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Info Session

DATES: Tuesday, September 11 TIME: 6:30 pm - 8 pm REGISTER NOW Get a first-hand account of what it's like to study at a premier TCM and acupuncture facility, and find out what a career in TCM or acupuncture entails. Our full- and part-time study curricula are designed to accommodate your busy schedule, and our Toronto campus is conveniently located in the heart of Chinatown. This is your chance to ask us about our admission requirements, learn about our TCM and acupuncture curriculum, tour the campus, and speak with our instructors. Learn how our program can start your career in healing. Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine was founded in 1998 by Professor Bin Jian Wu, who is a no

Meridians I

Date: Tuesday, September 4 - December 14 Time: 6 pm - 8 pm Fee: $390 ↓ REGISTRATION FORM HOW TO REGISTER Please download the form, fill it out and email it to info@studytcm.ca. Payment can be made by email transfer (to info@studytcm.ca), cash or cheque. We do not accept credit card or debit payment. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course lays the framework on meridians. For thousands of years, acupuncturists and traditional Chinese medicine practitioners have utilized the points along the meridians to manipulate qi to heal their patients. Meridians will cover the basics in meridians theory and the pathways, anatomical landmarks, and functions of the different systems, and nomenclature.

Business Management

Dates: Monday November 11 & Tuesday November 12 Time: 9 pm - 5 pm Fee: $225 ↓ REGISTRATION FORM HOW TO REGISTER Please download the form, fill it out and email it to info@studytcm.ca. We accept in e-transfer, or cheque COURSE DESCRIPTION A busy and successful acupuncture practice reaches more patients, creates a sustainable and healthy life for the practitioner and elevates the profession as a whole. Come learn the skills you need from a successful and experienced clinic owner and acupuncture business adviser. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR Elyse Tera has more than 18 years of experience as an acupuncturist in Arizona, USA. During her time there, she had successfully opened and sold two clinics and co

Qigong Self-Cultivation

Qigong Self-Cultivation I Date: Fridays, September 7 - December 14 Time: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm Fee: $390 Qigong Self-Cultivation II Date: Wednesdays, September 5 - December 12 Time: 6 pm - 8 pm Fee: $390 ↓ REGISTRATION FORM HOW TO REGISTER Please download the form, fill it out and email it to info@studytcm.ca. Payment can be made by email transfer (to info@studytcm.ca), cash or cheque. We do not accept credit card or debit payment. COURSE DESCRIPTION Qi Gong translates roughly to "energy work" from Mandarin. Qi (energy or life force) circulates through our body through the combination of postures, breathing, and concentration. Our day-to-day life is filled with stress and prolonged sedentary pos

Qigong Theory & Classics

Date & Time: Fridays, September 7 - December 14, 11 am - 1 pm Thursdays, September 6 - December 13, 6 pm - 8 pm Fee: $390 ↓ REGISTRATION FORM HOW TO REGISTER Please download the form, fill it out and email it to info@studytcm.ca. Payment can be made by email transfer (to info@studytcm.ca), cash or cheque. We do not accept credit card or debit payment. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course introduces the fundamental theory, classical literature, and practice of traditional Chinese qigong exercises for health and longevity. Students gain a direct personal experience on the concept of qi cultivation and its development and use in TCM as a foundation for their ongoing practices, personal well-being, an

Foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine I

Date: Fridays, September 7 - December 14 Time: 6 pm - 10 pm Fee: $780 Instructor: Nada Ashkar ↓ REGISTRATION FORM HOW TO REGISTER Please download the form, fill it out and email it to info@studytcm.ca. We accept in e-transfer, or cheque COURSE DESCRIPTION As the first part of the Foundation lectures, this course introduces the basic theoretical concepts of TCM. Students will explore yin/ yang theory; the five elements; traditional models for physiological function, including zang-fu organs and the substrates of energy (qi), essence (jing), blood (xue), and body fluids (jin-ye); pathogenic factors; and meridians. The theoretical and philosophical components of this course have a continuing an

Wu's Head Massage Certification

Date: 3 Weekends, Saturday September 22 - Sunday October 7 Time: 10:30 am - 6 pm Instructor: Prof. Ben Wu Cost: $980 Certification: Wu’s Head Massage Certificate for the 45 Hour Duration ↓ REGISTRATION FORM HOW TO REGISTER Please download the form, fill it out and email it to info@studytcm.ca. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides an additional skill or strengthens one's massage abilities by providing him or her with special head-tuina skills. Wu’s Head Massage (WHM) provides the students with a more specialized practice. The theory of WHM is taught, and hands-on training is offered. If you are a practising regulated health care professional (RMT, acupuncturist, TCM practitioner, etc.), y

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