Chinese Medicine Traveller

Bridging the World of Ancient Healing

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Power of Moxa- Fire of Life, in London 2015

Speaker: Dr. Suzanne Robidoux Translator: Course in English Location: London Date: October 7, 2015 For more information and to register, please email to ChineseMedicineTraveller@gmail.com

In Chinese language, the two characters of 针灸 (zhen jiu) can not be separated and make one entity. “Zhen” meaning acupuncture or the act of needling, and “jiu” meaning “moxibustion”. It is a common quote from the Huang Di Nei Jing (Inner Canon of the Yellow Emperor) which states: “If the disease can not be treated successfully with acupuncture; it will be treated with moxibustion.” Moxibustion and Acupuncture are often regarded as two legs of one medical system; one without the other can not go as far. Somehow moxibustion treatment approaches haven’t received the same importance in the west and most of the knowledge and experience have been left to the side and ignored.

   

Within the 15 years of living and practicing in China, Dr. Robidoux has practiced over 2 years with one of the Moxa masters Dr. Tao Kun in Nanjing and has also practiced with the famous Dr. Chen Ri xin in Jiang Xi, both known for being both holders of the traditional art of moxibustion and being innovator/s and developing new treatment approaches of moxibustion.

   

In this seminar, Dr. Robidoux will bring you one full day of learning all the effective moxibustion treatment approaches and what they are commonly used for in clinic. We will review the wide range of syndromes and diseases which can be treated with moxibustion therapy. From cold to heat syndromes, from excess to deficient patterns; from pain syndromes, stagnation patterns, yin or yang patterns and so on. While teaching these techniques, Dr. Robidoux will bring some interesting case studies of severe pain, paralysis, anorexia, life threatening bleeding disorders as well as infertility and multiple sclerosis.

 

For more information contact details are: Rupert@classicalchinesemedicine.co.uk and booking can be done online: www.classicalchinesemedicine.co.uk