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Seminar TitleLecturerSeminar Date/FeesRegistration Deadline
Description
Structural-Craniosacral Therapy for AcupuncturistsBruce Schonfeld, Advanced Rolfer
6 CEU’s – Category 1 Pending CAB Approval
Saturday December 6, 2014
10:00AM – 5:00PM

Standard Fee: $125
Alumni Fee: $100
Registration Deadline Tuesday, December 2, 2014 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Structural-Craniosacral Therapy for Acupuncturists
(6 CEUs – Category 1 – Pending CA Acupuncture Board Approval)
Instructor: Bruce Schonfeld, Certified Advanced Rolfer
Saturday, December 6, 2014 – 10:00AM – 5:00PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Structural-Craniosacral is a fascial anatomy approach to Craniosacral Therapy. Through precise manipulation of fascial tissues associated with the cranial, facial and sacral bones, a higher order of physical alignment and integration will be achieved.
Seeing midline as an organizing principle unto itself, students will learn visual & palpatory assessment skills to evaluate for mobility, symmetry and tone. Designed to compliment your current skills as a Licensed Acupuncturist, a protocol of practical decom¬pression and mobilization techniques will be demonstrated, explained and practiced in supervised labs.

Bruce Schonfeld, Certified Advanced Rolfer, has taught Skills in Structural Integration & Manual Therapy since 1996. Cross-trained in Fascial Manipulation from Rolfing & Osteopathic traditions, Bruce has developed a systems anatomy approach called Fascial Integration.

More information at (www.advancedrolfing.com)

No Walk-In Registration
Limited seating, please register early

Standard Registration: $125.00
Emperor’s Alumni & Students: $100.00

Registration Deadline: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 by 5:00pm
Late Registration Fee: $40.00

For Information call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300 ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu
Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
The Eight Extraordinary ChannelsDavid Twicken

(4.0 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Sunday December 7, 2014
1:00PM – 5:00PM

Fee: $65 for CEU credit and $50 for all others
Registration Deadline Tuesday, December 2, 2014 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
The Eight Extraordinary Channels
(4 CEUs – Category 1 – CAB Approved)
Instructor: David Twicken, DOM, LAc
Sunday December 7, 2014 – 1:00PM – 5:00PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

The Eight Extraordinary Channels are one of the most important channels in the acupuncture channel system. These channels are the bridge between prenatal and postnatal influences in our lives. The Eight Extraordinary channels influence Jing, (essence) and source Qi, and can be used to support all the channel systems.

The Eight Extraordinary Channels can assist in treating deep, chronic and old patterns that influence the three treasures of our life: the physical, emotional and spiritual. These channels can release one from emotional and spiritual imbalances and realign one to the yuan shen (original spirit).

In this workshop, David will introduce each of the Eight Extraordinary channels with an emphasis on their psycho-emotional and spiritual qualities. The focus of this workshop is clinical applications. David will present a framework to develop customized treatments for each patient. This is the essence of Chinese medicine.

Dr. David Twicken, DOM, L.Ac. A faculty member at Emperors College since 1994, David has taught acupuncture courses, Philosophy of Oriental Medicine, Tai Chi Chuan, Medical Qi Gong, Feng Shui, I Ching, Chinese Astrology, Medical History, The Eight Extraordinary Channels, and is a clinical supervisor. David specializes in the Taoist Arts and has written a variety of books, including Treasures of Tao, Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology, Introduction to Qi Men Dun Jia, Chinese Medical Astrology, I Ching Acupuncture: The Balance Method, The Eight Extraordinary Channels, A Handbook for Clinical Applications and Nei Dan Inner Mediation. His new book: The Divergent Channels, A Handbook for Clinical Practice and Five Shen Nei Dan will be released in August 2014. David teaches Taoist arts internationally and is in private practice in Los Angeles, California.

For more information: www.healingqi.com

David's book on the Eight Extraordinary Channels will be available for purchase.

Limited seating, please register early

CEU and non-Certification Registration Fee: $65 for CEU credit and $50.00 for all others

Registration Deadline: Tuesday, December 2, 2014 by 5:00pm

For Information please call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300 EXT 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu.

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
TCM Treatment for Health ConcernsAnna Lin

(7 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Sunday December 7, 2014
9:00PM – 5:00PM

Standard Fee: $175
Alumni Fee: $150
Registration Deadline Tuesday, December 2, 2014 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
TCM Health Concerns
(7.0 CEUs – Category 1 – CA Acupuncture Board Approved)
Instructor: Anna Lin, LAc
Sunday, December 7, 2014 – 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Your patient might bring you a perfect health report without a specifically named disease yet they don't feel well or something is troubling them and no medical text information can point it out. If you have had a patient like this, then this seminar will be perfect for you. After this 7-hour CEU course, you will understand the complaint of not being healthy yet not ill. The seminar will also teach you the way to diagnose the different health related "not feeling right issue." From head to toe, step by step, this seminar will show you the cause and the mechanism of the trouble and teach you the method to help your patient regain a balanced, healthy life.

