Part III: Yin-Yang and The Inner Phases: Wood within Fire - Advanced Four Needle Technique

Part III: Yin-Yang and The Inner Phases: Wood within Fire - Advanced Four Needle Technique
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    Part III, Dennis Willmont’s on the Inner Phases of the Five Phase system of acupuncture. Willmont concludes his series by discussing Advanced Four Needle Technique, specifically, how to adapt the Standard Needle Techniques of the Five Phase System (Four Needle Technique, Two Needle Technique, and One Needle Technique) to the needs of working in a clinical setting with real people who have real and complicated problems. Part of his discussion is based on complex variations of the Four Needle Technique first published by the Korean master acupuncturist Sa-am in the 16th century. Sa-am’s treatments are as relevant today as they were when he lived. Willmont discusses the principles underlying these treatments and explains how contemporary acupuncturists can modify the standard formulas to create simple or complex variations, according to our skill levels using Five Phase acupuncture.
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