Wed, Jan 13 | Puxi

Traditional Chinese Medicine Basics

COST: RMB 260 VENUE: Miracle Mandarin, 21/F   319 Changde Rd., near Beijing Rd.   (metro line 2 or 7 to Jing’an Temple station, exit 3 if line 2 and exit 10 if line 7)  
Registration is Closed
Traditional Chinese Medicine Basics

Time & Location

Jan 13, 9:45 AM – 12:00 PM
Puxi

About the Event

With just a simple plant or a needle, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has turned into cures for countless types of illnesses and has spread to many areas of the world. TCM has a history of over 3000 years. It follows the ancient principles of yin and yang believing that people’s existence, growth, behavior, and death are inseparable from nature. Adhering to the laws of nature, revering life, balancing yin and yang and bringing unification, TCM has evolved and developed to many forms of treatment such as herbal medicine, acupuncture and moxibustion, uina, massage, cupping, guasha, qigong, and food therapy, all with the aim of bringing the body back into maintaining good health.

TCM doctor Lee Ann will explain to us the basics: yin and yang,  laws of nature and human unification, the forms of TCM treatment, and share with us some tips that will help us maintain and improve health in our daily lives.

DATE:

Wednesday, January 13

TIME:

9:45 AM Registration, 10 AM to 12 PM

COST:

RMB 260

VENUE:

Miracle Mandarin, 21/F

319 Changde Rd., near Beijing Rd.

(metro line 2 or 7 to Jing’an Temple station, exit 3 if line 2 and exit 10 if line 7)

上海市静安区常德路319号21楼(北京西路路口)

Please complete the online registration by January 8. The event costs must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Sarah Eckerlsey, WeChat: Sarah-eck.

Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to attend the event after receipt of confirmation, please notify us immediately by emailing events@seashanghai.org. If it's the day of the event, please ALSO notify the coordinator listed on the event by phone, text, or WeChat.

If you need to cancel after January 8, our SEA cancellation policy applies which states you might still have to pay for your registered event, depending on the vendor. SEA will notify you to either collect or let you pay it at your next registered event.