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Tong Ren Class at Massachusetts General Hospital (U.S.A.) starts on May 16, 2010
(Pancreatic and Liver Cancer Patients)
The rapid growth of Tong Ren has finally reached the attention of the mainstream medical world. Massachusetts General Hospital has invited Tom to begin a Tong Ren Healing class in their facilities so we invite those who can participate to join us once the class begins.
Here are the details:
This class is specifically for patients who have pancreatic or liver cancer.
Blum Patient Library
15 Fruit Street
Boston MA 02114
(Use main entrance - white building 1st floor)
Sundays: 10:00am - 11:00am
Beginning on May 16, 2010
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Embraces Tong Ren
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts a worldwide renowned mainstream as well as integrative medicine facility, has embraced Tong Ren.
Weekly Tong Ren Energy Healing classes at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital began on Sunday February 21, 2010 from 5:30-6:30 .
An additional class at 4:00 for Neurological disorders has also been added because of the overwhelming popularity of the first class!!
Tong Ren Training
Tom's next Tong Ren Training course is scheduled to take place on Sunday May 2nd and Sunday May 9th. This is a two part class that will take place in our Haverhill office. Class time is from 9:00am to 3:00pm EST.
The two day class will focus on the theory of Tong Ren, the different techniques and methodology of Tong Ren, case studies and Tong Ren application to cases, and lots of Q+A for those who have questions about different cases.
Class registration is $300 and will require a $50 non refundable deposit. Please email Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Class will be held in our Haverhill office at:
85 Essex St
Haverhill MA 01832
Class time is from 9:00am to 3:00pm EST. For those planning to attend the class, please arrive at 8:30am on May 2nd for registration.
For various updated training info pls. visit www.tomtam.com.
Tom Tam offers multiple training seminars every year. The seminars most often consist of an introduction to the Tom Tam Healing System along with an introduction and hands-on experience with Tong Ren Therapy. Many of the people who come to the seminars are not professional healers, rather they are learning to benefit their family and friends. Most often these are people who have been helped themselves from the techniques. In the most recent seminars, there has been a noticeable increase in professional people enrolling - medical doctors, chiropractors, nurses, dentists, acupuncturists, TCM doctors, massage therapists and Chi Gong healers. The trend is similar in the U.S., Hong Kong, China and Singapore.
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Beijing April 2009
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WELCOME TO TONG REN New York!
1133 Broadway at 26th Street, Suite 1625.
Guinea Pig Classes
4:30 - 5:45pm - Weight Loss/Balancing, Guinea Pig Class, Chi Gong
11:00 - 12:30pm - Tong Ren Yoga & Chi Gong
6:00 - 7:15pm - Emotions, Guinea Pig Class, Chi Gong
12:00 - 1:30pm - Tong Ren Yoga & Chi Gong
2:00 - 3:15pm - Emotions, Guinea Pig Class, Chi Gong
Acupuncture, Tui Na, Shiatsu, Chinese Herbs, Reiki, Ear Candling, Vibrational Healing, Bach Flower Remedies, Naturopathic Medicine, Reconnection
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL ANUBHA AT 212-627-1368
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There is the first published study of Tong Ren undertaken by members of the medical communities of Dana Farber, Harvard Medical School and the University of Virginia. The principal investigator of this first published study of tong ren is Amy Sullivan. Amy is presently at the University of Virginia continuing her research. Among her current projects are two studies of Tong Ren: a proposal to study the effects of Tong Ren on HIV/Aids and her longer term study, ongoing, of guinea pigs who (1) have healed from any type of illness using tong ren; and (2) are willing to submit their medical records for review. If you would like to participate in either study, please email Amy Sullivan at email@example.com/. In addition, Dr. Daley has launched a study of the effects of Tong Ren on Hashimotos disease.
Three studies of Tong Ren are underway by members of the medical community. This is not something that is separate and apart from all of us, members of this community. We can participate – we can share the results of the first study with our doctors , we can share our experience in the long term study…we can be both educators and educated.
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The I-TAP (International Tongren Association of Practitioners) launch on Sunday, February 1, 2009 was a great success, over 200 people attended. There were exciting speeches and testimonials for this historic event.