Wholistic Nutrition for the Chinese Medicine Practitioner presented by Rylen Lee Feeney

  • 13 Jul 2013
  • 9:00 AM (UTC-05:00)
  • 13 Oct 2013
  • 5:00 AM (UTC-05:00)
  • Elkridge, MD

July 13/14 & Sept. 14/15, Oct 12/13, 2013

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These 3 weekends offers the practitioner a solid understanding and perspective of current wholistic nutrition concepts and how to marry them into a comprehensive energetic approach.  Layering in classical east asian energetics and concepts of food into a wholistic diet allows us to individuate our dietary recommendations so that they reflect the current life stage or condition of our patients. 

Food, the third branch of Classic Chinese medicine is powerful medicine and can mean the difference between lasting balance vs short lived improvements in your treatments.  Treating your patients once week with acupuncture when they are treating themselves with food 3 or more times a day can be counter productive unless you are both are moving the Qi in the same direction!  

The series will start by exploring foundational principles of a good energetically sound preventative diet and then move into food groups and finally into the considerations of remedial diets. 

Rylen Feeney, Holistic Health Practitioner, Certified Amma Therapist, Dipl. ABT & CH (NCCAOM). is a very dynamic Chinese medicine practitioner and instructor in the Pacific Northwest. She is the founder and director of education at The Wellspring School for Healing Arts, where they teach a 2-year wholistic nutrition program which is challenging, rewarding and meets the highest national standards in the field of wholistic nutrition. You'll be able to credit these 3 weekends into that program if you want to continue via distance learning/ part commute.

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