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TCM Treatment of Pediatrics with Raven Lang, L.Ac. OMD

In-Person Seminar & Live Webinar at Mayway

Part One: October 27-28, 2018 (Sat-Sun)
Part Two: November 10-11, 2018 (Sat-Sun)

  • In-person Seminar & Live Webinar: 9:00am-5:00pm PST each day

Location

In-Person: Mayway Headquarters, 1338 Mandela Parkway, Oakland, CA 94607
Online: Via simultaneous live streaming webinar broadcast

CEUs

In Person Seminar & Webinar
  • Approved for 28 CEUs in Category 1 by CA Acupuncture Board, Provider #680. (14 per weekend)
  • Approved for 28 PDAs in AOM-BIO by the NCCAOM, Provider #683. (14 per weekend)

Cost Per Weekend

$450 In-Person Seminar L.Ac. / Practitioner $425 Early bird rate through Sept 24th
$375 Live Webinar L.Ac. / Practitioner $350 Early bird rate through Sept 24th
$300 In-Person Seminar Student (no CEUs)  
$250 Live Webinar Student (no CEUs)  

**PACKAGE DEAL: $50 OFF** Add both weekends to your order to receive $50 off your shopping cart. Discount will automatically apply at checkout. You may mix and match live webinar and in-person class.

Register Now - space is limited and our courses frequently sell out.
Login to your Mayway account or signup for a new customer account to purchase.
Questions? See our FAQ information below, call 800-262-9929, or email us at [email protected]

Cancellation

Mayway will refund 80% of the course fees if the cancellation is at least two weeks before the start of the class, none thereafter.

Coupons

Paid attendees will receive a $50 product discount coupon towards a $100 purchase of Plum Flower®, Bamboo Pharmacy®, and Min Shan® brand products. Use of coupon or purchase of Mayway herbal products is not required to attend a Mayway sponsored educational event.

Raven with Baby

About the Class

This special two-part course focuses on Shonishin, needling and acupressure techniques for children, as well as herbal prescriptions for many common pediatric conditions. Raven will cover conditions that are well within the scope of TCM treatment and which respond well and quickly to TCM. Learn how to discern what is normal in children, what can be addressed with TCM, and when to refer to an allopathic physician. Understand how to teach parents to care for their children so that they can be the first pediatrician in their child’s health care and act with knowledge and confidence. Case histories and stories related to each pediatric condition will be presented from Raven’s 30+ years of clinical practice.

Weekend One
  • Shonishin tools, treatment methods and clinical tips
  • Fevers in babies and children
  • Baby ailments, such as neonatal jaundice, colic & teething
  • Respiratory issues, such as common cold, ear infections, allergies & asthma
  • Live in-house Shonishin demonstrations on children*
Weekend Two
  • Brief review of Shonishin
  • Digestive issues, such as indigestion, stomach pain, diarrhea & vomiting
  • Skin conditions, such as hive, urticaria & impetigo
  • Hyperactivity and related issues
  • Live in-house Shonishin demonstrations on children*
*Due to the unpredictability of children and the challenges of filming them live, webinar attendees will view clearly shot pre-recorded Shonishin demonstrations of similar content.

Shonishin is the Japanese form of acupuncture and acupressure that has traditionally been used for babies and children and continues to be used throughout Japan. Shonishin is a gentle form of acupuncture that is effective, quick, easy to do, and is well received by children. It is traditionally used once a month to maintain wellness, but it is also effectively used to treat numerous conditions that are common in childhood.

Register Now - space is limited and our courses frequently sell out.
Login to your Mayway account or signup for a new customer account to purchase.
Questions? See our FAQ information below, call 800-262-9929, or email us at [email protected]

Instructor: Raven Lang, L.Ac. OMD

Raven is a popular and well-respected instructor, having specialized in TCM treatment of women and pediatric patients for over 30 years. She has been teaching about natural childbirth for nearly 50 years and wrote the first book on home birth as well as opening the first birth center in North America in 1972. She worked as a midwife, founding the first non-medical midwifery school and in 1982 began to study TCM. a year later was blessed with a three-year apprenticeship with Dr. Miriam Lee, a nurse midwife from China and one of the first licensed acupuncturists in California. Raven incorporates her knowledge of midwifery, mothering, and traditional medicine (both American and Asian) in her work and brings a wealth of experience to those she serves. Now retired, Raven practiced TCM in Santa Cruz, California for over 30 years.

Class FAQs

Materials
An illustrated handout for this course is provided for all attendees (webinar attendees will receive materials via email prior to the course date).

CE Certificates
In-Person attendees may drop off evaluations and collect their certificates after completion of the course. Webinar attendees will receive an email with the course evaluation and their certificates will be emailed on receipt of the evaluation.

In-Person Attendees

Directions, Parking & Transit: Mayway is located at 1338 Mandela Parkway. Directions to our building are here. Off-street free parking for this event will be available in a guarded lot in front of Auto-Chlor, across the street from Mayway. To prevent theft, please do not leave belongings visible in your car. West Oakland is the closest BART station, about a 10-minute walk away or you can take a taxi or Uber/Lyft from the station to Mayway. Directions can be found here.

WiFi: Unfortunately, wifi is not available to seminar attendees. 

Lunch Breaks: Coffee, tea and snacks will be provided by Mayway. Your are welcome to bring your own lunch (we have a small refrigerator available) or eat at one of the many local restaurants. Restaurant map

Accommodations: If you are coming from out of town, please see our list of area hotels.

Webinar Attendees

Attendance: Webinar attendees must log in to receive CEU/PDA credit. This is a live broadcast and online participants are encouraged to submit questions for the instructor during the broadcast for case examples and clarification. Attendance will be checked and verified.

Technical Requirements: The webinar is web-based or it can be viewed using an app. Fast internet connection such as DSL or cable is highly recommended. Sound on your device is required. You can test and troubleshoot your connection here.

Logging on: You will receive a registration email at least 7 days prior to the course date. Please use the link to register for the webinar when you receive the email. Once completed, you will receive a second email with a link to join the webinar. We recommend that you download the software at that time or at least 10 minutes prior to the start of the class to ensure you have enough time to complete the software setup process before the class begins.

Questions during class:  You may ask the instructor questions during the webinar by typing them into the chat box in the webinar software. Depending on the instructor's preferences, questions may be held until later in the class. The instructor will read your question out loud to benefit all attendees.

Recording: A recording of the webinar will be available to all webinar attendees. Post course editing may take up to 7 days. You will be emailed a link at that point and the recording will be accessible to you for 2 weeks from the date of the email.