Unfortunately, Dr. Robidoux was not able to come to NC this year due to the pandemic. We are working with her to offer classes again in NC as soon as possible. Please join our mailing list to keep up to date with all offerings….
Suzanne Robidoux is returning to NC in 2020!
Join us for one or more of the 4 classes Dr. Robidoux is offering this fall. Space is limited, so register early. As you register, there is an option to include a buffet lunch, which will be provided by local restaurants and will include vegetarian choices.
Yuan Qi Classical Acupuncture Sept 4-5, 2020
15 NCCAOM PDAs
In this course, Dr. Robidoux will share her experience in the Classical Acupuncture System which survived the test of time in Taiwan. In Taiwan, there are three main classical lineages of Chinese medicine which are very traditional and strict schools with thousands of years of experience. They have kept the teachings of the ancient Xian (miraculous doctors) like Hua Tuo and Bian Que and passed their knowledge through closed discipleship.
While living in China for 20 years, Dr. Robidoux passed all the challenges and was accepted into the Classical School of Acupuncture (古法针灸) in Taiwan, where she became a disciple and part of the lineage. After three years under direct teachings and trials from her master, she grasped the classical acupuncture techniques, the Bian Que manipulation techniques, traditional pulse taking techniques, Daoist Qi Gong practices and meditations as well as the traditional Yuan Qi Acupuncture System.
This course was formulated for practitioners who are interested in understanding the essence, the origin and power of Chinese acupuncture. After this course, participants will understand the circulation of the various energies in the body and learn how to balance the energy of their patient as well as themselves with few points. Participants will receive the knowledge of 60 new acupuncture points which give us access to reinstating harmony and a calm and pain free state of being. In this course, practitioners will gain a new way to see life and health and learn practical tools to recreate a balanced harmony in the body and mind.
14 NCCAOM PDAs
This 2-day seminar focuses on learning two different scalp acupuncture systems to treat over 20 different neurological and psychosomatic diseases and disorders. After this weekend, participants will have grasped the necessary treatment protocols and needling techniques to treat diseases such as post-stroke paralysis, paraplegia, hemiplegia, aphasia, aphonia, amnesia, some degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Meniere’s disease as well as other types of psychosomatic diseases including ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder), anxiety disorders, OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), MDD (Major Depressive Disorder) and so on.
During this seminar, participants will learn the correct location of over 24 scalp treatment lines along with their clinical applications according to specific diseases or symptoms. Afterwards we will review over 10 different single and multiple needling techniques specifically applied in scalp acupuncture as well as electro-stimulation which vary greatly from body acupuncture. A strong emphasis will be put on practicing the correct location on other participants as well as applying these specific needling techniques precisely. Enough time will be given for practicing these scalp line locations and needling techniques as they are the most important factors for clinical success with scalp acupuncture.
Dr. Suzanne Robidoux has worked in the Neurological Hospital in Nanjing during her Ph. D. in Nanjing China and she is actively treating severe cases of MS, Parkinson’s and ALS with scalp acupuncture, clinical moxa and Chinese medicine. She will share the experience and knowledge she has gathered with these severe cases. At the end of this workshop, participants will have all the necessary tools to apply the most widely used scalp acupuncture systems to treat patients with ongoing neurological and psychosomatic diseases and disorders.
15 NCCAOM PDAs
This 2-day seminar focuses on learning the clinical understanding of Chinese medicine with reports of cases and review the various syndromes possibly encountered in depression and burnout. Dr. Robidoux will explain the scalp and body acupuncture, electro-stimulation, moxibustion treatments and will review formula patterns according to the classical system approach of Zhang Zhong jing. Dr. Robidoux will describe the proper treatment protocols, formula patterns and prognosis according to the presenting syndrome.
NCCAOM PDAs pending
In this course, Dr. Robidoux will teach the importance of combining these clinical skills properly at the different stages of diseases. Participants will observe the treatments where we will clearly identify the application of over 10 different types of moxibustion methods, the appropriate times to use Yuan Qi acupuncture and how to integrate scalp acupuncture. Every patient will receive a Jing fang classical differentiation and diagnosis as well as an optimal formula for their ailments. The focus of this clinical internship is neurological and chronic pain disorders but there will be patients with other disorders as well. After the patients are treated, a block of time will be reserved for questions and discussions on every case. Class limited to 20 participants. Cost is $450. This class will be held at Stillpoint Acupuncture 229 E. Raleigh St. Siler City, NC 27344.
Sept 4-11 classes will be held at the:
1192 US Hwy 64 West Business, Pittsboro, North Carolina 27312
If you would prefer to pay by check, mail to:
229 E. Raleigh St.
Siler City, NC 27344
31 or more days before class starts: Full refund minus $25 admin fee
30-7 days before class starts: 60 % refund
7 days before class starts or non-attendance: no refund
Dr. Suzanne Robidoux is a recognized international speaker and teaches all over Europe, North America and Australia. Organizing courses in the fields of classical herbal medicine of Jing Fang, classical Yuan qi acupuncture, over 10 different types of classical and modern moxibustion techniques, various types of scalp acupuncture for neurological disorders as well as various styles of Daoist and Buddhist Qigong exercises she has learned from her lineage masters.
Dr. Robidoux is also an acknowledged author with the most recent being a comprehensive textbook on the works of Zhang Zhong jing called the Six Syndrome Guide to Classical Formulas which immortalizes the knowledge and clinical success of Dr. Hu Xi shu and Dr. Feng Shi lun. While living in China for the last 20 years, Suzanne has given a great emphasis on reviving the classical teachings to apply them in today’s clinical practice. During the time in Beijing, she spent five years working for the People’s Medical Publishing House and helped published other medical titles including: TCM Case Studies: Internal Medicine 2014 (author), Classical Point Pairing 2020 (editor), Anatomical Illustration of Acupuncture Points 2008/2011 (editor), Huang Huang’s Guide to Clinical application of Classical Formulas 2010 (editor), You Shen Ba Gua Lian Huan Zhang 2012 (editor), Classical Yuan Qi Acupuncture Charts 2018 (author), and more.
Originally from Montreal, Canada, Suzanne completed her Master’s Degree in Chinese medicine in NM, US in 1999 and then moved to China to complete her Doctorates at the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine in 2007. During this time she was also involved in treating debilitating neurological diseases including post stroke paralysis, Major Depression Disease, chronic sciatica pain, anxiety disorders and PTSD with scalp acupuncture as well as treating various gynecological diseases such as infertility, PID and uterine fibroids with specialized moxibustion techniques.
In the past decade, Suzanne has been busy coordinating seminars and writing books, while maintaining a focus on applying five different classical and modern Chinese medicine systems in the treatment of tremors, numbness, chronic pain, general fatigue, depression, anxiety and other neurological disorders. Her goal is to revive the classical knowledge of Chinese medical by systemizing it and making it readily available.