Anna Lin, LAc is a Licensed Acupuncturist who has taught Chinese medicine, acupuncture and herbology at several Los Angeles area oriental medicine colleges. She has authored The Tao of Longevity, Urology and Male Sexual Dysfunction and Herb Fairy Tale, published by Blue Poppy press and has a Bachelor's degree in TCM from Guangzhou TCM College in China and a Master's degree from Emperor's College. Anna has owned and operated Chinese Medical clinics in Santa Fe, New Mexico from 1983-1989 and presently in Redondo Beach, CA since 1991. She has taught Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and Herbology at Samra University, Emperor's College and Yosan University. Her current practice is more focused on infertility, pediatric and geriatric treatments. She also spends time researching how to conserve life and regain balance.

Standard Registration: $175.00
Emperor’s College Alumni & Students: $150.00
Registration Deadline: December 2, 2014 by 5:00 pm
For Information please call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300, ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu.

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
Functional Cardiology for TCMRaman Basha

(15 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Saturday & Sunday December 6 & 7, 2014
9:00AM – 5:30PM

Standard Fee: $250
Alumni Fee: $195

10% Discount if all six seminars paid in advance.
Registration Deadline Tuesday, December 2, 2014 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Functional Cardiology & TCM
(15 CEUs – Category 1 – CA Acupuncture Board Approved)
Instructor: Raman Basha, LAc, DAOM
Saturday & Sunday July 19 & 20, 2014 – 9:00AM – 5:30PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Participants will, by the end of the course, attain proficiency in identifying sub-clinical symptomology; learn how to make a differential diagnosis even though patients' lab tests ate normal; learn how to correlate TCM diagnoses with Western; and learn how to make the appropriate TCM acupuncture point and herbal prescriptions.

Raman Basha, LAc, DAOM Fellow, has a staggering 40,000 treatments and 35 years experience in terms of clinical experience in Alternative Medicine. Based in San Diego, he travels nationally and internationally 25% of the time, lecturing on TCM and Alternative Medicine and conducting mobile clinics. Basha is also a 25-year Veteran Astanga Yoga Practitioner, having led Yoga workshops across the U.S. and in seven countries.


No Walk-In Registration
Limited seating, please register early

Standard Registration: $250 for the 2-day seminar
Emperor’s College Alumni & Students: $195 for the 2-day seminar
Registration Deadline: Tuesday December 2, 2014 by 5:00pm
Late Registration Fee: $40.00


For Information, please call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300 ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403


Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.


Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
BOD-E-WORK Approach to Pain Management, Lev. 1David Nelson, LAc

(15 CEUs - Category 1 - Pending CAB Approval)
Saturday, December 13, 2014, 9:00AM – 6:00PM & Sunday , December 14, 2014,
9:00AM - 5:00PM

Standard Fee: $347
Early Bird Fee: $247 (through November 30, 2014)
Anytime Emperor's Alumni Fee: $197

10% Discount if all six seminars paid in advance.
Registration Deadline Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-1221
BOD-E-WORK Approach to Pain Management, Level 1
(15 CEUs – Category 1 – Pending CA Acupuncture Board Approval)
Instructor: David Nelson, LAc
Saturday, December 13, 2014 – 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Sunday, December 14, 2014 – 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

This is a 15-hour hands-on class introducing students to a diverse range of inter-related topics concerning TCM and integrated human body systems, all working together to address pain issues.

The emphasis is on learning advanced hands-on ‘listening’ skills to understand what the body is communicating through its pain.

Course work includes: Theory Analysis; hands-on practice, working with and on one another; specific hands-on techniques and approaches to touching and releasing tight muscles/areas; some chi gung moves to cultivate chi and open energetic pathways for chi to flow through when working with clients. This approach is complementary to any pain management acupuncture treatment and can be used in combination to provide massive relief and fast results.

David Nelson, LAc, has been practicing hands-on bodywork in the form of massage, acupuncture, alignment adjustments, nutrition support and much more for many decades.

