World Acupuncture 1st Birthday Gifts for new and old members

Welcome to our 1st Birthday celebrations,

If you are a current fully paid member of  World Acupuncture or join World Acupuncture prior to 1st October 2010  at and maintain membership, your fees will remain at the all time low rate of $9.95 per month for at least the next 12 months.

As of the 1st October all new memberships of world acupuncture will increase to $14.95 per month.

We believe this reflects the increased value of membership as our content library expands rapidly and rewards our loyal members for your much appreciated commitment to Acupuncture excellence.

To each and every student and practitioner who has joined us in this our first year I offer my heartfelt gratitude for your support and interest.
I trust the birthday goodies that we have cooked up below go someway towards demonstrating our gratitude.

As always I wish you prosperity through practice and look forward to your company as we put the pedal to the metal in our 2nd year.
All the Best,
Come and join us on our BRAND NEW forum and meet likeminded colleagues from all corners of the globe.

This month World Acupuncture turns one year old! It has been a hell of a ride and the team has enjoyed every minute of it. It has been fun and extremely rewarding to share the refined traditional skills of Japanese Acupuncture with you all.
Again, we want to reward our loyal early adopters! We’ve got lots of presents for you, and here they are:
That’s right: we’re increasing our content output by a whopping 50%! Six videos a month total. We’ll be providing even more quality and quantity!
Andrew, our videographer, has been hard at work converting all of our videos to high-quality MP4, which means sharper visuals. Additionally we have invested in better audio recording technology so that the sound will be crisper than ever! We are also looking at a lower-quality option to cater better to those with slow internet connections.
We’ve just invested in a massive upgrade for our forum system, bringing it up to the state of the art. Now our forums are much easier to use and have a cleaner interface. You can upload avatars, have signatures, use private messaging and have your own personal profile! Searching in the forums is now more robust too.
New subscribers after the 30th of September will pay $14.95 for access to World Acupuncture. However, if you are an existing member or take out a membership prior to the 1st October 2010 we’re keeping your subscription fees locked down at the low price of $9.95 for the next twelve months. You’ll have access to all of our upgrades and extra content at no extra charge!
Let’s get started with this month’s update! It’s a big un’…
VIDEO: Pathogenesis of Liver Excess In Japanese Acupuncture Theory: Posted 1/9/10
Learn more about how Liver Excess develops! The more you understand its pathogenesis, the better you are able to diagnose it at all the points in its progression.
VIDEO: Pathogenesis of Torticollis In Japanese Acupuncture Theory: Posted 1/9/10
Know your enemy! Neck problems are extremely common in clinic, and Alan explains how some of them develop.
VIDEO: Basic Principles of Abdominal Diagnosis in Japanese Acupuncture: Posted 7/9/10
In this video from the recent “Bridging the Gap” workshop, Alan provides a very basic introduction to abdominal palpation, with demonstration.
VIDEO: Treatment of Lung Deficiency With Japanese Acupuncture, Part 1: Posted 14/9/10
In this video series Alan diagnoses, treats and explains Lung deficiency in a patient. This first part focuses on theory and diagnosis. (Note: Link will become active on 14/9/10)
VIDEO: Treatment of Lung Deficiency With Japanese Acupuncture, Part 2: Posted 21/9/10
In this video series Alan diagnoses, treats and explains Lung deficiency in a patient. In this second part the root treatment is administered. (Note: Link will become active on 21/9/10)
VIDEO: Treatment of Lung Deficiency With Japanese Acupuncture, Part 3: Posted 28/9/10
In this video series Alan diagnoses, treats and explains Lung deficiency in a patient. The back treatment is administered in this video. (Note: Link will become active on 28/9/10)

Remember, a new shinkan is always up for grabs for the best forum post every month.
Adam, Andrew and Alan

About Alan

Alan Jansson is an internationally recognized teacher and practitioner of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture. As a staunch advocate of practically based workshops, Alan draws upon his 35 years clinical experience and 23 years post and undergraduate teaching. Alan has presented, convened and hosted more than 70 Traditional Japanese Acupuncture workshops in Australia, Europe, and USA.

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