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Classical Five Element Acupuncture: Beginning The Journey

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Mar
14

Classical Five Element Acupuncture: Beginning The Journey

Add to Calendar 03-14-2020 03-15-2020 About Acupuncture

Beginning the Journey is a two day, in-depth introduction into the heart and soul of Classical Five-Element Acupuncture. Presented by one of the world's most experienced practitioners and teachers. Many practitioners have called this seminar the most enlightening educational experience of their careers. 14 CEUs and PDAs approved.  

To learn more or to register, go to http://www.5elements.com/

Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
  • Event Start Date: 03-14-2020
  • Event End Date: 03-15-2020
  • Event Start Time: 9:00 AM
  • Event Duration: 14 hours over two days
  • Event Topic: About Acupuncture
  • Organization: Inst. of Classical Five-Element Acu
  • Instructor: Prof. Neil R. Gumenick

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Beginning the Journey is a two day, in-depth introduction into the heart and soul of Classical Five-Element Acupuncture. Presented by one of the world's most experienced practitioners and teachers. Many practitioners have called this seminar the most enlightening educational experience of their careers. 14 CEUs and PDAs approved.  

To learn more or to register, go to http://www.5elements.com/

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