Classical Chinese Medicine Presentations
2015 Lan Su Chinese Garden Lecture Series
The School of Classical Chinese Medicine at NCNM is pleased to be offering the following presentations at Lan Su Chinese Garden.
June 4 | 12 – 1 p.m.
East Meets West in the Kitchen: The Chinese Medicinal Approach to Healing with Food with Ellen Goldsmith, LAc
The underlying principles of Chinese medicine, which are deeply rooted in nature, have universal application in the promotion of health throughout many cultures. These principles are probably most widely accepted through the age-old tradition of preparing and eating food to support health. Ellen Goldsmith, MSOM, L.Ac., teacher of Chinese Dietary Therapy for the Classical Chinese Medicine Department at NCNM will present how the Chinese medicinal approach to food and diet can be brought into our lives for increased vitality and well being.
June 11 | 12 – 1 p.m.
From Food to Energy! with Tim Nelson, LAc
You can trust the Chinese to create truth about health, but you can't always decipher it. Looking at the main cuisines of China reveals how to eat with the qi of heaven and flavors of earth. Learn more with this informative presentation.
June 18 | 12 – 1 p.m.
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June 25 | 12 – 1 p.m.
Food As Medicine: Introduction to Basic Dietary Therapy in Chinese Medicine with Fung Ming Kung, Student – Classical Chinese Medicine Program
Like many other traditional cultures, the Chinese have used food as medicine for thousands of years. When you visit a Chinese grocery store, you probably see many foods you do not recognize. This presentation will introduce common Chinese foods you have seen in the market. Learn about their medicinal properties and ways to cook them. Dried and fresh food will be displayed and simple recipes shared.
Classical Chinese Medicine Scholar's Hour
Friday, May 29, 8 – 9 a.m., Academic Building Room 322
The Cosmic Octave
Charles Lev, LAc
Explore sound healing and the Music of the Spheres. Bridging Eastern and Western mystical traditions, we will witness a marriage of classical Chinese medical theory and the perennial Pythagorean dream of healing illness with a musical medicine derived from the Music of the Spheres. The acutonics community has expanded the work of Hans Cousto to create a coherent blending of planetary tuning forks and Chinese medicine that is rich in mythical archetypes and harmonic magic. Come enjoy a morning of listening, learning, and resonating with the Cosmos.