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This one-hour recorded lecture illuminates pulse interpretation from early classic delineation to modern pulse masters. This single pulse position is used to explore the wealth of practitioner’s own capacities. Words and pictures can all be expanded to provide an explanation of the feeling of the layered qualities of the pulse beat. A song of the soul, a person’s pulse weaves in information about the Divergent channels process, the Luo vessels, the Sinew Channels, the Ying/Blood/nourishing qi, the protective Wei qi, the deep Yuan qi and extra channels, signals of the day of ovulation, and an unborn baby’s gender.

Price: $30.00
CEUs/PDAs: 1 Approved: IVAS, Standard Certificate, NCCAOM, Florida, California
Length: 1 Hrs
Course Type: Recorded Seminar
Access Period: Lifetime
Notes: Notes are provided with this course.


  • To familiarize the practitioner with various evolutions in classic pulse diagnostic interpretation.
  • To explain the various levels in the pulse, and the distinct information at each level.
  • To emphasize the strength of each Chinese Medicine practitioner’s individual interpretation of what information they feel.


0 hrs - 15 minThe history of pulse interpretation from early classic delineation to modern times, and go over the evolution of pulse diagnostic interpretation.

15 min - 30 minDiscussion on the single pulse position and how the practitioner can use it to not only assess the patient, but his/her own capabilities. There are many layers in the pulse, and a discussion on how to distinguish them, and what it means.

30 min - 45 minDiscussion on how the pulse provides information regarding the Divergent Channels process, the Luo vessels, the Sinew Channels, Ying/Blood/nourishing qi, the protective Wei qi, the deep Yuan qi, and extra channels. Overview of how the practitioner's individual interpretation of what information they feel is critical, and how to utilize the information obtained from this process.

45 min - 1 hrsCommentary on how the pulse signals the day of ovulation and an unborn baby's gender. Recorded questions and answers segment, and case studies.



Having started her studies as a teenager, Holly Guzman, O.M.D., L.Ac., has been devoted to studying and practicing TCM for most of her life. Holly was part of the first graduating class of ACTCM; in addition to her private practice, she lectures internationally, teaches at Five Branches University, and is a contributing author to several health texts. Read More »


Holly is a blessing to our field, I feel privileged to know and learn from her work. I look forward to more e learning opportunities with her.Therese P.United States

Holly is an excellent teacher with a wealth of clinical experience.Mary D.Canada


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