International Macrobiotic Course | Level 2

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The Level 2 of the International Macrobiotic Course provides more in-depth study for the student developing a professional approach to health coaching.  It provides a sharp focus on physiology from a physical and energetic viewpoint, the specific treatment of chronic health issues and issues of both men’s and women’s health as well as using the acupuncture meridians for diagnosis and simple treatment.


In this course you will:

. Learn to improve your own health and to help others with the skills of healthy living.
. Benefit from an accelerated program of practical tuition.
. Gain expanding vocational skills with each level of study.
. Benefit from an international teaching staff with years of practical experience.

About the course:

. All classes are given in English.
. Number of hours: 110 hours.
. Equivalence to the Annual Macrobiotic Course, Level II.
. The course includes: lunch, dinner (4 times per week on cooking classes days), handouts, and certificate of participation


Bill Tara, Simon Brown, Lourenço de Azevedo, Geninha Horta Varatojo, Rosalina Silva, João Filippi, Teresa Mizon, Marco Fonseca, Paula Azevedo, Ana Torres, Cristiano Martins, Delfim Machado


Course Program

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Dates: next level 2 will be in 2019 -  dates to be announced - 

Contact us for further information: or (+351) 21 324 22 90


Course Syllabus


. Man and Woman - health, relationships, sexuality.
. 10 Essential acupuncture points for diagnose and treating.
. 5 Transformations: Earth, Metal, Water, Wood and Fire energy. Characteristics, organs, meridians, posture, voice, emotions, food. Signs of balance and unbalance.
. Social issues: environment, economy, politics.
. Emergency treatments.
. Nine Star Ki.



. Practice on Diagnosis: Face, hands, feet, eyes.
. Shiatsu practice: Body areas and emotional correspondence. Meridians. Diagnosis and treatment.



. Cooking for pregnancy, babies and children
. Cooking for the season
. Food production
. Medicinal food
. Festive food



. Yoga, Chi Kung, Biodanza, Do-In and Stretching