We congratulate our 2013 graduating class, invite registered nurses to attend our Holistic Nursing Certification Preparation seminar, and spotlight an herbal formula that helps prevent dryness when feeling signs of a cold or flu in our 2013 October newsletter. Also covered in this newsletter are upcoming events such as Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (AOM) Day activities, a facial rejuvenation seminar, a kinesiology class, and a meditation workshop. Read more.
PIHMA’s Center for Professional Education and Development introduces its Holistic Nurse Certification Preparation seminar scheduled to be held over two weekends in November, we spotlight the herbal formula Gui Pi Tang, ideal for overworked students with anxiety, insomnia, or memory loss, and share images of PIHMA’s expanded clinic in our September 2013 newsletter. We also invite the public to attend on campus events such as the Herb-Drug Interactions seminar and Dr. Peng Sun’s Community Acupuncture Day. Read more.
Resident Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor Peng Sun hosts a Community Acupuncture Day, PIHMA receives a philanthropic award, we show the movie BARAKA for free, and PIHMA’s Clinic offers discounted acupuncture packages in celebration of the start of fall semester in our August 2013 newsletter. PIHMA also announces two seminars open to the public, Achieving Wellness Using Mind-Body Modalities and Herb-Drug Interactions and invites female readers to participate in a PMS Research Survey. Read more.
In our July 2013 newsletter we invite the community to a free showing of the inspirational documentary 9000 Needles, we bring back community QiGong taught by PIHMA student Kat Myers, and spotlight Xi Gua, or watermelon, as our herb of the month. The expansion of PIHMA’s full service Herbal Dispensary creates a better experience for our patients and a new website is set to be launched in the coming weeks. Be sure to show your support by purchasing a PIHMA t-shirt, available at our Front Desk. Read more.
We announce that PIHMA Founder and President, Catherine Niemiec, JD, L.Ac., is appointed Chair of the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) in our June 2013 newsletter. We offer complimentary auricular acupuncture treatments in our Acu-Detox during the month of June in observance of PTSD Awareness Month. PIHMA welcomes the newest members of our Professional Clinic, spotlight Ju Hua, or Chrysanthemum Flower, as our herb of the month, and introduce the Achieving Wellness seminar. Read more.
PIHMA hosts an Open House for prospective students at its campus offering complimentary auricular acupuncture treatments, herbal decoctions, and campus tours. We spotlight X-Jow Pain Gel which offers relief from aches and pains related to soft tissue injuries and muscle, back, shoulder and neck strains. Dr. Peng Sun teaches a Gua Sha seminar used to relieve pain, stiffness, fever, chill, cough, and nausea. A CPR course, Acu-Detox course, Herb-Drug Interactions seminar, and more announced in our May 2013 newsletter. Read more.
In PIHMA’s April 2013 newsletter we promote many exciting on-site events. A meditation workshop promises to bring clarity and simplicity into daily lifestyles, a pain management seminar explores benefits of mind-body therapies, a reflexology seminar promotes healing and wellness, a distractive driving course covers the risk and consequences of distracted driving, a feng shui seminar organizes our environment in order to be happy, healthy, prosperous and free, and an herb-drug seminar explores the interactions between herbal substances and pharmaceutical drugs, all offered at PIHMA. Read more.
PIHMA hosts another Open House for prospective students at its campus, a Chinese Culture Hour with the Techniques of Chinese Knotting, and a Meditation Workshop with Bhante Sujatha, all announced in our March 2013 newsletter. We introduce another Pain Management seminar and attend the 2013 AZ Holistic Living Conference. A recap of the National Library of Traditional Medicine’s first annual Fundraising Conference is provided. The NLTM raised over $2000 to increase its journal collections and build a larger library. Read more.
It’s the Year of the Snake! The National Library of Traditional Medicine hosts its first annual fundraising conference, Kat Myers teaches community Acu-Yoga classes every Monday, and we continue our Acu-Detox Clinic on Thursdays in our February 2013 newsletter. The herbal formula Jade Screen, or Yu Ping Feng San Wan, is spotlighted because it defends against illnesses by building the body’s overall defense system. PIHMA representatives attend the Phoenix Chinese Week Festival Culture and Cuisine Festival. Read more.
Happy New Year! In PIHMA’s January 2013 newsletter we spotlight an herbal formula that helps those who resolve to quit smoking. West Lake Tea helps fade one’s desire to smoke by replacing that desire with a feeling of equilibrium. We also promote upcoming seminars Integrative Approach to Cardiovascular Health with Michael Gaeta, Assessment and Treatment Upper and Lower Crossed Syndromes with Matt Callison, Welcome to the World of Feng Shui, and Feng Shui and Fashion. New clinic specials are offered and our Acu-Detox Clinic continues into the new year. Read more.