Announcing Berkeley workshop in Nan Jing Vessel Diagnosis, based on my latest book, "Ripples in the Flow". CEU's pending, and it will be held in a beautiful yoga studio (location to be announced shortly). Sponsored by Phil Settels at ACCHS, Oakland, please feel free to contact him or myself if interested. Second part will be [...]
It's been awhile, but wanted to thank everyone for checking this page. I have a new book on vessel diagnosis that was just released by Singing Dragon, "Ripples in the Flow: Vessel Diagnosis in the Nan Jing", and will be doing seminars and book signings to support the book at Pacific Symposium next Friday, November [...]
Thank you, everyone, who has been checking this page for activities. For more active updates, please check my personal page. In the meantime, I am on a break from live teaching, working on my third book "Afterglow: Ministerial Fire and Qi Transformation in Chinese Medicine", releasing my second book, "Ripples in the Flow: Vessel Diagnosis [...]
We are ready for the second Classical Chinese Medicine retreat in Taos, N.M.....hope you can join us!
I am teaching a very special seminar next month with my friend and colleague, Eric Rosenbush! One of the first times the relationship between Tibetan and Chinese medicine will be taught, in the Santa Monica Mountains outside Los Angeles!
My first book has arrived! Signed copies available at Shen Nong conference in NYC on March 25th or if you are in San Diego and want to pick up one at my office. Available now on Amazon for 3/21 delivery….twenty years in the making! Because it is based on Chinese medicine philosophy, lay people may [...]
“CLOUD HIDDEN/WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN” HARVESTING WILD MEDICINALS/STUDYING CLASSICAL CHINESE MEDICAL TEXTS A five-day excursion and study program with Z'ev Rosenberg L.Ac., Alembic Institute, San Diego, CA, and Sabine Wilms Ph.D., Happy Goat Productions and Imperial Tutor, Freeland, WA. Home base at Southern Methodist University, Taos, New Mexico This exciting program will take place in Taos, NM, [...]
In Jewish tradition, we say two things: 1) If one knows aleph, one should teach aleph. 2) One teaches according to learn. In this spirit, I am looking forward to 2018 and some exciting projects. I especially enjoy teaching in order to interact and share back and forth with my fellow practitioners, and I learn [...]
From the podcast Qilogical. Direct link: https://qiological.com/classics-complexity/ Enjoy!
I have a few announcements. My first book, "Return to the Source: Han Dynasty Medical Classics in Clinical Practice" is finished, and will be in the hands of the publisher this week (Singing Dragon), and the publication date is set for March 21, 2018. My editor, Daniel Schrier, D.O.M., has done an awesome job...we are [...]