Neoclassical pulse diagnosis
EXTRAORDINARY VESSELS & THE SIX CHANNELS
Presented by Thomas Richardson
NOVEMBER 9-11, 2019
2 DAY FOUNDATIONS
+ 1 DAY ADVANCED
DUXTON HOTEL, PERTH
Neoclassical Pulse Diagnosis is a powerful system of pulse diagnosis that is deeply rooted in the classics (especially the Mai Jing, known as the 'acupuncturists pulse'. It is a systematic integration of a classical anatomical approach to pulse taking along with channel-based methods of assessment.
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Yin Pin Gong - Summer Edition
Sunday, December 8th 2019
10.30am to 12.30pm at Northside Hub, Wangara
Summer is our most Yang season and related to the Fire element; it is a time of vibrant activity, outward movement and expansion. As the rapid, upward and erratic surge of growth from Spring begins to slow down, nature shows us it’s now time to reach out and encompass as much as we possibly can.
We look to interact with others, get outdoors, seek adventure and the things that give us the most joy to open our Heart centre. To balance out all the activity we also find space in peaceful rest in the sun. Our mind and spirit settle, allowing us to take in as much Yang energy as we can, to restore and keep us going when the cooler more Yin times return. The warmth of Summer allows us to fully celebrate life and its bounty and find peace in our heart.
We will start with a nourishing Yin yoga, sequenced around the summer element of fire and the Heart and Small Intestine meridians. Led by yoga teacher Kat Gregory to ground into the physical body as well as awaken the energetic channels. Acupuncturist Natalie Bailey (BHlthSc) will weave her vast knowledge of Traditional Chinese medicine philosophy throughout the practice to give a deeper understanding of the Fire element and meridians. The yoga will be supported by gentle sound healing from Kohra Rees.