Managing the Menopause with Acupuncture

Saturday September 19th 2020 @ 10.00am to 5.00pm £95

With Paul Johnson

This one-day course covers the main complaints and complications that women may face during the menopause. Commonly encountered symptoms are explained and explored in terms of TCM treatments with reference to both historical sources and contemporary research. This course is suitable for

  • Third year students and recent graduates who do not yet have much experience of this area
  • More experienced practitioners who may already be treating these issues but who would like to deepen their knowledge

Pre-requisites: Acupuncture third year students and graduates

Cost: £95

For more information please download the itinerary on this page or contact

Managing the Menopause Poster September 2020

Acupuncture for Fertility and IVF Support

Acupuncture for Fertility and IVF Support (AFN Accredited)
with Paul Johnson

Saturday and Sunday October 3rd and 4th 9:30 to 5:00 pm – £190

Accredited by the Acupuncture Fertility Network (AFN)

FERTILITY & IVF October 2020

This two-day seminar will review both the Western medical and TCM understanding of the menstrual cycle and will cover ways of boosting natural fertility and supporting IVF with acupuncture. It will look at troubleshooting so-called ‘unexplained’ infertility, an area where TCM can be of great benefit.

This seminar will also cover all the Western medical jargon and test results that you need to understand to be able to speak to your patients with confidence. A detailed outline of the day’s topics and an application form are in the attached document. Learning will be consolidated with case studies.

This seminar is suitable for third year students and graduates with an interest in learning more about this specialism. Acupuncture has become increasingly used to treat infertility and support IVF over the past decade and provides a large part of many acupuncturists’ income.

Attendees of this course will be eligible for membership of the Acupuncture Fertility Network.

Pre-requisites: Acupuncture third year students and graduates

Cost: £190

Bookings: For more information and to book, contact

Qigong for the five zang: strengthening the five principal organs for health and wellbeing

Saturday March 14th 10.00am – 4.00pm £60

with Peter Deadman

Drawn from Peter’s 30-year’s experience of qigong this workshop will teach core qigong body-mind-breath practices (neigong) and then show how they can be applied to movements which work on the five principal organs of the body: the lung, spleen, heart, kidney and liver.

The workshop is suitable for both beginners and experienced qigong practitioners and is ideal for acupuncturists and shiatsu practitioners with a basic understanding of Chinese medicine and the channels, although this is not necessary to benefit from the day.

A video of the neigong and the five zang practices will be made available to participants after the workshop.

Please wear loose comfortable clothing and flat soft-soled shoes. There will be a one hour lunch break.

Booking details

Suitable for students of Chinese Medicine and practitioners

There are a limited number of places on this course to ensure adequate one-to-one feedback. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Email or to check availability and payment details.

Cancellation policy:

Refunds: 100% up to 28 days prior to the seminar, 50% up to 14 days prior to the seminar. No refunds thereafter.

In case of emergency we reserve the right to cancel the workshop, in which case you would receive a full refund.