I would like to invite you to a special talk with Yulia Piskulina who will be talking how to take care of ourselves while we transition into autumn, with special emphasis on lungs’ health (so needed right now). The talk will take place on Saturday September 26th, 9-11am PST over Zoom. The cost is 20$ and you will be able to register via YiY website.
Here’s more info about Yulia and the talk. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask specific questions.
I grew up in Siberia, had a degree in Public Relations, but was introduced to Chinese Medicine and alternative ways of healing by Taiwanese doctor Zen Master Cuckoo.
I discovered the healing power of acupuncture when I helped Him in his clinic in Goa and Moscow. At first I was sceptical but then blown away by how much it helped hundreds of people in front of my eyes. I immediately quit my job and started to follow Master Cuckoo all over the world. It was one of the scariest and one of the best decisions I’ve made.
I have been a lover of Traditional Chinese Medicine since then (2008). I’ve been studying and practicing in Taiwan, Russia, European Union, India (Goa, Mumbai).
I am an acupuncturist and have completed training in: Traditional cupping and moxibustion, Gua sha massage, Facial acupuncture, Dr. Tan Balanced, Method Acupuncture, Auriculotherapy.
Its my passion to help people discover new ways of feeling their best. And teaching them to self-heal. The medicine I practice is rooted in a holistic approach. I believe in providing tools for people to help themselves, because for 99% you are doctor for yourself, and 1% is your healer. I invite you to allow me to walk with you on your healing path.
The talk: Transitioning into Fall. Food and lifestyle advice from the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine
What you will take away from this meeting:
-TCM nutrition tips to help you stay healthy this fall
-Self care techniques – acupressure and breathing to strengthen the body
– How to regulate the imbalances in body systems
– How to reduce frequent colds/flu, asthma, skin issues, digestive issues and fatigue
– How to support your lung’s health
– Why it is normal to let things go