Areas of Training
Currently the following areas of training are available
Traditional Vietnamese Medicine
Traditional Vietnamese Medicine
TCM has rushed into Russia and made us astonished. We are astonished by its acceptability, ease, and elegance. It is acceptable since any specialist can master TCM irrespective of his/her experience. It is easy since only knowledge, hands and needles are required for the treatment to be performed. Elegance of diagnostics consists in the fact that when even a hundred...
TCM has rushed into Russia and made us astonished. We are astonished by its acceptability, ease, and elegance. It is acceptable since any specialist can master TCM irrespective of his/her experience. It is easy since only knowledge, hands and needles are required for the treatment to be performed. Elegance of diagnostics consists in the fact that when even a hundred...
The knowledge of acupuncture is based on the ancient philosophic principles which have their origin in the Daoist and Confucian sources. The surprising thing is that these metaphorical principles adequately describe western physiology, which is indicative of great importance of this universal knowledge to practical clinical application of acupuncture...
The knowledge of acupuncture is based on the ancient philosophic principles which have their origin in the Daoist and Confucian sources. The surprising thing is that these metaphorical principles adequately describe western physiology, which is indicative of great importance of this universal knowledge to practical clinical application of acupuncture...
Classical Chinese Medicine
Classical Chinese Medicine
Biological Decoding
Biological Decoding
Biological Decoding of diseases is a new therapeutic approach evolved from the ideas of Dr. Hamer, a German physician, whose principles provided the framework for Christian Fleche’s works. The central idea of Biological Decoding of diseases consists in the fact that any one of the symptoms is, in the first place, a message and in the second, a solution...
Biological Decoding of diseases is a new therapeutic approach evolved from the ideas of Dr. Hamer, a German physician, whose principles provided the framework for Christian Fleche’s works. The central idea of Biological Decoding of diseases consists in the fact that any one of the symptoms is, in the first place, a message and in the second, a solution...
Konstantin Sharapov’s author webinars cover a broad range of topics , including Headaches, the Reciprocal Tension Membranes and the Craniosacral System, Sacrum, etc.)
Konstantin Sharapov’s author webinars cover a broad range of topics , including Headaches, the Reciprocal Tension Membranes and the Craniosacral System, Sacrum, etc.)
K. Sharapov’s Author Webinars
K. Sharapov’s Author Webinars
Craniosacral Biodynamics
Craniosacral Biodynamics
The Biodynamic Approach is based on understanding of the natural forces that organize our form and function. It is oriented on a human as a single whole and involves understanding of the body, mind and spirit. The biodynamic approach was pioneered by osteopath Dr. William Sutherland who discovered the series of subtle rhythms...
The Biodynamic Approach is based on understanding of the natural forces that organize our form and function. It is oriented on a human as a single whole and involves understanding of the body, mind and spirit. The biodynamic approach was pioneered by osteopath Dr. William Sutherland who discovered the series of subtle rhythms...
Humanist Hypnosis offers all the tools and techniques of Hypnosis (note that when we speak about the technique, the word is written with a capital letter; and when we denote the hypnotic state, we use a small letter)...
Humanist Hypnosis offers all the tools and techniques of Hypnosis (note that when we speak about the technique, the word is written with a capital letter; and when we denote the hypnotic state, we use a small letter)...
Humanistic Hypnosis
Humanistic Hypnosis
Osteointegration
Osteointegration
The essence of the author ‘s method and what the students may learn are the following:

- to find osteopathic injuries within the body with using their hands;
- to treat osteopathic injuries discovered with using their...
The essence of the author ‘s method and what the students may learn are the following:

