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Upcoming Events

October 30, 2021

The Five Phases of Ba Zi Chinese Astrology - More than a beginner’s intro

A recommended adjunct to the Intro class, any Chinese Astrology or Feng Shui classes

Howard Chen
Howard Chen
Sonia Tan
Sonia Tan
 

The Five Phases of Ba Zi Chinese Astrology - More than a beginner’s intro

A recommended adjunct to the Intro class, any Chinese Astrology or Feng Shui classes

with Howard Chen and Sonia Tan

October 30, 2021

8am PDT, 11am EDT

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Overview

Deepen your knowledge of the Chinese metaphysical concept of the Five Elements / Five Phases - Wǔ Xíng (五行), and understand how it applies to personalities, preferences and health in Bā Zì (八字) Chinese Astrology. Do you know the differences between the Yang Wood and Yin Wood personality types and how excessive or deficient states affect the manifestations of the constitutional self? Do you understand how one’s personality and useful elements react and adapt when there are specific elements interacting with the constitutional self? Learn each of the singular 10 constitutional selves more in-depth. Learn more about the layers and context of how the presence and interactions of the other Wu Xing affects and differentiates how one’s constitutional energetic self presents both internally and externally to the world. Understand how these elements can be used as a tool to understand yourself, your relationships, and your life, including health and lifestyle choices.

PRE-REQUISITES: A) Basic and comfortable knowledge of Wǔ Xíng (五行) Five Element / Phase, and Yin / Yang theory. B) Introduction to Chinese Astrology: An introduction to the basic components of Bā Zì (八字) Chinese Astrology and Fēng Shuǐ 風水 (风水).



Outline

  • October 30, 2021 - 8am PDT, 11am EDT (3.75 hrs)
    INTRO AND CONTEXT: Introduction, brief history, and review of the San Cai, reasons for the course. Basic history, definitions and examples of San Cai (Three Essences) and Tian-Ren-Di (Heaven-Humans-Earth). Review of Ba Zi chart. Application examples.
    5E/P REVIEW AND TONG GUAN: Dispel old beliefs and knowledge of 5E, differentiate objective from subjective education of the 5E transmitted from other teachers. Review basic 5E cycles. Discussion on translation of Wu Xing. Introduction of Tong Guan.
    WOOD AND FIRE PHASE PERSONALITIES AND POLARITIES: Descriptions and discussion of Wood and Fire 5 Element/Phase personaltieis, polarities, "strong" vs "weak", with examples.
    EARTH AND METAL PHASE PERSONALITIES AND POLARITIES: Descriptions and discussion of Earth and Metal 5 Element/Phase personaltieis, polarities, "strong" vs "weak", with examples.
  • October 30, 2021 - 12:45pm PDT, 3:45pm EDT (2.5 hrs)
    WATER PHASE PERSONALITIES AND POLARITIES: Descriptions and discussion Water 5 Element/Phase personaltieis, polarities, "strong" vs "weak", with examples.
    ELEMENT/PHASE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS: Comparative analysis review. Rankings/contrast and compare.
    ELEMENT/PHASE RELATIONSHIP ANALYSIS: Intro to the 10 God Relationships aka 5 Phases relationship analysis.
    CASE EXAMPLES PRACTICE
    Q & A: Questions and discussions.
    REVIEW AND SUMMARY: Summary and review of 5E/P, Ba Zi Birth Charts, its application to relationships, health and lifestyle.

Your Teachers

Howard Chen

Howard Chen

Howard Chen, MD, FAAMA, ABOIM, is the founder and director of The Chen Center for Integrative Medicine in Reno, NV, where he treats patients in a membership model using a blended approach of Western and Eastern principles.

Sonia Tan

Sonia Tan

Dr. Sonia F Tan, DAOM, RAc, RTCMP, licensed since 2006, is a Doctor of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (DAOM degree), a Registered Acupuncturist, and a Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Practitioner. She is one of few certified Gold Level practitioners of the late Dr. Richard Tehfu Tan.


