Yuan Tze comes to the Valley

World-renowned master healer, teacher and author, discusses Ren Xue

The Comox Valley will host world-renowned master healer, teacher and author, Yuan Tze. In his characteristic style of gentle love and humour, he will share his wisdom-guided approach to life on April 24 from 7-9 p.m. at Creekside Commons Cohousing Community.

Yuan Tze began studying ancient Chinese wisdom traditions from an early age and became director of the cancer unit at a medicine-less hospital in China.

Combining four decades of experience in these ancient traditions with modern science and psychology, he developed a system that empowers people with knowledge and practices, to heal and uplift their lives on every level.

This approach is called Ren Xue.

Ren Xue is a comprehensive system that can affect all aspects of life: improving energy and fostering better physical health, clarifying and focusing our thought processes, and opening up our hearts and consciousness.

During this talk, Yuan Tze will discuss ways we can improve physical and emotional wellbeing, and also how we can deepen our understanding of life.

His teachings provide a foundation for calmly managing our lives while positively affecting the lives of others.

During these tumultuous times, he encourages us to nurture the understanding that we are all in this together.

Event sponsor, Ren Xue of the Americas (Canada Section), invites you to join Yuan Tze for this very illuminating evening in Courtenay.

Register online ($10) to reserve your spot at renxueamericas.org/news

Contact local Ren Xue teacher, Stephanie Ross, for additional information at stephanie@renxueamericas.org

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