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September 2018

Classical Tui Na: Essential Protocols and Principles

September 29, 2018 - September 30, 2018

Classical Tui Na and Traumatology Series Class I Sep 29-30, 2018: Classical Tui Na: Essential Protocols and Principles Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine is pleased to announce senior practitioner and instructor, Dr. Jen Resnick, DAHM, is offering an advanced elective Classical Tui Na and Traumatology course this fall. NCCAOM approval for up to 90 CEUs/PDAs is pending. Dr. Resnick has been a senior instructor of the Zheng Gu Tui Na method of Classical Chinese medical massage for over…

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October 2018

Advanced Cases in Chinese Medicine & Orthopedics

October 26, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine is pleased to announce senior practitioner and instructor, Dr. Jen Resnick, DAHM, will return to North Carolina to offer an advanced elective in Chinese Medicine and Traumatology. Treating sprains, strains, fractures and other traumatic injuries is an area of Chinese medicine that is often neglected in modern training. And yet, it has traditional modalities that far exceed what western medicine can do. We have so much more to offer than just rest and…

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Chinese Medicine for Traumatology

October 27, 2018 - October 28, 2018

This is Class II in the 2018-2019 Classical Tui Na and Traumatology Series. Senior practitioner and instructor, Dr. Jen Resnick, DAHM, is offering this advanced elective course. This class will change the way you practice!

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December 2018

Classical Tui Na: Treating the Neck and Upper Limb

December 1, 2018 - December 2, 2018

Classical Tui Na and Traumatology Series Class II Dec 1-2, 2018: Classical Tui Na: Treating the Neck and Upper Limb (prereq Class I) Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine is pleased to announce senior practitioner and instructor, Dr. Jen Resnick, DAHM, is returning to North Carolina to offer an advanced 6 credit elective Classical Tui Na and Traumatology course. If you took this class in 2017 and would like to repeat this weekend session, you can do so for…

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January 2019

Series: Chinese Dietary Therapy and Taoist Dietary Practices

January 26 - January 27

Weekend #1: Chinese food therapy for Optimal Digestion Understand the energetic properties of foods and how to use food as a healing modality for your patients. Learn to help patients continue their healing between appointments through dietary therapy. Sarah will discuss digestive complications and common disease pathology from a Chinese Medicine perspective and explore their treatments through the use of diet. Sarah Girard began studying Chinese dietary therapy in 1999. In 2009, she completed an extended Chinese Dietary Program through…

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March 2019

Series: Chinese Dietary Therapy and Taoist Dietary Practices

March 30 - March 31

Weekend #2: Principles of Chinese Food Therapy Applied to Modern Western Diets As practitioners we field questions daily from patients asking about popular nutritional trends and weight loss diets. In this exciting class, learn how to analyze those modern Western dietary trends from a Chinese medicine perspective. Sarah will choose a few of the most popular diets and discuss their merits and problems, through the lens of the nutritional values of foods and their Chinese medicine energetic properties. Sarah Girard,…

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April 2019

Classical Tui Na: Treating Internal Conditions

April 27 - April 28

Classical Tui Na and Traumatology Series In some internal conditions, Tui Na is the first and best treatment, acting more quickly than either acupuncture or herbs. This unique class focuses on those conditions such as asthma, dysmenorrhea and headaches, where tui na hand techniques and practical protocols can produce amazing effects. This class also introduces students to more subtle hand techniques to balance the organ system and three burners of the body. There are no prerequisites for this class. Dr.…

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