Limited seating, please register early
Standard Registration: $347
Early Bird Registration: $247 (through November 30, 2014)
Emperor’s College Alumni & Students: $197
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by 5:00pm
Late Registration Fee: $40.00

For Information, please call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300 ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
Fertility, Functional Medicine and TCM, Pt. 4

SIX-PART SERIES WITH A BASHA HEALTH CERTIFICATION AT COMPLETION OF ALL SIX PARTS. REGULAR CEU CERTIFICATION AFTER EACH PART.
Raman Basha

(15.0 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Saturday & Sunday December 13 & 14, 2014
9:00AM – 5:30PM

Standard Fee: $350
Alumni Fee: $295

10% Discount if all six seminars paid in advance.
Registration Deadline Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Fertility, Functional Medicine & TCM
Six-Part Seminar Series with a Basha Health Certification at completion of all six parts
(15 CEUs per part – Category 1 – CAB Approved)
Instructor: Raman Basha, LAc, DAOM
Part 4, Saturday & Sunday December 13 & 14, 2014 – 9:00AM – 5:30PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Participants will explore the etiologies of this growing problem in our society. We will contrast Western vs functional medicine vs the Eastern medicine model in terms of etiologies, treatment, long-term management and outcomes. Participants will by the end of this course attain proficiency in the following areas: differential diagnosis and acupuncture point prescriptions. Part one of a four-part CEU certification program.

Raman Basha, LAc, DAOM Fellow, has a staggering 40,000 treatments and 35 years experience in terms of clinical experience in Alternative Medicine. Based in San Diego, he travels nationally and internationally 25% of the time, lecturing on TCM and Alternative Medicine and conducting mobile clinics. Basha is also a 25-year Veteran Astanga Yoga Practitioner, having led Yoga workshops across the U.S. and in seven countries.

No Walk-In Registration
Limited seating, please register early

Standard Registration: $350 for the 2-day seminar
Emperor’s College Alumni: $250 for the 2-day seminar
Attendees of the entire four weekends will be given an exam and subsequent Basha Health Certification some time after the last class. Regular CEU certification after each class.
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by 5:00pm
Late Registration Fee: $40.00

For Information, please call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300 ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.


Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
Stress ReductionAnna Lin

(4 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Sunday December 14, 2014

9AM - 1PM

Standard Fee: $87.50
Alumni Fee: $75.00
Registration Deadline Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Stress Reduction
(4.0 CEUs – Category 1 – Pending CA Acupuncture Board Approval)
Instructor: Anna Lin, LAc
Sunday, December 14, 2014 – 9:00AM – 1:00PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

This four-hour seminar will introduce you to the theory of the hot topic today--stress. Stress is the number one "killer" which brings harm to our health, and it is the source of all sorts of discomforts, complaints, pain, illness, etc. After completing the four-hour seminar, you will know about the cause, and the effective way to handle and manage stress. You will know how to cut down the stress level and maintain a balanced, health lifestyle.

Anna Lin, LAc is a Licensed Acupuncturist who has taught Chinese medicine, acupuncture and herbology at several Los Angeles area oriental medicine colleges. She has authored The Tao of Longevity, Urology and Male Sexual Dysfunction and Herb Fairy Tale, published by Blue Poppy press and has a Bachelor's degree in TCM from Guangzhou TCM College in China and a Master's degree from Emperor's College. Anna has owned and operated Chinese Medical clinics in Santa Fe, New Mexico from 1983-1989 and presently in Redondo Beach, CA since 1991. She has taught Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and Herbology at Samra University, Emperor's College and Yosan University. Her current practice is more focused on infertility, pediatric and geriatric treatments. She also spends time researching how to conserve life and regain balance.

Standard Registration: $87.50
Emperor’s College Alumni & Students: $75.00
Registration Deadline: December 9, 2014

For Information please call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300, ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu.

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check

Qi Gong Tui Na: Abdominal Microsystems to Increase Human ImmunityDong Liu

(12 CEUs - Category 1 - Pending CAB Approval)
Saturday & Sunday January 24 & 25, 2015

Saturday, 9AM - 4PM
Sunday, 9:30AM - 4:30PM

Standard Fee: $150
Alumni Fee: $110
Registration Deadline Tuesday, January 20, 2015 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Qi Gong Tui Na: Abdominal Microsystems to Increase Human Immunity
(12 CEUs –Pending CA Acupuncture Board approval)
Instructor: Dong Liu, PhD, LAc
Saturday January 24, 2015 – 9:00AM – 4:00PM
Sunday January 25, 2015 – 9:30AM – 4:30PM
Qi Gong Tui Na pays attention to the importance of “INTENTION” (Yi), or the concentrated power of thinking. With this focus, our mind and body can achieve a state of tranquility through clarity of Shen and the purity of intention, to bring great energy and power. Qi Gong Tui Na uses the integration of intention, power and qi to deliver shen and energy to patients by diverse pointing techniques. This practice brings jing, qi and shen of the patient into play, to both prevent and heal disease.This seminar focuses on the abdomen as the postnatal qi in all Zang Fu channels are developed on the foundation of Congenital Channel of the umbilical cord. Centered at CV-8, there is a higher self-regulating system separate from regular meridians, where qi and blood circulate in the body. Modern research shows that the abdomen functions as a ‘second brain’ or ‘information warehouse.’ The first day of the seminar will focus on treating psychological issues such as depression and stress. The second day of the seminar will focus on the three methods of Qigong Tuina used for cancer patients, to strengthen yang, improve circulation of qi and to release emotions.