- to find osteopathic injuries within the body with using their hands;
- to treat osteopathic injuries discovered with using their...
The Daoist Hypnotherapy – is an ancient teaching based on the Chinese wisdom and going back to the philosophic schools of eastern countries. The advantage of this method is that the author treats the hypnotic practices not from the standpoint of quackish practices aimed at confusing...
The Daoist Hypnotherapy – is an ancient teaching based on the Chinese wisdom and going back to the philosophic schools of eastern countries. The advantage of this method is that the author treats the hypnotic practices not from the standpoint of quackish practices aimed at confusing...
Daoist Hypnotherapy
Daoist Hypnotherapy
Bach Flower Remedies
Bach Flower Remedies
THIS SYSTEM HELPS IN STRESS AND NEGATIVE EMOTIONS. It was developed more than 100 years ago by an English scientist Edward Bach. And today it is well known all over the world. In Russia these remedies have been registered by the Ministry of Public Health of RF which allows for their official use. The ease and natural origin of the Bach’s method...
THIS SYSTEM HELPS IN STRESS AND NEGATIVE EMOTIONS. It was developed more than 100 years ago by an English scientist Edward Bach. And today it is well known all over the world. In Russia these remedies have been registered by the Ministry of Public Health of RF which allows for their official use. The ease and natural origin of the Bach’s method...
The craniosacral techniques (сranium (lat.) – ‘a skull’, sacrum (lat.) – ‘an edge bone) belong to the osteopathy divisions and exert action on the whole body through the head (skull bones, brain tunic) and sacrum structures. They are very similar to gentle massage but the manual method is totally different...
The craniosacral techniques (сranium (lat.) – ‘a skull’, sacrum (lat.) – ‘an edge bone) belong to the osteopathy divisions and exert action on the whole body through the head (skull bones, brain tunic) and sacrum structures. They are very similar to gentle massage but the manual method is totally different...
Craniosacral Techniques
Craniosacral Techniques
Acupuncture in the Context of Yi Jing
Acupuncture in the Context of Yi Jing
Excerpts from the classical and medical texts are given along with their Chinese version and host’s explanations during the webinar, in order everyone could gain clear and deep impression of the subject.

Acupuncture concepts which are to be refined and developed:
- The use of Luo points...

Excerpts from the classical and medical texts are given along with their Chinese version and host’s explanations during the webinar, in order everyone could gain clear and deep impression of the subject.

Acupuncture concepts which are to be refined and developed:
- The use of Luo points...
Концепции иглоукалывания, которые будут…
This is an alternative method of the body rehabilitation by performing a complex of exercises and breathing practices. It allows for longevity, wellbeing, supple joints and flexible body, as well as for good spirit and sound health.
This is an alternative method of the body rehabilitation by performing a complex of exercises and breathing practices. It allows for longevity, wellbeing, supple joints and flexible body, as well as for good spirit and sound health.
Qi Gong
Qi Gong
Traditional Vietnamese Medicine
Description
At a time when we are forging a new relationship between patients and their therapists, both in terms of human relations and in terms of disease prevention, and when social protection costs are a public concern, it seems important to us to propose a proven public health method that has guided their efforts to live in accordance with the "golden mean".

Objectives of the course
Training in our diagnostic method;
Teaching our methods of acupuncture and moxa moxibustion;
Analysis of pathological models of diseases of heat and cold.
We will introduce you to the methods of diagnosis and treatment adopted at the Chinese-French-Vietnamese Institute of Traditional Oriental Medicine. We hope this will be a beautiful flower from the Oriental Medicine Garden.

For whom training
This cycle will be of interest to TCM specialists and reflexologist doctors.
* Please note that basic training in oriental medicine is required.

Who are the speakers
Marc Mezar, France
Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine. He worked in the department of cardiological surgery in Lyon, in Montpellier. In 1984 he received a diploma in TCM. In 1981 he began to study Vietnamese Medicine (graduated in 1994). In 1995 he founded the French-Vietnamese-Chinese School of Traditional Oriental Medicine. Since 1995, Mark has been teaching in France, Germany, USA, Guadeloupe, Saint Bartolomeo, Reunnon, lectures in Italy, USA, Germany, Vietnam, China.

Schedule | Recorded webinars
Classical Chinese Medicine
Course Description:

I.C.A. - The international colleges of acupuncture organize various acupuncture courses for the degree and status of an acupuncturist.
There are currently several countries actively participating in this training. In these countries, there is a local system of various types of education with lecturers who lead oral and frontal classes.
Due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, this course will currently be taught online.

