1.5 Hour Class
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Brightness and dullness are primary qualities of the San Jiao and Liver in Saam. These qualities are easily seen in the eyes if you know what you are looking for. This class will help you filter out the factors that skew your ability to evaluate the eyes correctly.
We will look at over 50 pictures that have been graded for brightness and dullness by Toby Daly. This class will help you calibrate your observation instrument with his.
Prerequisite: Introduction to Saam Acupuncture with Toby Daly.
|White Pine Circle Members
|Inner Circle /
Saam Mentorship Members
1.5 credits NCCAOM (Pending for Course, Provider #287)
This course has been approved by the California Acupuncture Board, Provider Number 679, for 1.5 hours of continuing education.
This course is non-refundable.
Kristin is Toby Daly's teaching assistant for Saam Acupuncture. She was the original moderator for the Saam forum on Qiological.com for 2 years where she helped guide many students through cases and the basics of Saam practice. She has attended or watched 6+ Saam intro courses and all of the other Saam educational offerings. She observed Toby in action in several clinical experiences and has had private mentorship from him.
She graduated from PCOM San Diego in 1999 and has been practicing in southeastern Massachusetts since. Before Saam, She practiced in the traditions of Kiiko Matsumoto, Wang Ju-Yi, and also received sports medicine acupuncture certification with Matt Callison.
Kristin has been studying with Sharon Weizenbaum for as long as she has been practicing. Currently, she is taking the GMP for the third time. Sharon’s method of seeing elemental/physical physiology and pathology informs Kristin's understanding and practice of Saam. She is interested in continuing to explore the overlaps, while noting where Sharon’s method and Saam seeing differ in terms or orientation.