Treating the elderly

This course will examine the different approaches stemming from yang sheng practices and the various modalities that can be applied to the senior population. In addition, the modern emphasis of blood stasis associated with the elderly by TCM will be discussed, along with common geriatric conditions and their treatment strategies – including coronary and cerebral diseases, dementia, urinary issues, bone-related problems, and contending with mortality.

Friday Special Lecture 

Treatment of Long Covid from a Chinese Medicine Perspective

This course at a glance

Date: 

June 17 – 19, 2022

Day/Time: 

Fr./Sa./Su., 09.00 - 17.00 

Hours: 

21

Teacher: 

Jeffrey Yuen

 

Language: 

English

Cost:

CHF 260.00/day
CHF 695.00/3 days

Place:

Hotel Banana City
8400 Winterthur, Switzerland

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About this course

June 17, 2021
Treatment of Long Covid from a Chinese Medicine Perspective

A number of individuals have continued to suffer from a vast array of signs and symptoms long after contracting and recovering from SARS-CoV-2, ranging from fatigue, residual cough, shortness of breath, muscle and joint aches/pain, and mental issues, such as depression, brain fog, and difficulty in concentration. In addition, some patients have been found to have damage to their internal organs, most notably the lungs, heart, and brain. From a Chinese medical perspective, these patients would be considered having the inability to fully release the li-pestilent agent due to various intrinsic and extrinsic factors. This one-day seminar will explore the mechanism of pestilent invasion, the process of fu-latency-incubation, and the measures that can be utilized to fully resolve lingering issues and conditions.

June 18 - 19, 2021

Treating the elderly

 
Aging is a natural process and endemic with its advances are certain decline of bodily and mental functions. Rich in Chinese medical literature is the role of yang sheng – nurturing life – in its association with safeguarding, and even prolonging a healthy and fulfilling life.  Attributing aging to be primarily based on the demise of jing-essence, numerous approaches have been developed and utilized within Chinese medicine and Daoism to conserve and strengthen this precious humor. By understanding the cyclical aspects of the jing-essence, a detailed survey of its physiology can be cultivated so as to optimize the health of the elders. This course will examine the different approaches stemming from yang sheng practices and the various modalities that can be applied to the senior population. In addition, the modern emphasis of blood stasis associated with the elderly by TCM will be discussed, along with common geriatric conditions and their treatment strategies – including coronary and cerebral diseases, dementia, urinary issues, bone-related problems, and contending with mortality.

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«I am fascinated by the depth of Jeffrey’s lectures!»

Sonja., Participant

About the teacher

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Jeffrey C. Yuen is one of the most sought-after teachers of Chinese medicine throughout the world. He is an 88th generation Daoist priest from the Jade Purity School, Lao Tzu sect, and a 26th generation priest of the Complete Reality School, Dragon Gate sect. He apprenticed for more than 20 years in Classical Chinese Medicine and other Daoist healing arts with Master Yu Wen, who transmitted his lineage to Master Yuen before Master Yu Wen’s death at the age of 108. He also studied under the direct tutelage of Lu Xin-Zu, a Daoist priest of the Long Men tradition.