Acupuncture CEU Events 2018-07-11T15:05:55+00:00

CEU events
sponsored by
Yo San University.

Ancient Wisdom | Modern Medicine at Yo San University

July, 2018

Sheri Jennings, BBA, MATCM, L.Ac., Dipl. OM:
Clinical Uses of CBD for Integrated Health

Saturday, July 28 @ 9:00 am to 2:00 p.m.

4 CEU’S Category 1, California Acupuncture Board approval
At Yo San University, 13315 W. Washington Blvd.  Los Angeles, 90066 

Increase your knowledge of Cannabidiol (CBD) products and how to apply them in your practice! Learn how to incorporate CBD products into your clinical practice. Understand the difference between THC, CBD, Hemp, Cannabis, herbal quality, legalities, interactions, side effects, dosing protocols, etc. As awareness and popularity of CBD continues to increase it’s important for acupuncturists to attain a solid understanding of the endocannabinoid system (ECS) as well as the exogenous cannabinoids along with the “Entourage Effect” and how it enables the body and brain to heal.

Sheri Jennings is a licensed acupuncturist, currently teaches herbal pharmacopoeia at Yo San University and has taught hundreds of students in her intensive CALE Webinar Series. In addition, she is the founder of Original Herb Farm, a CBD products company in Los Angeles. She has in-depth knowledge and experience with integrated uses of CBD treating pain, addiction, depression, insomnia, nausea, side effects of cancer treatments, anxiety, ADD, ADHD, etc.

Registration for this event:

Public $60     Yo San Faculty/Alumni/Student: $50

Download Registration Form and course information 

Registration Deadline:
Thursday, July 26, 2018 by 5:00 pm.

**Limited seating, please register soon!**

For more information, call or email Ashley at (310) 577-3000 ext. 117 or awren@yosan.edu

Ancient Wisdom | Modern Medicine at Yo San University

August, 2018

Vibrational Acupuncture: Integrating Tuning Forks with Needles

Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, L. Ac., M. S., M. M.
MichelAngelo, M. F. A., C. T. M.:

Start: August 24 @ 9:30 am
End: August 27 @ 6:30 pm
30 CEU (CA/NCCAOM)
At Yo San University, 13315 W. Washington Blvd.  Los Angeles, 90066 

Join this dynamic duo of sound healing, professional opera singers, with each with 30 years of experience as healers and musicians, for this innovative seminar that combines two powerful healing modalities – acupuncture needling, and vibrational bodywork with planetary tuning forks.

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Ancient Wisdom | Modern Medicine at Yo San University

September, 2018

The Relationship between Shen & Blood

Instructor: Art Hill, L.Ac.
September 16, Sunday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
8 CEU’S Category 1, California Acupuncture Board approved
At Yo San University, 13315 W. Washington Blvd.  Los Angeles, 90066 

This course will take you on a journey of deeper understanding of the relationship between Shen and blood. Arthur Hill, L.Ac. will examine and discuss the aspects and functions of the Shen and blood, organ systems involved and what is necessary for the Shen to be clear and stable. The course will look at the clinical yin and yang patterns of Shen disharmony that involve blood. After identifying these patterns, the course will cover acupuncture protocols and herbal formulations utilized to restore balance and harmony to the Shen, along with healthy lifestyle choices. Participants will leave with a better understanding of how disorders of the blood greatly affect the quality of the Shen and what tools to use to bring about a clear and fortified mind.
Arthur Hill is a graduate of Yo San University and licensed acupuncturist. He has been in practice for 13 years specializing in Shen disharmonies. He is also a Clinical Supervisor at Yo San University Blount Community Clinic..

Registration for this event:

Yo San Faculty/Alumni/Student: $95
Standard:$120

Download Registration Form / Flyer

Registration Deadline:
Thursday, September 13TH    by 5:00 pm.

Limited seating, please register early!
For more information, call or email Ashley at (310) 577-3000 ext. 117 or awren@yosan.edu

Ancient Wisdom | Modern Medicine at Yo San University