Healing arts at the Asian Art Museum, SF

Herbs

Healing Arts
Thursday, June 5
5 to 9 pm
FREE with Museum Admission ($5 after 5 pm)

The Asian Art Museum kicks off its third season with multi-sensorial offerings of healing
arts from all over Asia: acupuncture, cupping, Japanese shiatsu, Thai foot massage,
and more. Sample tea, check out medicinal herbs from China, Japan, India and Tibet,
have your pulse diagnosed, tour the galleries, or unwind with cocktails and live music.
Organized and presented in partnership with the Acupuncture and Integrative
Medicine College, Berkeley.

Event Schedule

5-9 pm: Herb display tables

5-9 pm: Chinese tea tasting

6-8:30 pm: Healing Arts Demonstrations

6-8:30 pm: Live music by Melody of China

6-8:30 pm: Tongue/pulse diagnosis drop-in tables

6:15-7:30 pm: Qigong class demo + drop-in participation

7:00 pm: Talk on Medicinal Properties of Green Tea (approx. 20 min)

Ongoing: Free raffle drawing

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One thought on “Healing arts at the Asian Art Museum, SF

  1. I highly recommend a new documentary, “Soul Masters,” about two great Chinese healers and spiritual masters. This heart-touching film gives you a window into the most amazing possibilities for healing and transformation. It is a preview of Heaven on Earth. As a student of Master Sha and Master Guo for more than eight years, I have been privileged to witness “miracles” almost every day. I am so happy that many more people can witness these miracles now. Even more, this film will tell many, many people that these experiences are available to each of them. As the police chief in the film who received a remarkable healing said, “This is real.” Heaven on Earth can be real. If we join hearts and souls together, Heaven on Earth will be real!

    With love and gratitude,

    Allan

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