Aug
11
Aug 13

Acupuncture and Manual Medicine

Doctor Dann will continue teaching his Japanese Structural Alignment system; adding advanced Sotai techniques for the cervical and thoracic areas to the subtle needling and direct moxibusion that has been practiced throughout the entirety of the program. Dr Dann will also present some applications to integrating acupuncture with Jean-Paul Barral's theories and approach to the Visceral System. Refining meridian and point palpation/selection according to fascial restriction and lymphatic flow will be explored. This course will expand the practitioners view and treatment of structural and visceral imbalances while continuing to maintain a foundation in the classics.

Sep
15
Sep 17

The Essence of Acupuncture: Beyond Technique

This course will be culmination of the Traditional Japanese Acupuncture program. It will provide the opportunity for refinement and reflection of all that was taught throughout the previous eleven modules. Bob will also discuss the more nebulous factors that take one from being a tactician to a full- fledged expert. Self cultivation practices to enhance sensitivity, awareness, energy and skill will be taught and practiced. The module will help the participants find out how they can best utilize Traditional Japanese Acupuncture in the way that best serves them in the type of practice they have and the type of practitioner they want to be.

Sep
17
9:00 am09:00

Tui Na for Children

Instructor: Frances Goodwin, L.Ac

Live Onsite in New York

September 17th, 2017 9:00am-5:30pm

7.5 PDA/CEUs (pending) NCCAOM & 7 NY State Massage CEUs

Location: 110 William St. 19th floor

Oct
14
Oct 15

MaMassage® Pre-Natal Massage

MaMassage® Prenatal Massage Therapy training:
The next session at PCOM-NY (110 William St. NY, NY 19th FL) will be held on:
OCTOBER 14TH-15TH 2017

NYS 24 Approved Continuing Education Units for LMTs (4 hours of pre-class preparation, 16 classroom hours, 4 clinical hours to be completed after the training within a specified time period)
16 NCBTMB Units Approved
MaMassage® Prenatal Massage Therapy Certification (exam required)

Oct
29
9:00 am09:00

Ophthalmology & Natural Vision Therapy for Acupuncturists


Natural vision therapy views the eye and vision as parts of a holistic full body system, that has connections to the neurological, physiological, psychological, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of the individual. Participants in this seminar will learn how acupuncture and Chinese medicine are utilized with vision therapy, nutrition, and metabolic testing in the treatment of vision conditions.


Jul
14
Jul 16

Koshi Balancing: Japanese Structural Alignment

 This course provides a Japanese derived concept of Structural Acupuncture as an integrated system of manual medicine. Theory and practice are derived from 5 different Japanese manual medicine and acupuncture styles: Shiatsu, Seitai Ho, Meridian Therapy (Keiraku Chiryo), and Seitai Shinpo Structural acupuncture and Sotai movement therapy. The theoretical and clinical focus of the course is organized around the Japanese Body-Mind concept of the “koshi” or the lumbar pelvic center. Meridian energetics are explained from classical texts but informed by contemporary anatomical understanding of fascia and fluid systems. Skilled palpatory skills based on channel palpation and osteopathic listening informs the general approach. Japanese styles of contact needling, superficial needling, and deep needle techniques are integrated with Japanese bodywork annual techniques, moxibustion, and movement therapy.

Jun
24
Jun 25

Tui Na for Chronic Pain Syndromes

Instructor: Bill Helm

Live Onsite in New York

June 24th-25th, 2017, 9:00am - 5:30pm

15 NCCAOM PDA/CEUs (pending) & 15 NY State Massage CEUs

Location: 110 William St. 19th floor

Jun
16
Jun 18

Treating the Heart: Meridian Therapy for Psychological Disorders

Funamizu sensei has developed an effective and gentle protocol for long term PTSD, depression and trauma using Meridian Therapy (Keiraku Chiryo) theory and needle techniques. Funamizu sensei will teach unique techniques for treating the mind and spirit the he refined during his work with Japan's post-tsunami victims. Takahiro Funamizu has a dynamic teaching style and technical skill that is readily transmissible. A wide variety of "fine touch" techniques, easily understood and applied clinically to effectively soothe the Body-Mind, will reinforce the foundational Meridian Therapy approach that has been imparted in earlier modules.

