Points Series

By Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée

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Total CPDs: 4.5
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Total CPDs: 4.5
Standard Certificate (6.25), IVAS (6.25), NCCAOM (6)
Access Period: Lifetime
Series Length: 6.25hrs

Series Overview

Take your points knowledge to the next level! TCM academic and historian, Elisabeth Rochat, will explore numerous points in-depth and help you to understand the complexities and subtleties of these important locations. The Chinese name, history, context, and references in classical and medical texts will be examined, and aid you to understand the versatility each of these points can provide to your treatment plan. The symptoms that are connected to each specific point, and how they can be utilized in the context of the body as a whole will be illustrated. Strengthen your expertise and understanding of the intricacies of point practice through these short, information-packed courses.

A Study of Kun Lun (UB60)

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee explains the function, and indications associated with the acupuncture point Kun Lun (UB60).
Total CPDs: 1.5
Standard Certificate (1.5), IVAS (1.5), NCCAOM (1.5)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1.5hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This course will explore the point called Kun Lun (UB60). The goal of this webinar is to study this point in-depth and understand what symptoms are specific to it. Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee will examine the Chinese name of this point using the Chinese characters to reach a deeper understanding of the point's function within the framework of the body, and provide a detailed study from both classical and medical literature. The meaning of Kun Lun, its description in the medical classics, presentation, explanation of its therapeutic indications, relationship with other points, and common combinations are explored.

Course Objectives

  • The student will study and understand the characters composing the name of the point.
  • The student will learn the meaning of the expression that forms these characters and its classical use, and application in medical texts.
  • The student will be able to describe the profile of the point and its functions.
  • The student will learn the possible functions and clinical patterns for the point.
  • The student will understand how associations with other points may be used in different clinical patterns

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Introduction; meaning of the name, 'Kun Lun (UB60)' and study of the characters composing the name of the point.
15 min - 30 min
Study of the meaning of the expression that forms these characters and of its classical use, and in medical texts.
Associated pathologies as referred to in Chinese medical text.
30 min - 45 min
Description of which movement of Qi the point will correct in relation to the meridians, and possibly to other meridians.
Description of the point's profile, and its functions.
45 min - 1 hrs
Possible functions for the point.
Clinical patterns for the point.
1 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Description of the main associations with other points for a number of different clinical patterns.
Common questions that come up in regards to this point and use.

A Study of Guan Yuan (Ren4)

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee explores the function and symptoms related to Guan Yuan (Ren 4).
Total CPDs: 1.5
IVAS (1.5), Standard Certificate (1.5), NCCAOM (1.5)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1.5hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

This course will explore the point called Guan Yuan (Ren4). The goal of this webinar is to study this point in-depth, and understand what symptoms are specific to it. Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee will examine the Chinese name of this point, using the Chinese characters to reach a deeper understanding of the point's function within the framework of the body, and provide a detailed study from both classical and medical literature. The meaning of Guan Yuan, its description in the medical classics, presentation and explanation of its therapeutic indications, relationship with other points, and common combinations are explored.

Course Objectives

  • The student will study and understand the characters composing the name of the point.
  • The student will learn the meaning of the expression that forms these characters and its classical use, and application in medical texts.
  • The student will be able to describe the profile of the point and its functions.
  • The student will learn the possible functions and clinical patterns for the point.
  • The student will understand how associations with other points may be used in different clinical patterns.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Introduction; meaning of the name, 'Guan Yuan (Ren4)' and study of the characters composing the name of the point.
15 min - 30 min
Study of the meaning of the expression that forms these characters and of its classical use, and in medical texts.
Associated pathologies as referred to in Chinese medical text.
30 min - 45 min
Description of which movement of Qi the point will correct in relation to the meridians, and possibly to other meridians.
Description of the point's profile, and its functions.
45 min - 1 hrs
Possible functions for the point.
Clinical patterns for the point.
1 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Description of the main associations with other points for a number of different clinical patterns.
Common questions that come up in regards to this point and use.

A Study of Da Dun (Liv. 1)

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee explores the function and symptoms related to Da Dun (Liver 1).
Total CPDs: 1.5
NCCAOM (1.5), IVAS (1.5), Standard Certificate (1.5)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1.5hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

An in-depth study based on the Chinese Classics, on the deep insight of great masters of the past, and on the knowledge of their cultural environment. This presentation sets up a firm foundation for the correct use of the point, Liver 1, which becomes familiar so as to be easily and naturally used. In this course, the Liver 1 dadun acupuncture point, the first point of the Foot Jueyin Liver meridian, is covered. A comprehensive explanation of the point name that helps explain the point's functions, position and roles is explored; as well, the clinical use of Liv. 1 in the great classical texts of medicine and examples of associations with other points to treat specific symptoms and disorders are also covered.

Course Objectives

  • The student will study and understand the characters composing the name of the point.
  • The student will learn the meaning of the expression that forms these characters and its classical use, and application in medical texts.
  • The student will be able to describe the profile of the point and its functions.
  • The student will learn the possible functions and clinical patterns for the point.
  • The student will understand how associations with other points may be used in different clinical patterns.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Study and explanation of Liv.1 name Dadun: Chinese characters and meaning in classical Chinese texts and other names for the point are covered.
15 min - 30 min
Clinical use of Liv.1 in the great classical texts of medicine such as Huangdi Neijing, Zhenji Jiayijing.
30 min - 45 min
Overview and synthesis of the main functions of the Liv.1 point.
45 min - 1 hrs
Some examples of associations with other points to treat specific symptoms and disorders.

A Study of Tai Chong (Liv. 3)

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee takes you through an in-depth exploration of the functions and symptoms related to Tai Chong (Liv. 3). Learn how a deeper understanding of this point can benefit your practice!
IVAS (1.75), Standard Certificate (1.75), NCCAOM (1.5)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Length: 1.75hrs
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

An in-depth study based on the Chinese Classics, on the deep insight of great masters of the past, and on the knowledge of their cultural environment. This presentation sets up a firm foundation for the correct use of the point, Liver 3, which becomes familiar so as to be easily and naturally used. In this course, the Liver 3 - Tai Chong is covered. A comprehensive explanation of the point name that helps explain the point's functions, position, and roles is explored; as well, the clinical use of Liv. 3 in the great classical texts of medicine and examples of associations with other points to treat specific symptoms and disorders are also covered.

Course Objectives

  • The student will study and understand the characters composing the name of the point.
  • The student will learn the meaning of the expression that forms these characters and its classical use, and application in medical texts.
  • The student will be able to describe the profile of the point and its functions.
  • The student will learn the possible functions and clinical patterns for the point.
  • The student will understand how associations with other points may be used in different clinical patterns.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 30 min
Study and explanation of Liv.3 name Tai Chong: Chinese characters and meaning in classical Chinese texts. Other names for the point are covered.
30 min - 1 hrs
Clinical use of Liv.3 in the great classical texts of medicine such as Huangdi Neijing, Zhenji Jiayijing.
1 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Overview and synthesis of the main functions of the Liv.3 point.
1.5 hrs - 1.75 hrs
Some examples of associations with other points to treat specific symptoms and disorders.
Elisabeth is such an inspiration with her considerable knowledge and clarity. It is a privilege to hear her.
Jane O. - Canada
I love the historical information and the translation of the chinese characters, as well as the variety of functions of point and various relationships the point has in conjunction with other points.
Lisa A. - United States

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Taught by Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée

TCM academic and historian, Elisabeth Rochat has specialized in both medical and philosophical Classics in her 40+ years career. She co-authored 'A Survey of Chinese Medicine' and continues to teach about the Classics of TCM internationally.
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