1. CPD Gua Sha Therapy (known as Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation techniques in western term)
– Contraindications, Health & Safety
– Gua Sha history and benefits
– Instrument uses (angle and direction)
– Techniques (pressure control for sedation and tonification)
– TCM Back Shu point
– Consultation form for discolouration
– Practice (common MSK problems, back-shu)

2. CPD Cupping Therapy: Traditional Oriental Medicine style
– Contraindications, Health & Safety
– Cupping history and benefits
– Cupping methods (flashing and non-flashing cupping)
– Moving Cupping & mediums (water, oil, and honey)
– Dry cupping (Trigger-point cupping)
– Consultation form for the discolouration
– TCM Back Shu Point
– Practice (common MSK problems, back-shu, cellulite, and abdominal cupping)
– Indirect moxa: benefits and techniques

3. CPD Oriental Facial Therapy
– Contraindications, Health & Safety
– Facial anatomy
– Facial Therapy history and benefits
– Instruments (Acupressure, Cupping, Gua-Sha, and Jade-Roller)
– Facial treatment mediums (water, honey, and green tea)
– Practice

4. CPD Meridian Stretch; (developed by Wan-Hye Park)
Combine with Korean Kyung-Rak (Meridian), Chinese Acupressure and Japanese Shiatsu
– Contraindications, Health & Safety
– Yin & Yang and 5 Phase in health
– Yin & Yang meridian
– Each Meridian opening angle and stretching techniques
– Stretching movement with breathing rhythm using body weight
– Sedation & tonification techniques
– TCM Back Shu point
– Practice (common MSK problems)

5. CPD Korean Hand Reflexology (KHR) and acupuncture (developed by Wan-Hye Park)
– Contraindications and Health & Safety
– Yin & Yang and 5 Phase in health
– KHR theory
– Hand anatomy
– The body correspondence points on the hand
– Instruments (point locator, pellet, needle, moxa, and E-Beam)
– Practice (some common ailments treatment points on the hand)