Category: Extension Calendar


Extension Calendar

Due to the coronavirus, FBU campus will be closed starting from 3/17/2020. Please email: daomassociate@fivebranches.edu if you wish to take this class or already registered.
This class will be taught in online format using google hangouts. Register needed.

For Online CEU courses click Here

(P) Pending Approval

Date Course Hours/CEUs Location
(p): Pending Approval
Jun 12, 2020
Friday
Spirit of the Points (Live Webinar) 32 Hrs / 32 CEUs San Jose

Spirit of the Points (Live Webinar)

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee
32 Hrs / 32 CEUs
  • Fri, Jun 12, 2020
  • San Jose

Course Description

This month’s DAOM module discusses the concepts of Aging and Longevity, emotions, Sanity and Insanity and Wei (limpness). Each day will cover one topic or concept in depth. Each day will be spent examining the context of the topic through the lens of the classical Chinese Texts. Learners will be invited on a journey of deep exploration on how the classics inform the notion of the topics in relation to today’s ever-changing world. Elisabeth will discuss why specific characters were used and what the translations mean based on cultural nuances.

Instructor Introduction

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée is an internationally respected scholar and translator of classical Chinese medical and philosophical texts. Born in Paris in 1949, Elisabeth studied literature, philosophy, and Chinese in Paris and Taiwan. In 1970 she began studying classical Chinese texts under Claude Larre at the Ricci Institute in Paris. Later she became Secretary General of the Institute, staying there until 2005. Elisabeth now teaches at the Jesuit University of Paris and also the European School of Acupuncture, where she is a Senior Lecturer. Elisabeth’s passion for classical Chinese Medicine and philosophy, along with her dedication to teaching, make her lectures an inspiration.

Prerequisite:
6/12-6/15, 9 am - 6 pm
Cost: $150/8CEUs


CEU Courses

(P) Pending Approval

Date Course Hours/CEUs Location
(p): Pending Approval
Jun 12, 2020
Friday
Spirit of the Points (Live Webinar) 32 Hrs / 32 CEUs San Jose

Spirit of the Points (Live Webinar)

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee
32 Hrs / 32 CEUs
  • Fri, Jun 12, 2020
  • San Jose

Course Description

This month’s DAOM module discusses the concepts of Aging and Longevity, emotions, Sanity and Insanity and Wei (limpness). Each day will cover one topic or concept in depth. Each day will be spent examining the context of the topic through the lens of the classical Chinese Texts. Learners will be invited on a journey of deep exploration on how the classics inform the notion of the topics in relation to today’s ever-changing world. Elisabeth will discuss why specific characters were used and what the translations mean based on cultural nuances.

Instructor Introduction

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée is an internationally respected scholar and translator of classical Chinese medical and philosophical texts. Born in Paris in 1949, Elisabeth studied literature, philosophy, and Chinese in Paris and Taiwan. In 1970 she began studying classical Chinese texts under Claude Larre at the Ricci Institute in Paris. Later she became Secretary General of the Institute, staying there until 2005. Elisabeth now teaches at the Jesuit University of Paris and also the European School of Acupuncture, where she is a Senior Lecturer. Elisabeth’s passion for classical Chinese Medicine and philosophy, along with her dedication to teaching, make her lectures an inspiration.

Prerequisite:
6/12-6/15, 9 am - 6 pm
Cost: $150/8CEUs


Doctoral CEUs

(P) Pending Approval

Date Course Hours/CEUs Location
(p): Pending Approval
Jun 12, 2020
Friday
Spirit of the Points (Live Webinar) 32 Hrs / 32 CEUs San Jose

Spirit of the Points (Live Webinar)

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee
32 Hrs / 32 CEUs
  • Fri, Jun 12, 2020
  • San Jose

Course Description

This month’s DAOM module discusses the concepts of Aging and Longevity, emotions, Sanity and Insanity and Wei (limpness). Each day will cover one topic or concept in depth. Each day will be spent examining the context of the topic through the lens of the classical Chinese Texts. Learners will be invited on a journey of deep exploration on how the classics inform the notion of the topics in relation to today’s ever-changing world. Elisabeth will discuss why specific characters were used and what the translations mean based on cultural nuances.

