Presenter: Kimberly Ashton

Date: Tuesday  25 June 2024    7pm AEST/5pm AWST

Investment: $25.00 – AIK Ltd members – 2 CPE awarded

Join us for an online webinar exploring the 5 Elements Nutrition and Nourishing the Blood – The importance of good blood for movement, consciousness and Qi flow.

Blood is one of the five vital substances and carries vital nutrients to the body, including nutrition we need to nourish every part of our physical, emotional and mental bodies.

In this webinar we discover:

  • The importance of Blood and Yin according to Chinese Medicine
  • The importance of Spleen Qi, the Liver and Heart health
  • Blood deficiency and stagnation
  • The impact on organ consciousness and emotional health
  • Introduction to 5 Element Nutrition
  • Food Therapy and lifestyle factors

YOUR INVESTMENT: $25.00

DURATION: 60 minutes including Q and A.

AIK LTD members: 2 CPE points awarded.

Note: If you are unable to attend the live event, you are still able to register for the event and receive the private recording link plus supporting documentation.

ABOUT:  Kimberly Ashton

PRESENTER: Kimberly Ashton

Kimberly is a 5 Elements Wellness coach, TCM food therapist, teacher and author with a focus on balancing life energies. Through the lens of the 5 elements, nutrition, emotional and metaphysical anatomy, her e-books, classes, workshops and courses support people through the layers of discovering their own connection of FOOD – EMOTIONS – ENERGY. Kimberly has been sharing her passions, coaching and teaching since 2011, using Food Therapy and Food Energetics to improve health from the inside out. Kimberly is also the author of two books; “Everyday Chinese Superfoods” and “TCM Inspired Smoothies.”

Website: www.qifoodtherapy.com

FB: qifoodtherapy

IG: @qifoodtherapy

Attendees’ investment:  60 minutes $25 and 2 CPE points for AIK Ltd Members.  

(All registered attendees will receive a PDF copy of the Presentation).  

 

For further information about AIK Ltd Events and Online Presentations, please email events@aik.org.au.