Kid 1, Yong Quan (Bubbling Spring), is the first point on the Kidney meridian, it is a Wood point, the source of Chong Mai and more but what does it mean and what else can we think of, and learn from, when we learn it and use it?
This course explores Kid 1 and its clinical use through a wonderful and unique drawing, which brings to life the point and the different aspects of it; its name, its attributes, element, position on the body and more.
Through this masters discussion of Kid 1 we learn not only how to clinically use Kid 1 but we better understand other points and their possibilities and we go deeper into the qualities of Chinese Medicine.
Experience Kid 1 through a unique drawing.
Use Kid 1 with deeper connection to it.
Watch the wide horizons and deep depths of Chinese Medicine.
Enjoy two seasoned practitioner discuss and enrich each other about the clinical use of Kid 1.
Rani Ayal has been practicing and teaching Chinese Medicine since 1989.
Initially trained in Japan in Shiatsu and Meridian style Acupuncture, he returned to Israel to complete his studies in TCM acupuncture and herbal therapy and then continued his training in Classical Chinese Medicine, specializing in the philosophies of Five Phases and Stems & Branches, with master acupuncturist Joan Duveen of Holland who continues to be his mentor to this day.
Former head of Acupuncture at Sourasky medical center in Tel Aviv and chairman of the Israeli TCM association, Rani maintains a full time clinic for adults and children, treating over 120 patients a week.
Rani is co-author of an upcoming book on the points of acupuncture, named "Gates of Life" and lectures frequently in Israel and internationally.
My two favorite teachers:gratitude 💕🙏
I was great to listen to my two teachers at the same time.
Hope for more.
And The Book ;)