Using Face Reading as a Diagnostic Tool.
Overview of Face Reading and it’s importance as a diagnostic tool in clinic. The face is a very valuable tool to help us understand the physiology of the body. This ancient technique used in Chinese Medicine for thousands of years not only helps us understand someone’s health but also their personality, likes and dislikes, abilities and passions. If you look at the eyebrows we can see how the liver and gall bladder organs are doing, we can see issues with the spine like back pain on the nose as well as how the Pancreas is dealing with sugar. The temple area can tell us how someone is doing with medication or suffering with depression and the philtrum is the area that reveals our fertility and creativity.
Age Map: Past, Present, and Future Health. Jing Markers and their importance for (understanding patient’s health?)
Shen (our Spirit): how to identify in eyes, skin, hands and other features and how this relates to treatment success and outcome.
Sides of Face: Significance of the right and left sides of the face in health.
Facial Features: Understanding the features and how they correspond to the 5 Elements and their connection to health
Lines and Colour of the Face: Identifying the emotional markers on the face like lines, and looking at changes in colors on the face and their meaning in relationship to depression, disease and potential illnesses.
Diet and Lifestyle: How our diet and lifestyle impacts our health and where they reflect on the face.
Readings: On the Sunday afternoon we will have some patients come for a reading so you can put into practic what you have learnt.
Lecturer: Deirdre Courtney
Deirdre Courtney is the Education Director of the Lotus Institute Inc. USA, Master Face Reading Program since 2013.
Deirdre Courtney is an internationally known lecturer and teacher specializing in Facial Diagnosis and Face Reading, Yang Sheng, Chinese Nutrition and Herbs. She is the Education Director of the Lotus Institute, Inc. USA since 2013 and has a private practice in Dublin Ireland. She has worked as an Acupuncturist, Herbalist and Nutritional Counselor for 27 years and was previously a Chef specialising in health foods for over 39 years. She has a Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Yo San University and her book, Nourishing Life the Yang Sheng Way has just been published by Singing Dragon
This workshop is open to all practitioners including:
Acupuncturists, Herbalists, Osteopaths, Reflexologists, Doctors, Chiropractors, Psychologist, Physiotherapist etc:
Hours of Lecture time: 14 (14 CPD points)
Venues and Dates
Dublin : October 19th and 20th 2019
Royal Marine Hotel Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin Ireland
Registration begins at 8.30am.
Start 9am -Break: 11-11.30 – Lunch: 2-3pm – Finish: 6pm
Prices (below) include tea, coffee and snacks.
Full refund if canceled before 11th October 2019 less Paypal fee.
Cancelations after 11th October and 24 hours before workshop – refund less €70 (booking and administration fee)
The Hotel are doing a discount up till the 6th of September.
Saturday, October 19th, 2019 – 5 Rooms
€155 per single occupancy room per night inclusive of taxes and breakfast.
€170 per double occupancy room per night inclusive of taxes and breakfast.
The following code has been allocated for the block of bedrooms and can be used by guests to reserve bedrooms at the above discounted rates: 2240706
Guests looking to make reservations can do so by:
Contacting the hotel directly between the hours of 9 AM – 5:30 PM, Monday – Friday and asking for our reservations department.
Guests can also email myself, Daniel at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve.
A valid credit card will be required when reserving bedrooms. Rooms will be available for sale under the discounted rate until, Friday, September 6th , 2019. After this date, any unsold rooms would be released back into our inventory and only the best available rate will be offered, if rooms are still available.