Professor Tom Shanahan and Registrar Mary Plunkett have each been invited to make a presentation at the Nei Dao Qigong Symposium being held in Rome in October 2017.
Each presentation will reflect our experience of practising Qigong as a Medical treatment option of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) within the wider and generally more well-known context of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.
Tom and Mary have been practising and subsequently teaching Qigong for Health and Well-being and Medical Qigong since 2000 and regularly visit China presenting papers at conferences and supporting the promotion of authentic, traditional Medical Qigong as taught to us by our Qigong masters in China.
We look forward to meeting fellow Qigong Masters and Presenters from around the world at the Symposium in Rome.
2017 ICTCM Graduates
A Graduation Ceremony has been held to present certificates to the 32nd group of graduates of the Lic.TCM Professional Acupuncture Training programme.
The First Secretary from the Chinese Embassy in Dublin presented the certificates.
College Staff, fellow students, family members and friends came to the graduation and joined together in wishing the new practitioners every success in their new careers.
The Irish College of TCM congratulates the graduates – who are setting up in practice as Chinese Medicine Practitioners in a number of parts of Ireland including Wicklow, Wexford, Cork, Meath, Kildare, County Dublin and various parts of Dublin City.