Academy of Healing Nutrition Longevity DietTraining
Module 7 The Barefoot Doctor
There's no way to health, health is a way...
Hands on healing techniques with Roger Green, Marian Buck-Murray and Inga Bylinkina.
This course teaches its students to be an educator, practitioner and counselor woven into one. The program is based on classical principles that reflect the alternating rhythm of yin and yang, whose understanding is essential for anyone wishing to be in unity with the flow of life.
Exercise along with diet is called the “Dynamic Duo”. If you wish to change many things in your life, from weight loss to spiritual development, these two in combination are very powerful and do not fail.
Releasing the past is essential to healthy living. Sickness lives in our memories, especially the painfully charged ones we carry around and experience in our body movements. Body awareness, yoga stretching and exercises techniques such as Do In will help to open up the Internal Energy circulation in your body, which is essential to good health.
You will learn a simple exercise program that is easily repeatable and taught to your friends, family and clients.
Topics covered in this class:
- Tools for Healing —Energy medicine
- Energetics of Acupressure points for common problems
- Do-In exercise program
- Moxabustion treatment techniques for common aliments
- Simple shiatsu massage techniques
- Learn and discover your energy Meridians
- Discover the Secrets of Inner Vitality referred to as ‘Jing’ and how to restore it with diet, exercise and tonic herbs
- Home remedies, hot and cold compresses, bath therapy
- The Ginger compress demonstration and experience!
- Kitchen Pharmacy that treats many aliments (be your own doctor)
- Healing protocols for many degenerative diseases
- Natural approach to diabetes, cancer, asthma, weight loss, arthritis, and other conditions will be taught and discussed
Most Important Acu-Points
In Chinese medicine, each acupuncture point has a name and a certain set of attributes. These give each point a unique quality, with physical, mental and emotional effects. We will practice Qigong exercises for activating the qi of the entire body, and then learn special Do-Yin exercises for strengthening particular organs. We will learn about 6powerful acupuncture points, which can be easily located, either for self-massage or for using on others.
Assessment of various Exercises
There are different kinds of exercises, what Chinese call “inner” vs. “outer”, such as tai chi vs. jogging. Overall, by including regular exercise we can improve vitality, stamina and benefit our prospects of a longer, healthier life.
The body has two natural power centers that are essential for deep health and vitality. In this workshop you will learn the meaning and importance of the Hara, a Japanese term for the vital abdominal center, and the kidneys. We will explain the nature of these power centers from the viewpoints of both oriental and western medicine and how to protect and nurture these constitutional powers you are born with. Other empowering ways for strengthening these power centers will be taught. They include specific acupressure points, simple breathing techniques and several qigong exercises. Be ready to feel the power!
- Strengthen the Food-Body-Spirit- relationship
- Body Centered Awareness
- Shiatsu massage techniques
- Qi exercises such as Do-In self massage sequences
Students receive a comprehensive workbook on shiatsu massage, Do-In, Health protocols and home remedies.
Home Remedies Workbook by Roger Green
Treatment With Home Remedies, Acute Conditions, Chronic Conditions, Acute Conditions: A Closer Look, Cuts, Burns and Scalds, Using Home Remedies, Home Remedy Treatment Types, Water, Bath Therapy, Bath Recipes, Compresses Cold Compresses, Hot Compresses, Compress Recipes, Plaster and Poultice, Plaster and Poultice Recipes, Points to Remember when using Compresses and Plasters, Mud and Clay Packs, Hot Treatments, Hot Treatment Recipes, Tea and Tonic Recipes
Dietary Advice for Specific Conditions
Arthritis, Glucose Intolerance, Hypoglycemia, Diabetes, The Cause of Diabetes, Hyperglycemia and the Pancreas
Dietary Advice for Specific Conditions Part 2
The Physiology of the Digestive System, Problems and Diseases of the Digestive System, Candida Albicans (also called Thrush), Coeliac Disease, Colitis, Constipation, Diarrhea, Diverticulosis, Duodenal Ulcer, Flatulence, Gallstones, Gastroenteritis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Mal-absorption, Over-acidity, Pancreatic Insufficiency, Peptic (Stomach) Ulcer, Stomach Ulcer, Stomach Cramps and Swelling Hernias, Worms, Colds, Expansive Colds, Contractive Colds, Coughs, Mucus Cough, Dry Cough, Sore Throats, Tonsillitis, Fatigue, Hyperactivity, Emotional Imbalances
Dietary Advice for Specific Conditions Part 3
Headaches, Migraines, Environmental Headaches, Muscle Contractions, Cluster Headaches, Organic Headaches, Posttraumatic Headaches, Exertion Headaches, Expansive Headaches, Contraction Headaches, Hypertension (High Blood Pressure), H.I.V. AIDS and Other Immune Deficiency Diseases, Home Study and Review
Dietary Advice for Specific Conditions Part 4
The Heart, Circulation, Pulse rate, Blood Pressure, Conditions of the Blood, Cerebral Hemorrhage/Thrombosis (Stroke), Abnormal Blood Pressure: Hypertension and Hypotension, Hemophilia: Vitamins for Good Blood
Eating for Women’s Health: Female Conditions & Ailments