Categories

Five Elements
Classical Chinese Medicine
Diagnosis



Tags

10 heavenly stems
Three Treasures
12 Earthly Branches
Feng Shui
Balance Method
5 Elements
Balance System Acupuncture
Classical Chinese Medicine
Chinese Astrology
Five Elements


November 14, 2021

Treating Neck and Back Pain with Chinese Medicine

Greg Sperber
Greg Sperber
 

Treating Neck and Back Pain with Chinese Medicine

with Greg Sperber

November 14, 2021

1pm PST, 4pm EST

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Overview

By far the most common conditions most acupuncturists treat are neck and back pain. And most acupuncturists do a really good job at it. This course takes an integrative approach to treating these conditions and will expand our diagnostic and treatment acumen. It will look at how to ask questions to solicit diagnostic details, conduct a thorough acupuncture-centric exam, develop appropriate and effective treatment protocols, and properly document all of it. No matter if you are new to treating these conditions or an expert at it, you will learn something new and interesting.



Outline

  • November 14, 2021 - 1pm PST, 4pm EST (3 hrs)
    Live Stream

Your Teacher

Greg Sperber

Greg Sperber

Dr. Greg Sperber is an author and also holds a Masters and Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. He is a professor at PCOM and speaks internationally on TCM business and drug-herb interactions.

December 12, 2021

Chinese Herbal First Aid Kit

Greg Sperber
Greg Sperber
 

Chinese Herbal First Aid Kit

with Greg Sperber

December 12, 2021

1pm PST, 4pm EST

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Overview

We should be empowering our patients to help themselves. What better way to do that than give them info for having Chinese herbal formulas in their medicine cabinet to help with minor medical conditions. In this course, we will look at relatively easy to find prepared herbal medicines everyone should have in their medical cabinet. We we discuss the conditions they treat, how to use them, and any cautions. As a bonus, each participant will receive a free copy of the upcoming ebook (when available): “Dragons in the Medicine Cabinet, Chinese Herbal Medicines Everyone Should Have at Home.”

Conditions covered include, but are not limited to, colds, bleeding, burns, digestive complaints, headaches, and sinusitis.



Outline

  • December 12, 2021 - 1pm PST, 4pm EST (2 hrs)
    Live Stream

Your Teacher

Greg Sperber

Greg Sperber

Dr. Greg Sperber is an author and also holds a Masters and Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. He is a professor at PCOM and speaks internationally on TCM business and drug-herb interactions.


Category

Herbs



Tags

Herbal Medicine
Chinese Medicine


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Past Free Events

Recording

from November 22, 2020

Understanding Paediatric Mental Health Issues: A Chinese Medicine Perspective

Free
Rebecca Avern
Rebecca Avern
 

Understanding Paediatric Mental Health Issues: A Chinese Medicine Perspective

with Rebecca Avern

Recording

from November 22, 2020

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Overview

This one hour free webinar will provide you with an understanding of how and why children and adolescents develop mental health problems such as anxiety and depression. Chinese medicine provides a radically different lens to conventional, psychological theories. Using both 5 Element and Organ/Pathogen differentiations, you will go away with an intuitive, effective and profound model through which to approach the growing number of mental issues in children.



Your Teacher

Rebecca Avern

Rebecca Avern

Rebecca Avern is a senior lecturer, clinical supervisor and teaching clinic director at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading, UK. In 2012, she founded an acupuncture centre for the treatment of children in Oxford – the Panda Clinic - and her clinical work is now entirely with children. She teaches paediatrics online and at undergraduate and post-graduate level.