May
18
May 21

Zero Balancing Level 1

Developed by Fritz Smith, MD in the early 1970s, Zero Balancing is a powerful body-mind therapy that uses skilled touch to address the relationship between energy and structures of the body. The practitioner uses finger pressure and gentle traction on areas of tension in the bones, joints and soft tissue to create fulcrums, or points of balance, around which the body can relax and reorganize.


Developed by Fritz Smith, MD in the early 1970s, Zero Balancing is a powerful body-mind therapy that uses skilled touch to address the relationship between energy and structures of the body. The practitioner uses finger pressure and gentle traction on areas of tension in the bones, joints and soft tissue to create fulcrums, or points of balance, around which the body can relax and reorganize.

May
12
May 14

Essence of Japanese Needle Technique


Atsuki Maeda returns to teach the 8th module focusing on the "Essence of Japanese Needle Techniques". Basic needle techniques of tonification and sedation will be reviewed and refined. A myriad of advanced needle manipulation and guide tube techniques of Sugiyama Waichi (inventor of the guide tube) will be taught. Students will gain confidence and a clear understanding of how to apply/integrate these needle techniques to deliver the ultimate care to the patient; refining and improving their ability to needle gently and effectively.

May
6
May 7

Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture

Instructor: David Bomzon

Live Onsite May 6-7, 2017 9:00 am - 6:30 pm

17 PDA/CEUs (pending) NCCAOM

Location: 110 William St. 19th floor

Apr
7
9:30 am09:30

COMMUNITY ACUPUNCTURE FREE CLINICS

Come try acupuncture at Pacific College, the largest
acupuncture and Oriental medicine college in the U.S.,
with campuses in New York, Chicago, and San Diego. 

110 William Street
(b/n Fulton & John)
19th Floor, New York, NY 10038

Please RSVP to (212) 982-3456 x226
and ask for “Free Clinics”

Apr
7
Apr 9

Advanced Diagnosis in Meridian Therapy: 8 Extraordinary Vessel Treatment In Meridian Therapy

Kuwahara Sensei will take a more detailed look at the patterns of Meridian Therapy delving into heat, cold and excess (Blood Stasis) patterns that accompany the basic sho. The use of the 8 extraordinary (and Super 4) vessels in Meridian Therapy and EV abdominal diagnosis developed by Kazuto Miyawaki will be another focus. The course will work to transform sensitivities, increase the practitioner's awareness and provide additional tools to bring balance back to the system.

Apr
1
Apr 2

Advanced Cosmetic Acupuncture

This course provides a didactic overview of theory, diagnosis, and treatment of facial cosmetic acupuncture. This is a hands-on clinically based two-day workshop. The focus of this course is to enhance the clinical skills of analyzing, diagnosing, and treating facial cosmetic concerns. Additional modalities such as microcurrent, cutaneous induction therapy, and LED therapy will be introduced.

Mar
31
9:30 am09:30

COMMUNITY ACUPUNCTURE FREE CLINICS

Come try acupuncture at Pacific College, the largest
acupuncture and Oriental medicine college in the U.S.,
with campuses in New York, Chicago, and San Diego. 

110 William Street
(b/n Fulton & John)
19th Floor, New York, NY 10038

Please RSVP to (212) 982-3456 x226
and ask for “Free Clinics”

Mar
30
6:30 pm18:30

COMMUNITY ACUPUNCTURE FREE CLINICS

Come try acupuncture at Pacific College, the largest
acupuncture and Oriental medicine college in the U.S.,
with campuses in New York, Chicago, and San Diego. 

