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Foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine I

*Due to COVID 19 in person attendance is limited but the course will be offered online. Foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine I Wednesdays, Sep 9th - Dec 16th, 2020 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM Duration: 60 hours, over the course of 4 months Location: Online Fee: $780 Instructor: Zachary Lui REGISTER HERE 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 theoretica

Yangshen/Chinese Health Cultivation

*Due to COVID 19 in person attendance is limited but the course will be offered online. Yangshen/ Chinese Health Cultivation Tuesday, 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM Sep 8th - Dec 15th, 2020 Duration: 45 hours, over the course of 4 months Location: Online Fee: $585 Call 416 901 8818 or email toronto@octcm.com for more information Register Now COURSE DESCRIPTION The concept of Fuyang (prevention) and Yangsheng (preservation) lies as the keystone in the practice of Chinese medicine. The Huangdi Neijing says it well through the saying: "don't wait until you are thirsty to dig a well." This course introduces the key concepts of disease prevention and health preservation according to Chinese medicine theory

Qigong Self-Cultivation

*Due to COVID 19 in person attendance is limited but the course will be offered online. Qigong Self-Cultivation Monday, Sep 14th - Nov 23rd 6:00 pm 9:00 pm Duration: 30 hours, over the course of 3 months Location: Online Fee: $390 Call 416 901 8818 or email toronto@octcm.com for more information Register Now 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

Upcoming Online CEU Courses

*Due to COVID 19 in-person attendance is limited but the course will be offered online. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Huang Di Nei Jing - 45 Hours DATE: Sep 10th - Dec 17th TIME: 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM Location: Online FEE: $585 CAD Instructor: Jesse Lown Course Description This advanced training course introduces the most fundamental text on traditional Chinese medicine, the Huangdi Neijing, or in English, The Yellow Emperor’s Canon of Internal Medicine. This course explores the rich depth of this classic and its implications to the theory and practice of TCM in clinical settings. TCM Research Methodology - 45 Hours DATE: Sep 11th - Dec 18th TIME: 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM Location: Online FEE: $585 CAD Inst

Upcoming Online CEU Courses

*Due to COVID 19 in person attendance is limited but the course will be offered online. Register Now Huang Di Nei Jing - 45 Hours DATE: Sep 10th - Dec 17th TIME: 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM Location: Online FEE: $585 CAD Instructor: Jesse Lown Course Description This advanced training course introduces the most fundamental text on traditional Chinese medicine, the Huangdi Neijing, or in English, The Yellow Emperor’s Canon of Internal Medicine. This course explores the rich depth of this classic and its implications to the theory and practice of TCM in clinical settings. TCM Research Methodology - 45 Hours DATE: Sep 11th - Dec 18th TIME: 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM Location: Online FEE: $585 CAD Instructor: Ji

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