Programs offered at each campus may vary, so be sure to check other campus offerings for the course you are most interested in.
Students learn acupressure massage, which is used for relaxation, treating anxiety, stress and much more. The class also includes learning the location of the meridians and acupuncture points and different techniques and treatment combinations. Use the Register Button below in order to pay a $100 deposit to confirm your seat.
Students learn basic traditional Chinese Qi Gong and Tai Ji theory, the basic exercise of traditional Chinese Qi Gong and Tai Ji. The course also includes basic yoga and lifestyle, etc. Use the Register Button below in order to pay a $100 deposit to confirm your seat.
This 10-week course takes place on Fridays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and begins on January 10. Cost is $150 for all 10 sessions or $20 for walk ins. These Intro classes will focus on relaxation and soft flowing movements, stress release, balance/coordination, mindfulness and strengthening exercises. In the various classes you will learn the different therapeutic effects and benefits of Tai Chi, yoga, dance and meditation with standing, laying ,sitting and moving Qi Gong which includes all 4 principles of movement and stillness. The greatest benefits of this unique system is Dr Sahu Omri’s Dancing Qi - Healthy Qi Gong which incorporates music, play and laughter!
The Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (CCATCM) is the only educational institution in Atlantic Canada where you can learn to become an acupuncturist and open the door to a rewarding medical career. At CCATCM you can take either our Two-Year Intensive Acupuncture Diploma or Three-Year Acupuncture Diploma programs. This is your opportunity to join a growing profession. In the province of Nova Scotia alone there are over 3,000 massage therapists, but fewer than 200 acupuncturists.
Our core faculty has been in clinical practice and instructing in this field of medicine for more than 30 years. Several faculty members have Masters and PhD degrees in acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine.
Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (CCATCM) began with the vision of its founders, a group of esteemed healthcare professionals who wanted to share their knowledge with Canadians and train the next generation of healers. Among their accomplishments is the Canadian College of Natural Medicine (CCNM), which merged with other schools to become the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH); CCANM, a college that provides continuing education to health-care professionals; and the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, a school that provides acupuncture education and training to the practitioners of tomorrow.
Today, the Canadian College of Acupuncture and TCM is one of the largest schools in Canada by both campus size and students. It provides education that integrates ancient knowledge and indigenous practises with hands on teaching and exceptional teachers. As one of the only schools that offers online resources and business training, CCATCM offers a curriculum that thoroughly prepares their student healers for the modern world.