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You’re invited to the

College of Five Element Free Information Event

on Saturday 7 November 2015 at the Marine Hotel, Sutton, Dublin 13, 10am – 1pm

The college is having a Free Information Event about our course to become a professional acupuncturist on Saturday 7 November 2015 in the Marine Hotel, Sutton Cross, Dublin 13, 10am – 1pm.

The Schedule for the morning is listed below. It’s a great learning opportunity for those interested in the Five Elements and this ancient system of medicine, those wishing to study at COFEA, and current acupuncture practitioners who wish to know more about Five Element Acupuncture and its practice.


The Schedule for our FREE Event Sat 7 Nov’15:
(morning only)

9:45am Arrival/Registration
10am – The origins of Classical Five Element Acupuncture
11am – Five Element Qigong Exercises (Autumn)
11:45am – Tea/Coffee
12.00pm – Rapport Workshop
12:45pm – Questions and Closing

Pre-registration required for this event as places are limited.
To pre-register:

Telephone (+353-1) 833 0865

It’s your chance to become a Professional Acupuncturist at the college. You can study part time, allowing you to maintain work and family commitments. You can also train for a new career in this very effective and successful system of medicine.

You will be though over 3 year in ancient medicine where you will learn how to use your senses to diagnose the cause of imbalance in any person. You will then learn a wonderful set of skills to treat the Causative Factor of disease. When disease is treated in this way, the symptoms will improve and can disappear never to return. You can therefore elegantly restore any person to a natural state of health and well being.
The address:
College Of Five Element Acupuncture,

Gresham House
383 – 384 Clontarf Road,

Dublin 3,
Phone: 01 – 8330865

Frank Bolger

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