Loading Events

← Back to Events

ICEAM London

The London branch of ICEAM® was the first international branch established. The first seminars here began in 2006 and since then we have successfully hosted two cycles of the Canonical Chinese Medicine Training™ and graduated many Diplomates in Canonical Chinese Medicine® (DCCM). Initially the seminars were held at the beautiful Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich then, in 2009, the Institute moved its venue to the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading.

In addition to the Training seminars, the Institute has held a series of Clinical Training days wherein students observe Arnaud Versluys PhD, MD (China), LAc, or London ICEAM Director, Laurie Ayres BSc, DCCM, LAc, holding consultations with patients, discussing their pulse findings, prescribing canonical formulas and outlining expected treatment progression.

The 3rd London ICEAM Training Course 2019-2021

With renewed interest in Chinese medical classics and herbalism in the UK, the 3rd London ICEAM Canonical Chinese Medicine Training™ course will kick-off in February 2019 taught by London ICEAM Director, Laurie Ayres, Dr Arnaud Versluys and Fukushin instructor Tony Todd. Both Ayres and Todd have been on the ICEAM faculty and teaching this seminar series in Europe, the US and Australia since 2010.

Courses will be held at the Kagyu Samye Dzong Tibetan Buddhist Centre – a very pleasant venue in southeast London.

Clinical training days associated with the ICEAM course will be held at Yuji Chinese Medicine Clinic, 52 Phoenix Road, London, NW1 1ES.

For further information on UK training opportunities, as well as for booking Clinic Days, please contact London ICEAM Course Coordinator, Dominic Harbinson BSc, DCCM, LAc at dharbinson@london.iceam.org

Total Jingui Yaolue Module Package

Price: £2,100
Early Bird: £1,620

Purchase by May 8th 2020

Add to cart

Cancellation policy: Cancellations before June 12th, 2020 – Full refund minus a £30 admin fee. Cancellations between June 12th and June 26th, 2020 – 50% refund. Cancellations after June 26th, 2020 – No refunds will be granted.

Seminar Dates

JG Diseases, Part One – Saturday 07/11/20 – Sunday 07/12/20
JG Diseases, Part Two – Saturday 08/22/20 – Sunday 08/23/20
JG Diseases, Part Three – Saturday 10/10/20 – Sunday 10/11/20
JG Pulse Diagnosis – Saturday 11/28/20 – Sunday 11/29/20
JG Fukushin – Saturday 01/23/21 – Sunday 01/24/21
JG Cases – Saturday 03/06/21 – Sunday 3/07/21

Course Details


The following discounts are available for individual seminars:
Registered ICEAM Diplomates (DCCM), who have completed all Shanghan Lun and Jingui Yaolue courses: 20% discount.
Previous attendees: 10% discount on any seminar you want to repeat
Students currently enrolled on full-time acupuncture or Chinese herbal medicine courses: 10% discount. (N.B. Proof of registration at your college/university will be required for this discount to apply.)

*Note: If you are eligible for, and wish to benefit from one of the above discounts, please email iceamuk@gmail.com to arrange payment. The above discounts apply to Standard prices (not to Early Bird rates). Discounts cannot be combined.

If paying by Paypal from outside the UK, please be sure to select the “Recipient gets” section so that London ICEAM receives the full amount in GBP (£ sterling).

The sender is responsible for any bank fees or charges etc arising from payments to London ICEAM.


November 2020

London – Tian-Lineage Jingui Yaolue Pulse Diagnosis

November 28 - November 29
ICEAM London, 15 Spa Road
Bermondsey, London SE16 3SA United Kingdom
+ Google Map

Diagnosis in Han-dynasty was primarily done by taking the pulse. Every formula can be identified through one or more pulse patterns presenting in the patient. Though many pulses are mentioned in the Jingui Yaolue, crucial detail is often hidden, and it is as if this knowledge is merely implicitly present, as if it were embedded. Therefore, the Tian Heming Canonical Formula lineage’s main strength and contribution to the field of Chinese medicine to have made this advanced knowledge on pulse diagnosis crystal clear and evident. This knowledge has never been recorded in any book, but was rather transmitted orally from Dr. Tian Heming through Dr. Zeng Rongxiu to Dr. Arnaud Versluys. The latter of which has been teaching this material around the world in more systematized and structured format since a few years. Note regarding the Shanghan Lun and Jingui Yaolue Pulse Seminars: due to the proprietary and complex nature of these seminars, they cannot be registered for individually and can only be taken as part of the total sequence. The pulse seminars are open for individual registration only to Diplomates of Canonical Chinese Medicine already certified by our institute who wish to retake the seminar.

Find out more »

January 2021

London – Jingui Yaolue Abdominal Diagnosis Fukushin

January 23, 2021 - January 24, 2021
ICEAM London, 15 Spa Road
Bermondsey, London SE16 3SA United Kingdom
+ Google Map

Japanese abdominal diagnosis or Fukushin is the diagnostic art developed in medieval Japan based on the canonical writings by Zhang Zhongjing. Careful inspection of the Shanghan Zabing Lun reveals countless references to abdominal conditions that could only have been diagnosed by actual palpation of the abdomen. The skill however never fully developed in China but flourished in Japan. Fukushin 腹診 refers specifically to the style of abdominal diagnosis developed by Japanese scholars during the Edo period (1603-1867 CE) for the purpose of prescribing the Han dynasty formulas of Zhang Zhongjing.

Find out more »

March 2021

London – Tian-Zeng Lineage Jingui Yaolue Case Studies and Clinical Strategies

March 6, 2021 - March 7, 2021
ICEAM London, 15 Spa Road
Bermondsey, London SE16 3SA United Kingdom
+ Google Map

The Shanghan Zabing Lun is the first historical manual to teach the treatment of both acute and chronic complex diseases that have been triggered externally or have arisen from internal damage. Though a classical work, it is of great clinical value for modern day practice.

Find out more »
+ Export Events