I hope that you have a safe and peaceful holiday, but just in case you over eat, get stressed or aren’t feeling very well, below are some points that you can massage, tap or stimulate with your Electro-Equiscope, for relief from the following: Acid/Indigestion, Asthma/Bronchitis,High Blood Pressure, Pain.
If you’d like to learn more, find us Live on Facebook by searching ThorpInstitute or stop by our quarterly training next weekend. Details below. Thank you.
P.S. Equiscope owners.. We are planning our first support ZOOM conference call for mid to late January. Please email me topics you’d most like to cover.
Thorp Institute Technician Training
November 29-December 3
Thursday-Saturday is at
Homewood Suites by Hilton
2223 Palomar Airport Rd.
Carlsbad, CA 92011
Device rental fee of $150 may apply
Optional advanced training Sat-130-5pm is $199 (details below)
Sunday-Monday, December 2-3, 9AM-5PM (Equine)
Private Rancho Santa Fe Estate TBA
Reply to this email or Call 858-539-6111 to RSVP
Advanced Trainer Ryu Kawajiri, ATC, LAc
*Advanced classes are NOT live on FB
Ryu Kawajiri was born and raised in Japan until he moved to the United States in 1999 to study sports medicine. He received his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology in 2005 from San Diego State University (SDSU). Prior to his graduation from SDSU he became certified as an Athletic Trainer by passing National Athletic Trainers Association’s (NATA) examination.
After graduating in 2005, Ryu returned to Japan and studied various other adjunct therapies that would inform his initial practice of integrative holistic medicine. These adjunct therapies were offered at the prestigious Athlete Performance Laboratory in Kobe, Japan. Adjunct therapies he studied included micro-current technology treatment, sports medicine, and orthopedics.
Ryu Kawajiri returned to the United States and in 2007 opened Body Craft; an integrative holistic health clinic in San Diego, California. This clinic offers individualized treatment based on integrated approaches which include micro-current therapy, rehabilitation, and massage. Noting there was limitation to the breadth of his practice he entered the Master degree program of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs) at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. In 2012, he was awarded his Master degree and passed the California Board examination to become a California certified acupuncturist. This degree allowed him to increase the breadth of his already successful integrated health practice.