Treating the Endocrine System with Acupuncture
and Chinese Medicine
with
Jeffrey Yuen

Seminar Information

Saturday, March 24, 2012
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sunday March 25, 2012
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

14 CEUs Available (California CEU not available for this seminar)

Location:
DoubleTree by Hilton Columbia
5485 Twin Knolls Road
Columbia, MD 21045

410.997.1060


For additional information call 443.320.1695 or email: registrar@maryland-acupuncture.org


Registration Fees
Fee
Before Feb 25
After Feb 25
MAS Member
$270
$295
MAS Student Member
$245
$270
Non-MAS Attendee
$330
$355
Allied Organization Member *
$300
$325

Cancellation Policy:
Cancel by February 25, 2012
— 75% refund
Cancel after February 25, 2012
— No refund


Day 1

  • The Jin-Ye and correlations with Jing-Essence
  • Correlations between Jin-Ye and Xue-Blood
  • Model to Integrate Jin-Ye, Blood, and Qi
  • Relationships to the Zang-Fu and Curious Fu
  • Interface with the Glandular Model of Biomedicine
  • Factors Affecting the Hormones

Day 2

  • Review & Synopsis of Day 1
  • Endocrine Issues and their treatment
  • Immunity
  • Auto-Immunity
  • Neurology
  • Psychology
  • Glandular Swellings

This weekend seminar will focus on integrating theories of the endocrine system with Chinese medicine. There will be a focus on the inter-relationship between the glands and their energetic similarities to the features of the Zang-Fu, particularly the San Jiao. Participants will develop strategies using acupuncture and herbal applications to treat endocrine issues relating to immunity, autoimmunity, neurology, and psychology.

The endocrine system of biomedicine is closely related to the concepts and theories articulated by the Jin-Ye within the perspective of Chinese medicine. The relationship of ye-thick fluids to the jing-essence and their impact on the processes of human development, physiology, and aging conveys some of the functions associated with the hormonal secretions of our body. More importantly, the attributes associated with the jin-ye to xue-blood and their respective Zang-Fu (as well as the Curious Fu) relationship clarify for the practitioner of Chinese medicine a better understanding of some of the major issues clinically seen pertaining to the endocrine system.

 

Jeffrey Yuen

Jeffrey YuenJeffrey Yuen comes from a Daoist lineage and is an ordained priest of two traditions of Daoism, the Jade Purity and Complete Reality schools. Jeffrey served as Dean of Academic Affairs of the Acupuncture Program at the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences and is President of the International Tai Chi Institute, both in New York City. Mr. Yuen was the first recipient of the Educator of the Year Award conferred by the AAAOM. He lectures frequently nationally and abroad. Recently, a post-graduate center for Chinese medicine was created in Dublin, Ireland devoted to his teachings of Classical Chinese Medicine.


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