SuJok, Korean technique

SuJok, Korean technique The Su Jok technique was developed by Professor Park Jae Woo. “Su jok” means hands (“su”) and feet (“jok”) in Korean. Park Jae Woo was born on March 11, 1942 in South Korea. Graduated from the National University of Seoul, in the following years, and until his death in the city of … Read more

Zonal acupuncture

What is zonal acupuncture? It is a very simple highly effective acupuncture system, surely the simplest that exists so far. Developed in China by a neurologist in the aviation army. There it is known as wrist and ankle acupuncture, but, in Western countries, thinking that it was a system to exclusively treat wrist and ankle … Read more

Ynsa Et fantastisk akupunktursystem, der er let at lære og bruge.

Ynsa, an easy and effective acupuncture system, a good tool for  therapist. Let’s talk about what is Yamamoto’s Acupuncture YNSA -Craniopuncture- is a comprehensive system of acupuncture assessment, diagnosis and treatment, developed by Japanese physician Toshikatsu Yamamoto. Like all acupuncture systems it works on the regulation and stimulation of Qi energy in organs and different … Read more

Master tung akupunktur system

  Master Tung akupunktur system I en artikel offentliggjort af Dr. Chuan-Min Wang og Akupunktur Lic. Steven Vasilakis i Acupuncture Today (August, 2011, Vol. 12, Issue 08), præsenteres de grundlæggende principper og anvendelser af Tung Akupunktur System i detaljer. Du kan få adgang til den oprindelige artikel på dette link. Master Tungs fem Zang-kanalsystem og … Read more

Koreansk akupunktur

Koreansk akupunktur Saam akupunktur (koreansk akupunktur), som er en af de oprindelige terapeutiske metoder, der repræsenterer traditionel koreansk medicin, er en unik behandlingsmetode, der har en anden oprindelse end metoderne fra Kina og Japan. Det grundlæggende kendetegn ved at kombinere fem shu-punkter i Saam-akupunktur er udvælgelsen af tonificerings– og beroligende punkter langs selvmeridianen og andre … Read more

Five elements According to the relationship of domination-8

According to the relationship of domination 1st) Inhibit the wood to support the earth. It is used to unblock, decongest the liver and thus strengthen the spleen (occurs in cases of excess liver with empty spleen). spleen). 2nd) Disperse the heart fire and tonify the kidney. This is indicated in the rupture of the heart-kidney … Read more

3.- The five elements in diagnosis-7

3.- The five elements in diagnosis. Starting from the premise that the human organism is a global (integral) unit, we must take into account that the attacks on the internal organs (viscera) are reflected on the surface of the body. Disturbances in the function of the gut-organs, as well as the disturbance of their interrelationships, … Read more

Transmission by dominance relationship 5 elements-6

Transmission by dominance relationship: (a) Mutual aggression: designates the disease that appears as a consequence of excessive dominance. When the pathology is caused by mutual aggression it is less serious than by mutual insult.Two possibilities:The dominating element is too strong. H + BThe dominated element is very weak. H B –– The liver attacks the … Read more

5 elements 5

The five elements in pathology. Since the five organs are interrelated, both physiologically and pathologically they interfere with each other. An attack on one organ has repercussions on another. This connection of the five organs on the pathological level is called “transmission-conformity-relationship” in the five-element theory; the transmission of the attack on the five organs … Read more

5 elements-4 1. The physiological functions

1. The physiological functions of the five organs and their mutual relations This theory classifies the viscera of the organism by explaining their physiological functions according to the particularities of each element. – The wood grows upwards and expands outwards. The liver prefers expansion, hates inhibition, and one of its functions is drainage and evacuation.– … Read more