Please join us for the 2014 Doctoral Thesis presentations in Integrative Medicine: Longevity & Health Aging. The event will take place April 4th-6th in the Qi Studio on the second floor of Yo San University.
Yo San University Graduate (class of 2006), James Evans makes conception easier with his use of Western and Chinese medicine to create a baby boom in his town of Perth Western Australia.
Stephanie K. Mattrey, chose to launch her career as an acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist. Stephanie is affiliated with the People’s Acupuncture Clinic, a practice that overlooks the idyllic Amherst Green, and which not only provides acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine services, but also martial arts, Qi cultivation, life coaching, Feng Shui and Life coaching training and consultation.
The Spring 2014 President’s Tea was held on Wednesday February 5, 2014. Topics addressed at the session included: the Yo San University 25th Anniversary celebrations, upcoming (Summer 2014) changes in the financial aid check disbursement practice, the April 4-6 DAOM Dissertation mini-conference, the Library Manager transition, and the changes in the Herbal component of the Graduation Examination.
George Washington Carver, former slave, Educator, Scientist and Agriculturist, whose work in Systematic Botany and Agriculture lead to the development of farm products as well as education and awareness to the Southern black community about crops, farming, sustainability, importance of natural resources and one’s own connection with nature.
Jennifer Shulman is a doctoral candidate in Yo San's Women’s Health and Reproductive Medicine program. She is a California native from Santa Barbara, and is following in her mother’s footsteps, not only as a California acupuncturist, but also as a Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Jennifer spent several years practicing acupuncture in New York City before returning to California and beginning her current practice in Redondo Beach.
Beginning with the winter 2014 issue, v 66, the AAAOM’s peer-reviewed research journal, The American Acupuncturist, has a new section: "Clinical Pearls.” What is a clinical pearl? These are small bits of free-standing, clinically relevant information based on experience or observation and that address a specific topic. They can be communicated either verbally or in printed form.
Year of the Horse New Year Celebration. Sunday February 9, 2014 at 10 am. Dr. Mao Shing Ni and Dr. Daoshing Ni, The Yo San University Student Association & The College of Tao Invite you to Celebrate the Year of the Horse. Please arrive by 9:45 am., and bring a seat cushion! For the potluck, please bring your favorite festive, healthy dish or beverage. We look forward to ushering in the New Year with you!
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.