Rani Ayal

The Creation of Life, Treating Female and Male infertility (DVD)

Through the Eight Extraordinary Meridians

  • 2012, DVD, whole day

57,00 

Delivery time: ca. 1 - 3 Tage

Description

Aus der Einführung from the introduction:
In a woman of two times seven years, fertility arrives.
Ren mai functions fully while the powerful Chong mai rises in power. The menses flow downward in their time and she bears children.
The Qi Jing Ba Mai, or 8 extraordinary meridians, constitute the framework for that most elusive source of life itself: the constant interaction of Shen and Jing, from the moment of conception until the last breath of life. This framework can best be understood through the Chinese depiction of Early Heaven – the Ba Gua trigram arrangement according to Fu Xi.

In this seminar we will be exploring the framework of the Extra Meridians creating the very beginning of life – the dynamics of conception and pregnancy, the pathogenesis of infertility and recurrent abortions, and the treatment of common imbalances. The seminar will include body and pulse diagnosis techniques that are unique to the eight extraordinary meridians, point energetics, internal pathways and connections between meridians, and clinical examples for the use of specific treatment protocols.

TCM-Kongress Rothenburg 2012,
2 DVDs, englisch.

Rani Ayal has been practicing and teaching Chinese Medicine for over twenty years. Initially trained in Japan in Shiatsu and Meridian style Acupuncture, Ayal later returned to Israel to complete his studies in TCM acupuncture and herbal therapy. Rani then continued his training in Classical Chinese Medicine, Five Elements and Stems and Branches, under Master Acupuncturist Joan Duveen. Former head of the Acupuncture Department at Sourasky Medical Center in Tel Aviv and chairman of the Israeli TCM association, Rani Ayal maintains a full time clinic for children and adults, often treating over 120 patients a week, and lectures frequently in Israel and abroad.

Author

Rani Ayal

Rani Ayal

Rani Ayal praktiziert und unterrichtet seit über zwanzig Jahren Chinesische Medizin. Ursprünglich in Japan in Shiatsu und Meridian-Akupunktur ausgebildet, kehrte Ayal später nach Israel zurück, um seine Studien in TCM-Akupunktur und Kräutertherapie abzuschließen. Rani setzte dann seine Ausbildung in Klassischer Chinesischer Medizin, Fünf Elemente und Stängel und Zweige, unter der…