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Introductory Seminar

Investigating the ancient theory of acupoints and meridians to diagnose your wellbeing

Have you ever wondered about Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)? How it works and what are the underlying principles? But also how to improve your health with acupuncture, Chinese herbs and diet, or qigong? The 1st Thursday of every month, the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine is hosting introductory seminars where you will be able to engage with our speaker in a lively presentation that covers one of the topics in traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture. This is your chance to learn from accomplished practitioners and to ask them all you questions! And it's free.

TCM Research Methodology

Thursday, October 4th, 6.30 pm

Detractors of traditional Chinese Medicine usually say it does not work because it has no scientific proof, and research cannot be done to demonstrate its efficacy. However, Jim Fitzpatrick, acupuncturist and TCM practitioner, will show you otherwise. Jim Fitzpatrick completed his clinical doctorate in traditional Chinese medicine at Yo San University, California, USA, where he wrote his thesis on TCM Research Methodology. Jim will be discussing his findings and start a dialogue on how TCM efficacy can be verified on an evidence-based method.

How to Thrive in the Winter with Chinese Medicine?

Thursday, November 1st, 6.30 pm

Winters in Canada are known to be harsh. Have you ever wondered how you could enjoy the cold season without feeling miserable, and instead feeling great? Aline Yon, M.Sc, is a TCM student and a newcomer to Canada who used to hate the winter. After researching a famous TCM classic text (The Yellow Emperor’s Canon of Medicine, or Huang Di Nei Jing), she discovered how this ancient text helped her survive the cold and improve her health even during the winter! She will be sharing her findings and tips with you.

Topic to be confirmed

Thursday, December 6th at 6.30pm


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