San Jose, CA -- San Francisco’s renowned Qigong Grandmaster Dr. Effie Chow visits November 18, 19, and 20 at Five Branches University in San Jose, CA to convene this extraordinary event hosted by Five Branches University.
Chow Medical Qigong Healing & Training Event promises to be a spectacular and life-changing course as Dr. Chow teaches specific meditations and energy exercises to give people a direct experience of the innate healing energy that exists in everyone. The Chow Integrated Healing System is a result of over 40 years working to integrate qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with Western medicine. Participants will become acquainted this system and will learn 1) about the energy system that governs the human body; 2) TCM assessment; intro energetic assessment; 3) methods for dispersing and tonifying; 4) methods of guiding qi with intention, visualization and breath; 5) qigong exercises for circulating and balancing the qi as well as effecting specific organ systems; 6) yin/yang theory; 7) theory of 5 elements; 8) energetic hygiene and self-care for the practitioner;
To register online, visit: http://chowmedicalqigong.eventbrite.com/
About Dr. Chow:
Dr. Chow is an RN, Licensed Acupuncturist, Qigong Grandmaster, Futurist, Author, Humanitarian, and Visionary. She wielded female influence in the world at a time when it was only talked about. Her system, Chow Medical Qigong has remarkably healed where all else have failed, and promotes the highest level of wellness, perfects skills in all sports. Some have founded a new career. In 2000 Dr. Chow was appointed by President Clinton to the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy. In 2007 the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine honored her as one of the "Pioneers and Leaders of Oriental Medicine in the USA.” She is founder and chair of the World Congress on Qigong and Traditional Medicine and is currently on an advisory board helping to develop a PBS 30-part series entitled “New Discoveries in Alternative Medicine.” TV, Radio and printed media have come from over 15 countries to interview her and film her work. There are over fifteen half to one hour TV/Radio films on Dr. Chow’s unique work. She has penned the book “Miracle Healing from China: Qigong,” and has created 2 DVDs and 1 CD for meditation. Dr. Chow has keynoted major conferences, including audiences of up to 10,000 attendees on occasion, and is a well-sought after speaker.
Qigong (pronounced “chee-gong”)
Five Branches University, host of this extraordinary event featuring Dr. Chow, is a nationally accredited, private, not-for-profit Graduate School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Five Branches University offers both Master’s and Doctoral level programs in Traditional Chinese Medicine, and certificate programs in Medical Qigong, Asian Bodywork, and more. For information about Five Branches, visit: http://www.fivebranches.edu
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About Five Branches University:
In 1984, Five Branches University became one of the first Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) colleges in the United States. Today, we are recognized as one of the nation’s top TCM and integrative medicine schools providing the highest level of professional education in Traditional Chinese Medicine and integrative medicine in the U.S. and internationally.
About Our Programs:
Our nationally accredited Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine (MTCM) and Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) programs provide a strong foundation in TCM diagnosis, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, the latest TCM research, extensive clinical training and a comprehensive integrative medical education. Our Asian Massage and Bodywork certification program is one of the Bay Area’s leading massage schools for NCCAOM certification in the Asian Healing Arts.