Si Yuan Balance Method AcuCore Module (Postponed)

(Postponed to 2021)

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Normal Price RM 5000
Early Bird Price RM 4200 (Saving RM800)
Early Bird before XX/X/2020

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Registration open for: Chinese medicine profession , Chinese medicine student , western medicine profession and western medicine student.

Language: English

Date: Date will be announce later

Venue: To Be Confirm ( Kuala Lumpur City Center Hotel)

Times: 9am- 5pm

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AcuCore [Core Foundations Track]

The essential groundwork for treating all internal and external diseases. Designed for both beginning and advanced practitioners. Days 1 & 3 introduce new concepts and strategies, while Days 2 & 4 offer more hands-on demonstrations, practical ideas and fun ways to bring life to the Balance Method. All of the days are structured like workshops to put into practice the theory just learned. Practitioners will have the opportunity to needle each other under the guidance of the teacher and assistants. You may even be lucky enough to receive a treatment!

  • Day 1: Local Balance : Clinical Wonders with Acupuncture 1,2,3
  • Day 2: Local Balance : Clinical Wonders in Practice
  • Day 3: Global Balance for Functional Disorders
  • Day 4: Global Balance in Practice


Day 1: Clinical Wonders with Acupuncture 1,2,3

  • Discover a logical Three-Step Strategy to immediately and effectively treat all localized symptoms such as pain, numbness, stiffness, tingling or burning sensations, etc.
  • Understand the classical origin of Dr. Tan’s famous 6 Systems which tie up 2,000 years of Chinese Medicine into a simple balancing pattern. You will be amazed how scattered concepts suddenly make sense!
  • Learn the Golden Rules to make acupuncture work consistently.

Day 2: Clinical Wonders in Practice

  • Learn the “Matrix Analysis Technique” to balance complications using a minimal number of meridians in your treatment.
  • Countless real-life case studies and demonstrations ensure you will have analyzed the most common pain patterns seen in clinical practice.
  • Some lucky participants will be invited to palpate Ashi points and insert needles under the teacher’s supervision.

Day 3: Global Balance for Functional Disorders

  • Apply the Taiji Dynamic Structure to treat functional diseases and whole-body pain.
  • Practice different Four-Meridian Treatment Strategies for whole body issues such as allergic, digestive, cardiac, respiratory or uro-gynecological diseases.
  • Convert Western medical diagnoses into correct acupuncture diagnoses for accurate treatments
  • Discover Dr. Tan’s famous and most effective point combinations.

Day 4: Global Balance in Practice

  • Review and combine all the theory and demonstrations from the past three days.
  • Utilize a simple and effective wisdom when approaching patients who simultaneously exhibit local and internal disorders.
  • End the four-day series feeling no questions were left unanswered!

Why study Si Yuan Balance Method ?

Believing in the teachings of their honored Master, Si Yuan instructors are inspired to bring greater balance, health and humanity to the world. They are Balance Method acupuncturists with ten years’ experience practicing in high-volume community settings.


What Si Yuan Offers?

•  High quality training by experienced and skilled teachers and translators.
•  Supportive acupuncture communities via our online social groups, email and in person during the seminars.
•  Humanitarian missions that will expand your horizons and challenge you as an acupuncturist.


Balance Method Acupuncture

•  Less memorization – More logical thinking.
•  See & experience instant clinical results.
•  All classes are a comprehensive mix of theory, demonstration & hands-on practice.


Balance Method Gong Fa

•  Preserve your health, energy and balance.
•  Increase the effectiveness of your needling.
•  Enhance your patient’s acupuncture benefits.



Si Yuan Instructors are :

Balance Method acupuncturists with more than ten years’ experience practicing in high-volume community acupuncture settings.


Dr. Delphine Armand, LAc, DVM

continuously worked by her Master’s side as an assistant at classes, an intern in his clinic and as a French translator during live seminars.

Dr. Delphine Armand’s introduction and immersion in the Balance Method is proof that life can change in the blink of an eye. She first met her Shifu (Master) while interning and working on her dissertation in Germany. Astonished by his charismatic and fun personality, and intrigued by the strange broken and unbroken lines (trigrams) he had drawn on her notebook, she decided to invest her entire savings to attend his next scheduled class.

Dr. Armand was immediately fascinated by the logic and effectiveness of the Balance Method and completely devoted herself to its practice and subsequent international growth.

In fulfilling this mission, she worked hand in hand with her Mentor for almost a decade.

Dr. Armand shared with her Shifu a unique connection of “work hard, play hard”. She closely assisted him in countless classes in the United States, Europe, Australia, and Asia and has performed live translations of all of his classes into French, as well as coordinated the French translation of his books. Most recently, she advanced her study of Ba Zi assisting her Professor in the preparation of his client’s charts.


Dr. Paul Chengpo Wang, LAc, DACM

is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and a practitioner of healing, martial, and energy arts with over twenty years of teaching experience in these fields.

In 2003, Dr. Paul Wang first met his primary acupuncture Shifu (Master), Dr. Richard Tan, while completing graduate studies in Chinese medicine. Dr. Wang was so immediately and deeply affected by a resonance with his teachings that he instinctively bowed and asked to become his disciple on the spot. In response, the amused lecturer smiled and wittily replied, “Perhaps after a Ba Zi reading.” The rest is history.

Over the ensuing years, Dr. Wang and his Shifu developed a close spiritual relationship as Master and Apprentice. Aside from a dedication to innovating acupuncture, the pair also shared an intellectual curiosity and systematic creativity — as well as a passion for good food and fine wine.

For more than a decade, Dr. Paul Wang honed his skills in the Balance Method as a California Licensed Acupuncturist practicing in a high-volume community acupuncture setting. He also completed training and certification in his Shifu’s Ba Zi course.

Prior to initiating professional practice, Dr. Wang was a Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholar at the University of California at Berkeley and an Undergraduate Research Apprentice in the Poly-PEDAL laboratory of Professor Robert J. Full. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Integrative Biology with an emphasis in Physiology and Biomechanics from the University of California at Berkeley. He also pursued minor studies in Classical Chinese and East Asian Philosophy, especially Daoism. His graduate degrees are a Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTCM) and a Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM).

Dr. Wang has over two decades of experience in various teaching capacities. As an avid martial artist, qi cultivator, and long-term meditator, he merges these lineages into an integrative transmission called Dao De Gong Fa.