Nurturing life through the body, heart, and spirit with the wisdom of Chinese medicine
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Resources

For students, practitioners and patients.

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I hope that the information in this section of the site will give you ideas for further research and access to resources you may not have been aware of, to deepen your understanding, hone your skills, and increase your ability to share what you do with your patients. At the same time, it has been my experience in dozens of classes in which I have had the honor of sharing the classical texts of the Chinese medical tradition with students and practitioners, that the benefits of studying the classics goes far beyond improving your clinical skills.

May you find inspiration, strength, joy, perspective, community, continuity, and connection to Heaven, Dao 道, and De 德 in our shared exploration!


Lunyu printed page.
Painting of Sun Simiao 孫思邈.
Wang Fengyi painted portrait.
Zhuangzi, ( Chinese: “Master Zhuang”) Wade-Giles romanization Chuang-tzu, original name Zhuang Zhou (born c. 369 bce, Meng [now Shangqiu, Henan province], China—died 286 bce), the most significant of China’s early interpreters of Daoism. (Brittanica.com)
Children playing on a winter day.