Dr Liu Dong is an internationally acclaimed Qigong Master and Doctor of Oriental Medicine. A graduate of the Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, he has conducted scientific research on the medical effects of Qigong in China, Japan, the United States (Harvard School of Medicine), and in France (National Health and Medical Research Institute in Marseille and Marmottan Hospital in Paris). He is a powerful Qigong healer with a profound knowledge of medicine, and many years’ experience of treating patients with Qigong therapy, including China’s former president, Deng Xiao Ping, and other dignitaries. He has published several books and articles on Qigong. Dr. Liu Dong founded a Chinese Medicine School in Paris and a Qigong school in Seattle. His methods are being taught worldwide and are currently a part of the curriculum at the, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine.

FREE REGISTRATION SATURDAY ONLY TO ALL LICENSED PRACTITIONERS WITH AN ACTIVE STATUS WHO WILL BE ATTENDING THE DAOM OPEN HOUSE AFTER THE SATURDAY SEMINAR. THOSE PRACTITIONERS ELIGIBLE FOR THE FREE SATURDAY LECTURE WHO WISH TO ATTEND SUNDAY'S LECTURE WILL BE CHARGED FOR SUNDAY ONLY. SATURDAY-ONLY ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE 6.0 CEUs. (Certificates will be given out at the end of the open house for those not attending on Sunday)

Standard Registration: $250.00 for weekend; Emperor’s alumni/students: $215.00
Deadline, Tuesday, January 20, 2015 by 5:00pm (late registration fee $40)
For Information call Alisa at 310-453-8300, ext 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu
Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week before the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the event. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.


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Introduction to Kinesiology TapingNeil Maki & Christopher Ruth

(6.0 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Sunday January 25, 2015

9AM - 4PM

Please bring change of clothing--specifically a pair of shorts and a t-shirt as we will spend a considerable amount of time with hands on learning how to tape. Since we will be practicing taping much of the day, participants will need to purchase a roll of kinesiology tape before the seminar or purchase a roll from us at the seminar.

Standard Fee: $150
Alumni Fee: $110
Registration Deadline Tuesday, January 20, 2015 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Introduction to Kinesiology Taping
(6.0 CEUs – Category 1 – CAB Approved
Instructor: Atsuki Maeda, DAOM, LAc
Sunday, January 25, 2015 – 9:00AM – 4:00PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

The instructors will focus on the TCM concepts in sports medicine and instruct hands-on skills for kinesiology taping. Injury conditions with different taping techniques will be addressed and demonstrated. Upon completion of the seminar, participants will be able to understand the TCM concepts of sports medicine, the TCM diagnosis of sports injuries and perform kinesiology taping for sports injuries.

The course is participant based, with participants applying kinesiology tape to each other. Participants are required to bring their own kinesiology tape of their choice for use during the class. However, tape also will be available for purchase during the course. Participants are required to bring a change of clothing (such as shorts, t-shirts or tank tops).

Neil Maki, DAOM, LAc is a former athlete (professional bowling) who fully understands the trauma of injuries and the triumph of recovery. Dr. Maki works exclusively with athletes--Olympian, professional and semi-professional--for increased performance, recovery, and rehabilitation. As a doctoral graduate (DAOM), his research project centered on the utilization of acupuncture for the asymptomatic athlete to help him or her perform more optimally. Dr. Maki holds certificates and or licenses in Acupuncture, Orthopedic Acupuncture, Neurokinetic Therapy, Primal Reflex Release Techniques, Stott Pilates and Resistance Training.

Christopher Ruth, LAc is the owner and founder of TCM Health Services in Los Angeles, providing Acupuncture and OM services. Additionally, he teaches CPR and First Aid classes to both the community, lifeguards and healthcare providers, including physicians. Chris has worked as a technical supervisor at Emperor's College and Yo San University clinics, both in Santa Monica, CA. He attended Peking University Health Sciences Center in Beijing, China in 2005 where he studied Chinese Culture & TCM, and is currently a DAOM candidate (Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) at Emperor's College in Cohort 7, Class of 2015.

Standard Registration: $150.00
Emperor’s College Alumni & Students: $110.00
Please register early.
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, January 20, 2015 by 5:00pm
Late Registration Fee: $40.00

For Information call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300, ext. 128, or email alisa@emperors.edu.

