We are very excited to bring to you this unique opportunity to train with the Dr. Yuhong David Xie, who was awarded Doctorate in medicine in the field of Acupuncture and Qigong Tuina by Nanjing University of TCM in China.
Sunday 3rd September 2017, 10:30am – 4:30pm, £100
At the ‘Shulan College of Chinese Medicine’, 514 Parrs Wood Rd, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 5QA
Ling Gui Ba Fa , The Eight Magic Turtle Techniques (also called Extra Meridians Na Jia Fa). To select the points on the 8 Extra Meridians in accord with the day to match the Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches in the Chinese calendar — just use the 8 acupoints on the 12 Primary .
What does the name “Eight Magic Turtle Techniques” mean? These techniques use 8 Extra Meridians, 8 Hui Acupoints which match to 8 Divination Symbols (Bagua, or Pagua, or Pakua) — Taiji (Taichi) Yin-Yang Symbol is in the center of Bagua from Taoism. Bagua was named from the great book of I Ching — the Book of Changes, and said to be born on the Magic Turtle’s back at the dawn of time. A detailed Bagua Chart is used as the map of Feng Shui for direction, and to remedy the problems in your body, your home, office, and aid your health and all situations in your life.
The difference between Na Jia Fa and the Eight Magic Turtle Techniques is that the Eight Magic Turtle points are on the 8 Extra Meridians but connected to the 12 Primary Meridians; and there are just 8 Hui Acupoints totally in this system.