Categories

Pediatrics
Acupuncture
Adolescence & Teens



Tags

Organs
Children
Mental Health
Pathogenic Factors
5 Element Treatment
Depression
Anxiety


Recording

from May 17-18, 2020

51st TCM Kongress Rothenburg

Opening Day

Free
Dan Bensky
Dan Bensky
Ayla Wolf
Ayla Wolf
 

51st TCM Kongress Rothenburg

Opening Day

with Dan Bensky and Ayla Wolf

Recording

from May 17-18, 2020

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Overview

We are thrilled to be hosting this year's TCM Kongress through Net of Knowledge in partnership with the AGTCM. In this multi-day streaming event we will strive to re-create the unique and engaging atmosphere of Rothenburg.

Since its beginning in 1968, the TCM conference in Rothenburg has been a centre for professional exchange and a meeting place for colleagues. The enjoyment and fun of study is a major part of Rothenburg as well as the commitment and quality of the speakers, brought together from all across the world.

This 51st TCM Kongress Rothenburg will focus on: “The Earth School, Gastro and Neurogastroenterology, Li Gao: Pi Wei Lun”.

This opening day is FREE to attend, and features three mini-classes by Dan Bensky, Poney Chiang, and Ayla Wolf.



Your Teachers

Dan Bensky

Dan Bensky

Dan has a long-term interest in Chinese and Chinese medicine, having obtained a diploma in Chinese medicine from the Macau Institute of Chinese Medicine in 1975, a Masters in Classical Chinese from the University of Washington in 1996, and a Doctorate in the Discussion of Cold Damage from the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences in 2006.

Ayla Wolf

Ayla Wolf

Dr. Wolf is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine specializing in neurological disorders, chronic pain, and concussion recovery. She is a faculty member of the Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation.


Categories

Classical Chinese Medicine
Acupuncture



Tags

Pi Wei Lun
Gastro-enterology
Neurogastroenterology
The Earth School


Recording

from May 7, 2020

An Introduction to Auricular Medicine

Free
TruthSayer
TruthSayer
 

An Introduction to Auricular Medicine

with TruthSayer

Recording

from May 7, 2020

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Overview

Auricular Medicine is a specialty within Traditional Chinese Medicine that has its roots in the Huang Di Nei Jing and some of its branches in Western Medicine. Using the micro-system of the Auricle, Auricular Medicine has developed into an incredibly sophisticated system of both diagnosis and treatment of all bio-systems of the body. The diagnosis is remarkably comprehensive and accurate. Without a patient interview, or history, the examination alone provides the doctor with more information than the patient’s intake paperwork. Treatment can relieve acute pain within seconds. Dr. TruthSayer’s introduction includes many interesting cases from her clinical practice.



Your Teacher

TruthSayer

TruthSayer

Dr. TruthSayer, DAOM, Dip.OM, LAc, LMFT, is a President Emeritus of the California State Oriental Medical Association, and a former faculty member of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco. She is Founder and Chief Faculty of the Institute of Auricular and Transcendental Medicine and has lectured around the world on auricular topics.


Categories

Classical Chinese Medicine
Auricular Therapy



Tags

Auricular Acupuncture
Auricular Diagnosis
Ear
TCM


Recording

from May 4, 2020

Yin and Yang and the Fertile Space in Between

Sabine Wilms, In Dialogue with Cara Conroy-Low

Free
Sabine Wilms
Sabine Wilms
 

Yin and Yang and the Fertile Space in Between

Sabine Wilms, In Dialogue with Cara Conroy-Low

with Sabine Wilms

Recording

from May 4, 2020

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Overview

As practitioners of Chinese medicine, we are quick to celebrate the “ancient” or “traditional” or “classical” roots of our beloved medicine, but all too often ignore or fail to comprehend the full implications of the ancient wisdom. What does the Yellow Emperor mean by that famous exhortation from the Great Treatise on the Resonant Manifestations of Yin and Yang that is usually translated as “to treat disease, seek the root!”?

