A 2-week intensive course and
clinic in Bali, Indonesia
From Monday, July 21st to Thursday, July 31st 2008
Come experience the magic of the island of Bali and gain an incredible experience in treating pediatrics and Ob-Gyn with sho-ni-shin, acupuncture and Chinese herbs.
This intensive course will give you the opportunity
to treat infants, children, women and mothers in a village
setting and give you credits for both the NCCAOM and
California license renewals.
The course will be divided into morning lectures and afternoon clinics.
For the afternoon clinic, you will be shuttled to an authentic traditional Balinese village in the Ubud area where you’ll be able to treat a high number of patients and see a wide variety of conditions and some quite amazing cases. We will be offering these free treatments with the help of translators to the local population. The clinic will be held in the “banjar”( the main meeting hall where important village decisions are made by the village chief and elders). The clinics will give you the hands-on experience to put into practice the topics from the morning classes. Each week there will be 2 pediatric clinics and 2 women’s clinics.
The Ob-Gyn classes will cover:
- Syndrome differentiation, acupuncture point prescription and Chinese herbal formulas for pregnancy related problems ( morning sickness, edema, hypertension…)
- Post-partum ailments (lactation problems, pain, depression…) and long time range disorders originating from unhealed deliveries, or depletion from nursing time, which often affect mothers.
The pediatric classes will cover:
- Learning the sho-ni-shin method and practice time with the tools. During clinic time, Soma will demonstrate the use of sho-ni-shin on children and you’ll perform your own treatments under her supervision.
- Diagnostic methods unique to babies and children and the importance of the right diagnosis
- Acupuncture points, herbal formulas and homeopathy for acute disorders which form the core of pediatric practice such as fevers, respiratory infections, and digestive problems
- Mental and behavioral disorders such as mental retardation, autism and hyperactivity.
- Dietary and lifestyle recommendations
Soma Glick will be your teacher and clinic supervisor. More information about Soma is available at: www.somadevi.com
We require that you bring your own acupuncture needles, moxabustion and sho-ni-shin kit. And if you can, it will be helpful to have medical tools such as thermometer, othoscope, stethoscope or blood pressure monitor.
Pediatric classes: Mon and Wed, 10 AM to 1PM
Pediatric clinics: Mon and Wed, 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Ob-Gyn classes: Tue and Thu, 10 AM to 1 PM
Ob-Gyn clinics: Tue and Thu 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Lunch break: 1 PM to 3 PM / Shuttle departure to village: 3 PM
This course is approved for 22 NCCAOM PDA's (ceu's)
and for 22 California CEU's
There are 2 options for accomodation: Superior and Deluxe
Superior: large room and bath with queen size or 2 twin beds, air-conditioning, fan and mosquito net: US $ 40 a day
Deluxe: includes all of the above with king size bed, mini-fridge, coffee station and TV: US $ 50 a day.
(Note that cost of accommodation is higher during July and August, Bali’s high tourist season).
All the rooms have a nice private porch with a beautiful view of gardens or rice fields and include breakfast. You can check out the hotel at: http://saren.balisite.com
The town of Ubud is considered to be the artistic and cultural capital of Bali. During your time off you can visit museums and all kinds of artists workshops ranging from wood carvers, stone sculptors, painters, silver and gold smiths, and do some fabulous shopping… In the evening you can attend performances of traditional dances or theatrical plays.
This intensive 2-week course will include a 3-day break within the middle week-end of the course to explore the treasures of Bali in whatever way you wish.
COST & LOGISTICS
You’ll need to arrange your own airfare. We can refer you to inexpensive travel agents or places to find inexpensive flights, if you so need.
You need to arrive in Bali on Saturday, July 19th and leave on Sunday, August 3rd. For a stay up to 1 month, you can just get a visa on arrival (Note that you cannot extend this visa if you decide to stay longer).
The total cost for the 15-day stay includes accommodation, tuition, translation and transportation to and from the airport, the villages and within the town of Ubud:
US $ 2,650 for superior room
US $ 2,800 for deluxe room
US $ 800.00 non refundable deposit due by June 1st, 2008. Balance in full paid by July 1st, 2008. Space is limited to 8 people. This will be an intimate training where you will get a lot of personal attention.
Soma Glick D.O.M. (NM) - http://www.somadevi.com