Self-Care Series (TCM Talk): What is my body constitution?
(Pay-As-You-Wish, please ignore the $0 above)
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is more than just taking herbal tea! Want to find out more? Come and meet our Kampung Physician, Teo Chun Huat!
Topic: What is my body constitution and how to improve my health?
TCM classification of body constitution categorizes individuals into nine different types and based on this, every constitution will have its own uniqueness in regarding to structural, physiological and psychological aspects. Body constitution can vary from person to person, some are strong, some are weak, some tend to be heaty, and some tend to be cold. We can take active measures, such as lifestyle modifications, nutrition or exercise, to achieve a neutral and healthy state. Come learn about your own constitution and take control of your health!
Do come earlier to fill up a questionnaire!
Date: 18 Apr 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 1.30pm – 2.30pm
Gathering point: GUI Kitchen
All proceeds goes to GUI and help #KeepKampungAlive – cash collection on the spot!
We love what we do and will like to share them with you. All contributions will go towards supporting Ground-Up Initiative and the building up of Kampung Kampus as a nature-inspired space for connection, growth, and community.
Any questions prior to the talk? 在讲座之前，您有没有什么问题想发表？Please indicate in comments!
About the Speaker
Teo Chun Huat graduated from NTU Biomedical Sciences and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) double degree programme, and is currently a full time physician at Singapore Thong Chai Medical Institution (新加坡同济医院). Physician Teo is passionate in helping more Singaporeans better understand TCM, believes that prevention is better than cure, and advocates a healthy lifestyle through simple adjustments to diet and daily activities. He also enjoys giving back to society though volunteering and nature conservation work.
Chun Huat is a GUI volunteer who is organising these talks to #KeepKampungAlive! 40-45 min talk, including Q&A. Pay-as-you-wish concept and ALL contributions go to GUI.
18 Apr 2020 (Sat, 1.30pm-3.30pm)