LESSON PLAN

 

     Lesson I    a) A history of acupuncture in Brief.  Traditional and modern theories of

                              acupuncture points, meridians and mechanism of acupuncture.

                              b) Teaching of about energy.

 

           Lesson II   Some aspects of ancient eastern philosophy:

                              Yin – Yang theory / The “Five elements” theory (U – sin)

 

          Lesson III   Methodical bases of acupuncture.

                          

          Lesson IV  Principles of deducing the indications for acupuncture points.

                              Acupuncture meridians (L, Li). Practice.

 

          Lesson V   Acupuncture meridians (S, Sp, H). Practice.

 

          Lesson VI   Acupuncture meridians (Si, Bl, K). Practice.

 

          Lesson VII Acupuncture meridians (P, Sj, G). Practice.

 

          Lesson VIII Acupuncture meridians (Liv, Du, Ren). Practice.

 

          Lesson IX   a)“Extra Meridians” (E.M).

                               b) Most important points of acupuncture. Table of specific points.

 

          Lesson  X   a) Ancient eastern rules, used in acupuncture.

                               b) Ancient eastern and modern diagnostics. Questionnaire.

                               c) Types of the influence in acupuncture.

 

          Lesson XI   Principle of combining acupuncture points.

 

          Lesson XII  Rules of putting together individual prescription of acupuncture points.

                                Prescription table.

 

          Lesson XIII Practice on the compilation of an individual prescription of acupuncture  

                                points.

 

         Lesson XIV  Practice on the compilation of an individual prescription of acupuncture  

                                points.

 

 

                                                                        

 

 

 

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