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Nurturing Life for a Good Pregnancy According to the Ancient Chinese Texts

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Live Online Webinar
Sunday January 31, 2021 8:00 am to 1:30 pm PST
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Early-bird price $99.99 until January 24th. Regular rate $125.00.

Even if you cannot make the scheduled time for the live webinar, you will still be able to watch the recordings. Video recordings of the live webinar are placed into your account within 48 hours of the class, so the course will be waiting for you to watch when you are ready.
Live webinars fulfil all 50 hours of live CEUs for California. You have 2 years access to the recording to complete for CEU/PDA.

Live Webinar: 8:00 am PDT, Sunday, January 31, 2021.
  • Honolulu, HI, USA HST (UTC -10) Sun, Jan 31, 2021, 6:00 am - 11:30 am
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The embryo develops in 10 stages which the traditional texts describe as phases in the constitution of a living being. The pregnant woman, aware of the innermost movements of blood and qi, protects herself from the risk of imbalance and supports the development of her child through appropriate behaviour in her activities, her diet, her thoughts and emotions.

We will study the dynamic proper to each of the 10 months of pregnancy as they are presented in the traditional Chinese texts ; we will look at the relationship with the succession of the dominant meridians in the mother’s body and the alternation of the dominating Elements/Phases in the foetus.

English translation of the main reference text (Zhubing yuanhou lun, published in 610) will be provided to the participants.

Goals and Outlines
After studying this course students should be able to:

  • learn more about the successive steps of the pregnancy according to Chinese classical texts;
  • understand better the changes in the mother and in her specific needs and weakness at each step and how to address them;
  • have an insight, through classical texts, on the relationship between mother and child during the pregnancy.
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    Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee studied philosophy, literature and classics at Paris University where she completed her Master's degree in Classics and in Philosophy, and then in Chinese.

    Elisabeth met Claude Larre s.j. when she was 20, while he was working on his PhD thesis on the Huainanzi and translating the Laozi. As a result of his influence, she began to study Chinese, working with him on Chinese classical texts. Elisabeth also studied modern Chinese with a native speaker and spent a year in Taiwan (1974) to further her studies.

    In the early 1970's, Father Larre met Dr. Jean Schatz, a western physician with an interest in oriental medicine He was an acupuncturist with a special interest for the classical medical texts. At this time, Elisabeth began to embark on her study of Chinese medicine, and together with Dr. Schatz and Father Larre, began the first study group of the classical medical texts in Paris. This lead to the founding of the European School of Acupuncture in Paris in 1976.

    From this common work, Father Larre, Dr. Schatz and herself co-authored A Survey of Chinese Medicine, published in 1979. Under the auspices of the Ricci Institute in Paris, Father Larre and Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee offered lectures, seminars and conferences on Chinese classical thought and in the mid 1980s, she began to accompany Father Larre on his teaching engagements in both the UK and US. Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee also worked closely with Father Larre on the Grand Ricci dictionary, completing the first publication in 1999.

    Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee continues to teach worldwide, working with both medical and philosophical Classics. She has worked with wonderful individuals such as Sandra Hill for the editing and publication of books in English through Monkey Press, Peter Firebrace for teaching in London with Orientation; Ken and Jessica Rose in the US with whom she co-founded the Three Spring Institute, and many others in different countries and languages.

    Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee believes that the real knowledge of the Chinese vision of life is useful not only to understand Chinese medicine from a scholarly point of view, but also to deepen one’s practical approach and clinical skill. This is the reason why she always reads, translates and explains texts which present a precise pathology and its diagnosis treatment or a reflection on the nature and meaning of human life or anything in the between.

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