Calligraphy and Medicine: Two Masters – Five Elements
What you will learn
- Discover the depth of five elements through the visuals of calligraphy.
- See the differences between a Yang and a Yin element.
- Recognize the pictographs of the five elements and the art of drawing them.
- Enrich and deepen your understanding of Chinese Medicine through the significance of the pictographs.
In these beautifully crafted videos two masters; Dr. Yair Maimon, a Chinese medicine clinical with over 30 years of experience & Tirza Paytan Sela, a calligraphy & Japanese Art master since 1987 share and discuss their crafts.
Throw the elegant ink brushes of the five phases they reveal the depth of the Chinese philosophy and the way it is related to our understanding of life, medicine and patients.
This course has been filmed in Shodo – The Japanese Calligraphy School & Japanese Art Center in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Filmed and edited by Eitan Dotan. https://www.eitandotan.com/
This course is approved by:
Tirza is great
Disclaimer | Before You Purchase
Accessing Your Course
After the checkout, the course will be automatically added to your account, and unless otherwise specified, you can start learning immediately.
The course is always available for you if you have an internet connection.
To watch your course, log in. You can reach your courses from your account or the course page.
An easy way to find it is under “My Academy” => “My Courses” on the top bar.
We encourage you to return to courses as learning continues; in each view, we learn and understand new things.
Unless otherwise stated, CEU/PDA/CPD requirements must be completed within 1 year of the purchase. You are advised to print and save your certificate for your records and under your association requirements.
Dimploamtes of NCCAOM & Floridas members need to fill in a form after completing their courses for us to submit the points. CAB & Fachverband members need to write to us an email upon completing their courses to get the required documents. Look for our email after the completion of the course.