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
Continuing Education Coordinator
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
Fertility, Functional Medicine and TCM, Pt., 1
SIX-PART SERIES WITH A BASHA HEALTH CERTIFICATION AT COMPLETION OF ALL SIX PARTS. REGULAR CEU CERTIFICATION AFTER EACH PART.
Raman Basha

(15.0 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Saturday & Sunday January 31, - February 1, 2015

9AM - 5PM

Standard Fee: $350
Alumni Fee: $295
Registration Deadline Tuesday, January 27, 2015 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Fertility, Functional Medicine & TCM
Six-Part Seminar Series with a Basha Health Certification at completion of all six parts (15 CEUs per part – Category 1 – CAB Approved)
Instructor: Raman Basha, LAc, DAOM
Part 1, Saturday & Sunday January 31 - February 1, 2015 – 9:00AM – 5:30PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

This is the initial component of a six- part Fertility &
TCM series. In order to become proficient at Fertility, one must be well versed in the language of Western Medicine. We will define the infertility epidemic, discuss the etiology, Western Treatment, diagnostics, long-term management, outcomes and success rates. We will study the female cycle from the follicular phase to ovulation to the luteal phase. Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART) from Invitro Fertilization (IFV to Intra-Cytotoxic Sperm Injection (ICSI) to Egg Donor will be closely analyzed. There will be a Basha Health Certification at the end of the six-part series. All components are modular and may be taken out of sequence with the exception of Seminar #6, Advanced Case Studies. Any three of the six components are prerequisites for Seminar #6.

Raman Basha, LAc, DAOM Fellow, has a cumulative 60,000 treatments and 35 years experience in terms of Alternative Medicine. He has created one of the most successful Natural Fertility Programs in the Nation that consistently achieves a 70% success rate. Based in San Diego, he travels nationally and internationally 25% of the time, lecturing on TCM and Alternative Medicine and conducting mobile clinics. Basha is also a 25-year Veteran Astanga Yoga Practitioner, having led Yoga workshops across the U.S. and in seven countries.

No Walk-In Registration.
Limited seating, please register early.

Standard Registration: $350 for the 2-day seminar
Emperor’s College Alumni: $250 for the 2-day seminar
10% DISCOUNT IF ALL SIX MODULES ARE PAID IN ADVANCE.

Registration Deadline: Tuesday January 27, 2015 by 5:00pm
Late Registration Fee: $40.00

For Information, please call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300 ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.


Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
Inner Compass Acupuncture - Live Webinar (counts as live hours right from your computerZee Lo, LAc, OMD, PhD

(3 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Saturday February 14, 2015

9AM - 12PM

Fee: $50 Limited Enrollment for
Practitioners, Alumni & Students
Registration Deadline Tuesday, February 10, 2015 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Inner Compass Acupuncture (Live Webinar - counts as live hours right from your computer)
(3 CEUs – Category 1 – CAB Approved)
Instructor: Zee Lo, LAc, OMD, PhD
Saturday, February 14, 2015 – 9:00AM – 12:00PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

This webinar focuses on how the Chinese arrange their surroundings and energetic placements to achieve good health and longevity. We will explore the Chinese cultural living habits, astrology, the placement of objects, energetic transformations, as well as the Taoist way of living. This course will introduce: The Chinese compass and it's different rings; energetic transformations, how you can arrange your home and office to achieve harmony; TCM Chinese medical astrology, the 10 Heavenly stems and 12 Earthly branches and your clinical readings.

Zee Lo, L.Ac., O.M.D., Ph.D. is the first alumni of 1986 from Emperor’s college. Formerly trained in China, he speaks fluent Chinese and English. He presently specializes in the area of anti-aging. In addition to being a CEU provider for over 22 years and a CA state tutorial supervisor, he has also medically treated numerous martial arts masters, Hollywood stars and professional athletes.

Registration Fee: $50.00 Limited Enrollment for Practitioners. Alumni & Students

Registration Deadline: Tuesday February 14, 2014 by 5:00 PM

If you registered for the LIVE Webinar, please provide your email address. We will conduct a test a week before the scheduled date to make sure that everyone can attend. Any late model computers built within the last 5 years will be suitable for the webinar.

For further Information call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300, ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
The Chinese Way to Good Health & Longevity - LIVE CLASSZee Lo, LAc, OMD, PhD

(9 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Saturday February 14, 2015

8AM - 5:30PM

Fee: $125 for
Practitioners, Alumni & Students
Registration Deadline Tuesday, February 10, 2015 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine

CEP-047

The Chinese Way to Good Health & Longevity - LIVE CLASS

(9 CEUs – Category 1 – CAB Approved)

Instructor: Zee Lo, LAc, OMD, PhD

Saturday, February 14, 2015 – 8:00AM – 5:30PM (1/2 hr. lunch)

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine

1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

This one day course focuses on the traditional Chinese way to good health and longevity.

