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Learn how to feel your best during spring with Traditional Chinese Medicine foods, lifestyle, and spiritual suggestions. Understand what health ailments can manifest when there is Wood energy imbalance, the element of spring, and how to create alignment in your body and mind.
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Gillian Marsollier has been a Registered Acupuncturist in British Columbia since 2001, and an instructor of acupuncture for more than 15 years. After completing a 4-year Masters Program in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, she began her teaching career in Newfoundland. There she wrote the bulk of the curriculum for a 3-year acupuncture program and served as the Acupuncture Program Director. Gillian was then transferred to Halifax, where she successfully gained approval by the Board of Education in Nova Scotia for an acupuncture program. In addition to teaching, she practiced at a very successful multi-faceted alternative treatment centre while residing on the East Coast. In 2008 Gillian went to Nepal to teach acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine modalities at a medical facility. They are still using the modalities to this day to treat the locals from the Himalayan hills. For the last 5 years, Gillian has been pursuing the media side of acupuncture and natural healing through the creation of LIFT Education Academy. Through this online education platform, she has created many popular courses including bootcamps that have become the national gold standard for preparation for TCM registration exams.
Spring is a time of upward energy, the smooth flow of emotions, and acting on your vision, goals, and dreams in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
However, many people experience increased health issues during this season due to a Wood energy imbalance, linked to the Liver and Gallbladder in TCM Five Element Theory. Understand the Wood element, how it manifests in deficiency and excess states, and how to alleviate the common spring ailments listed below.
In this class, you’ll learn:
1. An introduction to TCM Five Element Theory
2. The Wood Element, and why its associated with spring
3. Wood energy imbalance symptoms, including headache, migraine, PMS, stomach pain and IBS, anger, frustration, panic, low mood, and more
4. TCM nutritional therapy and lifestyle practices to alleviate the above common spring ailments
5. The spiritual nature of the Wood element, with suggestions to remain in alignment with your true self and find balance in life
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