Peter Scarselletti

Peter Scarselletti

Peter Scarselletti completed his Acupuncture/Chinese Medicine Degree at Western Sydney University in 2004. Peter has studied a variety of martial arts and health enhancement systems since his teenage years, and is a Systema Ryabko Breathwork Instructor (Instructor of Applied Methodology of Systema To Health), which has informed his clinical treatment approach.

Apart from clinical practice, Peter has been involved in a wide variety of roles in the Acupuncture/Chinese Medicine Industry. He is the founder and director of Qiology, an Acupuncture/Chinese Medicine industry partner geared at delivering diverse CPD events and quality products to the profession. And he is also founder and director of Moxashop.com.au, which supplies unique Japanese Artemisia products.

From the opportunities offered to him through Qiology, Peter has been able to study and spend time learning from a number of the significant Acupuncture/Chinese Medicine educators of our time, which has resulted in the integrative treatment approach he now uses in clinic.

Presentation Title: 天癸Tian Gui: Setting things in motion with Contemporary Acupuncture/Chinese Medicine Diagnostics/Treatment of the Body’s Various Hormonal Axes for Female/Male Fertility Treatment and General Health
2:30-4:00pm, Friday 17 May 2019

This 90-minute Integrative Chinese Medicine workshop will focus on contemporary acupuncture & Chinese medicine diagnostics & treatment of the major hormonal axes (Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Gonadal Axis, Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis & Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Thyroid Axis) of the body, combined with a solid anatomy and physiology understanding to improve your results in female & male fertility cases, and general health.

The theory and practice of unique and easy to apply diagnostics & treatment methods from a variety of well known, and rare contemporary acupuncture & Chinese medicine styles and micro-systems will be elaborated on with a strong emphasis on regulating the Qi & Blood, the Hypothalamus, Pituitary Gland (anterior & posterior), and relevant endocrine organs depending upon the axis being treated…..and much more.

This workshop is highly recommended for those who work regularly with fertility, gynaecological and hormonal cases in clinic, and those who wish to gain effective new diagnostic and treatment skills that they can apply in clinic instantly.

Presentation Title: Regulating Function by Regulating Structure
3:00-4:00pm, Saturday 18 May 2019

In Oriental Medicine, it is not only understood that structure effects the function of the body and its organs or systems, but also that impaired function of certain systems or organs of the body effects the structure and the dynamic movement of the body. This explains why issues in structure or function can affect the other. However, structural inhibitions can also be the simple cause of pain and discomfort anywhere in the body.

This workshop will not only cover the basic and advanced methods of regulating the structure of the body to regulate the functions of the body, but will also include unique, simple and powerful techniques to determine areas of blockage in the body to more accurately determine which areas to focus remedial exercises on.
These practices are simple and quick to learn and apply, and can be used for practitioner self-care, and taught to patients for remedial homework.

Diagnostic Body Awareness Practices:

  1. Tension Awareness Practice (TAP)- Technique + Practice
  2. Energy Field Awareness Practice (EFAP)- Technique + Practice

Specific Remedial Exercises primarily geared at regulating muscles, tendons, fascia, joints, Qi + Blood circulation, neurological signals and also enhancing proprioception:

  1. Segmented Tension/Relaxation- Exercises- Muscle Groups/Body Zones
  2. Musculoskeletal Stretching with Breathing Through Segments of the Body
  3. Mobilisation Exercises for Segments of the Whole Body in a specific sequence.

This presentation is 90% Practical. Please wear loose fitting clothing if possible.

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