Japanese Meridian Therapy and EV Treatment

JMT01_306x195-3Introduction to Japanese Meridian Therapy and EV Treatment

By Kazuto Miyawaki

Finally! For the first time in Dallas, we have an opportunity to learn Japanese Meridian Therapy and EV Treatment!

Japanese Meridian Therapy is known not only for the superb effect, but also its practicality. It’s so simple, yet so profound. One can study this technique for a life time. Meridian Therapy’s purpose is basically to balance Chi; pulse diagnosis is used for checking the effect. Meridian Therapy is used as root treatment, while Extraordinary Vessels Treatment is used for symptomatic treatment as it is known for its quick response. Utilizing both techniques prepares the practitioner for treatment of any type of problem that presents in the clinic.

In this course, we will learn the basics of both Japanese Meridian Therapy and EV treatment. It’s great for beginners as well as “experts” for brushing up their technique. Miyawaki Sensei is one of the best instructors to teach these techniques. He has been awarded the Kozato prize and is the head of Toyo Hari chapter. He also has written five books (in Japanese), which have been very well received by both students and practitioners.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity in Dallas. Since it is important to us that we provide the opportunity to learn up close, we have decided to limit the seminar to 30 people only.

Time: April 5th and 6th 2014

Place: Cooper Hotel-Conference Center

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12230 Preston Road, Dallas, TX 75230

(Saturday and Sunday) from 8:30 to 5:00

800-444-5187 (for hotel reservations only, mention “Japanese Meridian Therapy” for special rate)

Fee: $300 (for early registration 10% off until Dec. 31), payable to Preston Royal Clinic
We can accept credit card, check, or paypal (btakamatsu@hotmail.com)

For more information please contact Bunzo Takamatsu or Mary at:972-701-8755 or btakamatsu@hotmail.com

Preston Royal Clinic, 12700 Preston Rd. #255 Dallas, TX 75230

(15 credits approved byTexas CAE and NCCAOM )