Sabine looks forward to exploring with you the full potential of Chinese medicine in the midst of a pandemic that so clearly reveals the limitations of biomedicine and the extractive mindset of our modern world, at a time when needling patients is not an option in most parts of the world. Let us take a closer look at this saying in its context, and explore what this really means for the contemporary practice of Chinese medicine. Ultimately, we shall contemplate with Laozi that “The way that can be used as a way (or in other words, the Dao that can be taught) is not the constant way.”



Your Teacher

Sabine Wilms

Sabine Wilms

Sabine Wilms is the author and translator of more than a dozen books on Chinese medicine. With a PhD in East Asian Studies and Medical Anthropology, she specializes in bringing ancient Chinese wisdom to life. Some of her favorite topics are gynecology, pediatrics, medical ethics, and “nurturing life” as envisioned in the Chinese medical classics.


Category

Classical Chinese Medicine



Tags

Needle usage
Philosophy
Yin
TCM
Yang


Recording

from May 1, 2020

An Introduction to Chinese Medicine Dermatology

Free
Mazin Al-Khafaji
Mazin Al-Khafaji
 

An Introduction to Chinese Medicine Dermatology

with Mazin Al-Khafaji

Recording

from May 1, 2020

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Overview

Skin disorders in their various forms are amongst the most common diseases suffered by mankind, accounting for no less than 1 in 5 of all visits to out-patients departments in the Western world. Despite this prevalence and the resources put into this field, many patients are dissatisfied with the conventional treatments available to them, and look elsewhere for solutions. In fact, Chinese herbal medicine has a very real and enduring answer for a significant number of sufferers of many chronic diseases of the skin such as psoriasis, eczema, acne, rosacea etc.

Since dermatology is essentially a visual art, a great deal of information can be gleaned from detailed inspection of the way skin diseases manifest. In this short webinar, Mazin will outline some of the axiomatic concepts of Chinese medicine dermatology, using many photographic images and some case examples to illustrate the fundamentals that are required in understanding and treating skin disease.



Your Teacher

Mazin Al-Khafaji

Mazin Al-Khafaji

Mazin graduated as Doctor of Chinese Medicine from the Shanghai College of TCM in 1987. He specializes in the treatment of dermatological, allergic & auto-immune diseases, lecturing widely on these subjects. Mazin is the founder of the International TCM Dermatology Association, author of numerous articles and co-author of the international textbook A Manual of Acupuncture.


Categories

Diseases and Disorders
Herbs



Tags

Skin Conditions
Skin Disorders
Psoriasis
Herbal Medicine


Recording

from April 30, 2020

An Exploration of Love And It's Threoretical Foundations Through the Lense of Classical Chinese Medicine

Free
Felice Dunas
Felice Dunas
 

An Exploration of Love And It's Threoretical Foundations Through the Lense of Classical Chinese Medicine

with Felice Dunas

Recording

from April 30, 2020

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Overview

“Love” is an imperative for healthy living.  “Lack of love” dramatically affects health and is a treatable condition.  In this presentation Dr Dunas will introduce the qualities and complex energetic make up of love.   She will address the following questions:  How does the capacity to love develop in patients as they go through each jing cycle into maturity?   How is love defined and what historical reference points help us understand the definition of love according to Chinese medicine?  How does culture help and hinder patients as they create, experience and give love? How can you, as a practitioner, enhance a patient’s experience of love, even during globally stressful times? How do energetic imbalances and clinical health problems affect a patient’s capacity to love? What is "false love" and why is it so prevalent in our world?  What happens energetically when we fall in love or fall out of love?  What are the energetic patterns that make up heartsickness?  How does love heal and how can we help those under our care thrive with the capasity to love during stress?



Your Teacher

Felice Dunas

Felice Dunas

Felice Dunas, Ph.D., is an international speaker, consultant, intimacy educator, and holistic healer, who has used her understanding of behavior and the human body to help clients for over 40 years. An author, she has been the recipient of the 'Acupuncturist of the Year' award.


