>The course provides additional training and insight into how and when to recommend a patient incorporate a particular qigong movement or breathing pattern, or study a particular qigong or tai chi form, with the appropriate clinical application of each form and pattern.
After a busy and successful year under the able leadership of President, Emily Quan King, The Yo San University Student Association (YSUSA) has completed its annual election process. The group has announced a new slate of officers.
All members of the Yo San University administrative staff wore blue on Friday December 20, 2013, the last day that Assistant Academic Dean, Alison Doherty, worked in the office.
Recent Yo San University MATCM graduate, Sally Goluboff, stepped immediately out of her role as a student finishing clinic hours and final exams, and began functioning as a University administrator. In her new half-time role in the MATCM Office of the Assistant Academic Dean, Sally’s initial title is “Academic Advisor.”
It was announced recently that Yo San University (YSU), Dean of Clinical Education, Albert Vaca, L. Ac., has earned a prestigious Fellowship position at the Tao of Wellness in Santa Monica, California. Vaca earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Sonoma State University, and he is a 2006 graduate of the YSU MATCM Program.
Among the various forms of Qi and Tai Chi training, the sword is an instrument of spiritual cultivation that equips practitioners to refine and master their energy and project their Qi. As an optional Qi Cultivation offering, the Fall 2013 swords course drew an enthusiastic group of advanced students who engaged the form as an integral component of the Harmony Tai Chi Chuan heritage of the Yo San Family.
Facilitated by Yo San University Director of Enrollment Management, Joslyn Williams, and her assistant, Yaneth Moreira, a series of University staff development sessions, titled The Face of Yo San, focused on subtleties of interpersonal interaction and human communication that that are likely to facilitate satisfaction and positive feelings on the part of students, clinic patients and other visitors to our busy campus.
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.
The contest announcements used descriptors such as “Big and Fluffy,” “Golden and Brown” and “Delicious” to stimulate a band of Yo San bakers to present the best products of their mixing bowls and ovens at the contest on November 21, 2013. At 3:00 pm On the day of the event the Bookstore was packed with “Yo Sanners” to view the six beautiful muffin treats and to greet the creators of the competing culinary treats.
For more than one reason, spirits were high at the recent Yo San University Alumni Dinner. Whenever a group of Yo San University graduates gather, the spirit of positive Qi, so carefully cultivated during years of study , is inevitably going to be palpable.