New & Miscellaneous Points, Part 1

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New & Miscellaneous Points, Part 1
Jenny L. Crosby Wiemann D.C
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drcrosby@crosbychiropractic.com
4 hours of Acupuncture $60.00 $49.00

First Hour

  1. Origin of Traditional Channel Theory
  2. Extraordinary Channels – defined and explained
  3. Connecting Channels – a review of the 15 Luo Connecting points and their channels
  4. Q and A to review and recap the connecting channels

Second hour

  •  Connecting channels finished
  • Review of Connecting channels
  • Review the 14 Classical energies (6 yin, 6 yang and 2 extraordinary)

Explain the difference between connecting and divergent channels

  • Cutaneous and subcutaneous muscle channels reviewed

Third Hour

  • Review He Sea Points and Yuan Source Points

Review the 12 muscle channels and their path, function and significance

  1. Continue to review the 12 muscle channels, their path, function and significance
  2. Review the 12 cutaneous regions

Review the development of miscellaneous and new points historically

  1. Review all content to this point to ensure it is understood philosophically

Fourth hour

  1.   Review points N-HN-1 through N-HN-18
  2.   Review points N-HN-19 to N-HN-23
  3.   Review points N-HN-24 to N-HN-36
  4.   Review points N-HN-37 to N-HN-50a over the course of this hour.

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Brian McDonnell
Posted 1 week ago
Good

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Daniel Strom
Posted 1 month ago
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Jill Nelson
Posted 1 month ago
poor graphics, blurry point names , poor sound quality at times

Content is actually good but I dodn't like the mechanics of the site . It took me a while to figure out how to go back to review something I didn't have time to write down. No handouts I could have printed out.

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Ozzie Lindquist
Posted 4 months ago
Very informative

nice format and easy to follow

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Michael Peffer
Posted 8 months ago
ear points

liked it all

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Eunicedeane98
Posted 8 months ago
Great information. Well presented

Great

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Khonda Andrews
Posted 1 year ago
Kept my interest

section 13 video gibberish, hung up, had to start over. technical problem.

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antiagingdrj@gmail.com
Posted 1 year ago
Thank you

Great Course easy to follow 😉

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Thomas Green
Posted 1 year ago
thyroid points

Outstanding

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David Stewart
Posted 1 year ago
Points are good to know; however...

good info; however, so long winded, lost my attention awhile ago.

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1 thought on “New & Miscellaneous Points, Part 1

  1. Very thorough and informative. The slides were often difficult to read on my computer (larger lettering would be great).

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