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.
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.
One of the foundational tenets that Ms. Yen shared is that when people are seeking help, the most important factor that they look for is someone who is a good listener. It is Chen Yens assertion that Introverts tend to be excellent listeners.
All of Sensei Alvin’s recommendations proved to be consistent with the lockdown and evacuation procedures developed, posted and practiced at Yo San University. However, Alvin’s session went so much further with specific advice and guidelines in the event that a student, faculty, staff member or other person is directly confronted with a person intending an act of violence.
Dr. Li’s workshop was packed with enthusiastic students ready with questions for Dr. Li on how to make your skin look more beautiful and how to treat common skin ailments. Dr. Li began the session by talking about how to treat skin problems from a TCM perspective with acupuncture and herbs. How lifestyle and exercise play a huge part in the health of your skin and how to make your body stronger. Natural products like honey, sugar and milk can be mixed together to make a very effective facial scrub.
According to Puttermilech, illness and system imbalance result when the pathways of meridians become blocked. It is the “twist” maneuver that has the potential to clear those blockages.
The end result is an acupuncture needle that will get the job done. The presenters showed magnifications of samples of Seirin and other needles, and the quality and purity points were decidedly on the side of the Seirin product.
In addition to his intensive studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Blaska , has studied Ayurveda for more than twelve years and has traveled extensively in Asia including India. Blaska’s presentation explored foundational Ayurvedic concepts of “energetics,” “source” and “manifestation” as well as the three doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha) that dominate the theory.
Who would have thought that where your front door is located or how your bed is oriented in your sleeping room has the potential to impact your health, social life and productivity? Those were exactly the issues explored in “Feng Shui for Health,” presented by Mary Rose Villanova.
The Yo San University community was thrilled to welcome international tea scholar, Wu De, to the campus on Tuesday August 6, 2013. Wu De’s recent visit included his third address to the You San Community in recent years. While sipping tea, the captivated audience considered Wu De’s assertions about the cultivation, culture and healing properties of tea .