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Every morning in the months leading up to the CANference 2, I would wake up and look to see who registered and confirmed that they were attending. It was like Christmas and I'd see almost every day names that I knew well: Nora or Julia or Demetra and others. Some
This is a unique time; the community acupuncture movement is in the process of shifting its foundation from CAN to POCA, from a 501c6 nonprofit to a cooperative. There's change happening at every level. We're only about five years old
…I learned that I want to go next year, and that I thought of the folks there in Portland the whole weekend. But that is not the take-away message. It’s not even the take-away message that it needed to have been closer (it didn’t)
Now, I'm not a gossip or anything but we just had too much fun at the CANference to not report on the behind the scenes activity that many of you may not have noticed in your coop-induced ecstasy.
For starters, who saw Skip jump me and then
For those of you who missed my class on herbs in a community acupuncture clinic at the conference, these notes will help. You can also download a word doc of the course notes. Below are the notes, with some more elaboration similar to that which was discussed in class. <
As many of you know, Lisa is a practicing Catholic and that is vital to her work in Community Acupuncture. Myself, I was raised Methodist and am a son of a preacher man. The title of this blog post is a quote from one of the founders of Methodism,
LarryG is my new hero. He led a fantastic workshop on trigger points yesterday. AND his handouts were fantastic. I'm guessing he will post them. If not, I'm sure he'll be good natured about taking your harrassing comments and emails. :)
Yesterday, I went to a workshop led by Lisa (Rohleder) entitled: Breaking Barriers with Cooperatives. (I'm skipping this mornings Pain Management presentation to tell you all about it because I attended the pain class last fall--it was fantastic.) I also went to LarryG's Trigger Points in
The theme for this conference is “Breaking Barriers”. You know, there are so many barriers to break in acupuncture that it was really hard to choose which ones to talk about for this speech. But since I've spent so much time talking about classism as a barrier, I thought
big damn clinic
hierarchy of needs