Few topics elicit such interest among Chinese medicine students as what we should do in the realm of physical and spiritual cultivation. At NCNM, we take three rigorous years of Qigong and are variously encouraged to dig into our spiritual and emotional selves as we seek to become good doctors. This podcast focuses on this concept.
1. The power of self-cultivation for Chinese medicine practitioners
2. Caring for patients from the moment they arrive until the moment they leave
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About Eric Grey
Hi - I'm the founder of this site and the primary master of all functions here. When I'm not writing, you can find me reaching out to the Chinese Medicine community across the web and in my own backyard. I currently teach Chinese herbs at my alma mater, the National College of Natural Medicine. Additionally, I'm the founder of Watershed Wellness, a thriving local clinic in Southeast Portland in Oregon. No matter where I'm working, you'll find my focus on the Classical approach to Chinese medicine laced throughout everything I do.