Our school is situated in Clane, Co. Kildare, and we offer professional qualifications, and post-grad courses in various areas of oriental medicine.
The Oriental Medicine Clinic is run by Marcus Dwyer (B.Sc, Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine, Dip, Ac. Dip Adv. Tui. Dip. Adv. OBB. Dip. CPH, MTCMCI, MBRCP).
Marcus is a former senior lecturer in Oriental Body Balance and is one of only three OBB instructors in Ireland. He is a fully qualified, registered & insured acupuncturist, who holds a B.Sc (Hons) in Oriental Medicine as well as advanced Diploma's in Acupuncture, Tui-Na and Oriental Body Balance, and certified in Chinese Patient and loose herbs & Qi Gung.
At present Marcus is the first ever Irish Acupuncturist to obtain an advanced practitioner licence in Master Tungs Orthodox acupuncture.
He formally lectured for the Oriental Medicine College of England and Ireland, where his specialty was muscular and skeletal injuries. He is registered and insured with the British register of complementary practitioners, Acupuncture Council of Ireland and the Traditional Chinese Medicine Council of Ireland, as an advanced therapist, he acts as the consultant acupuncturist to Global Health, with the Institute of Complementary Medicine as an Instructor and with the World Tung's Acupuncture Association as an advanced Tungs acupuncture practitioner.
Marcus will be running the Acupuncture training course which will be examined by the Acupuncture Council of Ireland.
In addition he will be also presenting a number of courses on cupping that be available to Acupuncturists and no Acupuncturists alike.
Amatsu is a physical therapy that restores balance (biotensegrity) to the body using natural body movement (taijutsu) to correct tensions and strains.
Amatsu originates from the martial traditions of Japan and uses a range of techniques including soft tissue work, structural adjustment, balance to the organ system and cranial work in order to release the inherent wellness that becomes subdued with disease. It looks at the interaction of five factors for health referred to as Godai. These five factors: Structure, Nutrition, Energy, Emotion and Environment are interdependant and can cause illness in any of the other areas.