Categories

Theory
Stress Management



Tags

Stress
Energetic Balance
Love


Recording

from April 29, 2020

Acupressure to Enhance Immunity

Free
Peilin Li
Peilin Li
 

Acupressure to Enhance Immunity

with Peilin Li

Recording

from April 29, 2020

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Overview

From a Chinese Medicine perspective, viruses can be considered an external pathogenic Wind that invades the body. But not everyone gets sick; why is that? Some immune systems are better equipped to deal with these invasions.

Traditional Chinese Medicine believes that everyone can enhance their immunity to better prepare against viral invasions and other pathogens. In this lecture, Peilin Li will give you an introduction to how viruses work from both Western and Chinese Medicine perspectives. He will also teach you how you can use self-massage, or acupressure, to enhance your overall immunity and protect against invasions.



Your Teacher

Peilin Li

Peilin Li

Peilin Li brings more than thirty years of interdisciplinary experience, trained both as a Medical Doctor and acupuncturist. He has spent a decade researching immunology and virology at both Harvard and the University of California. Currently, Peilin is the president of the Acupuncture Research Institute of New Zealand and a faculty member at the New Zealand School of Acupuncture and TCM.


Category

Western Medicine



Tags

Acupressure
Pathogenic Factors
TCM
Massage
Viral Infections


Recording

from April 13, 2020

How the Classical Chinese View on Emotions Can Help Us Today

Free
Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée
Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée
 

How the Classical Chinese View on Emotions Can Help Us Today

with Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée

Recording

from April 13, 2020

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Overview

As human beings, we cannot be without emotions. At the same time, emotions disturb us to the point that we act no more with reason or intelligence. When a situation triggers an emotion, it is usually an important matter needing an accurate reaction, true to life; and it is precisely that what the emotions prevent us to do. The classical Chinese medicine’s approach of emotions, specially agitation and anxiety, exposes what happens inside ourselves, in our heart-mind, as well as in our blood and qi, our organs, and gives leads to regulate ourselves and to come back to a more balanced assessment of the situation and efficient action.



Your Teacher

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée

TCM academic and historian, Elisabeth Rochat has specialized in both medical and philosophical Classics in her 40+ years career. She co-authored 'A Survey of Chinese Medicine' and continues to teach about the Classics of TCM internationally.


Category

Classical Chinese Medicine



Tags

Organs
Anxiety
Agressive Energy
Agitation
Emotions
TCM
Acupuncture
Classical Chinese Medicine


Recording

from April 6, 2020

Dietary Support for Wei Qi for Covid-19 Prevention or Maintenance

Free
Andrew Sterman
Andrew Sterman
 

Dietary Support for Wei Qi for Covid-19 Prevention or Maintenance

with Andrew Sterman

Recording

from April 6, 2020

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Overview

Boost The Host, Terrain Medicine, that is my motto. Much dietary advice in the time of corona offers foods to “supercharge immunity” or “help kill viruses” (or denies what diet can contribute altogether), but let’s spend an hour or so discussing the foundations of Wei Qi integrity and specific foods that implement those strategies. We need a clear and comprehensive strategy that the body knows how to respond to, based on classical teachings of Chinese medicine (using easy to find foods in today’s constrained market options). Andrew will present an overview, then we can discuss specifics for differing phases of covid illness and recovery.



Your Teacher

Andrew Sterman

Andrew Sterman

Andrew Sterman, author of the two volume book, Welcoming Food: Diet as Medicine for Home Cooks and Other Healers, specializes in the use of common foods for healing purposes, through a classical Chinese medicine perspective. He also teaches medical qigong and the use of meditation for everyday life. Andrew writes a column for Golden Flower Chinese Herbs newsletter and studied under Jeffrey Yuen.


