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About Japanese Acupuncture and the Program:

Japanese style acupuncture has long been revered for its gentle needling,
precise approach and highly effective clinical results. Whether you are a
seasoned practitioner or new to the field of acupuncture, this program will
provide you the opportunity to fully immerse in this very refined system
of acupuncture which is rapidly gaining popularity in the world as patients
and clinicians alike awaken to the allure of this subtle yet very potent
method of healing.

 

Situated in the renowned historic spiritual city of Kyoto steeped in temples
and inordinate charm, this program is designed to greatly enrich and polish
the senses while developing and refining the acupuncturist’s skills and
technique of reading the body and working with subtle energy. You will learn
a broad spectrum of healing approaches and come away with skills you can readily apply in your practice and achieve lasting clinical results. The learning format consists of lecture, observation and practical experience with teacher feedback. Expect to learn a lot and greatly broaden your perspective while
laying a solid foundation for your future as a clinician.

Sight-Seeing:

Among the world’s most popular destinations for travel and sight-seeing,
Japan’s historic capital of Kyoto lends itself to exploration of a most unique collision of ancient and modern worlds. Home to over 1600 classical Buddhist temples and thousands of traditional restaurants, Kyoto is famed for its world-class tourism in destination districts such as Gion, Philosopher’s Path,and modern Downtown.

On day 4 of the program we will embark on a sight-seeing adventure to Ryosoku-In, an ancient Zen Buddhist Temple complex filled with beautiful gardens and treasures of Japanese Art. Here we will have an authentic Zazen (Zen Meditation) experience guided by the temple’s head monk, as well as indulge in a vegan multi-course lunch. Afterward, we will venture to Kyoto’s Arashiyama area and tour several temples, wind our way down a beautiful old-world street where we can shop at boutiques featuring local craftsmanship, and stroll through the famous bamboo forest.

Venue:         

Seminars will take place in the prime area of Kyoto, close from Kyoto Station, Gion, Kiyomizu Temple, Fushimi Inari Shrine and more. We'll have an exclusive usage of the event room at Ueda Honsha Company in Gojo. There are many shops and restaurants around to entertain you.

Accommodations:           

TBD - We are currently working very hard to find the hotel near the seminar venue that is close to everything and convenient. We'll secure rooms and make reservations on behalf of all participants. Each participants can take care of all accommodation fee at the time of check-out. 

Meals:  

The grand Welcome Dinner, a multi-course traditional Japanese dining
experience, is included in the seminar fee. A full daily breakfast (featuring authentic Japanese and Western cuisine) is included with your stay at
Eminence Hotel. Depending on your palate and preference, lunch meals
average $5 - $8, sightseeing day lunch meal averages $30, and dinner meals average $15 -$30 per person.

 

Travel:

Getting around Japan is very safe and relatively easy. Travelers are advised
to bring a phrase book or download some translation Apps for your
Smartphone, and to have cash on hand in case you need to take a taxi
as they are not always equipped to accept credit cards.

 

WHEN:

Monday, March 23rd – Sunday, March 29th, 2020.

Plan to arrive early to make sure you are able to attend the Orientation Meeting at 9am on March 23rd. It is best to arrive a day or more in advance
if possible to allow time for travel, settling in and adjusting to the time difference. Everyone will stay through the end of the seminar on Sunday, March 29th and plan their departure for anytime thereafter.

SEMINAR FEES AND DEADLINES FOR REGISTRATION:

Early Bird Special:

Practitioners   $1895

Students          $1795   

Application and $500 Deposit by October 31st, 2019
Deposit Refund Deadline: November 30th, 2019*
Due Date for Remainder of Payment: December 15th, 2019      

Refund Deadline: December 31st, 2019*

 

Regular Registration:

Practitioners   $1995

Students          $1895 

Application and $500 Deposit by November 30th, 2019
Deposit Refund Deadline: December 15th, 2019*        
Due Date for Remainder of Payment: December 30th, 2019    

Refund Deadline: December 31st, 2019*
 

*Refunds will not be issued after the listed refund date.

*Cancellation of tour if minimum of 10 participants is not met by 12/31/2019.

 

Wait List: Space is limited. In the event that you are wait-listed,
full payment will be due at the time an opening becomes available.

 

NOT included in pricing are airfare, hotel, transportation, meals, travel insurance and personal costs. These are additional expenses that are to be arranged by each individual traveler. (Many participants like to take the opportunity to tour around the beautiful country of Japan outside the dates of the program and this enables them the flexibility to do so at their leisure.)

The total approximated cost of the trip, projected depending on individual needs and expenses:

COSTS:

  • Seminar Fee: $1795 - $1995 (please see above)

  • Airfare: approximately $850 - $1200 from LAX, other departure cities/countries vary.

  • Accommodations: TBD
    Average 10,000 yen - 12,000 yen per person

  • Travel Insurance: varies by individual, $30 - $100

  • Sightseeing day travel, lunch and entrance fees - approx. 5000 yen

  • Meals: averaging 2500 yen per person per day

 

Total Average Cost: $4000 -$4500
(not including personal expenses)

To begin the registration process, download the application here

and email it to: japanacupuncturetour@gmail.com

 
 

Hajime Nakane

 

Nakane-sensei is a direct disciple of the master, Akizo Okada, specializing in Meridian Therapy style acupuncture. He is an author and lecturer, and has a private practice in Kyoto, Japan.

 

Takeshi Ide

Ide sensei is a vice-chair of Shiga prefecture Acupuncture Association and specializes in very unique Ink Moxibution and pediatric acupuncture. Ide sensei will teach non-invasive contact needling (Sesshioku Shin) techniques along with Shoni-shin treatment methods.

Masao Togasaki

 

Togasaki-sensei is a pharmacist and master acupuncturist with over 40 years of clinical experience. He is Vice Chair of the Japan Traditional Acupuncture and Moxibustion Society and has served as faculty at Tokyo Shinkyu College of Oriental Medicine for 27 years. Togasaki-sensei has multiple publications on palpation, identification and diagnosis of "Tsubo (acupuncture point)" for effective treatment.

Shigehisa Adachi

Adachi-sensei is a young master in Japanese Acupuncture who is a practitioner, a teacher and researcher. At his private practice, he specializes in supporting fertility, pregnancy and child care with Shoni Shin.

He'll teach Qi Kou Nine Ways Pulse Diagnosis.

Yoko Ooasa

Ooasa-sensei is an Academic Dean at
Shikoku Medical College. She is a teacher
and lecturer who specializes in Japanese
style Facial Rejuvenation acupuncture.

 

Yoshikiyo, Okawa

Okawa-sensei is an acupuncturist and a teacher for over 3 decades. He specializes in Sugiyama style needling who is the inventor of the Guide Tube Needling method in Edo period. He'll be teaching Da-Shin Jutsu, the Hammer Needling Method.