Courses

  • Elementary Aspects of Canonical Chinese Medicine

    10 Lessonsin
    • Online - Elementary Aspects of Canonical Chinese Medicine - USD$110.00 every 6 months and a USD$441.00 sign-up fee

    Canonical Chinese Medicine is the style of Chinese medicine practiced along the tenets codified in the Western and Eastern Han dynasty (approx. 200 BC- 200 CE) medical classics or canons. It is the foundation of both clinical and theoretical Chinese medicine as we know it. Canonical Chinese medicine is comprised of two main schools being the Yellow Emperor huangdi 黄帝school of Medical Canons yijing pai 醫經派and the Divine Farmer shennong 神农school of Canonical Formulas jingfang pai经方派.

  • Tian-Zeng Lineage® Jingui Yaolue Case Studies and Clinical Strategies

    10 Lessonsin
    • Online - Tian-Zeng Lineage Jingui Yaolue Case Studies and Clinical Strategies - USD$110.00 every 6 months and a USD$441.00 sign-up fee

    The Shanghan Zabing Lun is the first historical manual to teach the treatment of both acute and chronic complex diseases that have been triggered externally or have arisen from internal damage. Though a classical work, it is of great clinical value for modern day practice. During this seminar, Dr. Versluys will provide a case-based instruction on the pathomechanism and herbal treatment of a core selection of modern disorders as analyzed and regarded through the classical lens of Zhang Zhongjing.

  • Jingui Yaolue Abdominal Diagnosis Fukushin

    9 Lessonsin
    • Online - Jingui Yaolue Abdominal Diagnosis: Fukushin - USD$55.00 every 6 months and a USD$220.50 sign-up fee

    Japanese abdominal diagnosis or Fukushin is the diagnostic art developed in medieval Japan based on the canonical writings by Zhang Zhongjing. Careful inspection of the Shanghan Zabing Lun reveals countless references to abdominal conditions that could only have been diagnosed by actual palpation of the abdomen. The skill however never fully developed in China but flourished in Japan. Fukushin 腹診 refers specifically to the style of abdominal diagnosis developed by Japanese scholars during the Edo period (1603-1867 CE) for the purpose of prescribing the Han dynasty formulas of Zhang Zhongjing.

  • Tian-Lineage Jingui Yaolue Pulse Diagnosis

    2 Lessonsin

      Diagnosis in Han-dynasty was primarily done by taking the pulse. Every formula can be identified through one or more pulse patterns presenting in the patient. Though many pulses are mentioned in the Jingui Yaolue, crucial detail is often hidden, and it is as if this knowledge is merely implicitly present, as if it were embedded. Therefore, the Tian Heming Canonical Formula lineage’s main strength and contribution to the field of Chinese medicine to have made this advanced knowledge on pulse diagnosis crystal clear and evident. This knowledge has never been recorded in any book, but was rather transmitted orally from Dr. Tian Heming through Dr. Zeng Rongxiu to Dr. Arnaud Versluys. The latter of which has been teaching this material around the world in more systematized and structured format since a few years.

    • The Diseases of the Jingui Yaolue, Part 1

      9 Lessonsin
      • Online - The Diseases of the Jingui Yaolue - USD$110.00 every 6 months and a USD$441.00 sign-up fee

      This is the authoritative instruction of the etio-pathology and treatment of over 70 complex diseases recorded in the Essentials of the Golden Cabinet or Jingui Yaolue. Virtually all illnesses of the original text are discussed in great detail, allowing the student to gain an ultimate and conclusive insight into the pathomechanisms behind these often chronic, recalcitrant and debilitating illnesses. The formulas used in the Jingui are taught in their respective clinical contexts.