In the East, there is a great tradition of medicines that seek the energetic balance of the body and mind. They use a large part of preventive medicine, as well as natural remedies and manual techniques to activate the healing power of our body. We want to bring you closer to this wealth with our traditional oriental medicine courses.
The Ayurveda of India, the Theory of the 5 elements and the Acupuncture of China, the Shiastu, Sotai and Hineisin of Japan, the Hijama and the prophetic tradition of the Arab world, the vibration of the bowls of Tibet. They are just some examples of how ancestral knowledge cultivated in the East. Documented for more than 2,000 years in the case of India and China, it is still valid today.
In our traditional oriental medicine courses we are going to get closer to different theories and techniques that have survived for thousands of years, and have proven their great effectiveness in our own experience. You will be able to know first-hand its philosophy, etiology, diagnostic tools, healing techniques, and expand your mind, seeing health from other perspectives. It will also increase your ability to manage your own health and know yourself through the different manifestations of your body.
Delve into a fascinating world of knowledge and delve into the functioning of your body and mind with the courses in traditional oriental medicine
Traditional Oriental medicine starts from a holistic and comprehensive vision, where the person can take responsibility for their health. Some of the different techniques that make it up need great study and knowledge, and must be carried out by professionals. Others are affordable to anyone, after a proper approach and training. In Dunya’s traditional oriental medicine courses we offer you a close and familiar look. To put it into practice with you and yours. If what you are looking for are professional courses, we invite you to visit Narayana courses.
In ancient times men lived according to the dào [tao], with the laws of yīn yáng, observing the method of destiny (shù shù), moderating their food and drink, and protecting their joints, their daily activities were regular They were neither improper nor excessively tiring. In this way, they were able to maintain both their physical structure (xing) and their spirit (shén).
SÙ WÈN (SIMPLE QUESTIONS) CANON OF INTERNAL MEDICINE OF THE YELLOW EMPEROR