Categories

Classical Chinese Medicine
Diet and Nutrition



Tags

Meditation
Immunity
Covid19
Dietary
Wei Qi
Classical Chinese Medicine
Recovery


Recording

from April 3, 2020

Everyday Herbs for Health Maintenance

Free
Christine Chang
Christine Chang
 

Everyday Herbs for Health Maintenance

with Christine Chang

Recording

from April 3, 2020

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Overview

Dr. Christine Chang will take us through an introductory look at some of the best herbs for daily health maintenance; some of which you probably have around you right now! She will share how these herbs function from a Chinese Medicine perspective, and suggest some applications. As a bonus, Christine will also be sharing some eye exercises to do if you’ve been staring at your screen a little too much!



Your Teacher

Christine Chang

Christine Chang

Dr. Christine Chang, DAOM, specializes in herbal formulas and Chinese nutrition, and brings this expertise to her private practice as well as serving as a faculty member at Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine. She is also the interpreter for the lectures of Dr. Wei Chieh Young.


Categories

Therapeutic Exercise
Herbs



Tags

Chinese Herbal Medicine
Traditional Oriental Medicine
Health
Nutrition
Herb Extracts


Recording

from March 31, 2020

Defense, Offense or Switzerland?

Your Immunity and Essential Oils with Classical Chinese Medicine

Free
Josephine Spilka
Josephine Spilka
 

Defense, Offense or Switzerland?

Your Immunity and Essential Oils with Classical Chinese Medicine

with Josephine Spilka

Recording

from March 31, 2020

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Overview

Looking at the three main systems involved in immunity from a Chinese medical perspective - the Lung, the Liver and the San Jiao - we'll talk about how each system contributes defense, offense or strength (i.e. Switzerland) to your interaction with the world.  With the functions and the relevant strategies in hand, you'll walk away with a front line of essential oils for meeting virus and easy applications for yourself, your family and your clients.



Your Teacher

Josephine Spilka

Josephine Spilka

Josephine Spilka, M.S., L.Ac., has been practicing Classical Chinese Medicine and Buddhist meditation for over 20 years, and is focused on investigating the relationship with essence in its many forms.


