Deepest Health Podcast 8 – Interview with Dr. Heiner Fruehauf

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 30:08 — 41.4MB) This is the first of a two part interview series with Dr. Heiner Fruehauf.  Heiner is a founding professor of the school of Classical Chinese Medicine at National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR, owner of Classical Pearls, purveyor of truly great Chinese […]

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Deepest Health Podcast 6 – Schools of Chinese medicine and learning

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 21:37 — 29.7MB) Topic covered 1. Different schools of Chinese medicine and how students should look at the possibility of “choosing” between them (it’s a big topic, and the only one in this podcast)   Back to podcast archive If you like the Deepest Health podcast, and […]

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Deepest Health Podcast 5 – Interview with Brandt Stickley

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 35:04 — 48.2MB) I am honored to offer this interview of Brandt Stickley talking about his practice and teaching of Chinese medicine.  This was early in the podcast’s history, and the first interview, so the sound quality is a little dubious.  Dr. Stickley apologizes for his very high volume. […]

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Deepest Health Podcast 4 – Cancer, pulse taking & trust

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 20:57 — 28.8MB) Many people, both patients and student-practitioners, find themselves interested in how Chinese medicine can treat cancer.  I have been lucky enough to study with Dr. Heiner Fruehauf at NCNM, and one of the things he is best known for is his treatment of cancer. […]

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Deepest Health Podcast 3 – The Power of Self Cultivation

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 20:24 — 28.0MB) Few topics elicit such interest among Chinese medicine students as what we should do in the realm of physical and spiritual cultivation.  At NCNM, we take three rigorous years of Qigong and are variously encouraged to dig into our spiritual and emotional selves as […]

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