I.C.A. teaches students in Classical Chinese Medicine (CCM), based on ancient acupuncture books such as Nei Jing, Nan Jing, and Jia Yi Jing. I.C.A. has permission from W.F.A.S. (World Federation of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Societies) on the legalization and certification of its program.
W.F.A.S. is the official body of the World Health Organization (WHO) for the legalization and certification of acupuncture education worldwide.

In Russia, the program applies only to doctors (MD) and other medical professionals. This group of healthcare professionals can also be divided into two groups.
This course is designed as a modern acupuncture training, but can also function as a postgraduate course for already practicing acupuncturists (reflexologists) in Russia. The acupuncture course will last two and a half years and consist of 12 workshops. For postgraduate studies, the number of seminars will be the same.

This program will last for two and a half years. The lectures will be online and open to general practitioners, reflex therapists, highly qualified nurses, and osteopaths. The first year will focus on the philosophy and physiology of acupuncture. The basis of this year is the book "Heavenly Trunks and Earthly Branches - Wu Yun Liu Qi - Philosophy and Physiology of Acupuncture." This book has been translated into Russian by us.

This will be followed by a year and a half of studying Western pathology, seen through the eyes of classical Chinese acupuncture. Western physiology will be "translated" into the terminology of Chi energy used in acupuncture. The Western pathology system will be "translated" into the great Qi disturbance systems. The principles of exposure, strategies of exposure and the function of acupuncture points will be considered. The book "Heavenly Treatment of Earthly Diseases - Causes and Development of Diseases, and the Principles and Strategies of Treatment" will be basic. This book has also been translated into Russian.

Course objectives:

International Colleges for Acupuncture Certification
* I.C.A. teaches students classical Chinese medicine (CCM), the knowledge of which is based on ancient books on acupuncture such as Nei Jing, Nan Jing and Jia Yi Jing. I.C.A. received recognition and legalization by W.F.A.S. (World Federation of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Societies) for the legalization and certification of their program. W.F.A.S. is the official body of the World Health Organization (WHO) for the legalization and certification of acupuncture education worldwide.

Who is the training for:

WFAS - Guide to Basic Training and Safety in Acupuncture:
“The training courses are suitable for qualified medical practitioners (MDs) who wish to become competent in acupuncture as a form of therapy in modern Western clinical practice. The course must include at least 200 hours of formal instruction. " (Quote from the doc).
Complete course of study including contact and study hours. One contact hour equals two teaching hours. Study hours are used to prepare lectures and study materials presented by the Program. This means that the Program should have between 200 (short training) and 500 (full training) teaching hours. For a 2.5-year full-time course, this means 200 hours of study per year. Each day consists of 8 academic hours (45 minutes), which means that each year will consist of 25 lecture days.

Duration of training: 2.5 years

Who are the speakers:

Peter van Kervel (Netherlands)

Leader of the team of international lecturers International
ICA College of Acupuncture. Has been practicing acupuncture for over 35 years. Received primary training from
Dr. J.D. van Buren, founder of ICOM (England).
In 1978, after completing his studies, he began working as a physiotherapist in hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and
in parallel with this, he began to conduct a private practice in physiotherapy.
Having received a degree in classical acupuncture after graduating from ICOM (Pa-Kua) in 1986, he became a member of the Dutch Acupuncture Association. Teaches at acupuncture colleges in Holland, Sweden, Finland, Russia, England, Italy. In Israel, he is the founder of a 4-year program of acupuncture and herbal medicine, in collaboration with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Since October 2013 he has been the director of the new Acupuncture College in Holland.
Leads a series of seminars "Wu Yun Liu Qi" (Heavenly trunks and earthly branches), and also reads individual postgraduate seminars, in particular, a series of exclusive seminars "Silk acupuncture".

