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Shudo Style Meridian Therapy
With Murata Morihiro Instructing

Translator: Stephen Brown
Assistants: Mr. Tsuruta and Stephen Brown

Registration for this seminar is now full. If you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please email Gretchen at gretchen.lorenson@gmail.com


May 20-21-22, 2016
15 Continuing education credits with NCCAOM, California and Texas

See Shudo Sensei at work in his Clinic

Registration for this seminar is now full. If you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please email Gretchen at gretchen.lorenson@gmail.com

The High Desert Hari Society is pleased to welcome Murata Morihiro to the U.S. to lead Shudo Style Meridian Therapy. Murata sensei is Shudo sensei's senior student in Japan and Stephen Brown, Shudo Sensei's top student in the West, will translate and assist. Please join us for a rare opportunity to welcome Shudo Sensei's first generation of teachers to the west.

Program Description
Murata Sensei has been faithfully following and replicating Shudo Sensei's acupuncture style in his practice for over 20 years. He and Stephen Brown have been developing their presentation at the TCM Kongress in Rothenburg, Germany for the last few years and will be presenting this information for the first time in America at this seminar in Santa Fe. This is a rare opportunity to learn about Shudo Style Meridian Therapy from those closest to the source. Availability is limited to the first 40 paid registrants and is expected to fill up quickly.

Schedule:
May 20-21-22, 2016
*****Observation and Treatment Day is FULL. You will receive a confirmation email with your scheduled Friday appointment time if you were one of first 24 to complete your registration payment. If you do not receive this email then please arrive for the start of the seminar on Saturday morning.*****

May 20: personal treatments and clinical observation (This day was optional and on a signup basis and is now full)
May 21-22: Seminar
All days will begin at 9:00am and end at 5:30pm
** Treatments on Friday will be on a donation basis with a suggested donation of $50 per treatment. This is not included in the registration fee listed below.

Registration for this seminar is now full. If you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please email Gretchen at gretchen.lorenson@gmail.com

Registration
Registration for this workshop will be limited to the first 40 students to complete registration with full payment received by the office. (We will refer to postmarked date for check payments made by snail mail.)
Regsitration Fee: $400.00
** Treatments on Friday will be on a donation basis with a suggested donation of $50 per treatment. This is not included in the registration fee listed above.

CANCELLATION POLICY:
• For cancellations made on or before 4/22/16 - Full Refund*
• For cancellations made 4/22/16 - 5/6/16 - 75% Refund*
• For cancellations made after 5/6/16 - No Refund
*Credit card convenience fees are non-refundable