Southwest Acupuncture College Santa Fe Campus

Southwest Acupuncture College Santa Fe Campus

Comments

For current Santa Fe Students!
Hi everyone. I have some TCM textbooks for sale (I added to the list). Everything is in good condition. I'm not on facebook, so please do not reply to this posting here or message me- I won't see it. I have posted my craigslist ad below and you can contact me that way. Thanks, Rowan.

Books for sale:

The Foundations of Chinese Medicine, 2nd ed., Maciocia $50

The Practice of Chinese Medicine, 2nd ed., Maciocia $100

Obstetrics and Gynecology in Chinese Medicine, 1st ed. Maciocia $50

Atlas of Chinese Tongue Diagnosis, 2nd ed. Kirschbaum, $50

The Energetics of Western Herbs, Vol 1. Peter Holmes, $40

The Energetics of Western Herbs, Vol 2. Peter Holmes, $40

An Illustrated Chinese Materia Medica, Jing-Nuan Wu, $100 (beautiful illustrations of Chinese herbs)

Acupuncture: A Comprehensive Text, Chen Chiu Hseu & Bensky $25

The Acupuncturist’s Clinical Handbook, Jeffrey Jacob $30

Qin Bo-Wei’s 56 Treatment Methods, Wu Bo-Ping & Jason Blalack $20

Traditional Acupuncture: The Law of the Five Elements, Dianne Connelly $5

Wind In The Blood: Mayan Healing & Chinese Medicine, Garcia, Sierra, & Balam $10

Dragon Rises, Red Bird Flies, new, Leon Hammer $30

A Comprehensive Guide To Daoist Nei Gong, new, Damo Mitchell $30

Architecture of Living Human Fascia, new, Jean-Claude Guimberteau $50

Starting A Business All-In-One For Dummies $20

Lots of Chinese Medicine textbooks for sale!

I am not on facebook anymore. I am linking my craigslist ad to this post so you can contact me that way. If you reply to this post or direct message me I won't see it.

Books for sale:

The Foundations of Chinese Medicine, 2nd ed., Maciocia $50

The Practice of Chinese Medicine, 2nd ed., Maciocia $90

Obstetrics & Gynecology in Chinese Medicine, 1st ed. Maciocia $50

Acupuncture in the Treatment of Children, Scott & Barlow $40

Atlas of Chinese Tongue Diagnosis, 2nd ed. Kirschbaum, $50

Patterns & Practice in Chinese Medicine, new, Zhao Jingyi & Li Xuemei $30

Acupuncture: A Comprehensive Text, Chen Chiu Hseuh & Bensky $20

The Acupuncturist’s Clinical Handbook, Jeffrey Jacob $20

Extraordinary Vessels, Kiiko Matsumoto & Stephen Birch $20

Qin Bo-Wei’s 56 Treatment Methods, Wu Bo-Ping & Jason Blalack $20

Chinese Pediatric Massage, Kyle Cline $10

Tui Na: Massage for a healthier, brighter child, Maria Mercati $5

Traditional Acupuncture: The Law of the Five Elements, Dianne Connelly $5

Wind In The Blood: Mayan Healing & Chinese Medicine, Garcia, Sierra, & Balam $10

The Spark In The Machine, new, Daniel Keown $10

Dragon Rises, Red Bird Flies, new, Leon Hammer $30

A Comprehensive Guide To Daoist Nei Gong, new, Damo Mitchell $30

Architecture of Living Human Fascia, new, Jean-Claude Guimberteau $50

Transformation: Treating Trauma with Acupuncture & Herbs, new, William Morris $10

Starting A Business All-In-One For Dummies $20

Chinese Herb ID Kit (Mayway) 12 binders. Free

Everyone at SWAC included!
Looks like we have our own local celebrity at SWAC! Dr. Susan Plourde, Miss September on the Golden Flower calendar!

