an understanding of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) concepts and theories underlying acupressure. Specific theory and hands on practice study includes:
•  Yin/ Yang and 5-Element Theories
•  4 - Examinations - Demonstration and practice
•  Acupressure protocol - Opening, Point work and Closing techniques
•  Association points - location, assessment and energetics
•  Source points - location, assessment and energetics
•  Acupressure session, assessment, point selection &  practice
•  Case studies
•  Class manual covering all of the above and more
Since Acupressure is based on TCM, we will explore this ancient science and guide you in learning how to help your animals feel their best.
Students studying either Equine or Small Animal Acupressure may attend this course.
There are no prerequisites for this course.

Class times: Approximately 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day.
Price $395.00
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Small Animal or Equine Meridians & Specific Conditions - Littleton CO - June 13-16, 2016 North America

This 4-day hands-on class follows the categorization of the Five-Element Theory, and offers greater depth regarding the types of physical and psychological issues presented when meridians are not in balance.
Specific theory and hands on practice study includes:
• 5-Element Theory and use of Correspondence Chart
• Meridian system overview
• In-depth study of each of the 5 elements and their associated  meridians
• Location, flow, function, and attributes of each of the 12 major meridians and 2 extraordinary vessels
• Common physical and emotional issues associated with each of the elements and meridians
• Acupoints that can benefit these issues; their location, energetics and reinforcement of acupressure protocol and techniques
• Further use of Association points and addition of Alarm points
• Case studies
• Class manual covering all of the above and more
 
NOTE: Prerequisite is the hands on class, Introduction to Acupressure. This course is required for the Training Program.
Class times: Approximately 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day.
 

Price $750.00
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Tui Na - Level 1, The Original Chinese Meridian Massage - Equine or Canine - Woodstock, IL - Oct 22 & 23, 2016 North America

Tui Na regulates meridians, promotes circulation of chi and blood, and strengthens the immune system. These techniques can be applied in musculoskeletal conditions, arthritis, peripheral nerve disorders, wei syndrome (wasting and weakness), and improves the functions of the zang-fu organs or internal organs. This course covers the basic hand and body techniques and their application for animals. Some of these techniques include Gun Fa or rolling or ,Yi Zhi Chan Tui Fa or finger pushing, Tui Fa or pushing, Rou Fa or kneading, An Fa or pressing, Ya Fa or compressing, Na Fa or grasping, and more.
Participants receive instructions on how to prepare for the Tui Na courses a month prior to the class. Participant will want to make or purchase their own "rice bag” for their practice sessions. Instructions for the course includes a detailed description and the dimension of the rice bag. Preparatory readings are included with the instructions as well.

NOTE: The prerequisites for this course are successful completion of the Tallgrass online classes, Overview of TCM and Meridian Theory.
Price $375.00
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