Our Educational Programs

Workshops &
Continuing Education

Throughout the year, CCATCM will hold classes ranging from one to several days on subjects covering basic theory and practice of ancient Chinese traditional treatments.

Our workshops and classes

These classes run during a semester, alongside students currently enrolled in the intensive 2 year and 3 year programs. This way you can experience the environment to see if the program is the right fit for you without making a substantial financial commitment. Classes are offered at multiple times throughout the year and are taught by distinguished healthcare professionals with years of experience. This gives you the chance to work alongside CCATCM students. After competition of a workshop, participants can have the course credited towards a CCATCM diploma if they wish to sign up for an alternate program.
Students who complete self-interest courses are unable to practice what they have learned unless they complete either the intensive two-year or three-year acupuncture diploma program.

Current Available Classes for our
May 2020 intake include:

Acupressure Level 1

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.

Date: 06/05/2020

Time: Wednesdays 9:00 am


Qi Gong, Tai Ji, Yoga and Lifestyle

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.

Date: 06/05/2020

Time: Wednesdays 1:00 pm


Tribal Qi Gong

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!


Time: Fridays Until March 13 6:30 pm


The Ultimate Weight Loss Plan

The Ultimate Weight Loss Plan diverts your attention away from the numbers (weight, calories, fat grams, etc.) and helps you understand that your extra weight is not a matter of counting, but instead, of turning your body into a fat-burning machine. This full-day session taking place 10 a.m.-5 p.m. will cover: Why many weight loss programs don’t work – and what does work. Why calorie-counting is not the most effective weight loss strategy – and what is! The 7 important eating rules for achieving your ideal weight. How to enhance your metabolism by optimizing digestion. Menu planning and portion control. Body composition analysis. Dealing with cravings.

Date: 15/02/2020

Time: Saturday 10:00 am


Cupping Therapy Certification Workshop

A professional development course that takes place 10 a.m.-6 p.m. open only to practitioners who are massage therapists and acupuncturists. Course includes: Practice the different types of cupping, learn the benefits of cupping, including stress relief, relaxation, and more, learn the TCM Foundation knowledge of cupping Learn to diagnose cupping marks, understand safety practices and contraindications and use cupping to treat chronic pain and other disorders.

Date: 23/02/2020

Time: Sunday 10:00 am


Reflexology Certification Workshop

Full-day workshop takes place 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Professional development course and is only available to practitioners who are massage therapists and physiotherapists. Reflexology is an ancient Chinese treatment that involves applying different amounts of pressure to the feet, hands, and ears, offering a range of health benefits. This workshop is taught by a highly accomplished founder and traditional medicine practitioner, Dr. Diana Li, who has been practicing traditional Chinese medicine for over 30 years. Dr. Li’s expertise and dedication have led to healing, comfort, and pain relief to the thousands of patients she’s had over the years. Related coursework includes: CM Reflexology Diagnosis, TCM Reflexology Treatment for Sole of the Foot, Treatment for the Top of the Foot, Meridian Massage Lower Legs and Various pulls and stretches

Date: 16/02/2020

Time: Sunday 10:00 am