Acutonics® Elective: NSEV: Non Somatic Extraordinary Vessel - Online - Zoom and Google Classroom
Times: PACIFIC TIME
Saturday 30th, 2021
8 am to 12 noon (with 2 breaks)
1 hour lunch break (12-1pm)
1pm to 5 pm (with 2 breaks)
Sunday 31st, 2021 - As Saturday
Monday February 1st, 2021
12 pm to 3 pm
1 and 1/2 hrs of a Q & A session to be arranged 2 weeks from the end of the class
NSEV or Non Somatic Extraordinary Vessel is a comprehensive model exploring acupuncture's Eight Extraordinary Vessels for cultivation, wellness and clinical care. Developed by Oriental Medical Doctor Daniel Atchison-Nevel, NSEV was originally designed for acupuncturists, massage therapists, energy healers, and healthcare professionals. Over the years, this modality has expanded its original reach and is now taught all over the world to all individuals seriously interested in the personal and collective healing process. A background in Chinese medicine and Acutonics Integrative Medicine is not required to attend this class. However, this course is considered as an elective in the Acutonics Certification Program.
During the class, you will learn new tools and a new language for healing that beautifully integrates with Acutonics. We will look at the theoretical foundations of the modality, diagnostics and treatment strategies and focus on the use of Sound Healing Acutonics. Personal cultivation and wellness care are important and intrinsic parts of the NSEV modality and it will be emphasized.
Alicia Villamarin PhD, AP will be presenting this modality and guiding this immersion in the Eight Extraordinary Vessels. Alicia is a Nationally Board Certified Acupuncture Physician and a senior Acutonics and NSEV teacher. Alicia uses this NSEV perspective work in her personal and professional life. She has been studying the 8 extraordinary vessels with Dan for 10 years, 4 of those years she spent them working directly under his supervision to successfully merge Acutonics into the NSEV practice. She has been teaching 8 Extraordinary NSEV since 2014 in the USA but most importantly, she has brought those teachings (and Acutonics!) to remote rural regions all over the world with her colleague and co-founder of the NGO The Wu Project, Dr Maria Rosa Romero.