YNSA Workshop with David Bomzon and Avi Amir

Lisbon, January 25-27 2019

Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA) is named after the Japanese physician, Dr. Toshikatsu Yamamoto, who developed this acupuncture system in 1973. Since its introduction, it has been advanced with the discovery of additional acupuncture points, which are mainly located on the scalp. especially used for treating neurological conditions, and is not only highly effective but the results are immediate in stroke patients with pain and/or restricted mobility.  As a result, the use of the method has increased and became very common to be seen in clinics and hospitals. It consists basic points (somatopes) which are mainly on the scalp and also has areas for needling in other body regions. In addition for providing symptomatic relief, it can sometimes be curative therapy.

 

Workshop General Information

Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture workshop will be during the weekend; Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 8 hours a day. In order to make sure the students will be able to practice it correctly and with confidence, it will be an active learning workshop. Therefore David Bomzon will teach the participants the basic acupuncture points which were first described by Yamamoto and even now are used effectively to treat wide range of neurological and orthopedic conditions. of course that after each theoretical part everyone will be practicing and will be observed in order to understated everything which is necessary.

Workshop Program

  1. Introduction – who is Dr. Toshikatsu Yamamoto and the background about YNSA.
  2. Learning the locations and functions of the basic points, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H.
  3. Learning Ypsilon points, Cranial nerves points.
  4. Neck and elbow diagnoses.
  5. I,J,K somatopes.
  6. Tinnitus an Master Key points.
  7. When and How to apply the method.
  8. Demonstration and treatments on Live Cases.

Price: Early Bird 250€ Until December 31th. From January 1st, 325€

Location: Lisboa Biz, Av. Engº Arantes e Oliveira,3-R/c Lx

Google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/uvUcr7y31V32

Metro Station: Olaias

 

 

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