We provide all of the information that you need to perform acupressure for yourself, family, and friends for free on this website: however, if you want to take-it-up-a-notch and become a professional licensed holistic healthcare provider specializing in acupressure and herbal medicine, our Ageless Herbs founder Dr. Browne offers a real acupressure course with a bona fide degree. This holistic healer degree will allow you to provide acupressure to patients and set up your own clinic and herbal apothecary, or to work in a hospital or integrated medical clinic.
Benefits of this Acupressure & Herb Course:
- 1-Year Course
- 1-2 Long Weekends Per Month
- Supervised Clinical Training
To become a real Chinese medical practitioner typically requires four-years of full-time Oriental medical school for an acupuncture degree. This training provides a much needed alternative to the student-loan debt-laden acupuncture school route. At the same time, the earning potential with this degree is similar to an acupuncturists'. Additionally, many people do not like the notion of needles but love the idea of an acupressure massage so attracting patients is easy! Finally, acupressure is a comparably effective treatment to acupuncture as explained here!
The flexible nature of our part-time acupressure-herb school schedule allows for those who are commuting to the program to maintain their life and job as they advance their healing skills and earning potential. The course is held in Western North Carolina, but nearly all students travel from distances to take advantage of this unique program taught by a seasoned expert in the field of natural medicine-Dr. Browne's Bio here!
What You Will Learn Through Our Acupressure-Herbal Medicine Course:
- Chinese Medical Theory
- Anatomy-Physiology w/ Acupressure Point Locations
- Chinese Medical Massage Techniques-"Tuina"
- Chinese and Western Medical Herbs
- Chinese Medical Diagnosis-Pulse and Tongue
- Treatments for Specific Health Conditions
- Adjunct Chinese Medical Therapies: Moxibustion, Cupping, Guasha, Auricular Therapy, Medical Qigong
Chinese medicine is no longer considered fringe alternative medicine; it is being incorporated in to hospitals and medical clinics throughout the U.S. Integrated healthcare is a rapidly growing field with providers desperate to find alternatives for opioid and addictive pain killers. This is a smart career choice at just the right time!
Online Acupressure Course
Dr. Browne is working on an online acupressure certificate course. However, in most states one must obtain a degree and license to work professionally as an acupressure healthcare provider which requires a hands-on in-person acupressure course such as the one Dr. Browne offer in North Carolina. Our degree program meets the standards of almost all state licensing boards that oversee acupressure and massage.
Start Learning Acupressure Today!
- A great way to start learning about using acupressure as an effective healing tool is to learn Chinese medical theory here; this helps you choose the correct acupressure points
- Next, learn about the different patterns of disease according to traditional Chinese medicine here
- Finally learn how to locate specific acupressure points correctly here
While it does take time to master acupressure, it is a tool that will benefit you and those you care for throughout your life once you obtain this knowledge. Get started today!
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