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Sinew Channels: Interface with the World Outside


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This 6-hour course will offer a perspective on the Sinew channels that moves beyond their traditional use for sprains, strains, neuralgias and rashes. We will investigate the relationships between the Sinews, Wei Qi, the Sensory Orifices and the Po/Corporeal Soul. We will explore the impact that sensory input, conflict, trauma and challenging interactions have on these channels. In other words, we will try to understand how the Sinew channels function to keep us alive in the face of adversity and what happens they have to do that.

We will review the pathways and functions of each of the Sinews and then place that information into the context of self-preservation. We will discuss how unconscious habituated responses to the world outside may result in postural changes, armoring, hyper-reactivity to external stimulus, pathological gait and chronic aches & pains.
In this course we will discuss how to diagnose Sinew pathology and also some approaches to treatment including essential points and guidelines for successful Sinew treatments.

Goals and Outlines

  • Participants will review and renew their understanding of the functions and points associated with the 12 sinew channels.
  • Participants will deepen their understanding of the functions of Wei qi and its relationship to the sensory orifices and the Po/Corporeal Soul.
  • Participants will learn how to diagnose deeper sinew pathology associated with self-preservation.
  • Participants will learn guidelines and approaches allowing them to create effective sinew channel treatments.
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    Dr. Farrell has been practicing and teaching Chinese Medicine and Channel Theory since 1996.

    She 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. Dr. Farrell believes that self-cultivation, self-knowledge and critical thinking are essential in developing capacity as a practitioner of Chinese Medicine. To that end, she teaches dynamic, informative and thought-provoking live CEU courses and webinars through LA Herbs and Acupuncture and Healthy Seminars.

    Yvonne earned her doctoral degree in 2007. Her first book, "Psycho-Emotional Pain and the Eight Extraordinary Vessels" was published by Singing Dragon in 2016.


    $150.00 USD

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