Auriculotherapy without Needles



This course bridges Acupressure into your manual therapy treatment. Eastern medicine shows the ear is a microsystem of the entire body. For thousands of years auriculotherapy (ear acupressure) has been very effectively used to benefit a variety of common disorders. The Auriculotherapy course will introduce tools of auriculotherapy with emphasis on the practical application for musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction and incorporating this into a typical manual therapy treatment. 

This course will be reserved to methods for effective stimulation without the use of needles or puncturing of the skin. We will cover different methods of assessment and employ techniques for treatment including acupressure with use of multiple tools, use of plasters with traditional seeds, selection of appropriate treatment beads and the traditional ear massage techniques. 


Instructors: Tracie Blair B.A.,R.Ac.,R.M.T.;  Shenan Hartwell R.Ac, RMT  

Prerequisite: manual therapist ie) RMT, PT, DC, etc

Length: 2 days

Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm

Cost: $395 ($50 non-refundable deposit).


Upcoming Dates:

Spring 2018, Cambridge, ON

Friday June 15th and Saturday June 16th, 2018

CCMH (Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy)- Cambridge Campus
Unit 4- 405 Maple Grove Road
Cambridge, ON

$355 early bird price deadline (if paid in full): April 16th, 2018

Registration deadline: May 16th, 2018



Please register here if you are interested in this course