How to make and use Dit Da Jiu trauma Liniments
This one-day practical hands-on course on making and using Chinese injury poultices and liniments is been tailored for you, as an individual, eager to expand your knowledge on crafting and utilising Chinese injury liniments and poultices.
Injury poultices and liniments have gained great popularity in the martial arts communitiy due to their efficiency in treating various pains and traumatic injuries.
In Mandarin, these traditional liniments are referred to as “Dit Da Jiu” 跌打酒, meaning “Fall and Hit Wine,” while in Cantonese, they are known as “Dit Da Jow,” a name frequently used in Western countries.
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This is a hands on practical day, and as a participant you will learn:
On this course you will learn how to create and use a number of topical liniments and poultices based on Classical Chinese injury formula.
- You will be taught the actions and uses of the Chinese herbs to help treat acute and chronic injuries.
- You will cover how to integrate the use of them in your practice, and when to use the liniments on your patients, to speed repair and healing.
- This is a very hands on practical educational day where you will touch, feel, smell and taste the herbs that you will use to create the liniments.
- Through the day you will produce a number of liniments, poultice liquids, pastes, and herbal powder mixtures, to use for yourself or your patients, and receive a full set of notes and sample herbs detailing the actions of each of the herbs and the unique formulae for the liniments.
- These liniments have a commercial value of over £50.00.
The course has been uniquely devised for practising and final year therapists of all disciplines who hold professional insurances that will cover them for the use of Massage within their scope of practice, and who have an interest in developing and enhancing their clinical skills.
This course is fantastic additional tool for all bodywork and massage therapists of any style, who have a desire to learn to use specific injury liniments within their practice. It is suitable for;
- Martial artists
- Sports Masseurs
- Sports therapists
- Tuina practitioners
- Shiatsu practitioners, etc.
A basic knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine is desirable but not necessary.
As you progress through the course, your tutor will provide you with regular formative assessments. These are designed to provide you with constructive feedback, instruction, and correction in order to help you thrive on the course.
Your tutor will closely observe your progress and provide you with comprehensive assessments in a professional and supportive manner, as part of the learning process.
This workshop is classroom-based course and is undertaken over 1 day.
You will receive a CPDG certificate of attendance. This is valid for 7 hours CPD and is recognised by all healthcare professions.
You will receive both an electroinic and hard copy for your files.
Chris’ passion for Chinese medicine stems from over 20 year’s participation in Chinese martial arts and his own positive experiences of acupuncture when Western medicine had failed.
Throughout his martial arts he has used many sports injury and fighting liniments, and has a fascination with the design and use of them. He produces all of his own liniments which he uses in his clinics.
Chris completed his degree (BSc) in Acupuncture and a Diploma in Tui Na massage at the London College of Traditional Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (LCTA). Read more…
You will receive full acess to any online VLE elements of the course that are available.
All downloadable free practical technique resources are available from our amazing VLE website HERE.
- Refreshments and lunch sadly are not provided.
- You will need to bring a pen or pencil, we will be providing everything else; full colour course notes, all of the training equipment etc.
- You will be formatively assessed throughout the course by the tutor, with them providing you with constructive feedback and instruction.
- All participants must be prepared to give and receive treatments during the training, and a must be over 18 years old, and have read and signed the health screening questionnaire prior to the session
- If you are fasting for religious or other reasons you must inform the tutor before the course commences.
- Due to the practical hands on nature of the course the minimum number of participants is 6.