Chinese medicine

The New Guinea training activities were an introduction to the basic principles and therapeutic methods of Chinese medicine. Starting with the basic books related to Qi energy and Taoism (the I Ching, the Tao Te Ching, and the Yellow Emperor), they approached the correspondences and symbolism underlying this complete holistic health system. They also analyzed the basic principles, meridians and human physiology based on Qi energy and presented the basic healing methods of Qi: acupuncture, botonotherapy, nutrition, massage, and exercise focusing on the application of specific methods and techniques to restore balance and improve health.