StartTime: Wed 21 July 2021 5:00 pm
Judging by the first two chapters of the Yellow Emperor’s Inner Classic, preventing disease from arising has been held as the highest level of Chinese medicine. Within the Chinese yangsheng tradition, the presenter Peter Deadman believes we have the most sophisticated handbook for managing the human body and mind and that the Chinese medicine practitioner can play a vital role in teaching good healthcare practices to their patients and to their community.
Please see below the webinar information and visit the link for more details and registration.
Topic: The role of the practitioner in patient lifestyle education
Speaker: Peter Deadman (UK)
Date: Wednesday 21 July 2021
Time: 7:00-8:30pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time) 5.00-6.30pm (New Zealand Time)
CPD: 1.5 points (professional issues & interactive)
RSVP: Monday 19 July 2021
AACMA has offered 20% off for the members of Acupuncture NZ to join us at Peter Deadman’s webinar on 21 July.
To pay go to non member on the event page and use the discount code ‘20%OFF’ upon check out to get 20% off on top of the non-member rate.
Peter Deadman has worked in the field of health cultivation for 50 years, first by setting up a natural food restaurant, shop and distribution business and a natural health education centre, and then by studying, practising and teaching Chinese medicine, qigong, and yangsheng. He is the author/co-author of A Manual of Acupuncture, Live Well Live Long: Teachings from the Chinese Nourishment of Life Tradition, and most recently Finding My Way: Memoirs and Short Stories.