ONTAKE FOR MERIDIAN THERAPY AND TOYOHARI PRACTITIONERS ON DEMAND
The Ontake Method uses a Japanese moxibustion tool made of bamboo filled with burning moxa wool to roll, tap and lightly press on the meridians. The rhythmic application of heat and pressure, especially on the back, consolidates the pulse and, working with the root treatment, can trigger rapid shifts in patients’ body condition and mood.
This highly enjoyable two-hour recorded webinar explores Ontake’s origins in Japan, with an overview of historical and contemporary uses. Using numerous short video clips, dynamic presentations, and frequent breaks for questions and reflection, students learn how to load and light Ontake and contrast the different application methods for deficient and excess areas along channels.
In this highly practical introductory two-hour, you will learn:
(1) How to load, light and extinguish Ontake
(2) Protocols to augment the root treatment
(3) Protocols for assessing the lustre of the skin and balancing kyo and jitsu with Ontake
(4) A simple routine for treating the back to consolidate the pulse
Oran Kivity also has another short course called Ontake 101. What’s the difference between that one and this one?”
This webinar re-presents the Ontake 101 information in a live setting with participants’ questions and answers, focusing on treating the back instead of treating midline pain. This one is two hours; Ontake 101 is one hour.
Depending on your preference and approach, you should choose either this module or Ontake 101.
Discover the origins or Ontake, and theoretical models for its application.
Learn how to load, light and extinguish Ontake.
Assess the lustre of the skin and balance deficiency / excess (kyo and jitsu) with Ontake.
Apply a protocol to augment the root treatment of Meridian Therapy or Toyohari.
Adapt a simple protocol for treating the back to consolidate the pulse.
All the lessons are in English and supported with detailed videos, slides and worksheets. All you need to get started is an Ontake (check out the shop)