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Free Webinar: Top 3 Master Tung’s Acupuncture Points

Master Tung acupoints system has gained significant momentum and popularity, emerging as one of the most esteemed acupuncture schools. It is renowned for its simplicity, ease of use, and exceptional clinical efficacy.

Free Webinar: Top 3 Master Tung’s Acupuncture Points
Free Webinar: Top 3 Master Tung’s Acupuncture Points

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Jan 12, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+1

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Course Introduction

Master Tung's Acupuncture (MTA), initially an exclusive oral tradition within the Tung family, broke new ground in 1962 when Master Tung accepted his first disciple outside the family in Taipei. In 1973, he published his seminal work, 'Dong Shi Zhen Jiu Zheng Jing Qi Xue Xue' (董氏针灸正经奇穴学), translated as 'Tung’s Extraordinary Acupoints on Ordinary Channels'. This publication, a culmination of his extensive experience, marked the beginning of wider teaching efforts. Since then, the Master Tung acupoints system has gained significant momentum and popularity, emerging as one of the most esteemed acupuncture schools. It is renowned for its simplicity, ease of use, and exceptional clinical efficacy.

2. Why should we learn MTA?

MTA offers a distinctive learning opportunity because it:

  1. Provides a unique perspective on acupoint identification, diverging from the traditional meridian-based approach, as seen in the early acupuncture classic 'Huang Di Ming Tang Jing' (Yellow Emperor's Bright Hall Classic) circa 138 BC-106 AD.
  2. Directly targets specific organs, tissues, and pathogens, with acupoints such as the ovary point, liver gate, and brain, and the San Chong - Three Levels for tumors caused by Qi stagnation, phlegm, and blood stasis.
  3. Demonstrates strong effects by selecting 2 or 3 acupoints simultaneously within the same area, like Si Ma – Three Horses for various lung diseases, and Xia San Huang – Lower Three Emperors for kidney deficiency disorders.
  4. Employs a minimalistic approach, typically involving acupoints in two regions, combined according to the Sheng-Ke i.e. generating and overcoming, theory of the five elements.
  5. Utilizes strategically located points between channels, enabling one point to regulate two channels.

Therefore, MTA points are particularly effective in treating pain, chronic organ disorders, and a range of conditions including asthma, Bi-syndrome, and gynecological disorders, often involving a combination of deficiency and excess.

3. What will you learn?

The upcoming 1-hour free webinar will cover:

  • A brief introduction to MTA: its history and key characteristics.
  • An exploration of three MTA acupoints, including Ling Gu and Da Bai, Xia San Huang - Lower Three Emperors, and Si Ma - Three Horses.
4. Who can Join?

This webinar is open to anyone with an interest in acupuncture, particularly those keen on exploring MTA. Whether you are new to the field or an experienced practitioner looking to broaden your knowledge, this session promises valuable insights into this distinctive acupuncture style.

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