Jade Mountain Chi Nei Tsang (JMCNT) Internal Organ Massage Seminar-Workshop

Jade Mountain Chi Nei Tsang (JMCNT) Internal Organ Massage Seminar-Workshop

The Philippine Academy of Acupuncture, Inc. (PAAI) invites you to a seminar on Jade Mountain Chi Nei Tsang (JMCNT) Internal Organ Massage with Sifu Rene Navarro on September 1 and 2, 2012.

Workshop participants will learn the basic diagnostics and treatment of abdominal massage, clearing of the organ channels, Opening  the Wind Gates,  manipulating the Colon, Liver, Stomach, Spleen, Kidneys,  Pancreas, Lungs, and detoxifying the Hara.

Sifu Rene Navarro will also cover 3 Breaths, Inner Smile,  6 Healing Sounds, Qigong and Zhan Zhuang and classical 5 Elements.

Rene J. Navarro, Dipl. Ac., NCCAOM (National Commission for Certification in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) is a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, martial artist, healer, writer, poet and internationally known teacher. He is one of the earliest instructors of the Healing Tao and Chi Nei Tsang founded by Mantak Chia. He wrote “The Greatest Enlightenment of Kan and Li”, and edited “Sealing of the Five Senses”, manuals in the high Taoist spiritual practice of internal Alchemy, “Chi Nei Tsang Internal Organs Chi Massage,” the master guide on abdominal manipulation, and “Dao-In” the book on meridian activation and muscle stretching.

Rene holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political science, and a Bachelor of Law, a diploma in acupuncture and a certificate in classical Chinese herbs from the New England School of Acupuncture in Boston, MA. He has taught in four continents.

Seminar details:

Venue:  Religious of the Good Shepherd Convent (RGS), Heart of Mary Villa Conference Hall, 1043 Aurora Blvd., Quezon City. This is beside St.  Bridget’s School and the Katipunan LRT station.

Training Fee: P 6,500 regular fee.

Early bird fee is P 5,000 only if paid on or before August 15, 2012. Training fees include handouts only.

Attire: Please wear comfortable clothes and foot wear. Bring a towel, malong, powder and massage oil.

Schedule: September 1, Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m
September 2, Sunday     9:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Participants will have to provide for their own snacks and lunch. Food can be ordered for delivery from restaurants in the Katipunan area.

PAAI will only accommodate 30 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. They will work in pairs during the practicum.

For reservations, please contact Ms. Sinag Cuasay at PLDT mobile landline Tel. 4254247, mobile number +639336360908, or email sinagcuasay@yahoo.com.

Assure your slot by depositing the full amount to PAAI BPI Loyola Katipunan branch Savings Account Number 3083-7065-88.

Please bring your deposit slip on September 1.

The Philippine Academy of Acupuncture, Inc. (PAAI) is a non-stock, non-profit organization.  It engages in fund generation and resource mobilization activities to finance its projects and activities. The organization aims: to promote and develop quality education, training, and research in TCM acupuncture; to improve professional quality for TCM acupuncture practice; to promote the science of  TCM acupuncture; to support grassroots endeavours in the practice of TCM acupuncture; and to ensure the integration of acupuncture and TCM into the Philippine health care system.

Executive Committee Members: President-Dr. Jaime Galvez-Tan, Vice President:Dr. Alfonso Lagaya, Secretary:Dr. Tess Umipig, Treasurer: Janet P.Paredes, Auditor: Dr. Jennifer Madamba.

Board Members: Dr. Rosalinda Maglana, Dr. Francis Ras, George Facsoy, Dr. Tan Cho Chiong

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