About this course:
The Chinese pictogram for color involves a radical for the face, implying that color on the face is important. In classical Chinese medicine, facial color was used extensively as part of the “looking” aspect of diagnosis. In this session, you will learn more about the diagnostic meanings of facial colors, and how the manifestation of these colors on specific parts of the face corresponds to the functioning of the internal organs. Bridges will also offer some recommended treatments for immediate use in the clinic.