Throughout the ages, anti-aging and longevity have always been two of the main focuses of TCM. This course will introduce the methods used in TCM to achieve good health and longevity. We will explore Chinese cultural living habits, the Chinese diet, exercises, astrology, the placement of objects, energetic transformations, as well as the Taoist way of living.

We will also expand on the famous TCM axiom: "Keep the physical body healthy by moving, keep the spiritual mind healthy by calming."

This course will introduce: Anti-aging treatment by acupuncture and herbal supplements; commonly practiced internal and external Qi Kung exercises for health; the Chinese diet and dishes, its effects and indications; energetic transformations, how you can arrange your home and office to achieve harmony; and TCM Chinese medical astrology, the 10 Heavenly stems and 12 Earthly branches, and your clinical readings.

Zee Lo, L.Ac., O.M.D., Ph.D. is the first alumni of 1986 from Emperor’s college. Formerly trained in China, he speaks fluent Chinese and English. He presently specializes in the area of anti-aging. In addition to being a CEU provider for over 22 years and a CA state tutorial supervisor, he has also medically treated numerous martial arts masters, Hollywood stars and professional athletes.

Fee: $125.00; Practitioners, Alumni &amp Students

Registration Deadline: February 10, 2014 by 5:00 PM

$40 Late Registration Fee

For further Information call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300, ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine

1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403



Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

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TCM Medical Qi Kung Live WebinarZee Lo, LAc, OMD, PhD

(3 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Sunday February 15, 2015

9AM - 12:00PM

Fee: $50 for
Practitioners, Alumni & Students
Registration Deadline Tuesday, February 10, 2015 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
TCM Medical Qi Kung Live Webinar
(3 CEUs – Category 1 – CAB Approved)

Instructor: Zee Lo, LAc, OMD, PhD
Please see www.drzeelo.com

Sunday February 15, 2015 – 9:00AM – 12:00P
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 9040

The development of Qi Kung from ancient times to the modern day (didactic).

Qi Kung is an important part of TCM as well as the Chinese culture. In this course, we will discuss the history of Qi Kung, its theory ad concepts, and how certain religions and movements have contributed to its development, and how it has permeated the Chinese culture throughout the ages. We will also introduce the different kinds of Qi Kung and the purposes of each. Finally, we will arrive at today's TCM medical Qi Kung and its clinical applications.

Zee Lo, L.Ac., O.M.D., Ph.D. is the first alumni of 1986 from Emperor’s college. Formerly trained in China, he speaks fluent Chinese and English. He presently specializes in the area of anti-aging. In addition to being a CEU provider for over 22 years and a CA state tutorial supervisor, he has also medically treated numerous martial arts masters, Hollywood stars and professional athletes.

Registration Fee: $50.00 Limited Enrollment for Practitioners, Alumni &amp Students:

Registration Deadline: February 10, 2015 by 5:00 PM

If you registered for the LIVE Webinar, please provide your email address. We will conduct a test a week before the scheduled date to make sure that everyone can attend. Any late model computers built within the last 5 years will be suitable for the webinar.

For further Information call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300, ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine

1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
TCM Medical Qi Kung Live ClassZee Lo, LAc, OMD, PhD

(9 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Sunday February 15, 2015

8AM - 5:30PM

Fee: $125 for
Practitioners, Alumni & Students
Registration Deadline Tuesday, February 10, 2015 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
TCM Medical Qi Kung Live Class
(9 CEUs – Category 1 – CAB Approved)

Instructor: Zee Lo, LAc, OMD, PhD
Please see www.drzeelo.com

Sunday February 15, 2015 – 8:00AM – 5:30PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 9040

This one day clinically oriented course is in two parts:

Part I - The development of Qi Kung from ancient times to the modern day (didactic).

Qi Kung is an important part of TCM as well as the Chinese culture. In this course, we will discuss the history of Qi Kung, its theory ad concepts, and how certain religions and movements have contributed to its development, and how it has permeated the Chinese culture throughout the ages. We will also introduce the different kinds of Qi Kung and the purposes of each. Finally, we will arrive at today's TCM medical Qi Kung and its clinical applications.

Part II - The applications of TCM Medical Qi Kung (practical).

