Classes for the Public
The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine's introductory classes are designed for prospective students and the general public. In offering these classes, we hope to enrich your understanding of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and inspire a love for the medicine that will benefit your physical, emotional and spiritual self.
Class Offerings for the Summer Quarter:
Yangsheng Qigong Certificate Program
Each class is split into didactic & practical hours consisting of theory, Qigong and meditiation practice, text study, and exercises. Two certificates are offered to help diversify your practice, introduce you to a plethora of Qigong styles, help you learn the Daoist spiritual roots of Chinese medicine for self-healing, and help you build a community with other healers.
Classes offered monthly.
Best Practices for Stress Relief
Through both didactic and experiential course material, participants will learn about the neuroscience of stress and how it can affect the body. The course will include guided imagery, embodiment, imagination, mindfulness, and group interaction in class.
Satuday 9:00am - 1:00pm
August 3 (one-day workshop)
Dayan Qi Gong
Dayan Qi Gong promotes health and immune function, increases energy, flexibility and balance, and reduces stress.
July 8 - September 2 (9 weeks)
Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese art using the laws of both Heaven (time) and Earth (interior and exterior space) to help one receiving positive energy (Qi).
Mondays 5:30 - 7:30
July 8 - September 9 (10 weeks)
Understanding Chinese Medicine
Students will learn about "Qi" (the life force), Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, Tounge & Pulse diagnosis, Yin and Yang, 5 Elements, and the Chinese concept of internal organs.
Thursdays 6:00 - 8:00
July 18 - August 2 (6 weeks)
There are three ways you can register:
1) Download a Registration Form and send it along with payment to:
ACTCM Admissions Office
455 Arkansas Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
2) Register by phone. Call the Admissions Office at (415) 401-0464.
3) Register by email by contacting Admissions.