Way to go Dr. Plourde!! 😍✌️
http://www.nccaom.org/wp-content/uploads/pdf/2018%20NCCAOM%20Spring%20Update%20to%20CCAOM.pdf

Starting in 2019, NCCAOM is making some drastic changes to their testing procedures. Start reading on page 10 of the above document. There needs to be a protest.
Small, bright, furnished studio apartment with 3/4 bath and kitchen, available immediately. Wifi, Netflix included. Electric wall heater, swamp cooler, small courtyard, very quiet, due to living at the end of a cul de sac. Close to several campuses, e.g. Community college.
No smoking, no washer/dryer.
650 plus 50 utilities, first and last month's rent plus 350 deposit due at signing of lease.
references.
More photos on Craigslist.
Please remove if not appropriate. Utah Acupuncture Association is hosting "Channel Palpation" workshop in Salt Lake City on October 14th and 15th. Please read for more details. Applied Channel Theory 2-day Workshop:
Introduction to Physiology,Palpation and Diagnosis
October 14th and 15th, 2017(hurry! early-bird rate available until 9/25)
Instructor: Yefim Gamgoneishvili
15 CEUs, NCCAOM
Channel palpation is a classical diagnostic technique not often taught in modern
acupuncture schools in the west. Emphasized in the earliest acupuncture texts (Nei
Jing/Nan Jing), palpation of the channels is extremely helpful for confirming diagnosis
and refining point selection. This two-day class is a rare opportunity to study with
two of Professor Wang Ju-Yi's official apprentices in an interactive, hands-on
environment.
This class will focus on learning the basics of channel palpation through interactive
lectures, case studies and hands-on practice of technique. In addition, an exploration
of channel-based physiology will be presented from the text Applied Channel Theory in
Chinese Medicine. Subjects covered will include:
• Classical channel physiology and a discussion of how physiology manifests with
specific, palpable changes on the acupuncture channels
• Techniques for palpating each of the twelve major channels. This section of the
class will involve hands-on work by the students; palpating channels on each
other with feedback from the instructors.
• How to utilize information gleaned from channel palpation to refine and simplify
diagnosis.
• Introduction to the acupuncture treatment style (including point selection) of
Wang Juyi.
• Analysis of treatment strategies and techniques based on channel examination.
About the Instructors:
Yefim Gamgoneishvili has been practicing Chinese Medicine since 1992. Since
meeting Dr. Wang in 1998, he has continued to study with him (until his recent
death) and is currently recognized as one of his senior apprentices. He has
organized numerous student trips to Beijing to study this unique approach to
Chinese Medicine, and teaches seminars on the subject of Applied Channel Theory
and Channel Based Orthopedics in the U.S. and internationally.
Registration: via the Utah Association for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
website: uaaom.org
Mail checks, payable to UAAOM, to:
UAAOM, c/o Michael Berger, 3194 S. 1100 E. #102, Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Hotel Monaco, a Kimpton Hotel 15 W 200 S, SLC, UT 84101, Paris Ballroom
Use booking code: CTB to save on booking at http://www.monaco-saltlakecity.com
Dates: Saturday, October 14th, and Sunday, October 15th. 8:30am to 5:00pm
Lunch will be catered by Bamabara restaurant, and included with registration.
Cost: $399; early bird before September 25th is $359;
students (not for CEU credit) $200.
For folks interested in traditional CMA
This is a game changer, but prepare to be outraged. Share widely!
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/171423978
Full documentary on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1nEpMQyhLA&feature=youtu.be

This is the place for SWAC Santa Fe students, faculty, staff and friends to stay up-to-date on news and events around campus! Southwest Acupuncture College is one of the top acupuncture colleges in the United States.

Our faculty members have been chosen from the very best around the world. Our three campuses (Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico and Boulder, Colorado) are situated in some of the most beautiful locations our country has to offer. At Southwest Acupuncture College every day is open house. When anyone visits one of our campuses we are happy to provide you with a tour.

Operating as usual

Acupuncture Adjuncts: Gua Sha 06/29/2021

Acupuncture Adjuncts: Gua Sha

Acupuncture Adjuncts: Gua Sha An introduction into the acupuncture adjunct Gua Sha.

06/25/2021

Santa Fe campus is seeking Clinical Supervisor for Fall 2021 semester. See our Career Opportunities on our website for more information.

Santa Fe campus is seeking Clinical Supervisor for Fall 2021 semester. See our Career Opportunities on our website for more information.

