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CSOMA CEO Advocates for Involvement in Professional Organizations

At a Community Presentation conducted on May 20, 2014, Bill Mosca, Executive Director of the California State Oriental Medicine Association (CSOMA) met in the University’s Qi Studio with a large group of Yo San students. 

05/22/2014
Give him an Ear—White-Eagle Perry Has Something to Say

White-Eagle Perry’s journey to earning the highest degree in the field of Oriental Medicine was one with many meaningful milestones along the way. Early in his life White-Eagle expressed strong interest in learning more about the contemplative and meditative practices of his ancestors.

05/20/2014
The Yin and Yang of Summer Nutrition By Sherra Cunningham Class of 2013

The more heat we experience, the more sweat we produce to balance ourselves.  Sweat is beneficial because it is cooling and releases toxins. However nutrients such as minerals, electrolytes and vitamins are also lost with sweat.

05/20/2014
South American Shaman, Wayra, Explores Traditional Amazonian Medicine

Richard Rodriguez, better known as Shaman Wayra, was initiated in Amazonian Shamanism in the high and low jungles of Peru. Wayra is a disciple of the maestro teacher, Solon Tello Lozano.

05/16/2014
Experts Explore the Financial Life Cycle

At a Community Presentation conducted on Thursday April 10, 2014 expert financial planners, Barbara Bernstein and Jeyk Janish explored the topic of the “Financial Life Cycle” with Yo San University students, faculty and administrators. Concepts such as “burn rate,” “mutual funds,” “IRAs” “Roth funds” and many others were engaged.

05/07/2014
Report-Back from Beijing: Exploring TCM Abroad and Re-Envisioning the Medicine at Home

Written by Andrea Penagos, Yo San Clinic Intern
This March, a small and mighty delegation of Yo San students – Shareef Von Reitter, Dawn Webster, and myself – joined Dr. Qiwei Zheng and two students from South Baylo University on a learning trip to Beijing, China where we observed TCM doctors in clinical settings, mainly at the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences’ (CACMS) Hospital of Acupuncture and Moxibustion.

04/23/2014
My Brain New Beginning by Gabrielle Olko, 3rd Year Student

This past October, I was involved in a scooter accident; I was immediately taken to the ER. My left shoulder had been injured, but they performed multiple tests on me to make sure that nothing else had been affected in the accident. Because the injury was near my spine, they decided to run a CAT scan to make sure I didn’t have a head injury. To their surprise as well as mine, there was fogginess on the CAT scan, which led them to perform a full MRI scan. Thirteen hours later, and when they also found out that I did not have health insurance, I was released and told that I had a broken humerus and a cancerous tumor in my brain.

04/17/2014
Doctoral Thesis Presentations a Success

After graduation on March 23rd, 2014, the members of Cohort 3 in Yo San’s Doctoral Program were not quite finished; they still had one very important thing to do. The DAOM Thesis presentations took place several weeks later, from April 4th to 6th, on Yo San University’s campus. The event represented a culmination of research, time and dedication for each of the nine cohort members.  

04/15/2014
Dr. Dao, Brenda Strong and Yo San Grads Highlighted at Conference

Yo San University Founder, Dr. Daoshing Ni, and Brenda Strong (star of Desperate Housewives, and Dallas, and long time friend of the University),  along with YSU grads Andrea Thorpe and Danica Thornbury were among the featured presenters at the “Fertility Planit” Conference held April 4-5, 2014 at UCLA.

04/14/2014
DAOM Grad’s Capstone Dissertation Report Published

When Debbie Rodriguez graduated from the Yo San University DAOM Reproductive Medicine specialty program in April of 2013, she knew that the research work that she had accomplished regarding “Forbidden Acupuncture Points During Pregnancy” via her Capstone Dissertation was unique and significant.  

04/10/2014
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