Education in Traditional Chinese Medicine

As one of the SNRO-accredited institutes for Traditional Chinese Medicine in the Netherlands, we offer a unique curriculum in education in Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Tuina, Qigong and other traditional Chinese therapies. Our 28 years of expertise in these programs brings Shenzhou Open University a remarkable reputation in this area, where both the school and its graduates can be proud of.

Seminars

We also regularly organize TCM seminars and MBK refresher courses. We hope to be able to offer you a good choice with this season’s offer.

Our TCM Training Program

We offer a complete package with practical training, so that you can register as a therapist at a professional association and start your own clinic after completing the study.

Foundations of Chinese Medicine

1 year

During this course students are taught the basic concepts of traditional Chinese medicine and are introduced to Chinese philosophy which forms the cornerstones of TCM.

This training is compulsory prior to the studies of acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine or Tuina.

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Acupuncture

2 years

This vocational training course in acupuncture prepares students for their career as acupuncturists at professional level. Students will be introduced to the classical methods of TCM as well as to the modern development of TCM.

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Chinese Herbal Medicine

2 years

The herbal medicine class introduces students in the knowledge of Chinese herbs and trains them to run a practice independently as well as to work safely, competently and effectively. 

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Tuina

2 years

During this course students are taught different techniques and applications of Tuina massage. This ancient technique of manipulation originating from China is applicable to various diseases. A solid knowledge of meridians and acupoints is necessary. Tuina massage is suitable for all adults and works especially well in children. 

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Foundations of Western Medicine

1 year

This intensive training in Western medicine is designed for anyone that is studying physically based complementary medicine in order to gain knowledge in anatomy, physiology and pathology at a professional level.

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More than 29 years of expertise

SNRO
accredited

Internship in Shenzhou clinic

Very experienced teacher team

TCM Seminars

Shenzhou Open University of TCM frequently organizes TCM and Western Medicine seminars. With our program for this season, we hope to offer you a good choice.

Webinar: Chinese Medical Diet

Webinar: Chinese Medical Diet

Chinese medical diet is one part of traditional Chinese medicine and it follows the basic theories and treatment principles of TCM. The Chinese medical diet is not often used as a single therapy, but as medical order or diet advice in complete treatment because a wrong diet may cause certain disorder and a proper diet will benefit to patients and enhance the therapeutic effects of the whole treatment.

31st of October, 1st, 28th and 29th of November 2020

Yifan Yang, MSc

Webinar: Pediatrics – Western medicine seminar

Webinar: Pediatrics – Western medicine seminar

This day will deal with the main pathologies in pediatrics. Developmental disorders, infectious diseases, immune deviations such as allergies and behavioral disturbances are the main topics and will be discussed in an interactive learning environment.

14th of November 2020

Martien Brands MD PhD

Webinar: How to run your practice successfully

Webinar: How to run your practice successfully

Starting up a practice in alternative medicine is something not to be taken lightly. All kinds of different steps and actions need to be considered up front. During this course Petra Tjeertes will take you along with what entrepreneurship is all about to help you achieve business success in a practical way.

21 and 22 November 2020

Petra Tjeertes

Cancelled till further notice: Classical Herbal Formulas in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Cancelled till further notice: Classical Herbal Formulas in Traditional Chinese Medicine

This course introduces formula-specific differentiations, which are applicable for patients and disease patterns of the following formulas: Gui Zhi Tang, Xiao Jian Zhong Tang, Gui Zhi Jia Long Gu Mu Li Tang, Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan, Wen Jing Tang; Tai Chai Hu Tang, Xiao Chai Hu Tang, Chai Hu Jia Long Gu Mu Li Tang, and Si Ni San. This course will further elaborate on the rationale and application of classical formulas.

21st and 22nd of November  2020

Huang Huang

Webinar – Segmental Regulation Systems – Western Medicine

Webinar – Segmental Regulation Systems – Western Medicine

There are quite some therapies in which (predominantly) external stimuli aim to influence not only local complaints, but even the more to elicit remote therapeutic effects. The glasses you wear determine the contrasts you see. The relation between external stimulus and local or remote effects are often explained from the therapy specific point of view. Neuroanatomy and neurophysiology help to understand the relation between stimuli and their therapeutic effects as applied within different complementary medicine therapies.

17 December 2020

Toine Korthout

Our full range of training courses are accredited by SNRO at HBO bachelor level with 240 ECs.
(incl. Basic Medical Knowledge 40 EC)

Meer informatie over SOU

Met meer dan 29 jaar onderwijservaring achter ons, hebben we een uitstekende reputatie in ons vakgebied opgebouwd, waar zowel de school als de alumni trots op mogen zijn