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Classical Acupuncture (Yuen)

Classical Acupuncture is distinct from commonly practiced acupuncture. It is a rare, holistic medical system that encompasses a complete understanding of the development of illness, treats an incredibly wide array of conditions, and a brilliant, specific and detailed theoretical understanding of optimum health. Classical Acupuncture is acupuncture based on the tenets laid out in the Classical medical texts of the Han dynasty (206 BCE - 220 CE), the height of the practice’s development. This Classical methodology was refined during the enlightenment of the Northern Song dynasty (960 – 1279) and it continues to be enhanced by the interpretation of the texts by master practitioners who follow this approach. One of the current masters is the internationally renowned Jeffrey Yuen. Classical Acupuncture is not to be confused with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), as Classical Acupuncture utilizes 62 meridians (energy pathways) while TCM uses 12 meridians (and extends a gesture toward 8 others). Divergent, Luo and Sinew (see below) meridians are omitted from TCM practice entirely. Classical Acupuncture differs from the commonly practiced TCM. Classical acupuncture is derived from the classic texts, which Chinese medicine evolves from. It is the medicine, which was practiced all over China, in tribes and in families, for centuries, before the Cultural Revolution, when Chairman Mao developed TCM as a simplified synthesis of these varied methods. The world's foremost transmitter of Classical Chinese Medicine, is the renowned Mr Jeffrey Yuen, Taoist doctor and priest; 88th generation of his Taoist lineage: Yu Ching Huang Lao Pai, (Jade Purity School, Yellow Emperor/Lao Tzu sect), and the 26th generation of Chuan Chen Lung Men Pai (Complete Reality School, Dragon Gate Sect). Classical acupuncture is an inclusive medicine, offering thousands of years of information and experience in the treatment of disease. This allows for a more thorough assessment of diagnosis and treatment of disease imbalance. In addition, Classical acupuncture practitioners use more than 60 energy pathways when assessing and treating a disease imbalance. This increases the benefits of treatments and provides broader and deeper shifts in the disease imbalance.

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