Acupuncture Continuing Education

Prof. Liao Launches Governing Vessel Acupuncture CEUs


Prof. Richard Liao, L.Ac. has launched an acupuncture continuing education course featuring all governing vessel (du mai) acupuncture points. The course features every governing vessel acupoint, its pathways, meeting points, and more. This course also features modern research showing the efficacy of specific governing vessel acupoints for the treatment of migraines, asthma, pneumonia, lumbar disc herniations, and more.

Drawing on ancient Taoist Dragon sect teachings, Prof. Liao explores the original meanings and dynamics of each acupuncture point. Prof. Liao connects the energetics of each acupuncture point with real world clinical applications. Enjoy this review and discover the hidden meanings of each acupoint. Access the course material here:

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Special topics include COVID-19, running piglets, steaming bone, heart stagnation, shen-spirit disturbances, lumbar disc herniations, asthma, pneumonia, and more.

Professor Liao, L.Ac. has served as professor of herbology and acupuncture at the Academy of Chinese Culture & Health Sciences and at Five Branches University. He teaches and practices Taiji, Qi Gong, acupuncture, and herbal medicine. His many years of teaching experience bring the highest quality of courses to HealthCMi.

Prof. Liao has spent decades studying Taoism and the roots of Chinese medicine. For the last two decades, Prof. Liao has taken an annual retreat to China to study with Master Wang Li Ping. He translated the Ling Bao Tong Zhi Neng Nei Gong Shu for Wang Li Ping, which is a guide for meditation in the way of the Taoist Dragon Gate Sect (Long Men Pai).

Wang Li Ping is an 18th generation Taoist Master of Long Men Pai. The Ling Bao Tong Zhi Neng Nei Gong Shu includes Taoist secrets of the golden flower and five souls that was delivered by the ancient masters Zhong and Lu. This text includes methods of practice and theory.

Prof. Liao's extensive experience in Taoist theory and meditation practice inform an understanding of the acupuncture points included in this course, according to both ancient and modern Chinese medicine.


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