Diploma in Korean Hand Acupuncture Course OutlineReturn to Top ↑
Course Title: Dip. Korean Hand Acupuncture
Course Tutor: Wan-Hye Park
Course Duration: 8 sessions x 6 hours (10:30am – 5:30pm)
Course Date: Please see on www.wanhyepark.com
Course Fee: £ 1200
Fees are directly payable by chq's made out to your course tutor account
CCM cannot accept payment on behalf of each individual tutor
Course Venue: Maida Vale, London. W9 1ES
Contact Wan-Hye Park firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 07723 031 454 for more info on this course
1. What is this course about?
Korean Hand Acupuncture/Therapy (KHA/T) was developed by Dr. Tae-Woo Yoo in Korea in 1971. KHA works on the body through correspondence points in the hand. Each hand has 14 meridians with acu- points distributed along these meridians. By stimulating these points, it is believed that the physical body functions can be balanced and, to a degree, regulated.
KHA has 3 theories: a. Body Correspondence Theory
b. Jang-Bu Theory
c. 14 Meridian Theory
KHA treatments use pellets, needles, moxa, or electronic beam depending on the symptoms.
Treatment takes from a minimum of 20 minutes up to 60 minutes, again depending on symptoms and which instrument is used.
KHA is popular in Korea where more than 3 million Koreans have learnt KHA for general health maintenance and first aid purpose.
2. What level is this course?
This course is for everyone who is interested in Oriental therapy.
You should be able to:
- Follow instructions
- Express own feelings and statements of fact
- Read straight forward text fluently and take appropriate action
PLEASE SEE THE PRE-BODYWORK CHECK LIST BELOW:
The list below is a guide used when undertaking a professional bodywork course. We aim to protect the health and safety of students in training and those they practise on during and after the course, whilst providing widest possible access. If you have suffered from any of the conditions listed, please check with a G.P if it is suitable to undertake a bodywork course. Bring a referral letter from your G.P to tutor. If you have not checked, or if it is not suitable, please do not participate in a bodywork class/course.
- A recent operation
- An untreated medical condition
- Bone or joint disorders (Rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis)
- Cardiovascular disorders (high blood pressure, severe varicose veins, thrombosis, heart problems)
- Endocrine disorders
- Knee problems
- On medication
- Pregnancy (or post natal)
- Severe skin disorders
- Severe mental illness
- Spinal injuries
- Is there anything else we should know about your health, please let the tutor knows
3. What will the course cover? (contents, themes, projects)
- Basic Traditional Chinese Medicine theories
- Korean Hand Therapy history and theories
- Contraindications, Health & Safety
- Basic Anatomy & Physiology
- Y&Y, 5 elements on the hand
- Body correspondence points on the hand
- 14 micro meridians on the hand
- Korean Hand Acupuncture diagnosis
- Korean Hand Acupuncture instruments: needle, moxa, pellet, cup and E-Beam
- Special Points on the hand - Shu, Mu, Well, Source, 8 Key and 5 Shu Points
- Own portfolio
- Own consultation form
- Common treatment points on the hand
- Minimum 15 Case studies
- A written exam
- A practical exam
4. What can I expect to achieve? By end of the course you should be able to:
- Explain basic Traditional Chinese Medicine theories
- Explain Korean Hand Acupuncture history and theories
- Explain contraindications and Health & Safety requirements
- Explain basic Anatomy & Physiology
- Explain Y&Y, 5 Elements on the hand
- Illustrate body correspondence points on the hand according to body anatomy and physiology
- Identify Shu, Mu, Well, Source, 8 Key and 5 Shu Points on the hand
- Identify 14 micro meridians on the hand
- Understand Korean Hand Acupuncture diagnosis with TCM
- Perform instruments
- Complete own portfolio
- Prepare own consultation form
- Practice common treatment points on the hand
5. How I will be taught, and will there be any work outside the class?
- Practical work
- Pair work
- Group work
- Question & Answer
- Word storm
- Feed back
- Home work
- Case studies
- You will be expected to study and practice in your own time
6. Are there any other costs? Is there anything I need to bring?
- Hand Acupuncture instruments (£50-100)
- Exam fee (£90)
- Student insurance (£50-70)
- Reference books (optional)
7. How will I know I am progressing?
Your progress will be regularly assessed and monitored by your tutor taking into account class work and home work where appropriate. The tutor will record your progress and provide informal, regular feedback throughout the course. At the end of your study program you will be asked to self-assess your own progress and achievement against the course objectives above. The tutor will endorse your assessment which will be formally recorded on the standard form
8. Will I have a chance to give my views on the course?
There will be an opportunity for you to evaluate the course towards the end of the course
9. What qualification will I get?
If you successfully passed the exam with a minimum 15 case studies, you will have a Korean Hand Acupuncture Diploma by the College of Chinese Medicine and accredited by the Acupuncture Society.
TutorReturn to Top ↑
07723 031 454
Wan-Hye is an enthusiastic Oriental Medicine Therapy tutor and an actively practicing therapist who has developed innovative techniques based on combining western anatomy and physiology and traditional western style massage with traditional eastern treatment theories and styles. Three of the treatments/therapies she has developed are Korean Hand Reflexology Acupuncture, Korean Hand (Reflexology) Massage and Meridian Stretch Massage.
She first learnt traditional eastern therapy from experienced practitioners in Korea and Japan some 25 years ago, and then followed this with intensive and lengthy study in the UK.
She has been teaching in UK from 2005 at the City Literary Institute (City Lit) and the College of Chinese Medicine in London. As a tutor she has trained successfully to achieve Level 4 teaching through City & Guilds CTLLS exams and she is a member of the Institute for Learning (IfL).
She has been a member of the Acupuncture Society representing the specialism of Korean Hand Acupuncture. She also represents Korean Hand Acupuncture as a stakeholder of the Micro Acupuncture Regulatory Working Group which aims to ensure practitioners are all qualified to an accepted standard.
She is interested in efficient treatment for individual client's symptoms with minimum pain for maximum effects. Specialising in breathing related problems and pain relief with Korean Hand Acupuncture; and whole body circulation and posture, muscle tone balance through the massage treatments, her approach tends to the holistic.
Application FormReturn to Top ↑
Please submit this form and the course tutor will respond to your email to inform you of whether you have been accepted. If you have any queries about this course please contact
Wan-Hye Park on 07723 031 454 or email: email@example.com
Acupuncture Society membershipReturn to Top ↑
Successful graduates from this course can apply for membership of the Acupuncture Society are entitled to use the abbreviations MAcS KHA after their names the society can also arrange professional indemnity insurance at a very competitive members preferential rate
all members must be insured and log 15 hours of CPD per year (8 hours courses/seminars/workshops and 7 hours home study/research)Acupuncture Society Application Form
if they join the Society and adhere to its code of ethics rules and regulations and supply copies of their insurance.
Acupuncture Society members are exempted from Local Authority Licensing in many areas including Greater London please check with your local authority.
The annual membership to the Acupuncture Society is £100
Thank you for your application!
Your course tutor will contact you as soon as possible.
If you do not receive a reply within the next few days please call the course tutor.