After the morning didactic session, we will focus on the practical portion in the afternoon. The basic requirements for practicing internal and external Qi Kung will be introduced. We will be doing a few practical Qi Kung exercises as well as introducing the "Eight Pieces of Brocade", an ancient set of Qi Kung exercise that has gained popularity in the modern clinics. Finally, we will practice the basic TCM Zang organ Qi Kung exercises.


Students will come away with the following benefits: Easy to follow Qi Kung exercises which can benefit them and their patients. The basic movements of "The Eight Pieces of Brocade", and its benefits; the basic guidelines for practicing Qi Kung; Precautions and contra-indications.

Zee Lo, L.Ac., O.M.D., Ph.D. is the first alumni of 1986 from Emperor’s college. Formerly trained in China, he speaks fluent Chinese and English. He presently specializes in the area of anti-aging. In addition to being a CEU provider for over 22 years and a CA state tutorial supervisor, he has also medically treated numerous martial arts masters, Hollywood stars and professional athletes.

Registration Fee: $50.00 Limited Enrollment for Practitioners, Alumni &amp Students: 100.00

Registration Deadline: February 10, 2015 by 5:00 PM

For further Information call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300, ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine

1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

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Medical Qi GongDavid Twicken

(4.0 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Sunday February 22, 2015
1:00PM – 5:00PM

Fee: $65 for CEU credit and $50 for all others
Registration Deadline Tuesday, February 17, 2015 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Medical Qi Gong Workshop
(4 CEUs – Category 1 – Pending CAB Approval)
Instructor: David Twicken, DOM, LAc
Sunday, February 22, 2015 – 1:00PM – 5:00PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

This medical qi gong workshop introduces the theory and practice of the healing sounds and the microcosmic orbit qi gong.

The healing sounds are one of the oldest qi gong practices. Two significant Chinese medical practitioners recommended practicing them: Sun Si-Miao and Tao Hongjing. This practice clears the organs and channels from heat, stress, blockages and stagnations, as well as energizes the organs. The healing sounds follow the creation cycle flow. The healing sounds transform unfavorable emotions to their natural virtues. The theory of emotions is based on Chapter 5 of the Sun Wen: The Manifestation of Yin and Yang from the Macrocosm and the Microcosm. You will learn reducing and reinforcing methods. This practice is simple to learn and easy and fun to practice. The healing sounds can be practiced sitting and standing and is a simple and effective qui gong for yourself and your patients.

The microcosmic orbit is a foundation meditation. The microcosmic orbit is the circuit comprised of the Ren and Du channels. This meditation enhances the flow of qi in the Ren and Du channels, the major channels that flow up the back and down the front of the body. These two channels have a strong influence on all the channels in the body and are essential for building vitality and rejuvenating the body. It also balances the Yin and Yang energies of the body to restore health and well-being.

The healing sounds and the microcosmic orbit meditations compliment any exercise and cultivation practice, for example, yoga, tai chi chuan and other qi gong practices.

Dr. David Twicken, DOM, L.Ac. A faculty member at Emperors College since 1994, David has taught Acupuncture courses, Philosophy of Oriental Medicine, Tai Chi Chuan, Medical Qi Gong, Feng Shui, I Ching, Chinese Astrology, Medical History, and is a clinic supervisor. David specializes in the Taoist Arts and has written a variety of books, including Treasures of Tao, Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology, Introduction to Qi Men Dun Jia, Chinese Medical Astrology, I Ching Acupuncture: The Balance Method, The Eight Extraordinary Channels, A Manual for Clinical Applications and Nei Dan Inner Mediation. His new book: The Divergent Channels, will be released in July 2014. David teaches Taoist Arts internationally and is in private practice in Los Angeles, California.

Limited seating, please register early
No Registration Deadline
Practitioner Fee: $65.00 (CEU Fee)
All others: $50 (non-CEU Fee)

For Information call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300, ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
Mindful Medicine: Strengthening Communication between Providers & Patients Through Awareness TechniquesSeanna Sifflet

(7.0 CEUs - Category 1 - Pending CAB Approval)
Saturday & Sunday March 7th & 8th, 2015

