TCMzone Monthly CEU Webinars – 2019
All individual CEU Webinars are 2-hours, 2 NCCAOM, CA, FL, IL Board CEU’s, $40 per course
May 20: Fascial Release Yin Sotai for Relief of Lower Back Pain, Part 2
Yin Sotai for Relief of Lower Back Pain (Part 2): This 2nd part of this 2-part series will focus on demonstrating the Yin Sotai, Fascial Release treatments to alleviate low back pain. Yin Sotai is a gentle form of bodywork and holds to all the Sotai principles. Participants will learn the six “listening posts” of Yin Sotai and be able to explain why a whole-body approach to low back pain is more effective than simply placing local needles. You don’t want to miss this class, showing effective demonstrations of this therapeutic method.
Bob Quinn, L.Ac., Ph.D. earned his masters and doctoral degrees in Chinese Medicine in 1998 and 2008 respectively. His doctoral capstone project was on the topic of “Wholeness in Traditional East Asian Medicine.” In his clinical practice at the National College of Natural Medicine and in his private SE Portland clinic Bob treats a variety of conditions, ranging from musculoskeletal pain, to anxiety, to chronic conditions, including Lyme disease. He studied and practices Japanese Meridian Therapy style of Acupuncture.
Monday, May 20, 12-2pm PT, Yin Sotai for Relief of Lower Back Pain (Part 2)
June 24 & 25: Mind-body treatment protocols based on Shang Han Lun formula Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Bilingual) by Yueying Li, L.Ac.
– Updated New Webinar (2 CEU’s/PDA’s pending)
Mind-body treatment protocols based on Shang Han Lun formula Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Bilingual): This course will focus on Dr. Yueying Li’s expansive clinical expertise in treating mind-body disorders using Shang Han Lun classical formulas. Shao-yang stage is an important disease development phase in Shang Han Lun. Many modern-day mind-body conditions relate to Shao-yang stage pathological changes. Xiao Chai Hu Tang is the key formula in Shang Han Lun and it is the foundation for building treatment protocols for many mind-body illnesses. In Japan, Xiao Chai Hu Tang is the most popular classical formula used in Kampo with over 200 research papers published for many different conditions. With its simple and yet very effective combinations of 7 herbs, Xiao Chan Hu Tang can be used in many issues that an acupuncturist faces everyday. Dr. Li will introduce her Xiao Chai Hu Tang centered clinical usage of many classical herbal formulas based upon her 30+ years of clinical experiences as well as Shang Han Lun’s Shao-yang stage theory. She will provide an easy approach to complicated clinical conditions.
Yueying Li, L.Ac. After graduated from Luzhou University Medical School in China in 1982, Dr. Li spent a year in the hospital’s emergency room where she integrated modern, biomedical medicine with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). As a TCM Internal Medicine Specialist and attending physician, Dr. Li treated a variety of illness. She also taught medical school courses and conducted extensive research in cardiovascular disease and in dermatological disorders. She went on to further her medical education in internal medicine, acupuncture and dermatology at Luzhou, Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Sichuan Institute of Dermatology. She continued to hone her skills by studying under two of China’s leading dermatologists. She then left China to practice for over two years in a dermatology clinic in London, England. Dr. Li’s 30+ years of clinical experience and teaching Chinese medicine fulfilled her dream of healing people and helping them feel good about themselves. Dr. Li is also a professor at Yo San University, Los Angeles.
Monday, June 24 12-2pm PT, Mind-body treatment protocols based on Shang Han Lun formula Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Chinese)
Tuesday, June 25 12-2pm PT, Mind-body treatment protocols based on Shang Han Lun formula Xiao Chai Hu Tang (English)
TCMzone July-Dec. 2019 CEU Webinar Package
July-December 2019 Webinar Package (English)
July-December 2019 Webinar Package (Chinese)
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