Extraordinary Meridians!

British Conference of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

13-15 September 2019
De Vere Staverton Estate,

Rosey Grandage

Workshop title

Tuina for fertility: understanding and balancing the san jiao (three jiao) and qi jing ba mai (8 extraordinary vessels)

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Workshop description

Tuina, enhanced by qigong, creates a direct and focused connection with qi which enables us to understand and work with qi in a deep, individual and adaptable way. Working with these simple massage techniques means that diagnosis and treatment are constant and inseparable, moving between different levels and changing as the patient changes through the treatment.

In this workshop we will look at both male and female fertility issues, focusing on the movement and balance within the san jiao and the qi jing ba mai; the dynamism of yin yang which must exist to create new life.

Speaker biography

Rosey has been an acupuncturist since 1992, having studied for two years in China at both government colleges and as an apprentice. She taught acupuncture and tuina at the University of Westminster for 17 years and is a physiotherapist. She has worked for the NHS and in private practice and has been a member of the BAcC Professional Conduct Committee.

She has clinics in West London and mid-Wales, specialising in classical acupuncture, tuina, physiotherapy and qigong. She runs short courses and is director of Apothecary Gallery CIC.
She has been chair of a wildlife trust, has taken this through merger, and is now a trustee of the combined trust. She has been a trustee for Wildlife Trusts Wales.

Rosey cares passionately about promoting and nurturing acupuncture and our members; she believes an effective BAcC is an excellent vehicle for achieving this.

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