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The Luo-Collaterals: Self-preservation Through Blood Flow

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Each time we experience something in life, we process that experience. In order to learn and grow we must have the ability to process life from a sensory, emotional & mental perspective. There are times when the ying and wei qi are overwhelmed by challenges and they are not equipped to deal with the onslaught of experience. The luo-collateral system is uniquely designed to hold on to those experiences which cannot be processed, in the moment, until we are better able to deal with them. The system gives us a chance to gather our resources and then address the challenging experiences.

In this course we will introduce the luo-collateral system as a means to self-preservation. We will explore the concept that latency is created for survival. We will investigate the differences between states of “fullness and emptiness” in the luos and the associated symptomology. Several different approaches to treating the luos will be given.

Learning objectives:

  1. Participants will learn to recognize and treat luo pathology.
  2. Participants will deepen their understanding latency and its association with emotional trauma.
  3. Participants will explore the nature of the differences between pre-natal resources and post-natal processing.
  4. Participants will review and expand their knowledge of the luo-collateral points, pathways and functions.

Learning objectives:

  1. Participants will learn to recognize and treat luo pathology.
  2. Participants will deepen their understanding latency and its association with emotional trauma.
  3. Participants will explore the nature of the differences between pre-natal resources and post-natal processing.
  4. Participants will review and expand their knowledge of the luo-collateral points, pathways and functions.

 

Course Outline:

  • Overview of the channel system and the luo-collaterals place in it.
  • Ying qi & blood for emotional processing.
  • 16 Luo points.  Transverse vs. Longitudinal Luos, Greater Luos and Constitutitonal Luos
  • Resistance to Change
  • Markers for Luo pathology
  • Mental-emotional aspects of each of the 16 Luos
  • Functions, symptoms associated with fullness and emptiness
  • Treatment strategies: 4 approaches to treating the luos.
  • Conclusions, questions and answers
Catalog: 
Pending: 
NCCAOM AOM-AC: 
4.00
Texas General Acupuncture: 
4.00
Massachusetts Core Knowledge: 
4.00
Florida General: 
4.00
California Category : 
Category 1

Dr. Farrell has been involved in helping others to restore balance in their lives for 24 years. In 1996, she graduated from Emperor’s College with a Master’s in Chinese Medicine. She has been in private practice since 1997. She was a member of the faculty at Emperor’s College for 13 years. In addition to her faculty duties at Emperor’s, Yvonne was also a clinical supervisor.

Specializing in the use of the Secondary Vessels in treatment, Yvonne has been teaching channel theory to students for many years. She has developed proficiency with these systems because she feels they are very effective in the treatment of psycho-emotional and psycho-spiritual disorders.

Yvonne directs her teaching towards the empowerment of students with the hope that they will embody the spiritual aspects of Chinese Medicine and make them their own. She believes that self-cultivation & self-knowledge are essential in developing capacity as a practitioner of Chinese Medicine. To that end, she has also been on the leadership teams of many spiritual retreats and self-empowerment workshops.

In addition to teaching in the master’s programs of two schools, Dr. Farrell has been teaching CEU courses for several years. Her courses are lively¸ informative and clinically relevant. She is very passionate about the medicine and that is apparent in her teaching.

Yvonne received her doctoral degree (DAOM) from Emperor’s College in 2007. In 2009-2010 Yvonne was the Director of a team that was responsible for getting Yo San University’s first DAOM program up and running.

Although she has a general practice, her specialties include the treatment of psycho-emotional disorders or stress induced illness.



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