Schedule | Recorded webinars
Biological Decoding
Biological Decoding
"Biological Decoding of Diseases" is a new therapeutic approach, the result of the further development of the ideas of the German physician, Dr. Hamer, who in the 80s of the last century made a number of observations regarding the nature and meaning of diseases. He called his approach New Medicine. Biological Decoding, evolving in recent years, has aimed to test the formulations of this physician through experience and practice. Some of the findings were left intact, some were softened, and most importantly, at every opportunity, the principles underlying Dr. Hamer's innovative discoveries were tested. It should be added that a number of modern theoretical and therapeutic directions are a direct continuation of his work, discoveries and intuitive insights.


TO WHOM IS THIS TRAINING ADDRESSED?

Practical Biological Decoding training is addressed to professionals in body health (nurses, doctors, kinesitherapists, osteopaths, psychotherapists, etc.), mental health (psychologists, psychotherapists, coaches, etc.), athletes, teachers, as well as everyone those who do not have a basic medical education, but have any other, those who are interested in helping people and well-being (children, adolescents and adults).

It is also addressed to people who want to live better, and will accompany them along the path of personal development and the acquisition of tools for everyday life.


TRAINING COURSE

All modules are read by teachers of the School of Biodecoding.

Stage 1 - Consultant: 17 days, everyone is invited.

Stage 2 - Accompanying person: 31 days, students who have passed the first stage are invited.

Stage 3 - Psycho-Bio-Practitioner: 22 days, listeners are invited who have passed the first stage (and the second to obtain a certificate of Psycho-Bio-Practice).

Schedule | Recorded webinars
Konstantin Sharapov’s Author Webinars
Description
Author's webinars by Konstantin Vladimirovich Sharapov on various topics: headaches, membranes of mutual tension and the craniosacral system, sacrum, and other topics related to osteopathy and traditional Chinese medicine.

For whom training
Konstantin Sharapov's webinars are suitable for advanced training for osteopaths, chiropractors, acupuncturists and specialists in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Who are the speakers
Sharapov Konstantin Vladimirovich
Specialist in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Doctor of Osteopathy, ex-president of the Russian Register of Doctors of Osteopathy. One of the first members of the Russian osteopathic community.
Many years of medical and teaching activities, training with the world's leading osteopaths and masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine, a constant search for effective methods of treatment and recovery allow Konstantin Vladimirovich Sharapov to be rightfully classified as an experienced specialist and teacher.

Schedule | Recorded webinars
Craniosacral Biodynamics
Course Description

The “biodynamic” approach is based on understanding the natural forces that organize our form and function. It is a whole-person approach that includes an understanding of body, mind and spirit. This view was pioneered by the osteopath Dr. William Sutherland, who discovered the existence of subtle rhythm sequences that can be felt throughout the body and that bring order and integration to both body and mind. Dr. Sutherland realized that these subtle movements are actually created by our own life force, which he called the "Breath of Life." The Breath of Life acts in us as the most fundamental organizing force, governing all other aspects of our physiological functioning. Therefore, the free and balanced expression of these rhythms is essential for our health and well-being.

We work with the principle, the essence of which is that within each of us there is an unmistakable mind, an intelligence that constantly strives for health and optimal balance - this is what arises during our embryonic development and continues throughout life. The role of the practitioner is to support this natural tendency so as to effectively apply their skills in accordance with the physiological needs of each client. We also provide an outstanding opportunity to develop perceptual and instinctive abilities that can be applied within a therapeutic context, and strive to create a safe and spiritual environment that supports student learning and growth.

The principles outlined in the pioneering work of Dr. Sutherland and his student, Dr. Becker, together with the holistic approaches of Franklin Sills, Michael Kern and other educators, have played a major role in the development of course content and teaching methods. The course includes a continuation of work created by other therapists practicing in the field; students are also introduced to related practical areas, including the approaches of Dr. Peter Levine and Babette Rothschild to dealing with the effects of shock and trauma, and Dr. Stephen Porges' discoveries on the functioning of the autonomic nervous system. It also includes Dr. William Emerson's work on prenatal and childbirth and Dr. Ray Castellino's approach to working with infants, children and families.

