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SYLLABUS: SANSTHAN TRAINING COURSES

Basic Acupressure Training – 1 (Chinese Acupressure)
Duration – 5 days

Subjects:

  1. What is acupressure?
  2. Concept of yin and yang.
  3. Concept of physical and metaphysical.
  4. Five element theory.
  5. Organ clock
  6. Concept and definition of meridian.
  7. Fourteen Chinese meridians.
  8. Some important points – distal points, organ source point, xi-cleft points,alarm points, emergency points, etc.
  9. Some important diseases and their treatment:–
    • Single point treatment
    • Multiple point treatment
  10. General precautions.
  11. Solar plexus.
  12. Spinal column & spinal cord.
  13. Correspondence system.
  14. Important body organs and their correspondence on palm & sole.
  15. Treatment through correspondence.
  16. Byol meridian chart.
     

Reference Books:

  1. A Treatise on Advance Acupressure/Acupuncture - Part I    –    M. P. Khemka
  2. Sujok Acupressure                                                                      –    J. P. Agarwal
  3. Manav Sharir Vigyan                                                                    –    Dr. G. C. Agarwal
  4. Rogi, Rog Evam Upcharak                                                        –    Dr. G. C. Agarwal
  5. Pink book (tables, charts & diagrams) OR Chinese Acupressure Treatment Hand Book – Vol. I
     
Basic Acupressure Training – 2 (Electro Acupuncture)
Duration – 3/5 days
Subjects:
  1. Concept of Chinese meridians.
  2. Concept of Electro Acupuncture According to Dr. Voll (EAV).
  3. Phases of diseases according to electro Acupuncture.
  4. Important points of electro acupuncture:–
    • Measurement points
    • Control measurement points
    • Reference points
    • Summation measurement points
    • Partial summation measurement points
    • Autonomic innervation points
    • Lymphatic drainage points
  5. Chinese meridians in view of electro acupuncture.
  6. Eight tissue meridians of electro acupuncture.
     

Reference Books:

  1. A Treatise on Advance Acupressure/Acupuncture - Part III    –    M. P. Khemka
  2. A Treatise on Advance Acupressure/Acupuncture - Part IV    –    M. P. Khemka
  3. Brown book
  4. Rogi Rog and Upcharak                                                              –     Dr. G. C. Agarwal
  5. Manav Sharir Vigyan                                                                     –     Dr. G. C. Agarwal
     
Basic Acupressure Training – 3 (Ayurvedic Acupressure)
Duration - 5 Days
Subjects:
  1. Concept of ayurveda & ayurvedic acupressure
  2. Samanya, vishesh
  3. Dravya, guna, karma
  4. Samavaya
  5. Ten origin theory, plotting of ten origins on fingers joints
  6. Ayurvedic shrots (meridians) – vertical, horizontal, spiral
  7. Mega meridians
  8. Plotting of organs on joints & phalanges
  9. Treatment according to ayurvedic acupressure
  10. Ayurvedic bio-clock
  11. Treatment protocols specially on joints & vertical meridians
     

Reference Books:

  1. Bhardwaj                                 –    J. P. Agarwal
  2. Agnivesh                                  –    J. P. Agarwal
  3. Rogi Rog and Upcharak       –    Dr. G. C. Agarwal
  4. Manav Sharir Vigyan              –    Dr. G. C. Agarwal

 

Basic Acupressure Training – 4 (Yogic Acupressure)
Duration – 3/5 Days
Subjects:
  1. Concept of yogic acupressure.
  2. Concept of chakras.
  3. Definition of acu point, meridians and chakra.
  4. Division of chakras:–
    • External chakras
    • Internal chakras
    • Regional chakras
    • Local chakras
  5. Treatment through chakras.
  6. Treatment protocols.
     

Reference Books:

Patanjali Yogic Acupressure (Hindi & English)        –    J. P. Agarwal

Advance Training - Electro Acupuncture According to Dr. Voll
Duration – 5 days

Reference Books:
  1. A Treatise on Advance Acupressure/Acupuncture - Part III    –   M.P. Khemka
  2. A Treatise on Advance Acupressure/Acupuncture - Part IV    –   M. P. Khemka
  3. A Treatise on Advance Acupressure/Acupuncture - Part V     –   M. P. Khemka
 
Advance Training - Chinese Acupuncture
(Special Reference to Eight Extra Ordinary Vessels)

Duration – 3 days
Reference Books:

A Treatise on Advance Acupressure/Acupuncture - Part VI    –    M.P. Khemka

 
Advance Training - Fundamentals of Chinese Acupuncture.
Duration – 5 days

Reference Books:
  1. A Treatise on Advance Acupressure/Acupuncture - Part II      –    M.P. Khemka
  2. A Treatise on Advance Acupressure/Acupuncture - Part VII    –    M.P. Khemka