110 William Street
(b/n Fulton & John)
19th Floor, New York, NY 10038

Please RSVP to (212) 982-3456 x226
and ask for “Free Clinics”

Mar
23
6:30 pm18:30

COMMUNITY ACUPUNCTURE FREE CLINICS

Come try acupuncture at Pacific College, the largest
acupuncture and Oriental medicine college in the U.S.,
with campuses in New York, Chicago, and San Diego. 

110 William Street
(b/n Fulton & John)
19th Floor, New York, NY 10038

Please RSVP to (212) 982-3456 x226
and ask for “Free Clinics”

Mar
10
Mar 12

Practical Japanese Style Moxibustion

Meridian Therapy, the most popular approach to traditional acupuncture in Japan, is a system of acupuncture based on the Classics of acupuncture and emphasizes the application of five phases in assessment and treatment. Pulse diagnosis, abdomen and meridian palpation are used for assessment and gentle superficial needling techniques are used in treatment. Meridian Therapy is focused on the regulation of qi and the emphasis is on subtle palpation and a direct felt sense of the body and its qi. Deficiencies and excesses of qi in the body are detected, and subtle tonification and dispersion techniques are applied to regulate qi. Refined needle techniques are utilized to evoke subtle stimulation. Meridian Therapy seeks to treat the root cause of disease, while also effectively addressing the immediate symptoms.

Mar
4
9:00 am09:00

Diagnosing and Treating the Earth: Dietary Therapy for Acupuncturists

This course is designed to reach practitioners of Chinese medicine at all levels of dietary knowledge and will be a survey of Chinese dietary theory, dietary counseling, Earth School theory, and pulse analysis skills training. We will review some general principles and then explore specific concepts related to the Digestive System, including food signatures and affinities, tongue diagnosis, as well as provide hands-on experience and training in Shen-Hammer and Classical pulse techniques related to diagnosing all facets of the digestive system and its energetics.

Mar
3
4:30 pm16:30

Acupuncture at Sea

Thursday, March 2nd 4:30-6pm Room 4

Interested in hearing about Acupuncture on Cruise Ships?
How to do what you love while seeing the world?

Dan Brown, Director of Acupuncture, The Point of Well Being, a division of the Onboard Spa, which hires acupuncturists for over 16 cruise lines, will be here to answer your questions on Thursday

He will be conducting interviews at PCOM on Friday,  March 3rd.  To schedule an interview, apply online at www.theonboardspa.com
110 Williams Street, NY, NY 19th Floor

Feb
26
9:00 am09:00

Safely Prescribing Herbs to Patients on Pharmaceuticals

Safely Prescribing Herbs to Patients on Pharmaceuticals with Dr. Greg Sperber BMBS, DAOM, L.Ac.
2 CEU's/PDA's (CAB and NCCAOM Approved)
The 2 PDAs for this course count toward the NCCAOM Safety category. 2 PDAs in the Safety category are required to renew your certification. 
Date and Time
Live Webinar: February 26, 2017 from 9 am - 11 am PT
 

Feb
24
6:30 pm18:30

COMMUNITY ACUPUNCTURE FREE CLINICS

Come try acupuncture at Pacific College, the largest
acupuncture and Oriental medicine college in the U.S.,
with campuses in New York, Chicago, and San Diego. 

110 William Street
(b/n Fulton & John)
19th Floor, New York, NY 10038

Please RSVP to (212) 982-3456 x226
and ask for “Free Clinics”

May
16
7:00 pm19:00

Deconstructing Chinese Medicine: Ling Shu Ch.8 (Ben Shen) Foundation in Spirit

Deconstructing Chinese Medicine: Ling Shu Ch.8 (Ben Shen) Foundation in Spirit

Essential Oils are one of the more accessible and potent modalities of healing. They mirror the effects of acupuncture or manual stimulation of the meridian system in their direct effects on the Shen. For this reason essential oils provide a supportive and accurate enhancement to an acupuncture or massage session.

This lecture covers approaching disease states through identifying their roots in the Shen and choosing synergistic essential oil and acupuncture pairings to address this.