TCM's Lost Foundation? New Herbal Webinar Course Open Now

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TCM's Lost Foundation? New Herbal Webinar Course Open Now

Postby Li » Fri May 02, 2014 2:56 am

Relevant questions for Chinese Medicine physicians of all levels of experience:

* Is a missing link in your herbal practice keeping you from practicing at the full clinical potential you know is possible?
* Have you ever felt that there must be a simple solution to a complex case, but don't have the edge to cut through a tangled web of interrelationships and surface symptoms?
* Have you noticed a gap between the way effective herbalists throughout history have thought, diagnosed and prescribed, versus what you have been taught? Are you concerned that the path to bridging this gap remains unclear?
* Do you feel confusion about the myriad separate systems and protocols of Chinese Medicine? Do you want to continue advancing with what you have already learned, but as a creative and integrated physician?

If you resonate with any of the above, you are not alone - and this upcoming course in Writing Precise Prescription with Qin Bo-Wei's 56 Methods with Jason Blalack was designed for you.


Qin Bo-Wei was one of the most important Scholar-Physicians of the 20th Century, and a major contributor to the synthesis that became modern TCM in the 1950s.

A strong advocate for emphasis on the study of Chinese Medicine classical texts and deeper appreciation of underlying theory, many of his most important ideas were not adopted. Consequently much of the foundation that Dr Qin thought was so important is missing in what we learn today.

Led by Jason Blalack, who studied under Dr Qin’s pupil, Wu Bo-Ping, this course is designed for experienced and aspiring practitioners seeking to learn:

* The theoretical foundation required to diagnose clearly and fluidly;
* A method to grow beyond the basic zang-fu pattern structure, and integrate in-depth classical knowledge into your practice;
* A capacity for precise herbal prescription through writing smaller, individualised, targeted formulas;
* Clinical skills refinement through case mentorship and analysis, via interactive videoconference

To gain a deeper understanding of the course and its benefits, register now for a free 90-minute introduction and course overview:

The full course begins on 17th May, don't miss out on this opportunity to take your practice to the next level.

Best Regards,
The Team @ Pearls Chinese Medicine
Guiding without pulling makes the process of learning gentle; urging without suppressing takes the process of learning easy; and opening the way without leading the students to the place makes them think for themselves.
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