Thu, 10 Feb|
Traditional Chinese Medicine - The Liver
Learn practical TCM tools to help balance out symptoms related to the liver.
Time & Location
10 Feb 2022, 19:30 – 21:00 GMT
About the event
The liver represents Wood, and it is in spring that the liver becomes active. The liver is the organ linked to mood swings, particularly behind anger. It is the organ connected to our modern life and health issues. In this session will learn what to do at home to help get balance in our body.
This webinar is for those who:
🍃 never tried TCM but are curious about it
🍃 understand that pervention is key to our health
🍃 know TCM but want to learn more about how it works and apply the principles in their daily lives.
🍃might be unwell, tried everything else and are willing to try something new. (no personal advice and treatment can be given without proper consultation )
Please bring your questions to us.
TCM is more than acupuncture and herbs; at its core is a way of living in balance. We will learn about the principles it stands on, how TCM understands the human body, and how we can help ourselves at home.
Before the session, each participant gets to send their questions related to the topic discussed so that Mr Wang can answer them and devise the webinar accordingly. We want to use the one hour and a half as much as possible.
After the session, you will get a pdf document with a short outline with the practical tools you can use in daily life to help with the symptoms related to each organ discussed.
Mr Jain Wang based in Chigwell, Essex has 29 years of practice in traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM ) and helped my family in many medical situations such as hormone imbalance, acne, severe repetitive colds and going through Covid-19.
This ticket is for the session related to the liver. We will email you the zoom details a few days before the event. Please send us any questions related to liver to email@example.com.£15.00+£0.38 service fee