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American University of Complementary Medicine

February 11 - 12, 2012

Ren Mai and Du Mai theory and how it relates to neck problems - including vascular compression of the neck.

The foundation for the creation and function of every aspect of our bodies lies in the 8 extraordinary channels. The Ren and Du channels are the seas of yin and yang. If there are obstructions in either of these channels, the consequences can be highly detrimental and far reaching. In this class, Kiiko Matsumoto will discuss the theories of the ren and du channels and teach us techniques for helping to clear obstructions in these channels. She will show us how these channels can affect so many other pathologies and can be used to treat many seemingly unrelated issues. Ms. Matsumoto feels the neck is one of the key areas to address and will discuss various disorders of the neck including degeneration and vascular compression and how we can begin to reverse or slow down these pathological processes.

About Kiiko Matsumoto

Kiiko Matsumoto, L.Ac. is a licensed acupuncturist practicing in Massachusetts who graduated from acupuncture school in Japan. She returns to her native Japan annually to study with Japanese Masters and has trained with Masters Kawaii, Nagano, Ito, and others. A master acupuncturist in her own right, she is the author of four books on acupuncture, including her recently acclaimed, Clinical Acupunture Strategies, Volumes 1 and 2.


February 11 - 12, 2012
Saturday & Sunday
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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