Instructor Introduction

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée is an internationally respected scholar and translator of classical Chinese medical and philosophical texts. Born in Paris in 1949, Elisabeth studied literature, philosophy, and Chinese in Paris and Taiwan. In 1970 she began studying classical Chinese texts under Claude Larre at the Ricci Institute in Paris. Later she became Secretary General of the Institute, staying there until 2005. Elisabeth now teaches at the Jesuit University of Paris and also the European School of Acupuncture, where she is a Senior Lecturer. Elisabeth’s passion for classical Chinese Medicine and philosophy, along with her dedication to teaching, make her lectures an inspiration.

Prerequisite:
6/12-6/15, 9 am - 6 pm
Cost: $150/8CEUs


Massage Schedule

Bilingual 500-Hour Asian Bodywork and Qigong Program Schedule

The Bilingual Asian Bodywork and Qigong Program, is taught in English by Chinese speaking faculty and is intended for non-native Chinese-speaking students.

San Jose

  • Fall 2018: September 2, 2018 to December 15, 2018
  • Spring 2019: January 7, 2019 to April 20, 2019

Santa Cruz

  • Spring 2019: January 7, 2019 to April 20, 2019

English 500-Hour Asian Bodywork and Qigong Program Schedule

The English Asian Bodywork and Qigong Program, is taught in English by English speaking faculty and is intended for students educated in the U.S.

San Jose

  • Not presently scheduled

Santa Cruz

  • Spring 2019: January 7, 2019 to April 20, 2019

Latest Schedule Information

Please contact San Jose or Santa Cruz Extension for the latest information on the schedule of the Bilingual and English 500-hour Asian Bodywork and Qigong Programs, and other massage and Asian bodywork courses.

Contact Us:

For admissions and course information, contact:

Five Branches University Extension

San Jose:

Gina Huang
(408) 260-0208 ext 233
sjextension@fivebranches.edu

 

Santa Cruz:

Fay Dennis
(831) 476-9424 ext 35
scextension@fivebanches.edu


Medical Qigong

Refund Policy:

You may drop a course by written request only (phone calls are not acceptable). Full refund will be granted to dropping the class 1 week prior to the course start date. Dropping the course after this date and up until the first instructional session will receive a 50% refund, with the exception of a 1-day course which is non-refundable. All courses dropped after the first instructional session are non-refundable.

(P) Pending Approval


Seminars

Refund Policy:
You may drop a course by written request only (phone calls are not acceptable). Full refund will be granted to dropping the class 1 week prior to the course start date. Dropping the course after this date and up until the first instructional session will receive a 50% refund, with the exception of a 1-day course which is non-refundable. All courses dropped after the first instructional session are non-refundable.

(P) Pending Approval


San Jose Campus

Refund Policy:
You may drop a course by written request only (phone calls are not acceptable). Full refund will be granted to dropping the class 1 week prior to the course start date. Dropping the course after this date and up until the first instructional session will receive a 50% refund, with the exception of a 1-day course which is non-refundable. All courses dropped after the first instructional session are non-refundable.

(P) Pending Approval

Date Course Hours/CEUs Location
(p): Pending Approval
Jun 12, 2020
Friday
Spirit of the Points (Live Webinar) 32 Hrs / 32 CEUs San Jose

Spirit of the Points (Live Webinar)

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee
32 Hrs / 32 CEUs
  • Fri, Jun 12, 2020
  • San Jose

Course Description

This month’s DAOM module discusses the concepts of Aging and Longevity, emotions, Sanity and Insanity and Wei (limpness). Each day will cover one topic or concept in depth. Each day will be spent examining the context of the topic through the lens of the classical Chinese Texts. Learners will be invited on a journey of deep exploration on how the classics inform the notion of the topics in relation to today’s ever-changing world. Elisabeth will discuss why specific characters were used and what the translations mean based on cultural nuances.

Instructor Introduction

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée is an internationally respected scholar and translator of classical Chinese medical and philosophical texts. Born in Paris in 1949, Elisabeth studied literature, philosophy, and Chinese in Paris and Taiwan. In 1970 she began studying classical Chinese texts under Claude Larre at the Ricci Institute in Paris. Later she became Secretary General of the Institute, staying there until 2005. Elisabeth now teaches at the Jesuit University of Paris and also the European School of Acupuncture, where she is a Senior Lecturer. Elisabeth’s passion for classical Chinese Medicine and philosophy, along with her dedication to teaching, make her lectures an inspiration.

Prerequisite:
6/12-6/15, 9 am - 6 pm
Cost: $150/8CEUs