TCM Continuing Education

Our commitment to our alumni and community extends well past traditional forms of education. YSU is your source for premier CAB and NCAAOM continuing education opportunities.  Check back often for the most up to date offerings, and let us know what events you value.

Integrative Reproductive Medicine Symposium 2024

The Integrative Reproductive Medicine Symposium hosted by Yo San University of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine is a unique and comprehensive event at the intersection of traditional healing practices and modern reproductive medicine. This symposium serves as a dynamic platform for experts, practitioners, and researchers to delve into the synergies between ancient Chinese medicine and contemporary reproductive healthcare.

Key highlights of this symposium include in-depth discussions on the integration of acupuncture, herbal medicine, and other traditional Chinese modalities with Western reproductive technologies.

Participants gain valuable insights into optimizing fertility, supporting reproductive health, and enhancing the outcomes of assisted reproductive treatments.

Yo San University 13315 Washington Blvd Los Angeles

March 2 - 3, 2023

Saturday 8 am-5 pm, Sunday 8 am-5 pm

Register Here


 

Upcoming Programs, Events and CE Courses on Campus

QI Studio

QI Studio

May 6, 2024, 8:00 am
Morning Qi Cultivation Classes at Yo San UniversityRead More »
Fascia Cosmetic Acupuncture – Body Sculpture

Fascia Cosmetic Acupuncture – Body Sculpture

June 23, 2024, 10:00 am
Discover the innovative blend of ancient acupuncture techniques and modern understanding of fascia to achieve rejuvenating resultsRead More »

COMING 2024

YSU Subscription CEU Series

The Way of Herbs next to a mortar and pestle drawing

Yo San University is initiating The Way of Herbs, a subscription-based CEU series with a special focus on--that's right, you guessed it--herbalism. This 'herbal talk series' will provide a regular, recurring opportunity to share herbal expertise with the benefit of attendees earning their annually required CEUs. 

Each distinguished speaker will share a favorite herb or formula, or anything related to herbalism on the first Friday of each month. To our knowledge, no other university offers such an enriching resource in this way to both current students and practicing alumni or peers. The class will be close to 90 minutes, with around 30 minutes for Q&A afterward.

Esteemed speakers include: Daoshing Ni, Mao Shing Ni, Tim Ross, Brandt Stickley, Julie Chambers, Hua-Bing Wen, Yueying Li, Sabine Wilms, Josh Paynter, and Ron Teeguarden