05/28/2021
05/27/2021

From our Head Librarian Elizabeth Martinez.
The practice of drinking tea has a long history in China.
Shennong (Chinese: 神农), whose name means the Divine Farmer -- and who is considered as the ancient Chinese Father of Agriculture 5,000 years ago, is honored with the discovery of tea. According to legend, one fall afternoon, Shennong decided to take a rest under a Camellia tree and boiled some water to drink. Dried leaves from the tree above floated down into the pot of boiling water and infused with the water, creating a pot of tea, marking the first ever infusion of the tea leaf. Intrigued by the delightful fragrance, Shennong took a sip and found it refreshing.
Since Shennong's discovery, tea has been grown and enjoyed throughout the world. .In the beginning, tea was used in ritual offerings. Then, tea leaves were eaten as a vegetable, or used in medicine. Until the Han Dynasty more than 2,000 years ago, tea was a new drink.Tea became a popular drink in Buddhist monasteries after the caffeine proved to keep the monks awake during long hours of meditation. For this reason, many monasteries cultivated vast tea fields. Lu Yu (Chinese: 陆羽), author of The Book of Tea, was an orphan brought up and educated in a monastery. www.chinca.org.cn

From our Head Librarian Elizabeth Martinez.
The practice of drinking tea has a long history in China.
Shennong (Chinese: 神农), whose name means the Divine Farmer -- and who is considered as the ancient Chinese Father of Agriculture 5,000 years ago, is honored with the discovery of tea. According to legend, one fall afternoon, Shennong decided to take a rest under a Camellia tree and boiled some water to drink. Dried leaves from the tree above floated down into the pot of boiling water and infused with the water, creating a pot of tea, marking the first ever infusion of the tea leaf. Intrigued by the delightful fragrance, Shennong took a sip and found it refreshing.
Since Shennong's discovery, tea has been grown and enjoyed throughout the world. .In the beginning, tea was used in ritual offerings. Then, tea leaves were eaten as a vegetable, or used in medicine. Until the Han Dynasty more than 2,000 years ago, tea was a new drink.Tea became a popular drink in Buddhist monasteries after the caffeine proved to keep the monks awake during long hours of meditation. For this reason, many monasteries cultivated vast tea fields. Lu Yu (Chinese: 陆羽), author of The Book of Tea, was an orphan brought up and educated in a monastery. www.chinca.org.cn

05/21/2021

With the new CDC guidelines the Santa Fe Campus can now schedule tours for out of state prospective students! Contact Admissions today! 😀 Get a tour of the campus, meet Administration, Faculty and Students. Observe a class and get a free clinic treatment!

05/14/2021
05/13/2021

Latest Virtual Joint Campus Open House is up on our official YouTube page and our website!

Latest Virtual Joint Campus Open House is up on our official YouTube page and our website!

05/12/2021
05/11/2021

Welcome back for the Summer 2021 Semester!

Welcome back for the Summer 2021 Semester!

NCCAOM Exam Prep (for 3rd & 4rth yr students) 04/23/2021

NCCAOM Exam Prep (for 3rd & 4rth yr students)

NCCAOM Board Exam Prep for 3rd & 4rth yr students with Dr. Paul Rossignol.

NCCAOM Exam Prep (for 3rd & 4rth yr students) Dr. Rossignol goes through how to prepare for the board exams.

04/14/2021
NCCAOM Exam Prep (For 1st & 2nd yr students) 04/14/2021

NCCAOM Exam Prep (For 1st & 2nd yr students)

NCCAOM Exam Prep (For 1st & 2nd yr students) Dr. Paul Rossignol of the Southwest Acupuncture College Santa Fe Campus gives an overview of how to prepare for the national board exams.

04/12/2021

Wonderful Joint Campus Virtual Open House was held April 6th. Prospective students, join us for the May one!

Wonderful Joint Campus Virtual Open House was held April 6th. Prospective students, join us for the May one!

04/09/2021
04/09/2021
03/26/2021
03/26/2021
03/13/2021
03/12/2021
03/10/2021
03/08/2021
03/05/2021
03/03/2021

Don't forget.. this is fast approaching! If you have not already RSVP'd email Dr. Paul Rossignol, your campus director at [email protected].

