Date: Saturday, July 19 – 21, 2019

Time: 9:00AM – 5:00PM MDT

Location:Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
283 Spadina Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M5T 1P1

Phone:  1-587-333-2368

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Develop your Heat Sensitive Moxibustion skills with Lecture, Hands-on Practice, and Public Clinic. See our previously Heat Sensitive Moxa Seminar TorontoEdmontonStudents Review )

Fees – Level I:

  • Practitioner / General Public: $800.00
    • Early Birds: $600.00 (Register before July 1, 2019)
  • Students: $600.00
    • Students Early Birds: $400 (Register before July 1, 2019)
  • Retake: Free for previously certified level 1 students

Fees – Level 1.5

  • Free for previously certified level 1 students

What is Heat Sensitive Moxibustion and What makes it so Revolutionary?

Heat Sensitive Moxibustion System is a self-sustained treatment method within Traditional Chinese Medicine which has its own unique theories including moxa-points, moxa-point detection methods, moxa Qi sensation, treatment techniques, structured treatment protocols and dynamic flexibility and integration with other aspects of TCM.

Did you know:

Moxibustion can be performed with minimal odour and smoke?

Moxibustion has its unique points, that differ from acupuncture points?”

Moxibustion has its independent theories not taught in TCM Universities, yet?”

Moxibustion has its unique sensations, both local and distal?”

Moxibustion can clear Heat?”

Moxibustion is a complete treatment system, not an adjunct to acupuncture?

Course Overview:

This three-day seminar is a comprehensive training course design to teach students the essential theories within Heat Sensitive Moxibustion. Students will learn a brief history of moxibustion and the formation of the Heat Sensitive Moxibustion system. Moxa-point detection and theory will be emphasized with hands-on practice using patented smoke and odour eliminating technology. It is essential that students become familiar with moxa-Qi sensations and how to achieve them on actual people.

The course will then shift focus to the treatment of the following sixteen major conditions:

  • Functional Constipation
  • Bronchial Asthma
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Primary Dysmenorrhea
  • Chronic PID
  • Impotence
  • Chronic Prostatitis
  • Facial Paralysis
  • Post- Herpetic Neuralgia
  • Functional Indigestion
  • Insomnia
  • Allergic Rhinitis
  • Cervical Spondylosis
  • Lumbar Disc Herniation
  • Periarthritis of the Shoulder
  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee

An in-depth analysis of TCM syndromes, moxa-points, treatment strategies and treatment plans will be discussed for each disease. Students will have abundant opportunities to ask questions about the conditions and also share personal experiences and difficulties encountered with previous case files.

Day three of the course will focus on moxibustion treatments where the students will become the intern doctors for volunteer patients under the careful guidance of moxibustion experts.


The Founder and Innovator of Heat Sensitive Moxibustion Dr. Chen Rixin

Dr. Chen Rixin is the executive director of the China Association of Acupuncture, a nationally renowned professor of Chinese medicine, and the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine key research director for moxibustion and the founder of the Heat Sensations Moxibustion System. Dr. Chen has long been engaged in acupoint sensitization and moxibustion therapy research and has published 106 papers in the last 5 years. In 2015 he was awarded a prize by State National Science and Technology Progress.

Presenter Dr. Dennis Lee

Dr. Dennis Lee is the Co-President of the Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACATCM) and the Director of the Moxacology Institute of North America (MINA) and is considered the leading North American expert in Heat Sensitive Moxibustion. He is a highly sought-after lecturer in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and has been inspiring students and professionals around the world for seventeen years. Having a unique integrated background in both Western sciences and Chinese Medicine Dr. Lee has a very unique approach to lecturing and clinical practice.

About Level 1.5 Seminar

June 24 2019 9am to 5pm

MINA is excited to invite all of our previous and current Level 1 students to a unique forum we like to call our .5 series. These classes are designed to offer a refresher to previously learned course content, update past students on new developments in our original course, open the floor to clinical cases treated with HSM, and discuss the successes and challenges faced with this unique treatment system.

We encourage everyone to bring any open or closed cases you have treated with HSM and share them with the group and course instructors.

We will also discuss standards, strategies and models with our experts and help to ensure your continued success with HSM.

1.5 Outline

  • Review of HSM system (Why “system” and not modality)
  • Review Clinical cases and discuss outcomes
  • Strategies to maximize the application of HSM for patient improvement and retention
  • Introduction and explanation of the SNAPTCM Moxapeutic devices
  • SNAPTCM certification for moxibustion clinics, what does it take and why it matters (competency, transparency, quality)
  • Q&A with the founder Dr. Chen RiXin
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