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Esoteric Acupuncture Energetics With Dr. Mikio Sankey


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Esoteric Acupuncture Energetics is the next step after Mastering the Masters and focuses on your evolution. In this class, you will learn how to use the sacred energies to stimulate energetic points throughout your body, helping you to master you!

As a bonus, special guest speaker Dr. Mikio Sankey will be joining us on the first day of training!

Prerequisites: Practitioner Training, Masters Training and Mastering The Masters Training.


More about Mikio Sankey

Dr.photo_mikio Mikio Sankey received a masters degree in acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Samra University of Oriental Medicine in Los Angeles, California. He received a Ph.D. degree in Oriental Medicine from American Liberty University in Orange, California. Dr. Sankey also has a Ph.D. degree in Health Sciences from Honolulu University specializing in nutrition and iridology. Dr. Sankey is a licensed acupuncturist (L.Ac.) in the state of California and is in private practice in the Los Angeles area with his wife Jikun Kathleen Sankey (O.M.D., L.Ac.) who is also a licensed acupuncturist.

Dr. Mikio Sankey has five published books in the Esoteric Acupuncture series starting with Esoteric Acupuncture Volume I: Gateway to Expanded Healing published in 1999. The other books are: Discern the Whisper, Volume II, Climbing Jacob’s Ladder, Volume III, Sea of Fire-Cosmic Fire, Volume IV and Support the Mountain, Volume V.

Dr. Sankey was recognized as the 2006 Acupuncture Author of the Year by the National Acupuncture and Oriental Medical Organization known as AAOM (now AAAOM) for the book Sea of Fire -Cosmic Fire, Volume IV. Dr. Sankey is listed in AOM Pioneers and Leaders, 1982 to 2007, A Commemorative Book of Challenge and Courage, Volume I. This is a collaborative work of the various acupuncture organizations in the United States including: the AAAOM, NCCAOM, CCAOM and the ACAOM honoring the leaders who were responsible for shaping the direction of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in the first twenty-five years of practice in the United States.

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