 
Advance Training - Traditional Chinese Diagnosis System (Tongue diagnosis)
Duration – 3 days

Reference Books:

A Treatise on Advance Acupressure/Acupuncture - Part XVIII    –    M.P. Khemka
 
Advance Training - Ayurvedic Acupuncture
(Digestive System & Excretory System Disorders)

Subjects:

Digestive system & excretory system disorders and their treatment with special reference to diseases like indigestion, inflammation, any type of hemorrhage, gastritis, peptic ulcer, hepatitis, diarrhea, cholera, tuberculosis, hepatomegaly, splenomegaly, cardiomegaly, low immune profile, chronic coughing, irritable bowel syndrome, colon polyps, colon cancer, appendicitis, constipation, piles, fistula, fissure, jaundice, cirrhosis of liver, cholelithiasis, carcinoma of gall bladder, urine retention, incontinence, renal stone, hydronephrosis, amoebiasis, kidney failure.


Reference Books:
  1. Charak Ayurvedic Acupressure - Part - I    –    J.P. Agrawal
  2. Hippocrates Ayurvedic Acupressure          –    J.P. Agrawal

 
Advance Training - Ayurvedic Acupuncture
(Circulatory System Disorders)

Subjects:
   

Circulatory system, disorders related to circulatory system and their treatment with special reference to disease like arterial blockage, frozen shoulder, polio, sclerosis, necrosis, joint diseases, cerebral palsy, mental retardation.


Reference Books:
  1. Charka Ayurvedic Acupressure - Part I    –    J.P. Agrawal
  2. Dhanwantari Ayurvedic Acupressure       –    J.P. Agrawal
     
Advance Training - Ayurvedic Acupuncture
(Nervous System Disorders)

Subjects:


Nervous system and disorders related to brain & spinal cord and their treatment with special reference to diseases like slip disc, lumbago, lordosis, kyphosis, scoliosis, vertebral fracture, degeneration at various vertebral levels of spine, spondylitis lumbar and cervical both, sprain, sciatica pain, all types of neuralgias, teeth pain, headache, migraine, paresis, paralysis, numbness of toes & fingers, frozen shoulder, whiplash injury, traumatic pain, arthritis, joints pain, mental retardation, depression, cysts, lesions in various segments of brain, brain tumour, spine T.B. and all degenerative diseases of heads and spine.


Reference Books:
  1. Charka Ayurvedic Acupressure - Part I     –    J.P. Agrawal
  2. Charka Ayurvedic Acupressure - Part II    –    J.P. Agrawal
     
Long One Year Certificate Course - Level 1
Duration – 20 Weeks

Introduction:
  • Definition and concept of acupressure along with its history.
  • Meanings of acupressure, acupuncture, color, magnet and seed therapy.

Chinese Acupressure:
  • Theory of Yin-Yang.
  • Principles and concept of physical / metaphysical.
  • Theory of five-elements.
  • Biological clock.
  • Definition of meridians.
  • Introduction and details of fourteen Meridians.
  • Introduction to different acu points, their use and importance in treatment.
  • Introduction to byol meridians.
  • Treatment of solar plexus and spine.


Correspondence Theory:

  • Standard, insect, mini and animal correspondences (Sujok system).


Ayurvedic Acupressure:

  • Concept and interpretation of  Ayurved.
  • Tulyarthta.
  • Samanya - Vishesh.
  • Dravya, gun, karm.
  • Samvay.
  • Ten-origins and there plotting on fingers.
  • Ayurvedic vertical, horizontal and spiral meridians.
  • Mega meridians.
  • Plotting of different organs on joints of fingers.
  • Treatment by ayurvedic acupressure.
  • Ayurvedic bio-clock.
Long One Year Certificate Course - Level 2
Duration – 24 Weeks

Chinese Acupressure:
  • Eight guiding principles of Chinese acupressure.
  • Kinds of Qi and their imbalances.
  • Extra ordinary vessels.
  • Interpretation and analysis of Chinese meridians by Dr. Voll.
  • Time acupuncture.


Electro Acupuncture:

  • Eight tissue meridians discovered by Dr. Voll.
  • Eye-orbit meridians.


Yogic Acupressure:

  • Introduction of chakras.
  • Internal and external chakras.
  • Nail chakras.
  • Treatment through chakras.


Sujok Acupuncture:

  • Theory of six-qi.
  • Regional treatment.
  • Border and core meridians.
  • Eight origin theory.
  • Tri-origin theory.


Ayurvedic Acupressure:

  • Advance Ayurvedic Acupressure.
  • Classification of important organs on the basis of ten-origin theory.
  • Advanced study of Ayurvedic meridians.
  • Mega meridians - branch; normal and opposite flow.

 


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