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YOUR VETERINARY ACUPUNCTURE TRAINING STARTS HERE

Learn how to integrate acupuncture into your practice and make a difference to your daily clinical practice.

We offer state-of-the-art learning, allow to practice with experience and confidence.

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What is the ACVA?

The Australian College of Veterinary Acupuncture Ltd is the Trustee for the ACVA Foundation (ACVA) which is a ‘not-for-profit’ organisation that has been established to promote veterinary acupuncture education and research within Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

Acupuncture for animals - vet Ulrike Wurth administers treatment to Lucy the spaniel
Why choose ACVA?

There are at least ten good reasons to choose ACVA for your veterinary acupuncture qualification. The ACVA has the longest history of teaching veterinary acupuncture in Australia and the Asia Pacific region. Ask our administrator via our contact page for a contact list of past students.

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Further Education

The ACVA has continuing education programs for Veterinarians with acupuncture certification. Some as on-line and some as hands-on workshops. These programs provide the opportunity to further your acupuncture knowledge and important CVE points for maintaining your IVAS certification.

IVAS Certification teaches scientific basis of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine

The Australian IVAS Course will start in your area soon. This carefully structured program teaches the scientific basis of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory and its clinical applications, enabling veterinarians to integrate acupuncture into their clinical practice. Send us your email address if you want to be informed of the next course or download the Brochure and enrolment form.

ABOUT US

The College is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing high level continuing education to veterinarians in Australasia. The College is the pre-eminent school delivering online acupuncture training to qualified veterinarians in the Asia Pacific region.

OUR MISSION

Offer advanced and continuing education for veterinarians in the clinical application of acupuncture using scientific and traditional acupuncture theories.

WHO ARE WE

The Australian College of Veterinary Acupuncture was formed in 2012 by a group of veterinary acupuncturists who had been teaching acupuncture to veterinarians from Australia to the World since 1991.

INNOVATION IN TEACHING

The online component of the course has an interactive learning platform with a number of interactive activities.

WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY

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This retreat/workshop is a warm invitation to your inner self to be immersed in a healing environment with kindred spirits, choosing to take time to love and nurture yourself and to reflect on our veterinary and personal journeys. Initially there will be opportunities to learn and experience various aspects of the latest in science based mind/body approaches to help us care for ourselves, our families, staff, colleagues, patients, clients and all beings.

This two day retreat is a co-creative experience, where we will have time and space to explore all the challenges and opportunities we share on our veterinary journeys. An ideal weekend to prepare yourself for the IVAS Congress in Cairns.

The weekend will be divided between four 3 hour sessions, each having a one hour lecture focusing on the challenges of our profession including compassion fatigue and burnout, as well as exploring the multitude of neuroscience based self health care solutions and approaches to these issues. Following the lecture, there will be time for group dialogue, then dividing up into dyads (one on one) for individual processing and practicing the science based techniques with each other and then coming together again for final discussions on the integration of the sessions topics and experiences.

We will review first aid mind/body medicine to long term visionary solutions that you can immediately integrate into your practice and your life. There will be time for yoga, experiencing various meditation techniques, breathwork, relaxation techniques as well as rejuvenative, contemplative and fun times in the abundance of the surrounding natural beauty of where the rain forest meets the Great Barrier Reef. There will also be time for self nurturing in the relaxing spa and reflection in the magical surroundings of the Reef House at Palm Cove, situated directly opposite the beautiful Palm Cove beach, 30 minutes north of Cairns, Queensland

We will explore new visions of where we can all go in the 21st century as healers and how we can co-creatively be of further benefit to all beings in our lives as well as the world.

We look forward to sharing this experiential magical, healing and nurturing retreat with you, our kindred spirits. You are welcome to bring along your partner, veterinary nurse or special friend who may also benefit from this retreat.
Dates– Friday 18th August — Sunday 20th August 2017
Place—Reef House, 99 Williams Esplanade, Palm Cove Queensland
Cost—Early bird $660.00 (including GST) before 30th April 2017— inclusive of welcome, morning and afternoon teas and lunch. $770.00 (including GST) until 31st July 2017.
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Veterinary Mind/body Wellness Retreat with Dr Allen Schoen

August 18, 2017, 6:30pm - August 20, 2017, 5:30pm

Palm Cove, Queensland

This retreat/workshop is a warm invitation to your inner self to be immersed in a healing environment with kindred spirits, choosing to take time to love and nurture yourself and to reflect on our vet...

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The Australian College of Veterinary Acupuncture Ltd is the Trustee for the ACVA Foundation (ACVA), is a ‘not-for-profit’ organisation that has been established to promote veterinary acupuncture education and research within Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

Learn how to integrate acupuncture into your practice and make a difference to your daily clinical practice.

Contact us today if you are interested in learning more about our accreditation and training program.

Please note our courses are only open to registered and practicing veterinarians. We are now taking enrollments from qualified Veterinarians for the next IVAS course starting January 2016.

Australian College of Veterinary Acupuncture Ltd. as Trustee for the ACVA Foundation (ABN 89 505 692 923)

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