Acupuncture Study in China at TCM University and Hospital
Acupuncture Study in China at TCM University and hospital in Hangzhou 23 March /7 April 2019.
Non refundable Deposit £50 to cover admin costs.
Maria will make arrangements with the university for hospital and will advise on accommodation.
The hospital is about £45 per day per student based on 6 students.
You must get their own airline ticket to Hangzhou. The flights vary from £600 upwards – Air China, KLM, etc. For the accommodation we are staying very close to the hospital. It is 400 RMB – 800- RMB per night. depending which place you stay in. You will also need a visa which requires about 2-3 weeks with a fingerprint at the Chinese embassy
The Chinese TCM hospital is linked to a Western hospital and uses traditional Chinese medicine or Western medicine in their own right or offer a combination of both.
Chinese outpatients hospitals have multiple acupuncture departments where highly qualified and experienced acupuncture doctors have their own specialised style.
The hospitals are very busy giving you unbelievable clinical experience. They will enable you to experience authentic acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, bleeding cupping, electro-acupuncture and Tui Na for adults and children. This experience will enable you to develop a successful business more quickly.
The hospital is open Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 4.00pm. The evenings and weekends are free, to see the local sights.
This hospital is in Hangzhou near the beautiful West lake, which is a world heritage site. During the 13th century, Marco Polo visited Hangzhou and described it as ” the most beautiful and magnificent city in the world”. We stayed at the Marco Polo hotel.
Since 1992, Maria Mercati has studied acupuncture in China 14 times at TCM hospitals in Shanghai, Weihai, Beijing, Xian, Jinan and Hangzhou.
Six of these trips have involved taking acupuncture students to the traditional Chinese Medicine – TCM hospital in Shandong which is situated in Jinan.
Last March 2017, she took three students to a hospital in Hangzhou which not only did traditional Chinese acupuncture but specialised in Microsystems abdominal acupuncture.