Pulse and Tongue and Other Forms of Clinical Evaluation with Matthew Wood
Sunday, June 8, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Pulse and Tongue and Other Forms of Clinical Evaluation with Matthew Wood MS (Herbal Medicine) Registered Herbalist (American Herbalism Guild)
Pulse and tongue diagnosis are essential to the proper use of herbs because they discover in the sickness the underlying energetic patterns – hot, cold, damp, dry, tense, relaxed, etc. They provide an evaluation that is similar to but different from the biomedical diagnosis. Herbs work better when we understand their indications and use in terms of energetics because Nature is inherently energetic: hot, cold, damp, etc.
This class is intended for serious students and practitioners of herbal medicine who are interested in enhancing their skills with holistic evaluation. We will work on each other.
Matthew Wood MSc (Herbal Medicine), Registered Herbalist (American Herbalists Guild) This class will be taught on the innate energetic system of Western herbalism used by the phsyiomedicalists; tracing back to the Greeks. It is based on excitation, depression, atrophy, stagnation, tension, relaxation, or hot, cold, dry, damp, tension, relaxation. We will discuss the energetics, the diagnostic indications, and the most useful herbs. This is a one-day workshop, from 10am to 5pm with a lunch break in between, in a beautiful outdoor setting in Orange County, California. $75 per person Class size limited to 20. To register email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Rebecca Altman is a Scottish herbalist, currently living in Los Angeles.
She practices as a community herbalist in the West Hollywood area, gathers herbal medicine in and around Southern California, teaches classes on herbalism, writes about herbs and other things at www.cauldronsandcrockpots.com and sells hand made herbal potions at www.kingsroadapothecary.com.