Ämne: Scalp Acupuncture – treatment for neurological diseases and disorders.
Föreläsare: Dr. Suzanne Robidoux, Phd, Beijing, Kina. Välkänd internationell föreläsare & TCM-lärare.
Ny plats: Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel – Stockholm, Nils Ericsons plan 4, Klarabergsviadukten
( bakom Stockholms Central ) Anmälan senast 2 Oktober 2014.
Hjärtligt välkomma till ett intressant seminarium & höstmöte 11-12 oktober 2014. Med trevlig samvaro och gratis fortbildning. Detta seminarium är endast för medlemmar i Svenska Akupunkturförbundet.
Suzanne Robidoux (蘇璇), was born in Montreal, Canada, in 1975. After 5 years of dancing, she discovered and fell in love with the traditional style of Wingchun and Shaolin at the age of 16. After 3 years of practicing shaolin and wingchun in Montreal and finishing her college degree in western medicine, she decided to continue onto learning Chinese medicine (CM). She completed her Masters in Chinese medicine from International Institute of Chinese Medicine (IICM) in Santa Fe, NM US and gets her national accreditation as a Doctor in Oriental Medicine. After two years of practicing in her clinic in Canada, she had a need for more information and went to Taiwan in 2000. There she could practice more CM and learn Mandarin. During her first week, she met her teacher Lee Chang-Chih and later became a disciple of Master Lee Chang-Ren. In Tainan, she practiced Chen Style Taiji, Xingyi Chuan, Bagua Zhang and a lot of other styles of wushu. After becoming fluent in Mandarin, and 3 years of practice with her shifu, Suzanne went to Nanjing to complete her doctorate in Chinese acupuncture and tuina and there continued her practice in martial arts. In 2007, she graduated from her doctorate and moved to Beijing to become the chief editor of the International Department of Chinese Medical Publication at the People’s Medical Publishing House. There she gain the approval of Master Lee Chang-Ren to study under Master Sun Zhi-Jun and continues to practice Bagua Lian Huang Zhang.
In 2004, she won the championship in the traditional long and short weapons categories in the competition held in Fengyang, Anhui. In 2009, she won the 3rd place in the International Traditional Martial Art Competition in Beijing and, in 2010, she won three gold medals for Bagua Zhang, sword, and spear categories in the Eighth BeijingInternational Martial Art Invitation.
Presently, she works and lives in Beijing and continues to practice with Master Sun to hopefully improve her skills. If you wish to make contact with Dr. Suzanne Robidoux, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.