Traditional Chinese medicine is a process that has been developing for years. Their acupressure techniques have been admired throughout the world. Using natural methods to make your body healthy is not so difficult if you know the use of right methodologies. This course thus provides you with the appropriate ways of Chinese acupressure. The 12 Meridians in our body have a Yuan source points near the wrists and ankles from where the vital energy of ‘zang-fu’ organs passes. The Diploma in Acupressure- Yuan Source Points will help you gain a grip on each of these points to help ease stress and aches and result in sound functioning of the zang-fu organs.Qualifying in the Certificate in Acupressure – Yuan Source Points will give you the opportunity to work in multiple job roles in the industry including independent acupressure therapist or acupressure instructor. You can enjoy a highly rewarding and financially stable choice of career, and the certification will let you quickly progress up the ladder.
The course will introduce its learners to the concepts of traditional Chinese medicine. It would begin with an introduction of the Yuan Source points and the zang-fu organs. The term ‘zang’ refers to the organs considered to be yin in nature – lung, pericardium, heart, spleen, liver and kidney – while ‘fu’ refers to the yang organs – large intestine, triple heater, small Intestine, stomach, gall bladder and bladder. “Yuan” means source or origin and refers to the source of vital energy through which the pathological changes of zang-fu organs are manifested. This course will enable candidates to locate the important source points for acupressure that regulate energy in the body, which they can use to benefit themselves as well as their clients.
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The course comes with some amazing learning opportunities. Some of them are listed as follows:
Anyone who has a passion for healing and good health maintenance can be an ideal candidate. If you are looking for a career opportunity that enables you to relieve others and bring a positive change, this course might be your choice. The course is perfect for those who are willing to work in the health and social care sector. It may help you develop a career path toward:
The course could also add-on as a plus point to your skills if you are a qualified nurse or have any other role in health care.
Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.
There will be an assessment at the end of the course. It would be an online test in form of MCQs, the results of which would be revealed immediately after test completion.
Successful candidates will be awarded a CPD accredited internationally recognised Certificate in Acupressure – Yuan Source Points upon successful completion of this course.
The course provides successful career paths into health sectors. On average, a Chinese medicine practitioner can expect to earn a minimum of £12000 in the UK (gov.uk). Moreover, a Chinese medicine practitioner could earn between $31000 to $122000 in the U.S., depending on his/her skills and experience. Learners may be able to take up jobs such as:
Annette Reilly has specialized in Neuroenergetic Kinesiology (NEK), having a great deal of knowledge in subjects like Chemistry, Biochemistry & Nutrition, Pathophysiology and Pharmacology, Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, to name but a few. She served the role of Principal of The College of Neuroenergetic Kinesiology for a period of 5 years in Ireland. Later, she also served as the chairperson of The Kinesiology Association of Ireland. Her keen interest in acupressure, nutrition and traditional Chinese medicine helped her write quite a few courses on the respective subjects for which, she has received recognition by the International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT).
|2: Requirements before Receiving Your Qualification|
|Requirements before Receiving Your Qualification||00:00:00|
|3: What is Acupressure?|
|What is Acupressure?||00:00:00|
|How to apply pressure to Acupressure Point||00:00:00|
|Key Points to Remember||00:00:00|
|4: What is Meridians?|
|What is Meridians?||00:00:00|
|The Role of the Meridians||00:00:00|
|The Meridian Clock||00:00:00|
|Key Points to Remember||00:00:00|
|Essentials before Getting Started||00:00:00|
|5: Yuan Source Points|
|What are the Yuan Source Points?||00:00:00|
|How to Begin and end an Acupressure Treatment||00:00:00|
|Treatment Protocol 01||00:00:00|
|Treatment Protocol 02||00:00:00|
|Treatment Protocol 03||00:00:00|
|Treatment Protocol 04||00:00:00|
|Treatment Protocol 05||00:00:00|
|6: Bonus Material|
|Acupressure Yuan Source Points Course Manual|
|Treatment Protocol 1 Chart||00:00:00|
|Treatment Protocol 2 Chart|
|Treatment Protocol 3 Chart|
|Treatment Protocol 4 Chart|
|Treatment Protocol 5 Chart|
|Meridian Clock & Pathways|
|Meridians & Emotions Wall Charts|
|Mock Exam : Certificate in Acupressure – Yuan Source Points||00:40:00|
|Exam : Certificate in Acupressure – Yuan Source Points||00:40:00|
|Certificate Download Guide|
|Certificate Download Guide||00:02:00|