9AM - 5PM

Standard Fee: $350
Alumni Fee: $250
Registration Deadline Tuesday, March 3, 2015 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Mindful Medicine: Strengthening Communication between
Providers and Patients through Awareness Techniques
(7.0 CEUs – Category 1 – Pending CA Acupuncture Board Approval)
Instructors: Seanna Sifflet and Brady Ovson
Saturday and Sunday, March 7 & 8, 2015 – 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Mindful medicine teaches the healer to heal themselves. “Healing thyself” is a key ingredient to better assist in the healing process of others. Within mindful medicine we use tools to help access the various aspects of an individual- the mind, body, and emotional well being to bring greater awareness of all the different dynamics occurring within a treatment. Creating a sense of mindful awareness within your practice helps to strengthen the level of communication and connection between you and your patient. Creating a greater awareness of how your thoughts, feelings and emotions influence the way in which you connect with your patients gives you a greater ability to connect at a deeper level with even the subtle issues that may be occurring within the room. A deeper connection with patients increases your empathy, compassion, and ability to hold space for whatever issue may be happening in our patients’ lives.
Seanna Sifflet, Lac, MSW, co-founder of The holding-space, integrates her expertise in Eastern medicine with mindful awareness and other treatment modalities to bring better balance and healing to her patients. She currently treats a full schedule of patients as Staff Acupuncturist with ONE Medical Group in Manhattan. She has reached many people through her personal lecture and workshop series, helping both individuals and businesses achieve better communication and enhanced quality of life through mindful awareness. She holds Master Degrees in both Chinese Medicine and Social Work and has professional experience as a Medical Social Worker at St. Luke’s Hospital in New York City. Seanna has observed the effects of mindful awareness within her own practice. Seanna knows that addressing the mind and body holistically produces optimal healing results. Seanna’s friends and colleagues describe her as having a positive, calming, and grounded energy. She describes herself as being light hearted and a big laugher.

Brady Ovson, co-founder of Theholding-space, has been an educator and actor for the past 15 years. Brady holds a Master’s in Theatre Education with an emphasis in communities from New York University. He studied in Brazil under internationally renowned Theatre of the Oppressed creator Augusto Boal where he facilitated workshops in hospitals and prisons. He has been a K-12 teacher and has facilitated movement and awareness workshops in universities, secondary schools, hospitals, and prisons. He spent years facilitating movement, breath work, and improvisational skills workshops within the New York State Correctional Facilities to improve self awareness, communication skills, connection, and authentic power. His work has been aimed toward bringing people to a better place of connection and communication through greater self and group awareness. He believes that life is one big improvisation and that when we’re open to one of life’s most important rules of saying “yes”, that life rewards us in ways beyond our imagination. He is a proud father that loves nothing more than playing and laughing with his family.

Standard Registration: $350.00
Emperor’s College Alumni: $250.00

Registration Deadline: Tuesday, March 3, 2015 by 5:00pm
Late Registration Fee: $40.00

For Information call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300, ext. 128, or email alisa@emperors.edu.

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
Continuing Education Coordinator
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check
Fertility, Functional Medicine and TCM, Pt., 6
SIX-PART SERIES WITH A BASHA HEALTH CERTIFICATION AT COMPLETION OF ALL SIX PARTS. REGULAR CEU CERTIFICATION AFTER EACH PART.
Raman Basha

(15.0 CEUs - Category 1 - CAB Approved)
Saturday & Sunday March 28th & 29th, 2015

9AM - 5PM

Standard Fee: $350
Alumni Fee: $295
Registration Deadline Tuesday, March 24, 2015 by 5:00 pm

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
CEP-047
Fertility & TCM – Advanced Case Studies
Six-Part Seminar Series with a Basha Health Certification at completion of all six parts
(15 CEUs per part – Category 1 – Pending CA Acupuncture Board Approval)
Instructor: Raman Basha, LAc, DAOM Fellow
Part 6, Saturday & Sunday, March 28 & 29, 2015 – 9:00AM – 5:30PM
Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Participants will explore the etiologies of this growing problem in our society. We will contrast Western vs functional medicine vs the Eastern medicine model in terms of etiologies, treatment, long-term management and outcomes. Emphasis will be placed on advanced case studies. Participants will by the end of this course attain proficiency in the following areas: differential diagnosis from the Western functional medicine and TCM perspectives.

Raman Basha, LAc, DAOM Fellow, has a staggering 40,000 treatments and 35 years experience in terms of clinical experience in Alternative Medicine. Based in San Diego, he travels nationally and internationally 25% of the time, lecturing on TCM and Alternative Medicine and conducting mobile clinics. Basha is also a 25-year Veteran Astanga Yoga Practitioner, having led Yoga workshops across the U.S. and in seven countries.

No Walk-In Registration
Limited seating, please register early

Standard Registration: $350 for the 2-day seminar
Emperor’s College Alumni: $295 for the 2-day seminar
Attendees of the entire six weekends will be given an exam and subsequent Basha Health Certification some time after the last class. Regular CEU certification after each class.
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 by 5:00pm
Late Registration Fee: $40.00

For Information, please call Alisa Daniels at 310-453-8300 ext. 128 or email alisa@emperors.edu

Please mail registration form and check to:

Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing one week prior to the first class meeting. All refund requests will be processed after the commencement of the seminar. A $35 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. ECTOM reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment.

Payment method: Visa MasterCard Check