03/02/2021
02/23/2021
02/22/2021
02/19/2021
02/17/2021
02/16/2021
02/15/2021
02/12/2021
02/12/2021
02/12/2021
02/12/2021
02/10/2021

Videos (show all)

Joint Campus Open House!
‘Tiger’ the koi fish will be taken care of by a vet for a bacterial infection and then start a new life in an outdoor po...
Fish bubbles. Happy Sunday!
Fish together in the rapids
New Koi Arrival
Dr, Eric Michaelsen D.O.M: How Space Repetition Can Optimize Y...
Dr. Hiroki Takeda DOM talks about Japanese Meridian Therapy

Category

Telephone

Address


2100 Calle De La Vuelta Suite D103
Santa Fe, NM
87505

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
Thursday 8:30am - 5pm
Friday 8:30am - 5pm
Other Acupuncture in Santa Fe (show all)
Winds of choice Chiropractic Winds of choice Chiropractic
2948 Richards Ave
Santa Fe, 87507

a comforting loving healing environment for a multitude of injuries, diseases, pain, advancing preventative wellness. Advanced Practice Chiropractor

Sharada Hall Ayurveda & Acupuncture Sharada Hall Ayurveda & Acupuncture
460 St. Michael’s Dr. Suite 701
Santa Fe, 87501-2781

Sharada Hall is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and an Ayurvedic practitioner in private practice since 2000. In this convenient downtown Santa Fe location, you can experience the benefits of Ayurveda and Chinese medicine in one comprehensive session.

David and Sandy Canzone David and Sandy Canzone
2074 Galisteo St
Santa Fe, 87505

Information about the Clinic and practices of Sandy & David Canzone, DOM, Emilie Brough, DOM, Kim Gibbs, LMT

We the People Community Acupuncture We the People Community Acupuncture
1406 2nd St
Santa Fe, 87505

Permanently closed :-(

Michi Acupuncture Michi Acupuncture
826 Camino Del Monte Rey, Suite A2
Santa Fe, 87505

Therapeutic massage therapy and acupuncture customized to meet your health goals. Modalities include deep tissue, hot stone, fire cupping, guasha, essential oils, acupuncture, and Chinese herbal medicine. Located in downtown Santa Fe.

Grasshopper Natural Medicine LLC Grasshopper Natural Medicine LLC
1348 Pacheco St Ste 206
Santa Fe, 87505-4222

Quality Natural Medicine in a Deluxe Clinical Setting

森茂 Dr. Gina Morishige Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine & Injection Therapy 森茂 Dr. Gina Morishige Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine & Injection Therapy
805 Early St., B 102
Santa Fe, 87505

Gina Morishige, D.O.M., M.S.O.M., CFMP, RX Providing you with restorative & preventive healing medicine for your Mind, Body and Spirit.

Katherine McCune DOM, Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine Katherine McCune DOM, Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine
1836 Cerrillos Rd Ste B
Santa Fe, 87505

Offering preventative medicine and treatment for a variety of physical and mental health issues, including pain management, women's health, immunity boosting, and healthy aging.

Suzanne Oliva DOM Suzanne Oliva DOM
2905 Rodeo Park Dr E, Bldg 3
Santa Fe, 87505

Acupuncture, herbs, homeopathics, massage

Santa Fe Sports Massage Santa Fe Sports Massage
826 Camino De Monte Rey
Santa Fe, 87505

Specific and educated bodywork to relieve pain and stress.

Aspen Wellness Aspen Wellness
3450 Zafarano Dr
Santa Fe, 87507

Aspen Wellness offers acupuncture, chinese herbs, and other alternative healing modalities. Treatments cost $25. We welcome appointments and walk-ins.

Linda Durante, Classical Five Element Acupuncture Linda Durante, Classical Five Element Acupuncture
1442B S SAINT FRANCIS DR
Santa Fe, 87505-3961

Doctor of Oriental Medicine/Health Consultant Gentle, effective healthcare for the whole family. Includes acupuncture/acupressure, nutritional & lifestyle counseling/ mindfulness. Telehealth consults available 25 Years Exper; Most Insurance Accepted