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Dr Helena Zhang

Dr. Helena Zhang, PhD, LAc, DIPL.O.M.(NCCAOM) Specializing in women’s health is a professor at Emperor’s College of Oriental Medicine in Santa Monica, California. As a California State Board and American National Board-Certified Chinese Medicine practitioner, she is rich in methods like Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture, woman qi gong and broad in clinical experience, Dr. Zhang is an expert in dealing with female disorders such as infertility, irregular menstruation, premenstrual syndrome, menopausal syndrome, depression, and insomnia. Her private practice is in Santa Monica. Dr. Zhang is also an internationally renowned woman medical qi gong professor with more than 25 years of teaching experience worldwide. She created 5 Seasons Jade Woman. Dr. Zhang is Council Member of the 2nd Board of Specialty Committee of Internal Medicine of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies.

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About this course

This online course contains 7 modules with a total of 49 days of learning. After registration, you'll receive one module per week, and you have the freedom to learn at your own pace. This course content - films, videos, lessons, prerecorded lectures, and tutorials. Once you enroll in the course, you'll have access for life. 

As a yang (subtle) approach of the Jade Goddess Method, this meditation focuses primarily on the emotional aspect of a person's body. Energetically, according to the alignment of Essence, Qi, and Spirit, it works directly on the Qi, vitality, which is continuously conditioned by emotions. Qi sits in the middle of a human's body and is critical to communicate the Essence (material base of life) with Spirit (the mental and spiritual core of being). According to Chinese Traditional Medicine, anger relates to the Liver system, the wood element, and spring. Due to the wind, the energetic motion of the Liver and the wood element, emotional disturbances caused by the anger usually are amplified. Spreading and expressing is the nature of the wood element and spring, so it is unhealthy for a person to hide or suppress the negative feelings that occasionally arise within her(him). That is why a person needs to come to terms with their emotional injuries and transform them routinely. It is part of the maturation process or dynamic of the wood element in spring. So, this sequence of meditation aims to offer a person an inmate moment to observe, fully express, then neutralize these inner turbulences.

Jade Goddess Meditation is especially useful in treating deep-rooted traumas and gynecological conditions from menstruation to fertility to menopause. Although designed for women, this practice can benefit anyone who suffers from emotional wounds and emotional disturbances like anxiety, depression, and anger.