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Ishizaka Ryu Basic Training

  • 05 Mar 2017
  • 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • 47-A Orange St. Asheville NC 28801

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Ishizaka Ryu Basic Training
5 CEUs (NCALB Approved)

Naoki Kubota, A.P., LAc., Dipl.Ac.

This class will provide an introduction to Ishizaka Ryu:  Traditional Japanese Acupuncture.  This class will review the history and modern application of this type of acupuncture for pain relief. Diagnosis and treatment using Ishizaka Ryu techniques will be demonstrated and hands on training provided.  

Learning Objectives:

  • Present an overview of Japanese Acupuncture and History
  • Introduction to the history and unique history of Ishizaka Ryu acupuncture
  • Exploration of diagnosis and treatment methods of Ishizaka Ryu
  • Discussion, demonstration, and hands on training in the fundamental techniques of Ishizaka Ryu acupuncture.

Naoki Kubota, A.P., L.Ac., Dipl.Ac. practices a traditional Japanese acupuncture which is his painless self-developed technique of Kubota Zone Acupuncture. This technique is very effective for pain control, injury, back and neck pain, age related problems (such as arthritis), headaches and various other conditions.  Over thirty years of Kubota’s work and study have gone into this combination of Oriental and Western Medicine. Kubota has achieved international recognition of his acupuncture technique and presents his creation to distinct medical groups. Kubota Zone Acupuncture is highly beneficial for preventative medicine. 

This course is free for members and $100 for non-members.

Cancellation Policy for NCAAOM Events:
One month prior to seminar date: Full refund minus $25 cancellation fee.
One month to one week prior: 60% of tuition will be refunded.
Less than one week prior or nonattendance: No refunds. 

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