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Journey Through The Elements
April 20 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
Feeling irritable, short-tempered, overextended, or stressed?
The stagnation of Winter takes its toll on the liver and gallbladder – two organs represented by the Wood Element that signify growth and rebirth in our lives. Emerge from the stillness of Winter and Spring into action!
Join us for this interactive 2-hour workshop with Dr. Christina Casado where we’ll learn the philosophy behind Traditional Chinese Medicine through the exploration of the five elements. This workshop is one of a five-part series that explores each element.
During this workshop, we will explore practical concepts originating from this ancient and comprehensive medicinal system you can apply in your daily life for balancing your mind, body, and emotions using the Wood Element.
Inspired by the Spring season, we’ll release stagnant energy to create space for personal growth, compassion, benevolence, and honesty. Be prepared to shout and let go of old frustrations that get in the way of your natural feelings of inspiration and freedom.
By the end of the workshop, you’ll create your unique vision for self-renewal:
- Wake up early one morning and watch the sunrise.
- Fly a kite on a windy day.
- Make time to walk in the woods on a sunny afternoon.
- Sow seeds with your bare hands.
- Stop resisting what you need to flourish.
- The possibilities are limitless!
This workshop is free to attend. Please RSVP as seating is limited.
About the Presenter
Treehouse Acupuncture – Dr. Christina Casado
Dr. Christina M. Casado, A.P. is a Florida-Licensed Acupuncture Physician and Certified Chinese Medical Herbalist. She is a student of Japanese acupuncture master Kiiko Matsumoto and travels annually to Japan and China to hone her skills and learn new techniques.
Her credentials include a B.S. in Environmental Science from Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts; a M.S. in Biology from the University of Missouri at St. Louis; and an M.B.A. from Florida International University. Christina is also certified in injection therapy for pain management and detoxification.
For more than 20 years, Christina has studied the medicinal actions of plants and their uses in medicine. She has extensive experience in international botanical science and was a plant collector for the Missouri Botanical Garden. She is currently studying the use of essential oils in Chinese medicine with Jeffrey Yuen, a Five Element approach to herbal medicine prescriptions with Thea Elijah in the United States, and the professional blending of essential oils at the Provence Institute of Perfumery in Grasse, France.
Christina’s practice includes the use of original topical formulations and herbal preparations to complement acupuncture treatments. Christina is an active member of Acupuncturists Without Borders.