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June 2019

ACAOM Institutional and Acupuncture Program Re-accreditation Site Visit

June 7 - June 9

Jung Tao School is pleased to announce that the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) has scheduled an Institutional and Acupuncture program accreditation site visit to Jung Tao School in June 2019. The dates of the scheduled visit are: Friday, June 7 - Sunday, June 9, 2019 There are scheduled group meetings with alumni, faculty, staff, and each current student cohort. If any individual would like to arrange to speak privately and confidentially with the ACAOM site team…

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Qi Gong for Clinical Use: Rehabilitation and Neural Re-Education

June 29 - June 30

Classical Tui Na and Traumatology Series Class VI June 29-30, 2019: Qi Gong for Clinical Use: Rehabilitation and Neural Re-Education Treatment of common orthopedic conditions are far more effective when the patient is educated on proper alignment, gait and use of limbs. Qi Gong exercises are rich in material for the practitioner to instruct patients to correct habits and postures that can lead to repetitive stress injuries and other problems. This class will provide the practitioner with exercises for all…

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July 2019

Early Daoist Dietary Practices: Pathways to Health and Longevity—Shawn Arthur, Ph.D.

July 27 - July 28

Shawn will explore the classical text, Lingbao Wufuxu (The Preface to the Five Lingbao Talismans of Numinous Treasure), a fifth-century manual of herbal-based, immortality-oriented recipes, to explore Daoist ideas of the body’s composition and mutability, health and disease, interactions with the spirit realm, and immortality. Much as the modern Western world is concerned with diets, health, and anti- aging remedies, early medieval Chinese Daoists also actively sought to improve health and increase longevity through dietary practices. Students will explore how…

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