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New Meetup: "Running Piglet Syndrome" - Modern & pre-modern intrepretation by Nigel Dawes

From: Thomas N. Leung, L.Ac., M.
Sent on: Friday, August 28, 2009 1:03 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for New York Area TCM Practitioners Meetup Group!

What: "Running Piglet Syndrome" - Modern & pre-modern intrepretation by Nigel Dawes

When: October 15,[masked]:00 PM

Price: $15.00 per person

Kamwo Herbal Pharmacy
211 Grand St
New York, NY 10013

"This little piggy....."
Pre-modern and contemporary interpretation of "Running Piglet Syndrome" and its relevance in the modern clinical setting.

The lecture will explore the origins of the term, how it manifests and suggested treatment using both Acupuncture, Shiatsu and Herbal protocols. I will propose parallels in modern medicine for this ancient diagnosis including a range of anxiety disorders including panic attack.

I think this will be useful and of interest to anyone practicing in an urban clinical setting where we tend to see a lot of stress-induced disorders.

Nigel Dawes, M.A., L.Ac., has been practicing Acupuncture, Kanpo and Shiatsu since 1985. He graduated from schools in Japan, China and the UK and has taught Oriental Medicine in Europe, Israel and all over the US. He founded and directed the London College of Shiatsu [masked]), was the Dean of the Graduate School for Oriental Medicine at the NY College [masked]) and currently has a private practice in New York City where he is also on the faculty of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and Tristate College of Acupuncture. Nigel also runs an accredited one year post-graduate Kanpo internship in Sino-Japanese clinical Herbology in New York City. He is the author of 2 books on Shiatsu and is publishing a translation of a modern Kanpo classic in the fall of 2009.

All of our Meetups are essentially free! Attendees will be given a coupon of $15.00 toward purchases at Kamwo's Online Store; you must be present in order to redeem coupon.

This meetup if for practitioners and students.

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