Both you and your patients will benefit from the insights and clarifications in this lecture series.
Hacking Chinese Medicine, a book that demystifies and renders logical the confusion and conflicts currently inherent in the study of Chinese medicine, is one of Janice Walton-Hadlock’s most popular books.
You will be transported around the world, to Vietnam, Singapore, and India, and of course, China, as she shares cozy insights from doctors around the world. You will be introduced to a much more logical and gratifying understanding of Chinese medicine than you probably received in your English language courses. You will hear about her own clinical mistakes and experiences and even her discoveries from relentless digging into the Nei Jing.
You can understand what it is you are actually doing when you diagnose and treat using Chinese medicine. You can learn what the code words of Chinese diagnostics actually mean – and it’s usually not what you think. You will learn why some of your treatments work, and why so many of them do not.
As one lecture attendee exclaimed, “Thank you! I always knew there had to be a logic, a science, to this medicine!”
Watch a Promo Video for this series below!
Each one-hour lecture is based, more or less, on two to three chapters in this book. The chapters cover a wide range of topics, from the history of the words Yin and Yang to the actual paths of the channels – which you can prove to yourself by learning to feel the flow of channel Qi.
Note: The classes can be taken in any order, but it is probably best if they are taken in sequence.
A person who can “hack it,” is a person who knows the system from the inside out. He knows what makes it work. You can hack it, you can understand the Chinese medicine system. Join us for this colourful armchair expedition into Chinese medicine.
15-Part Webinar Series
Individual webinars will be released as they become available.
What's being said about Janice Walton-Hadlock's book Hacking Chinese Medicine:
“I’ve read many, many books (English and Chinese) on the subject of Chinese medicine…filling my head with so many different, confusing, if not conflicting thoughts. This book is completely different…Dr. Janice’s book is a guiding light for TCM into the future!” - a book review on Amazon, by John Chu (Used with permission.)
“This book is a gift to my students of everything I wish I’d learned in the first semester of my Chinese medicine classes.” - Dr. Janice Walton-Hadlock, DAOM