• Classical Chinese Medicine Symposium - All Presentations

    Original Date: May 28-29, 2022

    This discounted package includes all of the individual presentations from the conference, which are listed below.

    13.5 general CEUs pending approval by OBNM
    13.5 PDA from NCCAOM is available for those who are registered for the live event please contact ce@nunm.edu for this.

  • Shen: The Role of Spirit in True Health: Conversation with Leon Hammer (Hammer Pulse Perspective)

    Presenter: Leon Hammer, MD and Brandt Stickley, LAc

    Original Date: May 28, 2022

    Through a conversation with practitioner and clinical professor Brandt Stickley, Leon Hammer -renown CM practitioner, teacher and author -will give his perspective on Shen/Spirit as it relates to true health. Dr. Hammers 98 years include a medical career shaped by WWII, and over 60 years work within modern psychology- but in the main he will speak from his later years when he began to integrate psychology with his later life choice to become a Chinese medicine practitioner. His lineage training in China and the US lead to the development of the Hammer Pulse Method and this will be significant to his talk.


    1.75 CEUs pending approval by OBNM
    1.75 PDA from NCCAOM available to those who registered for the live event please email ce@nunm.edu for details.

  • SHEN AS ENCOUNTERED IN THE PHYSICAL STRUCTURE: JAPANESE NEOCLASSICAL APPROACHES - KOKORO (心)and Koshi (腰)

    Presenter: Jeffrey Dann, PhD with Bob Quinn, DAOM, LAc and Daniel Silver, LAc
    Original Date: May 28, 2022

    Shen will be explored in a conversation with Jeffrey Dann with Bob Quinn and Daniel Silver all of whom have Japanese acupuncture practices with this influence -grown from Dann’s work. The Japanese interest in heart-kidney, and then a layered tissue energetics for improved vitality and deepened structural appreciation to the body’s organization and movement as part of diagnostics and treatment will be the theme. This structural appreciation which adheres in varied ways, due to the historic influence of blind practitioners -features subtle nuances for using structural organization and movement. These are explored as dependent on refined palpation and the layers of practitioner sensation. Techniques for superficial, yet delicate needle work, are layered with an integrated manual approach including Sotai movement therapy, Kokoro and Koshi.






    1.75 CEUs pending approval by OBNM
    1.75 PDA from NCCAOM available to those who registered for the live event please email ce@nunm.edu for details.

  • Spirit and Health: strategies that will support a practitioner being more Effective in Helping Patients

    Presenter: Master Liu LeHong with Heiner Fruehauf, PhD, LAc, translating

    Original Date: May 28, 2022

    For the last few years, Master Liu has been at ground zero working to bring Chinese Medicine to COVID impacted China, but prior to this, his influential text “Classical Chinese Medicine (English title) has been a significant influence on the study of Chinese medicine. Dr. Liu’s talk
    exploration of Shen: Role of Spirit in True Health will reference both: The exploration will be as follows:
    - Gain an understanding of the classical principles of Shen and Ling.
    -How to understand the role of spirit in health.
    -The importance of personal cultivation in being a Chinese Medicine practitioner.
    -Understanding and implement strategies for treatment using the 6 Conformations and the way spirit interacts with these.






    2.0CEUs pending approval by OBNM
    2.0 PDA from NCCAOM available to those who registered for the live event please email ce@nunm.edu for details.

  • Heiner Fruehauf: The Classical Concept of Spirit and True Health

    Presenter: Heiner Fruehauf, PhD, LAc

    Original Date: May 28, 2022

    Heiner Fruehauf: Drawing on his lineage teachings and other connected studies, as well as his clinical practice and wrk with herbs -Dr. Fruehauf will explore the classical concept of Spirit and True Health. He will look at the way practitioners can encourage patients to achieve this through treatment.
    Understand the historical context of spirit for the Ancient Chinese
    Understand the way spirit was a central way of understanding how to achieve health
    The importance of personal cultivation in being a Chinese Medicine practitioner.
    Understanding how certain herbs can help a patient have access to spirit to obtain health.





    1.25 CEUs pending approval by OBNM
    1.25 PDA from NCCAOM available to those who registered for the live event please email ce@nunm.edu for details.

  • Shen- Role of Spirit in True Health: Perspective from Daoist Lineages – Spirit as Flow, Harmony and Completion

    Presenter: Jeffrey Yuen, PhD, LAc

    Original Date: May 29, 2022

    Relying his heritage within Daoist scholarship, martial arts study and these in relationship to Chinese medicine practice - as well as years working in lineage instruction and training of Chinese medicine practitioners in relationship to classic texts- Dr. Yuen will explore spirit and true health. Connections will be draw to aspects that link the classical Chinese traditions to depth influences in western medicine and philosophy: Of special import- will be the Yijing, “Classic of Changes."





    2.0 CEUs pending approval by OBNM
    2.0 PDA from NCCAOM available to those who registered for the live event please email ce@nunm.edu for details.

  • Being a Balanced and Strong Practitioner: JinJingGong, Ethics, Strong Relationship with Spirit, Taoism, Confucianism

    Presenter: Master Wang Qingyu with Heiner Fruehauf, PhD, LAc translating

    Original Date: May 29, 2022

    Master Wang will examine the role of JinJingGong, ethics, focus on strong relationship with spirit, Taoism, Confucianism - in being a balanced and strong practitioner. Exploration will include the following:
    The role of Qigong in becoming a skilled Chinese Medicine Practitioner:
    Understand how to develop yourself with strong morals and the influence this has over our relationship with Spirit and the influence on healing.
    Understanding and implementing strategies for treatment using Qigong principles that allow a patient to connect with spirit and find true health.





    1.75 CEUs pending approval by OBNM
    1.75 PDA from NCCAOM available to those who registered for the live event please email ce@nunm.edu for details.

  • Shen: The Role of Spirit in True Health Worsley Five Element Perspective

    Presenter: Judy Worsley DAc with David Berkshire DCAM and Eric Hartmann, DVM
    Original Date: May 29, 2022

    In conversation with David Berkshire and Eric Hartman, Judy Worsley presents on the way Spirit is central to healing, and how the practitioner must also have their focus on a clear relationship with spirit to be a better instrument and support a patient’s healing. Objectives include the following:
    Understand the anatomy of Body, Mind, Spirit
    What it means to “be an instrument” on nature and how this relates to spirit.
    The importance of being conscious and present to help patients heal.
    The role of rapport in healing.




    1.75 CEUs pending approval by OBNM
    1.75 PDA from NCCAOM available to those who registered for the live event please email ce@nunm.edu for details.

  • The Role of Spirit in True Health Panel

    Presenter: Leon Hammer, MD, Jeffrey Dunn, PhD, Heiner Fruehauf, PhD and LAc, and Judy Worsley DAc
    Original Date: May 29, 2022

    This moderated panel will respond to a set of questions inspired by the conference talks: the focus will be spirit and true health.



    1.25 CEUs pending approval by OBNM
    1.75 PDA from NCCAOM available to those who registered for the live event please email ce@nunm.edu for details.

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