Optimize Seasonal Health using Traditional Chinese Medicine
January 19 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Discover the Do’s & Don’ts for the Seasons to optimize your Body-Energy-Spirit Wellness
Did you know Winter is the best time to enhance kidney energy? Cedric will explain to us why and how to support our kidneys during the cold and dormant winter months. Discover what other organs and body systems need support in our climate at this time of the year. We won’t only focus on Winter. Cedric will provide insights for all the seasons and explain from the Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective how to remain health & vibrant all year long.
Human beings, like everything else on earth are part of the mother nature. The frequently changes and movement of nature’s energy can and do affect us significantly. We will be discussing how to understand the true meaning of seasonal energy and what to do and what not to do holistically in each of the seasons in order to preserve and improve our body-energy-spirit wellness. Be empowered to take full advantage of the energy of the season and the wisdom of mother nature to assist our body to ward-off and heal certain acute and chronic ailments.
One on one consultations at Be Healthy Institute are available on Wednesday, January 26, 2022.
Call Be Healthy Institute to schedule. 716-648-3400
Cedric Qianyi Sun (孫 乾焱)
Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner
Born and raised in Beijing, China, Cedric has been influenced by Qi Gong （氣功）practice and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) since his childhood from his grandfather Hai Yan and his mother Angel Yan.
Besides the teaching and training from his mother and grandfather, Cedric also earned his bachelor’s degrees in psychology, Linguistic and master’s degree in Humanity from the State University of New York in Buffalo. He also completed the intensive training program of Acupuncture and Medical Chinese Massage in Beijing Traditional Chinese University (北京中醫藥大學). In recent years he has also been training with several Eastern Medicine healers and doctors of modern medicine as well, include western medicine, chiropractic, and kinesiology.
Cedric has been practicing fulltime in Buffalo area for over 10 years, and he is specializing in holistic healing method, a comprehensive body-energy-spirit combination that based on Qi Gong (energy healing) and TCM practice, and involves both Eastern and Western, traditional, and modern healing techniques. He has been successfully helping people with various degrees of chronic diseases.
Cedric’s office is located on Sheridan Drive in Tonawanda. Contact Cedric at 415-810-0179 or firstname.lastname@example.org