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As well as upcoming seminar events, the Maryland Acupuncture Society also has distance learning courses for CEU/PDA Credit based on recordings of past seminars, and also seminar recordings without credits.

Past events are listed at the bottom of the page. For events prior to March 2013, click here.

We also provide forums to arrange ride sharing to seminars, and shared accomodations or networking while attending seminars. Select a link below to post a message or read messages others have posted.



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Upcoming events

    • 02 Apr 2016
    • 04 Dec 2016
    • TBA

    Whole Heart Acupuncture:  An Embodied Exploration of Meridians and Points as a Living Portrait of Our Human Journey  by Thea Elijah, Series of 5 weekends in 2016.

    Dates:  Wood-April 2-3; Fire-June 4-5; Earth-August 6-7; Metal-October 1-2; Winter-December 3-4, 2016. 

    The Monday following each of the five weekends, we are offering an integration day, in which Thea Elijah gives practical and personalized coaching and feedback to members of the class--including opportunities for demonstration and supervised treatment.  Strictly limited to 12 people.

    Register: http://perennialmedicine.com/workshops/whole-heart-acupuncture-5-weekend-series-2016/


    • 23 Apr 2016
    • 25 Sep 2016
    • 3 sessions
    • Ellicott City, MD

    Orthopedic Sports Acupuncture Series for the Chinese Medicine Practitioner

    Exploring assessment and treatment of common injuries and pain

    Presented by Chad Bong

    The three weekends will be split in to upper extremity, hip and low back, and lower extremity. The classes will focus on orthopedic assessment of injuries, designed to increase the precision of your acupuncture treatments. The treatment aspect of the class will focus mostly on anatomically significant points with practice of how to needle each point. These are interactive classes where you will spend extensive time practicing physical evaluation, needling and other treatment techniques.  

    The classes will be limited to 21 participants!

    Chad Bong holds Masters Degrees in both Oriental Medicine and Exercise Science as well as an 800-hour certification in massage therapy. Combining the knowledge of both Eastern and Western views gives him a unique perspective on how injuries happen and how they can be treated.

    Chad assists Whitfield Reaves in teaching sports medicine acupuncture around the world and is a contributing author in The Acupuncture Handbook for Sports Injuries and Pain 

    Cancel by March 1, 2016- 75% refund

    Cancel after March 1, 2016- No Refund

     Fee: Postmarked  by March 1:  after March 1:
     MAS Member  $1475  $1575
     Non- MAS Member   $1550  $1650
     Allied organizations*   $1500   $1600  

    Register: Download the flyer:

    Bong flyer 2016.pdf


    • 11 Sep 2016
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Sheraton, Wincopin Circle, Columbia, MD 21045


    Maryland Acupuncture Society invites you for a One Day Seminar

     A Day with JACK DANIEL:

     Safety, Ethics, and Extraordinary Fu


    NCCAOM now requires its Diplomates to complete a 2 hour/PDA course in safety (SA) and a 2 hour/PDA course in ethics (ET) every four (4) years for recertification. Taking this course fulfills that requirement.

    Topics:

    1. Morning Presentation: Safety Issues in Oriental Medicine, NCCAOM Course # Pending, Ethics Issues in Oriental Medicine, NCCAOM Course # ACHB 319-109.

    2. Afternoon Presentation: Extraordinary Fu, NCCAOM Course # ACHB 319-057. This course will reveal the comprehensive, rarely detailed particulars of the energetic physiology of The Extraordinary Fu. When Yin/Yang, Wu Hsing, The Five Shen, Zang/Fu, and the Substances are seen to grow out of each other, inseparably, the whole person shows a fullness and texture that is unsurpassed by any other system of medicine. The power that this affords the practitioner of Oriental Medicine is enriching, challenging, and inspiring; rapidly advancing levels of demonstrated ability and confidence.

    Agenda:

    Registration: Starts 8:15 am
    9:00am - 11:00am    Ethics Lecture
    11:00am - 11:15am  Break
    11:15am - 1:15pm    Safety Lecture

    1:15pm - 2:45pm      Lunch Break (lunch not provided)

    2:45pm - 3:45pm      Extraordinary Fu
    3:45pm - 4:00pm      Break
    4:00pm - 5:00pm      Extraordinary Fu

    Total CEUs / PDAs: 6 (4 morning, 2 afternoon)
    Cost of Seminar:

    Category

    Early Registration ends August 11, 2016

    Regular

    Member

    $125

    $50

    Student

    $115

    $140

    Allied

    $140

    $165

    Non-Member

    $160

    $185


    Handouts: MAS  will supply handouts for participants to MAS in digital form.

    Jack M. Daniel, M.Ac. (UK), L.Ac., Dipl.Ac (NCCAOM), Founder of The Whole Circle has practiced and taught acupuncture continuously in the United States and England since 1973. Jack has taught many of the acupuncturists now practicing in the Mid-Atlantic States. He has designed and delivered basic and advanced education programs for the acupuncturists in the United States and England.

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