September 19 and 20
Sante Fe, NM
The Santa Fe Women’s Club
15 NCCAOM continuing education credits pending
Hari is a ki-based form of Traditional Japanese Meridian Therapy (keiraku-chiryo). Hari uses subtle diagnostic and needling techniques to balance ki flow in the body leading to subtle, yet powerful, changes in the patient’s system by bringing the primary channels into balance.
This seminar will cover the fundamental concepts of Hari diagnosis and treatment, including: pulse diagnosis, hara (abdominal) diagnosis, channel palpation, tonifying and dispersive needling techniques, point selection and location, and how to formulate a basic root treatment in the Hari system. The foundational concepts behind ki therapy and introductory ki breathing and movement practices will also be discussed and practiced. This seminar is an excellent opportunity for new students to receive an introduction to Hari-style treatment as well as a chance for senior students to review the essential components of this style of acupuncture.
About the Instructor:
Ehrland Truitt is a 19-year Hari practitioner and the Executive Director of the High Desert Hari Society. He has studied with T. Koei Kuwahara Sensei since 2001 and has been an assistant teacher for the Hari seminar series since 2002. Ehrland is a former clinical supervisor and assistant professor at the International Institute of Chinese Medicine and Southwest Acupuncture College. He has traveled to Japan, Peru, Ecuador, and Nepal to study acupuncture, moxibustion, and traditional herbal medicine. Ehrland is a founding member of the High Desert Hari Society and currently maintains a private practice in Santa Fe, NM.
Saturday, September 19: Introduction to the framework of Hari meridian therapy including diagnosis, treatment, and self-cultivation techniques.
Sunday, September 20: Ki breathing and movement practice and practicum in small groups using the Kozato feedback method.
Saturday and Sunday, 9/19-9/20 – 9:00am – 5:30pm with a one-hour lunch
$300.00 for professionals
$250.00 for students
(credit card payments will incur a 3% convenience fee)
• For cancellations made on or before August 22 – Full Refund*
• For cancellations made after August 22 – No Refund
*Credit card convenience fees are non-refundable