April 24 - May 1, 2020
• Advanced herbal decoctions and preservations Dried powdered extracts
• Salves, body butters, lotions Therapeutic gomasio’s
• Herbal teaqills and fluid extracts Herbal beers and meads
• Deep decoctions (preserved decoctions) Fermented herbal jams and sauerkrauts
• Advanced tinctures: the percolation method Tincture formulation, solvents and chemical constituents
• Hand and foot reflexology Pao Zhi: processing herbal medicinals
• Acupuncture points to know and use Herbal steams, compresses and fomentations
• Channel massage and meridian pathways GMP regulations and compliance
• Location and detail of 12 acupuncture meridians Ayurvedic churna, avarasa, ksira paka, avaieha, taila, ghrta, oils & draksharishta
What is the Medicine Making & Meridian Therapy Track About?
This track is a hands-on experiential series of classes that emphasizes medicine making and preparations along with body therapies, tools and techniques.
Who should take the Medicine Making & Meridian Therapy Track?
This track is best for those who have attended the Foundation Track or who already have TCM experience. Class size is limited. Come for a week at the spa!
It is especially useful for those who have completed the Foundation or Intermediate Tracks of the East West Seminar who aren’t prepared yet or ready to participate in their next tracks. As well, those who have completed the Advanced Track of the seminar and are preparing for the EWCH program will find this track a perfect adjunct to their practice by increasing skills for preparing medicines and learning therapies to assist their herbal treatments. It is also perfect for practitioners who desire to hone or augment their current tool set. This track is also open to those who are interested in learning medicine making and meridian therapies but who have not yet attended any of the East West seminars.
Why would I take the Medicine Making & Meridian Therapy Track instead of the Foundation Track?
The Medicine Making & Body Therapy Track is NOT a substitute for the Foundation Track as they cover very different material. Anyone desiring to learn herbal medicine should take the Foundation Track as this teaches an energetic model for assessing illness and client conditions along with the energetics of herbs and how to use them accordingly.
What does the Medicine Making & Meridian Therapy Track teach?
This track includes specialty classes with special guest teachers along with the following:
- Channel massage and meridian pathways
- Location and detail of the 12 acupuncture meridians
- Acupuncture points to know and use
- Hand and foot reflexology
- Ear Seeding
- Advanced herbal decoctions and preservation
- Svarasa, churna, avaleha, draksharishta, and oils
- Advanced Tinctures: the percolation method
- GMP regulations
- Dried powdered extracts, electuaries and oxymels
- Herbal beers & meads
- Fermented herbal jams and sauerkrauts
- Chinese Pao Zhi preparations
- Herbal steams, compresses and fomentations
- Ayurvedic oils
- Deep decoctions (preserved decoctions)
- Herbal teapills and fluid extracts
- Salves, body butters, lotions
- Therapeutic gomasios
Legalities & Disclaimer
The Medicine Making & Meridian Therapy Track contains periodic modalities that touch the body. Students who participate in this track acknowledge and agree to be physically touched as well as to physically touch other students. Further, students in this track realize that the authority to physically touch others in a therapeutic session may fall under the purview of licensure in their own states. The East West School of Planetary Herbology assumes no responsibility for any types of injuries incurred while participating in the East West Seminar, including but not limited to bruises, burns, scratches, indentations, embarrassment, and other physical or emotional markings.
Register Now: Pay the THERAPIES Track Deposit Here
- Pay the Deposit online
- choose THERAPIES TRACK