THE ART OF THE HEART WEBINAR SERIES
Don’t worry if you can’t join us live as you will receive a replay of the LIVE webinar when you purchase the webinar and gain access to our exclusive learning space in Simplero!
“Lillian Pearl Bridges”
“Lorie Eve Dechar”
You'll walk away with:
- Insights on how to thrive as a Heart Centered Practitioner and Healer that aren't out there in the mainstream - this is a new conversation!
- A heart open conversations with 4 experts on how to work with the Power of the Heart and on a deep Shen Level!
- How you can tap into the Power of the Heart and support your patients healing journey and transforming life path
- Specific strategies for working on Shen level while going to the root of the illness
This event is for you if:
- You're looking for role models who are working with the Power (Art) of the Heart and on a Shen level to thrive as a practitioner and a healer
- You're looking for guidance as to how to work on deeper Shen level for healing and transformation
- You know there has to be a better way to work than only on a phsycial body level but you aren't quite sure how to do it
- You're looking for practical strategies that can support you in working on a Shen level and with the Power of the Heart
- You're craving a new conversation around the Spiritual aspect of Chinese medicine and healing to have success in your business and for fuel for your own cultivation
Ready to truely thrive as a Heart centered Practitioner? Register here now!
(Includes video recording, downloadable MP3, and access to our Simplero Space with this webinar from all devices)
Meet Our Speakers
CT Holman practices Chinese Medicine and teaches seminars internationally. He recently completed writing a textbook on Treating Emotional Trauma with Chinese Medicine.
CT teaches several subjects on Chinese Medicine internationally and mentors students in his clinic. He is a graduate of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco and has extensive post-graduate education with several leading teachers in the field. He is the Director of Development for the Lotus Institute.
He studied in China three times (1999, 2001, and 2003) and has the specialties of facial diagnosis, channel palpation, five element diagnosis, and diagnosing and treating trauma, which he writes about and teaches at schools and conferences internationally. He has been a drummer for over 30 years and released several records with various bands. CT treats with and teaches shamanic drumming and teaches and practices qigong.
CT likes to use humor and open dialogue to create a safe and calm atmosphere to accurately diagnose and provide gentle treatment. He is dedicated to treating the issues you desire efficiently and educating you in ways of prevention and management for optimum well-being.
Visits CT's site: www.redwoodspring.com
Lorie Eve Dechar
My journey began with a love of language, art, and dance that I explored as an undergraduate at Bennington College. This study led to a decade of work as an environmental activist, gardener, and poet and then to the discovery of Chinese medicine. After receiving my Master’s degree from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute in 1985, my earlier love of art continued to inform my clinical work with Chinese medicine. For me, creativity, beauty, and self-expression are central to the healing process. My post-graduate work with Gene Gendlin of the Focusing Institute, at the Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy and Training in Manhattan, and nearly twenty years of study with Jungian analyst Nathan Schwartz-Salant bring a psychological dimension to my acupuncture practice.
Despite my interest in Western psychology, I remained committed to the practice of acupuncture and believed that I could find a way to bring Eastern and Western psychological approaches together in the treatment room. My discovery of the Five Spirits – the Taoist version of the chakra system – offered the connecting link. Writing Five Spirits was a journey as well as an initiation that led me to discover a new way of practicing the ancient art of Chinese medicine in contemporary Western settings. For the past sixteen years, I have been delighted to have the opportunity to share my multidimensional approach to healing not only with my patients but also with students at the Tri-State College of Acupuncture in Manhattan, the Institute of Traditional Medicine in Toronto, Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California, and at conferences and workshops in the UK and Europe as well as through our ongoing Mentorship programs
My commitment to Alchemical Healing grows out of a passionate interest in the question of how human beings transform the challenges of life into opportunities for healing and new possibilities.
Visit Lorie's site: www.anewpossibility.com
Joan Duveen was originally trained as physiotherapist. He worked as physiotherapist in his own private clinic, in a health center, till 1990. In these years he was also a teacher in anatomy, physiology and massage at a college for physiotherapy. He started studying Chinese medicine in 1975. Graduated from the Dutch Society for Acupuncture, Holland in 1982, he became B.Ac in 1986 at ICOM Holland and M.Ac in 1991 at ICOM England. He was a regular staff member at the International College of Oriental Medicine UK for 16 years, teaching Chinese Medicine in year 3 and 4. He is co-founder of the Study center Pakua. This study center organizes post graduate courses in Philosophical Chinese medicine. After 13 years he resigned as chairman of Pakua. In 1992 he travelled to China to visit the Colleges of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing, Chengdu, Hong Kong and Shanghai Besides being practitioner in his private clinic in Holland he is an international teacher for many years in Chinese philosophy and acupuncture. He is specialized in pediatrics (studied with Julien Scott), pulse diagnosis (studied with Dr. van Buren and Dr. L. Hammer and others), acupuncture according to the five elements and the philosophy of stems and branches, taking into account the constitutional energies by birth, based on the Chinese calendar. About these subjects he wrote several articles in magazines for Chinese medicine.
Marian Nielsen Joos
Marian R. Nielsen Joos finished 3,5 years of studies with the diploma in accupuncture from the Academy of Chinese Healing Arts in Switzerland by Dr. Hamid Montakab. She then established in 2003 her own clinic in Ilanz, Switzerland.
Her personal passion in the field of Chinese Medicine has grown over the years by running her daily clinic and gaining more and more experience. Her core interest and work lies in the patient/practicicioner relationship, where a transformation can happen in a single treatment setting. She is also very interested in the classics and wishes deeply to gain more knowledge in the field of Chinese Medicine, where health is the balance between Shen, Mind and Body. On the basis of her own personal acquaintance and contact with many international lecturers Marian R. Nielsen Joos has established a company offering courses and lectures within TCM “TCM Lectures” in Denmark. In 2007 she organised the first Scandinavian TCM Congress which runned for 4 times very successfully is held every two years in Denmark.
“This is secure surrondings and a location loved by many people. The blue sea and the horizon with countless sunsets have given me a love of life and a firm belief that there is a vast number of possibilities out her in the infinity. And this beautiful spot have let to the success of the previous congresses” says Marian.
Her new goals for the community of Chinese Medicine and the healing art are the FREE Chinese Medicine Summits with teachings from Heart to Heart Conversations and having focus on Self Cultivation, Spirituality, Ancient Wisdom, Transformation and Alchemy etc all that is at the core of our ancient healing tradition.
Visit Marian and the Chinese Medicine Summit at www.chinesemedicinesummit.com