Stagnant Blood, Menstrual Irregularities, Dysmenorrhea, Recipes for Cold Dysmenorrhea, Dysmenorrhea Caused by Stagnation of Qi and/or Blood, Recipes for Dysmenorrhea Caused by Stagnation of Qi and/or Blood, Dysmenorrhea Caused by Liver Qi Stagnation (Excess), Recipes for Dysmenorrhea Caused by Liver Qi Stagnation, PMS, PMS Caused by Stagnation of Liver Qi, Recipes for PMS Caused by Stagnation of Liver Qi, PMS Caused by Deficiency of Spleen Yang and Kidney Yang, PMS Caused by a Deficiency of Blood and Yin, Recipes for Building Blood, Menopause, Menopause and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Women’s Herbs: Specific Nutrients for a Healthy Menopause, Food Guidelines for Menopausal Women, Recipes for Menopausal Women, Women’s Health Considerations, Pregnancy, Post Partum, Care for Children, Osteoporosis, Recipes for High Calcium Soups
A Closer Look: Maintaining A Natural & Healthy Pregnancy
Stages of Pregnancy, The Early Months of Health, Problems During Pregnancy, Anemia, Leg Cramps, Constipation, Varicose Veins, Stretch Marks, Harmful Products During Pregnancy, Sugar, Alcohol, Cigarettes, Drugs, Yin and Yang Conditions, Abnormal Bleeding, Miscarriage, Natural Procedures Following Delivery, Diet and the Mother, Lactation, Baby Food
The Way of Chinese Herbs Workbook by Roger Green
Categorizing Herbs, Use of Chinese Herbs, Chinese Herbal Recipes, Qi and Blood, Recipes for Nourishing the Blood, Liver Qi Liver Yang, Recipes to Supplement Liver, Additional Tonic Recipes, Recipes to Eliminate Heat, Cold, Wind, & Phlegm, Recipes for Invigorating Qi, Seasonal Chinese Herbal Recipes, Spring: Supplement and Harmonize Wood, Summer Recipes: Supplement and Harmonize Fire, Autumn Recipes: Supplement and Harmonize Metal, Winter Recipes: Supplement and Harmonize Water.
DO-IN and SHIATSU workbook by Roger Green
Basic meditation, basic meditation exercise, cultivating qi, head and face do- in massage, neck stretching, shoulder exercises, chest, lower back and hips, arm stimulation, leg stimulation, hara strengthening do- in exercises, hara meditation, knee and hip rotation, stretches, standing stretches, sitting stretches, makka ho exercise, the camel pose exercise, kidney meridian stretch, waist rotations, exercise: warming the kidneys, bladder meridian stretch, hip walk (kidney and bladder meridians), rubbing face and head tsubos, pressing hand and arm tsubos
Health Conditions Workbook
Acne Vulgaris Attention Deficit – Hyperactivity Disorder, Allergies and Sensitivities, Alzheimer’s, Asthma, Atherosclerosis, Breast Cancer, Cancer Prevention and Diet, Candida’s, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Colon Cancer, Common Cold, Depression, Diabetes Type 1, Diabetes Type 2 Eating Disorders, Eczema, Fibromyalgia, Gallstones, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Gingivitis, HIV and Aids, Hypertension, Hypothyroidism, Influenza, Insomnia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Lung Cancer, Menopause, Obesity and Weight Loss, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Prostate Cancer, Prostatic Hyperplasia (Benign), Psoriasis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Traditional Chinese Medicine Cancer Treatment
Herbs and Food Based Supplements, Good Mood Foods, Detoxification, Diabetes, Weight Loss Protocol, Weight Loss Superfoods, Most Important Acu Points, The proven supplements you need. Super-foods glossary
Kitchen Pharmacy Recipes:
Ginger, Cinnamon and Star Anise Tea, Daikon Dissolver, Flu Buster Tonic, Ume-Kudzu, Cayenne Pepper Gargle, Oregano & Thyme Tea, Apple Cider Vinegar & Honey, Aloe Vera Turmeric Anti-Inflammatory
We come into the world naked….
“We are then schooled, fed and clothed and loved and sometimes mistreated. We contain a memory of all of these experiences. Some make us grow, others can make us blocked. We all have the seed of deep vitality and long life. We all have the seed of enlightenment, clear and precise thinking and openhearted intuition. Like a plant- this seed can grow if the soil and other conditions are right. Our body needs to be like the roots, and our mind like the leaves. Our
Mind is infinite, boundless in its imaginative depths. Our mind is also a trap. A trap to illusions, materialism and despairs. We get caught up in opinions, likes and dislikes, and all other dualities of life. We can get caught to the point where the sun does not shine any more. That’s sad. And that is attachment. The Ancient Taoist Sages of the East, had many teaching on the conquest of the mind”. -Roger Green, Founder and Director, Academy Healing Nutrition
"As the vital center, hara is the source of health, personal vitality, and endurance. When a person acts from hara, his or her movements are effortless. He or she is borne along by the infinite power of the universe, one with the Tao." - Ohashi `Reading the Body'
"When a person touches another, he or she is in fact saying I want to share, I want to help; and when the other allows his space to be penetrated and permits touch to occur, he is replying I want to share, I want to be helped." - John Willey, author.
"This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one. I am of the opinion that my life belongs to the whole community and as long as I can live, it is my privilege to do for it whatever I can. I want to be thoroughly used up when I die, for the harder I work the more I live. I rejoice in life for its own sake. Life is no 'brief candle' to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got hold of for the moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible, before handing it on to future generations." - George Bernard Shaw, From Man and Superman