On the 7th of November 1975 Master Tung died, how poignant that on the anniversary of his death I was surrounded by fellow Tungsters.
Those of you who follow me here or attend clinic or indeed just know me, will be well aware of my passion for this style of Acupuncture. So needless to say there was no hesitation on my part when I was invited to assist with supervising a Master Tung course run by Philip Weeks This style of Acupuncture wasn’t part of our college degree curriculum, that said it had me from the moment I started using it. I stumbled across it when I became inpatient with the slow results I was getting upon graduating, and have never looked back.
So as a relatively junior Acupuncturist (in years rather than age, I hasten to add) it felt like a nice accolade to be asked to be involved in other practitioners path on this magical Master Tung journey. Not only was the Week-end a fab learning one it was also a reunion one. There was a lot of very experienced practitioners there alongside some ex-classmates, such a super group to be with. Finally the word is getting out (though I’ve been singing its praises for yonks !)
Do you know what’s particularly nice? folk are waking up to the wonder that is Master Tung Acupuncture. Slowly but surely you’ll find more practitioners coming to a town near you. Meanwhile let me just remind you, Essex Acupuncture Room embraced this style quite a while back and is well established in getting WOW results for patients.