Five Elements

Introducing our New and Improved Website

We’re excited to announce that we have a brand new website! So what’s new? We now have three annual subscription levels to choose from: Bronze = FREE/Year Silver = £25/Year Gold = £49/Year Take a look at our table to see what’s included in each subscription: As you can see, we’ve introduced a bronze free […]

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Writing Articles

Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Article Submissions

Our Members can submit articles, for consideration in our blog, that relate to acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Your article can feature your name and a direct link back to your profile page on The 5 Element Acupuncture Network. This is a great way of increasing the success of your listing. As articles already link to […]

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Five Element Symbols

New Five Element Theory Online Course

The Five Element Acupuncture Theory online course is both written and taught by experienced acupuncturist and lecturer Michael Baker Post Grad Dip (HPE). BAc. MBAcC. Dip in Life coaching. 2nd Dan. Michael was fortunate enough to study with Professor J. R. Worsley and his inspirational team at The College of Traditional Acupuncture, (CTA) in Leamington […]

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Manual of Acupuncture

Manual of Acupuncture

by Peter Deadman This is, in my opinion, a must for every acupuncturist. Paul Adkins Lic.Ac., BA(Hons), 1st Dan, FEA, MBAcC Here’s what you’ll find inside: Introductory chapters on the channels and collaterals, point categories, point selection methods, point location and needling. Illustrations and text descriptions of all primary, extraordinary, divergent, luo-connecting and sinew channels. […]

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Water and Ice

Winter and the Water Element

In Five-Element Acupuncture theory, wintertime is associated with the Water Element. The emotion associated with the Water Element is that of fear, or lack of fear. This emotion can be traced back many years to when farmers would have built up their stores of grain and crops to last over the barren winter months. There […]

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Seirin Acupuncture Atlas

The Seirin Atlas of Acupuncture

by Hans P. Ogal, Wolfram Stor This is probably a very odd book to do a review on, as it’s more a pictorial atlas, however I was so impressed with this publication that I feel it warrants writing about. This whole book is a goldmine of information regarding point location, the only drawback is that […]

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