We present to you the classic training in craniosacral biodynamics, which is an excellent balance of theory and practice, with a significant seminar time devoted to practical sessions. The emphasis is on the development of techniques of palpation, perception, which the student can include in an unfolding and deepening process. Trainers provide comprehensive support for skill development through observation and feedback. Printed materials are also provided to assist with the learning process. Throughout the training, students are also supported by a group of assistants.

Study on the course continues in the interval between seminars. This includes hands-on practice of the skills learned during the seminars, writing, reading and studying anatomy. Along with homework, students perform practical and theoretical tests in the learning process, at the end of the course they write their thesis.

The cycle consists of 11 seminars, 4 and 5 days long. Seminars will be held in person (the group meets at the venue of the seminar), depending on the epidemiological situation, with the presence of a teacher in the hall or online, with the support of an assistant group.

Together with the teacher at each seminar there will be a group of assistants who will help you to master the practical program as fully as possible.
In each seminar, at least 2 lectures are given by senior course assistants.
Seminars will be held in the suburb of St. Petersburg, in Zelenogorsk

Upon successful completion of the program and meeting all the requirements, the graduate is issued a CTET (Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust) English school certificate, as well as an IABT (The International Affiliation of Biodynamic Trainings) certificate. These certificates enable you to apply for registration with Craniosacral Therapy Associations in other countries (additional requirements may apply in each country).
Also, a graduate can register with the Collegium for Craniosacral Biodynamics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and conduct official activities in the field of health improvement.

Objectives of the course

To enable specialists of helping professions an in-depth and versatile look at this area:
Master new skills and approaches
Practice this direction consciously and safely
Deepen and rethink existing knowledge
Integrate this practice into existing education


For whom

This program is designed specifically for Russian practitioners who show a significant interest in craniosacral work, and who are ready to devote two years to studying the biodynamic approach.

The course is open to students with a wide variety of basic education options. A good knowledge of the basics of anatomy and physiology is required.

Speakers

Michael Kern (UK) D.O., B.C.S.T., A.B.D., N.D. Is a craniosacral therapist, osteopath and naturopath practicing in London. He has been teaching craniosacral therapy since 1987 and is an internationally renowned proponent of the biodynamic approach, regularly delivering courses in the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Denmark and Russia. He is a founding member of the Craniosacral Therapy Education Foundation in London and has been a Senior Lecturer at the College of Osteopaths, the International Cranial Association, the Center for Professional Development of Osteopathy and the University of Westminster. Michael is also the author of the acclaimed book Wisdom of the Body - A Craniosacral Approach to Health, which has been translated into ten languages.

· Paolo Casartelli (Italy) B.C.S.T, teacher and practitioner of craniosacral biodynamics, trained with leading community teachers such as Michael Kern, Michael Shea, Franklin Sills.
He has a PhD with a degree in molecular biology and genetics from Princeton University, USA, as well as medical and scientific research experience at the California National Institute of Genetics.
Studied mindfulness psychotherapy in England with Franklin and Maura Sills.
Co-author of the book Craniosacral Biodynamics Based on Mindfulness in 12 Steps, published in Italy by RED.

· Ekaterina Gordeeva, Russia. Physician neonatologist, BCST. In 2004 she graduated from the Russian State Medical University, residency in neonatology with a course of neonatal resuscitation. Experience in nursing premature newborns at the hospital stage for more than 10 years. Experience in the rehabilitation of newborns at the post-hospital stage for 7 years. She is currently assisting in the Craniosacral Therapy course at the Craniosacral Education Trust.

· Natalia Morozova, Ophthalmologist, osteopath, PhD, BCST. Graduated from the Ivanovo Medical Academy, residency there. PDTR Specialist.
She is currently assisting in the Craniosacral Therapy course at the Craniosacral Education Trust.


Schedule | Recorded webinars
Humanist Hypnotherapy
Humanist Hypnosis offers all the tools and techniques of Hypnosis (note that when we speak about the technique, the word is written with a capital letter; and when we denote the hypnotic state, we use a small letter).

