Thursday April 21, 2015 9:00-12, 1:30-5:30 in Petaluma
A day with Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee
Lingshu Chapter 8 Part 2 and the Concept of Time in Classical Chinese Thought
The morning session will be a review of the second part of Lingshu Chapter 8 with Elisabeth as part of our ongoing Neijing series and is approved for 3 CEUs. The afternoon will be a presentation on Time: Timeliness and the Rhythms of Time in classical Chinese Thought and is approved for 4 CEUs. Please see our complete flyer for more information here Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee Flyer -April 21 2016 Program or call us at (707) 763-8040.

Classical Chinese Medicine Study Series:April 2, 2016, April 21 (with Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee), May 7, June 4 and July 9 from 9am-12 noon (3 CEUs per meeting). This is an ongoing series that studies the fundamental chapters of the Neijing in Chinese. We take the format of a collaborative group with each participant involved in the discussions. We are currently covering Lingshu Chapter 8, Rooted in Spirits. Each meeting provides 3 CEUs for acupuncturists and are taught by Sean Fannin with meetings led twice a year by Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee.

Chinese Herbal Medicine Dispensary Internship: Provides students of Chinese Medicine an opportunity to work in a busy herbal dispensary and have ongoing interactions with experienced practitioners. This allows interns the chance to learn how Chinese herbal medicine is practiced  - from formula construction and modification to client communication, with an emphasis on developing a relationship with the herbs and engaging with the client.   Our internship includes tutorials and practical experience at all levels of practice. Feel free to contact us for future opportunities.

Ongoing Chinese Philosophy and Medical Qigong Group: Meets the third Saturday of the month from 9:30-11:30 $25, $21 for CTHA members In-depth discussion of classical Chinese philosophy in application to modern life, intermediate and advanced qigong principles and exercises and group practice.

Medical Qigong Workshops and Private Training: Periodic workshops on the Fundamental Practices of Medical Qigong - Quiet Qigong, Three Gates Gong, the First & Second Moving Gong, Closing Gong and more. Private lessons are also available at all levels.

Parkour Fitness Training: Parkour is a method of moving through the environment harmoniously and efficiently, with an emphasis on flowing with rather than opposing obstacles that are in our path. Parkour fitness utilizes the methodology of parkour to cultivate strength, balance, coordination, endurance, and flow, using only your body and immediate environment. Sessions include warm-ups, quadrupedal movements, balance training, running, jumping, vaulting and climbing in a safe and progressive manner. It is accessible for any age and any fitness level.

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