Kidney 1

The Hidden Secrets of the Lowest Point on the Body

by Yair Maimon
Art. Nr.: C-YM002

Approved by: NCCAOM, Standard Certificate, IVAS

Language: English

Course Type: Recorded Webinar

Course Length: 1 h

Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Access Period: Lifetime

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Kidney 1

Course Overview

KI-1 is a hidden point on the foot, located on the sole, or the unseen valley of the foot, and it is the only point that has a connection with the ground. KI-1 not only has a deep immediate effect on Kidney energy, but also (as the opposite pole to the head) helps reduce excesses of the head such as anxieties and fears. This recorded webinar explores the deep aspects of this point, and includes clinical examples that explore:

Course Objectives

  • To understand the history of utilizing Kidney 1.
  • To learn the importance of this point, and the various ways it can be utilized.
  • To understand how the uses of this point can be applied for various conditions and in different clinical or other settings.

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 minFlow from Yin and Yang - macro/changing of Polarity of heaven and earth.The movement of Yin and Yang - Water and Fire; yin water is the root of kidney energy, and the beginning of movement (fire).Earth Surge (Dichong).Character - Entry, jing-well, wood (sedation); the lowest point on the body: Kidney-water-Jing-fear.

15 min - 30 minActions: Descends excess from the head; revives consciousness and rescues yang; calms the spirit. Indications of Kid 1; the only point that touches the earth; location of the point. Uprising of Liver yang/Live fire or Liver wind. Combination uses.

30 min - 45 minCase study: Woman in 50s with hot flashes and panic attacks; depression and insomnia. Using Qi gong - directing the mind to Kid-1.

45 min - 1 hrsCase study: Male in 20s with deep fear and depression; utilizing Kidney 1 on the left side as a treatment along with Moxa. Example of advice can give patients. The cutaneous region of shaoyin.Recorded Q&A session.


With over 25 years of clinical, academic, and research experience, Dr. Yair Maimon, (OMD, Ph.D., Ac.), integrates Complementary and Chinese Medicine in a western medical set-up. He currently heads an integrative oncology research center (Tal Center) at the Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, as well as the Israeli Center for Research in Complementary Medicine.
Kurslänge 1h
Kurssprache English
Kurstyp Recorded Webinar