6 Wednesdays – September 12, 19, & 26; October 3, 10 & 17th. 5:30-8:30, $415
Participants in this class will be introduced to foundational theories of Chinese medicine. This first class in a series that will focus on Taoist Cosmology– the dominant philosophy behind the principles of Chinese medicine and the concept of Yin/Yang theory.
Following classes in this series will then move through the concepts of holism vs. reductionism, the principles of Qi (energy), 8 Principle theory, Zang/Fu (Organ) Theory, channels and point system, 6 Jiao Theory, 5 Element theory, and the generation of Qi, Blood and Fluids.
This is a required course for my apprentices, and is open to public and practitioners as well. There is no prerequisite for this class.
What we will cover–
Provide a brief history of Chinese Medicine and the lineage of Amma Therapy
Taoist Cosmology – The founding principles of Chinese Medicine
The detailed principles and rules of Yin & Yang and how they are used in assessment and treatment.
The 3 Branches and 8 Limbs of Asian medicine
The 8 Principles – Yin/Yang, Hot/Cold, Excess/Deficiency, Interior /Exterior
This class is a prerequisite for many of my classes in both the Amma Apprenticeship and for Nutrition students. I have space for 6 other participants in this classes so register early. NCCAOM PDA’s pending.