Nurturing the Unfolding of Life
Jeffrey Yuen

Seminar Information

Saturday, December 4, 2010
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sunday December 5, 2010
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

14 CEUs Available - approval for California CEUs pending

Sheraton Columbia
10207 Wincopin Circle
Columbia, MD 21044

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Day 1

  • Cycles of 7 and 8: the Unfolding of Life
  • The Challenging "Palaces" of Life
  • Health and Longevity its Pursuit
  • Gender and Age Differences
  • Importance of Diet and the Dietary Spectrum
  • Role of Exercise

Day 2

  • Fountain of "Youth" Are there "Anti-Aging" Choices?
  • Fountain of "Inspiration" Meditation and its Role
  • Small Changes vs. Big Changes in Our Lifestyle
  • Finding the Magical "Cure" within Ourselves
  • Lifelong Health its Reality

It is almost universal for individuals to desire optimum health and longevity. Inherent in Chinese medicine is the emphasis on medicine as preventive health care, rather than palliative treatment. Accordingly, the key to optimum health lies in maintaining healthy living habits and attitudes. Much of the teachings in health preservation has been associated with Daoist traditions and their healing arts. Crucial to nurturing ourselves is the ability to acknowledge and prepare for the cyclical changes (e.g., cycles of 7 and 8) that are imminent in the unfolding of life.

This 2-day seminar will focus on the dynamic considerations that occur at the various phases of our life from dietary to lifestyle choices. Considering gender, age, and individual concerns, the discussion will explore the application of the various modalities of Chinese medicine (coming from a Daoist perspective) to promote lifelong health. In addition, the stresses of life will be examined and suggestions will be oriented towards managment of mental health.


Jeffrey Yuen

Jeffrey YuenJeffrey Yuen comes from a Daoist lineage and is an ordained priest of two traditions of Daoism, the Jade Purity and Complete Reality schools. Jeffrey serves as Dean of Academic Affairs of the Acupuncture Program at the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences and President of the International Tai Chi Institute, both in New York City. Mr. Yuen was the first recipient of the Educator of the Year Award conferred by the AAAOM. He lectures frequently nationally and abroad. Recently, a post-graduate center for Chinese medicine was created in Dublin, Ireland devoted to his teachings of Classical Chinese Medicine.

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