Events around Pacific College Of Oriental Medicine - NY

South Street Sea Port Grand reopening coming 2018
Dance

South Street Sea Port Grand reopening coming 2018

Sunday 11:00am (05 August)
South Street Seaport, Pier 17, New York

Plainview HS Class of '73- 45th Reunion!

Plainview HS Class of '73- 45th Reunion!

Friday 6:30pm (29 June)
Industry Kitchen, New York

Esscala Sunset Sessions: Bryan Kearney & Cold Blue

Esscala Sunset Sessions: Bryan Kearney & Cold Blue

Sunday 7:00pm (27 May)
Hornblower Cruises & Events Pier 15, New York

Daytime Statue Sail Aboard the Shearwater Classic Schooner

Daytime Statue Sail Aboard the Shearwater Classic Schooner

Monday 12:30pm (10 September)
North Cove Marina at Brookfield Place, New York

Global Walk Annually
Health

Global Walk Annually

Saturday 10:00am (08 September)
Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn

Dumpling Bros & Wonton In A Million: The Greatest Chow On Earth
Party

Dumpling Bros & Wonton In A Million: The Greatest Chow On Earth

Saturday 6:30pm (02 June)
Joy Luck Palace, New York

NYC Excepting Twins Class - Day 1
Wellness

NYC Excepting Twins Class - Day 1

Monday 6:15pm (04 June)
La Mela Restaurant, New York

Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore (Album Release)
Music

Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore (Album Release)

Friday 8:00pm (08 June)
City Winery NYC, New York


Z'ev Rosenberg - Ripples in the Flow: Nan Jing Pulse Models

Z'ev Rosenberg - Ripples in the Flow: Nan Jing Pulse Models


When?

Start time: Sunday 9:00am (06 May)
End time: Sunday 6:00pm (06 May)

Where?

Pacific College Of Oriental Medicine - NY
110 William St, 19th Floor, New York
Health

About

Z'ev Rosenberg shares his wisdom
-Discover secrets of pulse reading from the Nan Jing
-Explore how to integrate 5 phases, zang fu, and channel based pulse reading
-Examine how solar, lunar and 24 hour cycles influence what we feel.

The Nan Jing (Classic of Difficulties), is one of the foundational Han dynasty classics of Chinese Medicine tradition. The first 22 chapters (out of 81) are devoted to pulse discrimination. The secret of pulse diagnosis revealed in the Nan Jing is sensitivity to time and timing, and how cycles influence what we feel as we palpate.

Z’ev Rosenberg is one of the 1st generation practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine in America. Chair emeritus and professor for close to 20 years at PCOM, he is one of the leaders of our profession. His new book will be available at a book celebration the day after the seminar.

Register online at
http://bit.ly/2C88MDi
or contact cneipris@pacificcollege.edu for questions or phone registration