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The Use of Magnets in Chinese Medicine - with Moshe Heller, L.Ac.

  • Kamwo Herbal Pharmacy

    211 Grand St, New York, NY (map)

    40.718895 -73.996033

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  • Price: $20.00 /per person

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  • The Use of Magnets in Chinese Medicine

    Yin Yang theory is at the heart of Chinese Medicine. The goal of this medicine in diagnosis and treatment is to find the relative imbalance between these two opposed energies and to balance them.

    Magnets are the embodiment of the energetic manifestation of Yin Yang theory. The two poles (bionorth and biosouth) representing two opposite energetic qualities provide a very precise therapeutic and diagnostic tool.

    There is significant evidence to show that magnetic energy affects the vital energy of the body. The electromagnetic fields influence the body’s bioenergy in predictable ways. Since influencing the body’s energy (Qi) is at the core of Chinese medicine magnets lend themselves very well to the therapeutic and diagnostic techniques of Chinese Medicine.

    It is suggested that between two magnets qi or the electromagnetic energy will flow in the connective tissue or the channels (meridians) from the bionorth(-) pole to the biosouth (+).

     

     

    Moshe Heller, 

    is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego. He is the former academic dean and chair of the department of oriental medicine at Pacific College, New York. Moshe has been practicing and teaching Chinese Medicine for the past 18 years. He taught at the Hebrew University, Medicine College, and the Israeli College of Complementary Medicine. He currently teaches Pediatrics and various other courses at Pacific, NY and lectured at the Pacific Symposium in San Diego. Moshe has also completed postgraduate work at the Guan An Men Hospital in Beijing, China where he focused on Internal Medicine and TCM Gynecology. He has also taken various postgraduate courses including Pediatrics and Japanese acupuncture and has participated in a research study on the use of acupuncture during labor. Moshe currently maintains a busy practice in NYC and finalizing his Doctorate in Chinese Medicine.

    This meetup will be in a 90 minute lecture format

    All our Meetups are essentially free! Attendees will be given a coupon of $20.00 toward purchases at Kamwo's Online Store; however you must be present in order to redeem coupon.



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  • SongLinh

    Hello Daphné, I didn't realize when signed up for this Meet-up that it will take place on Chinese New Year Eve! I really want to attend this Meet-up with Magnet topic, unfortunately I won't be able to make it. Please let me know how to cancel my reservation. Will payment be refunded in full? Or better yet, I hope the Meet-up can be moved to another day!!! Thanks for your assistance. SongLinh.

    December 18, 2013

Cancelled

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