Hundred Meetings

British Conference of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

22-24 September 2017
Wokefield Park, Reading

Felip Caudet

Workshop title

Kinseikyu. Postural Balance with Moxibustion

Workshop times

Sunday 11.30-1300 and 14.30 to 1600

Workshop description

Kinseikyu is a new discipline which aims to rebalance posture, which should, in turn, result in fewer injuries and a more healthy appearance. In Japanese, Kin means balance, sei means posture and kyu means moxibustion.

This discipline is effective for practitioners with patients who repeatedly present with unexplained structural problems, such as back pain, joint pain, dysfunctions, etc., or for professionals who want a more global understanding of the body.

The application of moxibustion, at key points of the body, will restore postural balance in a gentle and pleasant way.

This session will expand your knowledge around the use of moxibustion and give you an understanding of the body from a new perspective.

Speaker biography

Felip Caudet is both physiotherapist and acupuncturist. He is principal and main teacher at the Japanese moxibustion school, Okyu, in Barcelona and is the only Westerner authorised to teach Fukayakyu-ho in the world. As a physical therapist, he is specialised in postural balance and Japanese moxibustion.

Felip is President of the European Fukayakyu Society and has developed his own moxa style to balance posture (Kinseikyu).

He has written and published articles in NAJOM and, in 2011, he published “El calor que cura” (Ediciones Natural), the first book in Spanish dedicated to Japanese direct moxibustion techniques and to the Fukaya style. His lastest work, together with Shinma sensei, is “Moxibustión al final de la cuerda”, work dedicated to old Jôsetsu-hô techniques (bended string technique to find moxa points).

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