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Tung Acupunture Courses by Susan Johnson

D R Events is proud to host Susan Johnson's visit to the UKin order to teach Master Tung’s legendary Acupuncture system. Master Tung Ching-Chang has been referred to as “The greatest acupuncture technician who ever lived.”

He was a traditional Chinese physician from Shandong Province, China and was famous for the miraculous and spontaneous results he would often obtain using just a few needles distally & contralaterally. He often treated very large numbers of people a day.

The unique Tung points and imaging theories used in Master Tung’s system are not based upon syndrome differentiation but trace their origin to the Nei Jing. We can trace this system over 600 years but some sources state that it is more than 1500 years old. As this is a oral tradition handed down for many generations, its influence may be wider than is known about. Only in recent years do we have the written resources that we have now.

First & only time to learn the practical Tung Advanced in the UK/Europe and Best of Tung in the UK

To see some of what you can learn at our coming seminars go to Youtube clips

The Tung's Advanced 2014 dates are 17th-19th October 2014 in Liverpool,UK.

This will be a complete teaching of disease point combinations,advanced theory, advanced cupping and needling/Bleeding demonstrations, please refer to the Tung's Advanced Course page for further details on the courses.

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The Best of Master Tung's Magic Points 2014 dates are 11th-12th October 2014 in Reading, UK

Please view the Best of Tung page for details of the weekend training.


This is a rare opportunity to learn the Tung points, theory and needle techniques with Susan Johnson who has over 25 years of using and teaching this style of Acupuncture, for more information please click here to email Denise Rowe at D R Events.




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