Debbie’s research project motivated her to read intensely and gather data from sources that ranged from ancient classic texts to current randomized controlled studies, as well numerous articulations of theory and research in between. From her research Debbie achieved a renewed respect for the time-treasured foundational theories of TCM.
The word “Sojok” means “hand and foot,“ and that is precisely the focus of Professor Park’s ground breaking work. It is Park’s theory that the hands and the feet constitute mini-representations of the entire body and all bodily systems.
“They’re really great. He doesn’t really feel them. Instead of just having points for abdominal pain, we have points that are really specific for Colton,” said Monika Kobylecka, an acupuncture therapist and Yo San's supervisor at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
Yo San University recently received a generous donation of two large sculptures from Freddy and Candy DeMann who are members of the university’s Board of Luminaries. The sale of the two sculptures will benefit the Yo San University community outreach services at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, The Venice Family Clinic, Being Alive (West Hollywood), WISE & Healthy Aging (Santa Monica), and Virginia House (Tarzana).
“It’s all in odor, color, sound and emotion” were the words of Professor Neil Gumenick, who addressed a group of Over forty Yo San University students and faculty members gathered in the Qi studio on Thursday June 6, 2013.
Debbie Allen Moves Audience With More Than Dance, and Legendary Singers, James Ingram and Freda Payne, Serenade Their Long-time Friend.
Yo San University (YSU) hosted three graduate TCM students from Tao Chi Schulungszentrum Zürich during the Spring 2013 trimester. The Swiss interns spent 4 weeks in YSU attending a variety of classes in acupuncture, TCM internal medicine, Chinese medical herbology, TCM nutrition as well as courses in YSU’s unique Qi-cultivation program.
Thirty-three joyful and jubilant graduates gathered in the Skirball Cultural Center – Magnin Auditorium on April 21, 2013 to participate in the 2013 Yo San University Commencement Ceremony.
TCM practitioners from all over the country participated in the April 14, 2013 continuing education event conducted at Yo San University by distinguished fertility researcher Elisabet Stener- Victorin, Ph.D. Thirty five eager acupuncturists from both Northern and Southern California, and from points well beyond including Chicago gathered in the Yo San University Qi studio for the Event.
It is our pleasure to announce that Yo San recent grads achieved a perfect 100% pass rate for our first-time test takers on the recent February 2013 California Acupuncture Licensing Examination (CALE). Our heartiest congratulations go out to all our recent graduates on your remarkable success in this rigorous and challenging examination. We are very proud of your achievement!