Free Talk: Healthy Summer Living
Healthy Summer Living
DATE: June 28, 2023, Wednesday
TIME: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
PRESENTED BY: Henry Tarazona R.Ac, R. TCMP
LOCATION: OCTCM Toronto Campus (283 Spadina Ave, 3rd Fl)
Summer solstice has arrived! Join our Free Talk: Healthy Summer Living to explore the profound wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine and unlock the secrets to a revitalized, harmonious summer. Discover the essential principles of TCM as our presenter Henry Tarazona guide you through the interplay of diet, activities, and well-being during this vibrant season. Learn which foods nourish and energize your body, and uncover the most beneficial activities to embrace during the summer months. Gain invaluable insights on self-care and extend your newfound knowledge to care for your loved ones, creating a harmonious and balanced summer for all.
Don't miss this great opportunity to deepen your understanding of TCM's transformative impact on health. Reserve your spot now and embark on a journey towards vibrant well-being!
Henry Tarazona (B.M , M.D, PhD China) R.TCMP, R.Ac
Professor Henry Tarazona developed an interest in Chinese culture from an early age, particularly in Chinese medicine. Growing up, he spent a lot of time in hospitals with his parents who are doctors, which sparked his fascination with medicine.
At the age of eighteen, Henry traveled to China to learn the language and immerse himself in its customs. Later, he enrolled in Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine where he obtained a bachelor's degree in traditional Chinese medicine. Eager to learn more, he continued his studies and graduated in 2019 with a master's degree in medicine with a specialization in acupuncture and Tuina. He also completed his doctoral studies in Chinese medicine, acupuncture, and Tuina, graduating with honors from the same university.
Henry spent twelve years studying and working in different hospitals in Beijing and Tianjin, North China. He specializes in treating internal medicine, pain management, pediatrics, gynecology, and neurological diseases. Recently, he started his practice in Ontario, Canada, where he provides care for patients with all his knowledge and dedication.
In addition to his clinical work, Henry is also a professor at several colleges and universities of Chinese medicine around the world, including Canada, Greece, Chile, Brazil, and Vietnam. He has also been invited to numerous international conferences on Chinese medicine in various countries.
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