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Classical versus Traditional, what does it mean?

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We'll discuss the meaning of "Traditional Chinese Medicine" and "Classical Chinese Medicine", how these terms evolved and how they are currently being applied in our profession. With an eye on the practical applications of both TCM and CCM as well as their associated styles of acupuncture and herbal medicine, we will explore how to develop a clear idea of what to expect from each of these systems. We'll also look a bit at the history of each term, where they draw from each other and where they depart. Presentation of history and ideas will happen for the first half hour and discussion for the second half hour.

We'll discuss the meaning of "Traditional Chinese Medicine" and "Classical Chinese Medicine", how these terms evolved and how they are currently being applied in our profession. With an eye on the practical applications of both TCM and CCM as well as their associated styles of acupuncture and herbal medicine, we will explore how to develop a clear idea of what to expect from each of these systems. We'll also look a bit at the history of each term, where they draw from each other and where they depart. Presentation of history and ideas will happen for the first half hour and discussion for the second half hour.

Josephine Spilka is a licensed acupuncturist, practicing since 1994 with a Master’s degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Samra University in Los Angeles. Shortly after graduating she was introduced to the synthesis of classical teachings and the modern practice of Chinese medicine by Sharon Weizenbaum, then went on to study extensively with Jeffrey Yuen beginning in 1998.

Currently, as the owner of www.essencepresence.com, Josephine teaches, mentors and consults in Chinese medicine and Buddhist meditation. Additionally, as a faculty member of Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts in Asheville, North Carolina, she teaches core curriculum courses utilizing classical systems such as Divergent Meridians, Luo Vessels and Eight Extraordinary Vessels as well as supervising students in the college clinic and conducting case review. Combining deep study with practical application, Josephine aspires to share the benefits of putting the classical teachings into clinical practice with her students and other licensed professionals.

In all that she does, Josephine is focused on investigating the relationship with essence in its many forms. Growing and innovating from her foundation in Chinese medicine, she teaches on essential oils and Chinese medicine, shares contemplative photography, and serves others in finding and mining their own essence. With pith and passion, Josephine brings together many streams of teachings to offer an inspiring and practical application of ancient wisdom.



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