MONTCLAIR, NJ - The Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating the public and healthcare practitioners about Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and natural self-healing, will present a TCM Spring Cleanse program series on March 5, 12, and 19 at Union Congregational Church in Montclair. The goal of the three week program is to help nourish, restore, and balance the body through a gentle and non-invasive liver detox program that is based on TCM principles.
Benefits of the TCM Spring Cleanse program for those who participate will include: activation of their body’s natural ability to heal, improved energy, better sleep, mental clarity, reduced stress, anxiety relief, and weight loss.
The program components will include:
- Wu Ming Qigong practice – Ancient exercise movements which support the cleansing process to help free energy blockages in the body and activate its natural ability to heal.
- Food plan – Eating guidelines to support the cleansing process in a natural way, including foods that resonate with the liver’s energy.
- Herb option – High quality TCM herbal formulas which gently support the cleansing process and rejuvenation.
- Lifestyle tips – Daily techniques on how to live clean and maintain a balanced liver.
The TCM Spring Cleanse program will take place on March 5, 12, and 19 from 7:30 to 8:30pm at Union Congregational Church, 2nd floor Vincent Building, 176 Cooper Avenue in Montclair. The cost of the program will be $99 online and $109 at the door. Herbal supplements are extra. For more information, call the TCM World Foundation at 212-274-1079 or visit the TCM World website.
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