Humanist Hypnosis, for example, will help you get rid of phobias or excess weight, as well as stop smoking or biting nails. It will be supportive during a fit of anxiousness, panics, heavy stress induced by exams, wear and tear of life (death of relatives, divorce, etc.) or serious disease. In addition, it can supplement medical treatment. Anesthesia is also possible in the Humanist Hypnosis due to ‘inductions in opening’ as quick as they are observed during hypnotic performances (no longer with unconsciousness).

All common indications for Hypnosis or Neuro Linguistic Programming can be applicable to Humanist Hypnosis as well. And a person does not have to lose his/her consciousness or give in knowing nothing about what the therapist is doing…On the contrary, the technique used in Humanist Hypnosis will wake up feelings and help to obtain further insight into your unconscious mechanisms. 

Аnd since you certainly do not know what to do with all this, a therapist should be at your side to give explanations and to carry you through the adequate techniques but here too you act yourself. And since the humanist techniques are those of symbols (they use your spontaneous images, feelings and impressions), all the rest is really easy: there is nothing to be understood or unriddled.

Work with symbols has its advantage of keeping secrets since symbols, like masks, veils the history of your life from view. Thus, actually when you handle your deep symbols on your own, you act on yourself even without knowing it.



Schedule 
Acupuncture in the Context of Yi Jing
Description
The project "I Ching Acupuncture" will be presented in Russia for the first time. The theory and practice of the course is based on the classical texts of Chinese thought and Chinese medicine.

Goals
The main task of the project is the in-depth study of acupuncture according to the I Ching. Regardless of experience, after completing the course, you gain knowledge that you can immediately apply in your practice.

For whom training
The direction is addressed to acupuncturists, TCM specialists who wish to deepen their knowledge and improve their practice.

Speakers
MICHEL VINOGRADOV, France
Member of the AFA (French Acupuncture Association) Management https://www.acupuncture-france.com
Member of the CFA (French College of Acupuncture and Moxibustion), a 32-member scientific society that organizes the link between acupuncturists and the Ministry of Health http://www.cfa-mtc.org
Member of the Ricci Institute. Institute for the Study of the Chinese Language, Paris http://www.institutricci.org

Schedule
Osteointegration 
The essence of the author ‘s method and what the students may learn are the following:

- to find osteopathic injuries within the body with using their hands;
- to treat osteopathic injuries discovered with using their hands and osteotechniques;
- to find the causes of osteopathic injuries based on the complaints, past history and manual diagnostics;
- to treat the causes of osteopathic injuries with using acupuncture points;
- to give recommendations which will enable the patient to deal with the reasons of osteopathic injuries.


Schedule
Daoist Hypnotherapy
The Daoist Hypnotherapy – is an ancient teaching based on the Chinese wisdom and going back to the philosophic schools of eastern countries. The advantage of this method is that the author treats the hypnotic practices not from the standpoint of quackish practices aimed at confusing a person and causing the false feeling of calmness, but considers his teaching as a method for activation of inner processes favorable for a human body.

Author’s investigation into medicinal hypnosis is based on the deep root links with ancient Chinese medicine. The latter sees a man not as a center of the universe but, on the contrary, as one of the elements of multilevel organization of nature and world.


Schedule
Bach Flower Remedies
THIS SYSTEM HELPS IN STRESS AND NEGATIVE EMOTIONS. It was developed more than 100 years ago by an English scientist Edward Bach. And today it is well known all over the world. In Russia these remedies have been registered by the Ministry of Public Health of RF which allows for their official use. The ease and natural origin of the Bach’s method opens the way to its use not only by physicians and psychologists but also by each of us. 


Schedule
Craniosacral Techniques
The craniosacral techniques (сranium (lat.) – ‘a skull’, sacrum (lat.) – ‘an edge bone) belong to the osteopathy divisions and exert action on the whole body through the head (skull bones, brain tunic) and sacrum structures. They are very similar to gentle massage but the manual method is totally different. 

Schedule
Qi Gong
This is an alternative method of the body rehabilitation by performing a complex of exercises and breathing practices. It allows for longevity, wellbeing, supple joints and flexible body, as well as for good spirit and sound health.


Schedule
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