This month at Kuk Sool Won™ of St. Paul, we are honored to have Collen Moore, Licensed Acupuncturist, L. Ac. Dipl. Ac. NCCAOM, from The Guided Hand Acupuncture teaching two great classes on Diet at our school. Colleen’s career in holistic medicine began as a practitioner of Jin Shin Do Acupressure after graduating from the Health and Wellness Counseling and Holistic Therapies programs at the College of St. Catherine in 1988. In 1993, she graduated from the Minnesota School of Acupuncture and Herbal Studies and began her acupuncture practice.
In addition to her acupuncture and Chinese herbal practice, Colleen is an enthusiastic and gifted educator. In 1997 and 1998 she taught Acupressure and Introduction to Chinese Medicine at the College of St. Catherine. She was adjunct faculty at Northwestern Health Sciences University from 1996 to 2002, teaching Introduction to Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture Point Location, Japanese Style Diagnostics and Treatment, and Chinese Food Therapy. Today, Colleen teaches a variety of Self-Care Classes through her personal practice and in the community, and is a clinical supervisor at Northwestern Health Sciences University.
These classes are open to any adult student, family member, or friend of Kuk Sool Won™ of St. Paul. Please contact us with any questions or to reserve your spot.
On Thursday, February 12, 2015 from 6-7pm:
The Colors, The Cauldron and The Kumquat: Chinese Food Therapy Made Easy
Help!!! What should I eat??? There is so much conflicting information out there, how is one to know how to eat “healthy?” Thankfully, Chinese Medicine is a complete and elegant guide and I am its most enthusiastic messenger because I LOVE FOOD, I LOVE FEELING GREAT, and I HAVE VERY LITTLE TIME TO FUSS ABOUT IT! The basics of digestion from a Chinese Medicine perspective.(The Cauldron), eating for your Chinese Medicine Constitution (The Colors), a whole new vision of food groups (The Kumquat), and an insanely practical way to put it all into play will be presented. By the way… did I mention The Cauldron contains the key to weight loss? $20 per person.
On Thursday, February 26, 2015 from 6-7pm:
Drink Your Way To Better Health
Plain water isn’t necessarily the best option and I know I will get a lot of backlash for this one, but….wine isn’t either. However, you can prevent disease, promote endurance, energy and calm and become more resilient to stress by making every drop of liquid you consume count. I will introduce you to many adaptogens (consumed as tea), including a few medicinal mushrooms. Infusions and ferments will be covered as well. This will be a beverage tasting that will put Napa Valley and Verdant Tea to shame. $25 per person.