Health care and preservation of traditional Chinese medicine Lecture 1

X balance massage method: Prevent COVID-19

Step-by-step acupoint pressing tutorial

Recently, the corona virus is raging, and many patients with mild and moderate symptoms can only be quarantined at home and rely on their own immune system to recover their health. Correct use of Zhou Erjin’s X balance massage method to press relevant acupoints will greatly help the recovery process. The X balance method is simple, and can help to quickly clear the meridians, eliminate waste in the body, enhance immunity and restore health. It is also applicable to other colds and pneumonia. 

We invited traditional medicine enthusiast Mr Tang Guanqun to explain Zhou Erjin’s X balance massage method through a Zoom meeting. 

Sunday, April 26  2:00-4:00 pm
ZOOM ID: 854-129-1722

Who is our audience?

Lecture audiences:

1. Those wanting to learn about information relating to the prevention of COVID 19
2. Pneumonia and COVID patients
3. People with the common flu
4. All traditional medicine enthusiasts

 

Sign-up link
 
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/x-tickets-103467088848
OR 
https://forms.gle/QobhcXR7Ua7TDk5h9

Health care and preservation of traditional Chinese medicine Lecture 2

On the afternoon of Sunday, April 26, teacher Tang Guanqun shared some of his learning experiences when working with Mr. Zhou Erjin, and taught everyone how to find acupuncture points on ears and hands through careful recording of teaching videos. Everyone feels very benefited! In particular, the use of pinching crests to improve immunity, the use of sneezing to remove dampness and coldness, and the treatment of colds, pneumonia, cough and asthma through ear points and hand points are of great help to everyone. 

CFCCE also established the Taihe Chinese Medicine Health Club, hoping to spread the knowledge of Chinese medicine to the public through a series of lectures on Chinese medicine health, and improve everyone’s awareness and understanding of their own bodies, and shift from paying attention to disease to paying attention How to make yourself healthy from the root causes, slowly learn the wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine from “treating pre-diseased”! It is hoped that the wisdom of Chinese medicine will no longer be a collection of documents shelved, but into the homes of ordinary people. 

Also welcome everyone to continue to pay attention to us, pay attention to health, pay attention to Taihe Chinese Medicine Health Club! 

 

Sunday, May 3rd 2:00-4:00 pm

ZOOM ID: 854-129-1722

Health care and preservation of traditional Chinese medicine Lecture 3

To be healthy is to develop good habits
 

Health preservation in Chinese medicine refers to following the laws of life, paying attention to the rules of diet, observing natural laws, and balancing yin and yang. So what can we ordinary people do at home?

In this lecture on health preservation of Chinese medicine, we invited Wu Yicheng, a well-known Chinese medicine doctor in Jiangsu Province. Dr. Wu is a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner who has practiced medicine for more than 40 years and is also a martial arts enthusiast. Moved to Toronto in 2016. He will tell us — what is the use of health preservation? What is health preservation? How to take care of your health without being drained or tired from it?

You are welcome to invite friends to come and listen!

 

Lecturer: Wu Yicheng
Time: May 17th, 2:00-4:00 pm
Zoom meeting number: 854 129 1722

Health care and preservation of traditional Chinese medicine Lecture 2

Viewing chronic diseases of middle-aged and elderly people from different angles of traditional Chinese and western medicine

 

In this lecture, we invited registered traditional Chinese medicine physician Ding Lei to tell us how to treat chronic diseases of middle-aged and elderly people, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease, from different perspectives of Chinese and Western medicine.

You are welcome to invite friends and family to come and listen!

Physician profile:
Ding Lei was born in a family of Chinese medicine and has a deep family background. He graduated from Beijing University School of Medicine, worked as a surgeon for 20 years and worked in the Lung Transplant Center of Toronto General Hospital. After studying Chinese medicine, he is currently engaged in a combination of Chinese and Western medicine, treating various diseases, and is good at combining Chinese medicine with acupuncture and moxibustion to treat many chronic diseases.

 

Lecturer: Ding Lei

Time: June 7th, 2:00-4:00 pm

 

Zoom meeting number: 854 129 1722