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Quality of Life with Traditional Chinese Medicine

Explore the Vitality of Qi in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with this insightful course.

Qi, considered the fundamental substance in TCM, plays a pivotal role in constituting the human body and sustaining life activities. Often described as life energy and life force, Qi is the linchpin of the body's essential functions, without which existence would be impossible.

Understanding the significance of Qi is key to unlocking the body's self-potential and promoting overall well-being. This course delves into the concept of healthy Qi, elucidating its transformative impact on the human autonomic system, ultimately bringing it to its optimal state. The cultivation and fortification of Qi emerge as essential practices for achieving a high quality of life.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the body is intricately interconnected through five vital organs: Heart, Liver, Spleen, Lung, and Kidney. These organs not only influence but also complement and compensate for each other. Through a series of five workshops, this course will comprehensively explain the functions of Qi in relation to each organ. Moreover, you will gain practical insights and easily applicable methods to enhance Qi in your daily life, fostering both physical and mental well-being.

Join us on this journey to unlock the secrets of Qi and cultivate a harmonious balance for a healthier, more vibrant life.

Course Breakdown

Week 1: Strengthen Heat Qi

Week 2: Strengthen Lungs Qi

Week 3: Strengthen Spleen / Stomach Qi     

Week 4: Strengthen Liver Qi 

Week 5: Strengthen Kidney Qi  

Term 2 Dates

Term 2 for Quality of Life with Traditional Chinese Medicine runs from Friday 26 July to Friday 23 August.

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Angela Tian Zhu

About the tutor

Angela Tian Zhu

Angela Zhu, a third-generation Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioner, hails from Beijing. With over four decades of experience, she has practiced TCM in various countries, including China, Bosnia, Croatia, Sweden, and Australia since 1992.Angela's practice is currently based at Traditional Qi Cremorne, where she offers services such as Acupuncture, Tai Chi, and Qi Gong classes dedicated to improving mental health and overall well-being.Throughout her career, Angela has also been an educator, having taught at esteemed institutions like Sydney TCM College, the University of NSW, NIDA, Confucius College, Campbelltown Hospital Mental Health Unit, and various community centers. Her teaching repertoire includes Medical Qi Gong and Tai Chi (Taiji), with a focus on conducting workshops tailored to Mental Health and Senior Health Programs.

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(02) 9922 2299
Monday to Friday - 10:00am to 6:00pm
220 Miller St, North Sydney - Back of Ted Mack Civic Park