Learn about “The Art of Chinese Healing” at the Richmond Area Arts Center, 399 W. Water St, each Tuesday in April, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
This four week class will be taught by Dr. Aihua Yin.
“The Art of Chinese Healing” is a huge part of China’s 5,000 year history and culture. Traditional Chinese medicine goes back to the time of the Yellow Emperor (2600 BC) when people lived intimately and harmonically with Mother Nature, Dr. Yin said.
In Chinese medicine, natural healing and disease management stem from energy healing. It is the internal life energy flowing from conscious thought into the natural and man-made world around us. This natural healing is the continuous stream of energy healing that transforms the chaos within your body and mind often caused by distorted thoughts and accumulated toxins into recovery and rejuvenation. Energy healing is effective disease management.
In this short course, Dr. Yin will introduce Chinese healing with a hands-on approach. The possible topics of this introductory course include:
• Food Cure
• Herbs and Teas
• Breathing and Stress Relief
• Acupuncture and Acupressure.
Traditional Chinese medicine is a self-help medicine.
Tuition for all four classes is $40 and includes handouts of each class.
To register call 624-4242 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.