Healing with Classical Chinese Medicine

Healing with Classical Chinese Medicine
Healing with Classical Chinese Medicine
18-19 Jan '20; 18-19 April '20
12:30-6PM (day 1 and 3); 10AM-5PM (day 2 and 4)

Classical Chinese Medicine, an almost lost medical tradition, is based on the deep wisdom of the Classics, such as the Yi Jing and Huang Di Nei Jing. In this course we will explore these roots of Chinese medicine about how Life is organized, where it comes from and how the natural organization is preserved as well as what illness means and how Chinese medicine can help to restore the balance in the various layers in which Life is expressed.


Thanks to the profound knowledge of Larry Ibarra Fredes and his ability to translate this knowledge into the work of your daily practice, this course offers you a simple but at the same time deep insight into the treatment of the body-spirit unity of your patients.


Course content


Weekend 1:


Life: explanation of Pi and Tai symbols in medicine:

  • The Yi Jing (I Ching) influence in Chinese Medicine fundamentals and practice.
  • The particular view of life, disease, and death phenomenon in Chinese Medicine.
  • The Key to understanding Classical Chinese Medicine thinking.


Five constants to keeping your Li - natural organization:

  • The patterns of internal organisation in nature.
  • The mechanism of rotation to conserve the patterns of life organization.
  • The rotation and movement of heaven qì explained in five steps, ruling each expression of human life.


Six Qì theory in clinic:

  • What they are in Classical Chinese Medicine physiology and how they express in our body and mind.
  • The six qì in pathology. Their interrelationship, patho-mechanism and how to identify them in practice (diagnosis).


Weekend 2:


More about disease mechanisms:

  • A fundamental way of disease formation: Inner exhaustion.
  • The fundamental diseases from spirit and essence, yin and yang and qi and blood.


Five virtues, emotion and spirit expressions: 

  • The different levels of life expression in human being.
  • What they are and what they do.
  • The influence of virtue, emotion and spirit in health and disease.


Simple, but deep approach treating the body and spirit with acupuncture, moxibustion, qigong and herbs:

  • The different classical strategies for the treatment of six qi diseases and inner exhaustion, using needles, moxa, qigong and herbs.
  • The way to self-healing and body-spirit reconnection.

Location
Kontakt der Kontinenten
Amersfoortsestraat 20
3769 AS Soesterberg

Tel: +31 346 351755
Language
English
Price
€ 776

incl. coffee/tea/water/lunch (day 2 and 4)

Price payment in instalments
€ 786

incl. coffee/tea/water/lunch (day 2 and 4)


Payment due date 1: 4 January 2020; amount due 1: € 398

Payment due date 2: 5 April 2020; amount due 2: € 388

Required knowledge

Basic TCM.

Target group

Acupuncturists, herbalists, tuina therapists, shiatsu therapists, last year TCM, students acupuncture, students herbalism, students tuina, students shiatsu.

Accredited by

Accreditation is obtained from NVA (code AT), NWP (3 points/day), and Zhong (category 1, 22 NAP).

Accreditation will be applied at Eufom and BAF if a student is a member of one of these organizations.

A member of the VNT can apply for an individual accreditation in the member section online.

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