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Qigong Cultivation

Qigong Cultivation Tuesday, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm (May 7 - August 13th, no class May 20th & July1st) Duration: 30 hours, over the course of 4 months Fee: $390 Call 416 901 8818 or email toronto@octcm.com for more information Register Now By Completing and Emailing This Form 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 posture which causes the qi to slow down and fester. Symptoms like lethargy, lack of focus, and increased susceptibility to getting sick start to appear. This class

Public Exposure, Strategic Design & Communication for Acupuncturists & TCMPs, Presented by S

Date: Thursday, May 9, 2019 Time: 6:30 pm - 8 pm Cost: Free Register Now This presentation provides practicing acupuncturists and TCMPs a view from your public’s point of view. Learn how to connect with your market and build your practice from a design & communication expert. About the Presenter Siew Ling was a familiar face at the front desk working as the Marketing Coordinator at the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Toronto Campus. Where she built the college’s brand, web and communication presence. Prior to her stint at the college she worked as a freelance graphic designer at a few advertising agencies, banking and tech industries. She has also has a passion for small bus

Dao Needle Therapy

Date: Saturday, May 25 - Sunday, May 26 Early Bird Price: $500 CAD by March 31st Regular Price: $600 CAD Register Now Instructor: Brian Bowen M.S.Ac., Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)®, LAc, CMT, PA Certification: Dao Needle Therapy Level 1 Location: OCTCM Toronto, 283 Spadina Avenue, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON Dāo Needle Therapy is a revolutionary acupuncture technique that consistently eliminates scar tissue and stubborn pain. Dāo Needle Therapy utilizes a special style of acupuncture needle and a variety of diagnostic tools to bridge the gap between Chinese Meridian Therapy and the musculoskeletal chain. This interactive course will instruct participants on this new needling technique while covering the un

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