The treatment of eye disease has a long history in Chinese Medicine dating all the way to the Shang Dynasty, where we find oracle bones with inscriptions listing multiple eye conditions. Ophthalmology is often associated with the Yao Wang/Herb King Sun-Si-Miao and has continued to be an important specialty practice in Chinese medicine with its own diagnostics and treatment strategies.
This weekend program will explore the complex physiology of the eye and its anatomical and energetic associations. The specific diagnostics of ophthalmology will be presented along with multiple treatment strategies to address many common eye conditions. An emphasis will also be placed on the emotional and spiritual factors that impact visual perception in the creation of our internal reality.
Dr. Yuen’s grandfather, Yu Wen, specialized in ophthalmology and this is a rare opportunity to study this discipline with Dr. Yuen.
This program is designed to be completed on both days. A one-day registration is not available.
Note: Jeffrey Yuen will also present the program, Opening the Sensory Orifices, at MUIH on Friday, August 4, 9 am – 5 pm. You must register separately for this program here.
Jeffrey Yuen, B.S., Dipl. C.H.
Jeffrey C. Yuen holds two Daoist lineages – 88th generation of the Yu Qing Huang Lao Pai (Jade Purity Yellow Emperor Lao Zi School) and 26th generation of the Quan Zhen Long Men Pai (Complete Reality Dragon Gate School). Jeffrey Yuen trained under his adopted grandfather, the late Daoist Master Yu Wen (1872-1981), both as a priest and Chinese Medical clinician. He also studied Chinese herbal medicine with Master Gong Song-Liu, a eunuch for the last two emperors of the Qing Dynasty who apprenticed with Imperial Medical physicians.
Mr. Yuen is internationally recognized as a Master of Chinese classical medicine, Daoism, Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology, Tai Chi, Essential Oils, and Qi Gong. Mr. Yuen was the inaugural recipient of the 'Educator of the Year' award, conferred by the American Association of Oriental Medicine. He teaches throughout the United States and Europe and his educational efforts have made incredible contributions to our understanding of the Chinese Medicine in the West.
Note: This course will be at a new location: Sheraton Columbia Town Center Hotel, 10207 Wincopin Circle, Columbia, MD 21044.