Category

Essential Oils



Tags

Immunity
Liver
San Jiao
Treatment Planning
Lung
Essential Oils


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Childhood Food Allergies
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Rebecca Avern
Rebecca Avern
Acupuncture for Treating the Hidden Roots of Disease - Course 3
Constitutions as foundations of Belief mechanisms
Hamid Montakab
Hamid Montakab
Shen Series - Course 4
Shen Disorders and TCM Patterns: Pathological Processes, Manifestations, and Treatment
Elisa Rossi
Elisa Rossi
Acupuncture for Treating the Hidden Roots of Disease - Course 2
Emotions and Instincts in Chinese Medicine
Hamid Montakab
Hamid Montakab
Instant Pain Relief with Akabane Needles in Auriculotherapy
Instant Pain Relief with Akabane Needles in Auriculotherapy
Fernanda Mara dos Santos
Fernanda Mara dos Santos
Wei-defensive Qi: Modern Use Learned from the Shang Han Lun and Wen Bing
Wei-defensive Qi: Modern Use Learned from the Shang Han Lun and Wen Bing
Hui Zhang
Hui Zhang
From Seed to Blossom
From Seed to Blossom
Josephine Spilka
Josephine Spilka
Master Class: Healing Sounds Organ Detoxification Qigong
Master Class: Healing Sounds Organ Detoxification Qigong
David Lloyd
David Lloyd
Calming the Emerging Mind
Calming the Emerging Mind
Rebecca Avern
Rebecca Avern
Acupuncture for Treating the Hidden Roots of Disease - Course 1
Psyche and the Body in Chinese Medicine
Hamid Montakab
Hamid Montakab
Drug-Herb Interactions - Course 3
Autonomic Nervous System Drugs and Chinese Medicine
Greg Sperber
Greg Sperber
Shen Series - Course 3
Emotions: How to Address the Jumbled Movements of Qi
Elisa Rossi
Elisa Rossi
Modern Illness, Chronic Inflammation & Our Future Patients
Modern Illness, Chronic Inflammation & Our Future Patients
Toni Krehel
Toni Krehel
Introduction to Chinese Astrology
Introduction to Chinese Astrology
Sonia Tan
Sonia Tan
Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification (SMAC) Webinar Program - Module III: Lower Extremity - Course 2
Motor Point Needle Protocols for Lower Extremity Muscles
Matt Callison
Matt Callison
Management of Headaches in Clinical Practice
Management of Headaches in Clinical Practice
Hamid Montakab
Hamid Montakab
Shen Series - Course 2
Shen, Hun, Po: Classical Texts and their Contemporary Clinical Application
Elisa Rossi
Elisa Rossi
Management of Seasonal and Perennial Allergies in Clinical Practice
Management of Seasonal and Perennial Allergies in Clinical Practice
Hamid Montakab
Hamid Montakab
Acupuncture Treatment for Pi Diseases in Shang Han Lun
Acupuncture Treatment for Pi Diseases in Shang Han Lun
Hui Zhang
Hui Zhang
Tongue Diagnosis in 5 Elements Model
Tongue Diagnosis in 5 Elements Model
Aaron Zizov
Aaron Zizov
Yin Yang & Four Types - Food as Medicine
Yin Yang & Four Types - Food as Medicine
Peter Torssell
Peter Torssell
Improving Function of the Gut-Brain Axis with Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs
Improving Function of the Gut-Brain Axis with Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs
Ayla Wolf
Ayla Wolf
Shen Series - Course 1
An Introduction: Classic and Contemporary Approach to Psycho-emotional Disorders
Free
Elisa Rossi
Elisa Rossi
The Nectar of Plants: Essential Oils and Chinese Medicine Series - Course 2
The Nectar of Plants: Essential Oils and Chinese Medicine Series - Course 2
Josephine Spilka
Josephine Spilka
Grasping Qi & Qigong Series - Course 1
Ancient Qigong Tradition Meets Modern Science
David Lloyd
David Lloyd
The Three Essences: The Holistic Harmony of Heaven, Earth and Humankind
The Three Essences: The Holistic Harmony of Heaven, Earth and Humankind
Free
Sonia Tan
Sonia Tan
The Pulse Atlas: Guide to Pulse Diagnosis
The Pulse Atlas: Guide to Pulse Diagnosis
Greg Cicciu
Greg Cicciu
The Encounter with the Patient: Sparkles and Traps
The Encounter with the Patient: Sparkles and Traps
Elisa Rossi
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Chronic Disease: The Initiating Causes and Downstream Effects
Chronic Disease: The Initiating Causes and Downstream Effects
Butch Levy
Butch Levy
Resolving Chronic Pain
Resolving Chronic Pain
Kiiko Matsumoto
Kiiko Matsumoto
Mastering the Treatment of Injury and Pain Series - Course 1
Introduction to Acupuncture Sports Medicine
Whitfield Reaves
Whitfield Reaves
Abdominal Acupuncture, Put Simply, Abdominal is Phenomenal
Abdominal Acupuncture, Put Simply, Abdominal is Phenomenal
Dave Shipsey
Dave Shipsey
The Big Formulas and the Big Ideas Behind Them - Course 1
Xiao Chai Hu Tang
Will Maclean
Will Maclean
The Big Formulas and the Big Ideas Behind Them - Course 2
Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang & the Directional Tendencies of Herbs
Will Maclean
Will Maclean
Drug-Herb Interactions - Course 1
The Basics of Pharmacology and Chinese Medicine
Greg Sperber
Greg Sperber
Essential Oils, Chinese Medicine, and Epigenetics
Essential Oils, Chinese Medicine, and Epigenetics
Josephine Spilka
Josephine Spilka
Single Systems: Balance System Acupuncture - Level 1
Single Systems: Balance System Acupuncture - Level 1
Sonia Tan
Sonia Tan