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NeoClassical Pulse Diagnosis

5 Day Neoclassical Pulse training with Dr. Will Morris

August 6-10 2020

5 ‘Day pulse training with Will Morris

This course uses  Acutonics® to treat the Eight Extraordinary Vessels (8EV). The work is based on Han Dynasty methods of Chinese medicine which have historically been used for manual therapeutics, herbs and acupuncture. It is based on the book, Eight Extraordinary Vessels: Treating Shock and Trauma.

This is a focused 8EV method, related to the assessment, and transformation around family karmas as discovered through pulse assessment and applications of tuning forks.

Participants will use pulse diagnosis to choose one or more of the eight extraordinary vessels (8EV). The pulse provides direct feedback as to which vessel the body is using to compensate for life events.

Planetary archetypes are used to make decisions about selection of tuning forks relevant to the client’s concerns. The choice of tuning forks is also performed according to the research of Stanislov Grof and Richard Tarnis on birth trauma.

8EV are often treated using opening and balance points. This class focuses on using the pulse with vessel palpation to confirm the selection of the vessel to be treated. This allows the practitioner to assess the client’s adaptive response to the events in their life in terms of the 8EV. Then, evaluation of the treatment response is executed using the same methods.

Acutonics students receive credit for:

Acutonics Elective: 8 EV Pulses; Treating shock and trauma + 24 Clinic Hours

Tuition $875

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5% GST added to all classes

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Neo-Classical Pulse Diagnosis Trainings with Dr. Will Morris:

Given an array of pulse methods available, it becomes important, to develop a thought process for selecting any particular pulse diagnosis tool. NeoClassical pulse diagnosis employs a few approaches to organizing the inquiry. In this build, a sense of dimensionality and size are the basis for organizing inquiry. The following list goes from the big picture to the smallest features taking place inside the wave.

  1. Carotid‐Radial ratio (Renying‐Cunkuo)
  2. 8 extraordinary vessels
  3. 6 channels
  4. Positions
  5. Directions (Compass method)
  6. 5 depths
  7. Wave

Available Programs:

Five Agents and the Pulse 48hrs

  1. Nan Jing Chapter 1
  2. Five agent pulses per position
  3. Five agent pulses per season
  4. Five agents acupuncture technique
  5. Five Depths
  6. Five divisions of the wave
  7. Five spirits, their locations and applications

Learners will able to:

  1. Use the appropriate technique
  2. Discuss the general concept of Chapter 1 as an extender to other positions
  3. Identify five fundamental pulses
  4. Identify and apply the five depths
  5. Analyze a pulse wave using five agents
  6. Apply the five agents as a tool for treating shen, hun, po, zhi and yi

Eight extraordinary vessel pulses 48hrs

  1. History and Chapter 10 of the Pulse Classic
  2. Theoretical basis
  3. Technique
  4. Applications
  5. Acupuncture methods
  6. Herbal prescriptions
  7. 8EV for ancestral patterns
  8. Birth trauma and the 8EV

Learners will able to:

  1. Discuss the numerical and philosophical bases of the 8EV
  2. Use the appropriate technique
  3. Discuss and apply various methods of 8EV application
  4. Discuss, assess and prescribe herbs for the 8EV
  5. Experience states connected to the 8EV
  6. Practice Qi Gung of the 8ev

Six Division Pulses of Wang Shu He 48hrs

  1. History and Chapter 10 of the Pulse Classic
  2. Theoretical basis
  3. Technique
  4. Applications
  5. Acupuncture methods including that of Dong
  6. Build treatment with interior‐exterior method

g. Build treatment with branching method Learners will able to:

  1. Discuss the numerical and philosophical bases of the 6 Divisions
  2. Discuss the existential and physical features of the 6 Divisions
  3. View the channels as a 6 base numerical division
  4. Palpate channels as a tool for assessment
  5. Apply the interior‐exterior concept as a balance method
  6. Apply branching concept
  7. Triangulate branching and interior‐exterior concepts
  8. Use 6 Divisional pulses as a tool for informing Master Dong style acupuncture

CarotidRadial Ratio Pulses and Divergent Channels 8hrs

  1. History
  2. Technique
  3. Applications
  4. Acupuncture methods
  5. Herbal treatment of the divergent channels
  6. Assessment and treatment of latent pathogens
  7. Acupuncture techniques for the divergent channels

Learners will able to:

  1. Discuss the historical and classical location of the Carotid‐Radial ratio
  2. Apply good technique for the Carotid Radial assessment
  3. Apply additional pulse techniques for latent pathogens
  4. Write herbal formulas pertinent to divergent channels
  5. Apply acupuncture techniques for divergent channels

Ding Family Tradition Pulse Methods 816hrs

  1. Unique qualities to the Ding tradition
  2. Shen’s Systems model and herbal strategies
  3. Anatomical pulse methods of the Ding
  4. Technique as a lens

Learners will able to:

  1. Discuss the historical basis of family lineage transmission
  2. Identify unique pulses of the Ding family tradition
  3. Identify the unique positions of the Ding family tradition
  4. Apply the Shen systems model
  5. Analyze Shen’s formulas for the systems model

Heart and Circulatory System: Assessment and Treatment 4–8 Hrs

  1. Sublingual assessment of veins and venules
  2. Assessment of the lower eyelid intima
  3. Pulse findings that demonstrate heart and circulation
  4. Shock as etiology
  5. Blood pressure patterns in TCM and herbal medicine a. 8 parameters
    b. Assessment of arterial and venous conditions c. Extracellular matrix
  6. Bleeding techniques
  7. Identifying and treating the center of pathology in circulatory pathology Learners will able to:
    1. Provide compelling reports of findings
    2. Apply the heart and circulatory concepts in overall health concerns
    3. Use the blood pressure to understand the veinous and arterial blood distribution
    4. Combine pulse with blood pressure to localize organ contribution to coculatory conditions
    5. Apply acupuncture and herbal techniques to circulatory conditions

Other topics available

  •   Ying Qi and Wei Qi Cycles and Their Assessment
  •   Dermatology and Herbal Medicine
  •   Treatment of Trauma and Shock with herbs and acupuncture
  •   Ecopsychosocial model for Shang Han Za Bing Lun
  •   Daoist Evolutionary Concepts and Chinese Medicine
  •   Sound and Vibrational Healing Methods