Physiognomy: The Art of Chinese Facial Diagnosis
Discover the Secrets Your Face Holds
& Learn to “Read” Others!
Saturday, Nov. 5 @ 10:30 AM
The ancient art of Chinese Face Diagnosis has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for 4,000 years and can predict or read one’s:
Fate & Fortune
Character & Personality
The concept of Chinese Face Diagnosis / Reading is applicable to many occasions such as:
Savvy Business Negotiations
By learning the basics, you may be able to make wiser decisions about those around you!
Chinese Facial Diagnosis (Physiognomy) is an art that has its roots steeped in Chinese culture from 4,000+ years ago. This ancient technique of “face reading” is an important and very intuitive diagnostic method in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM.) Though many interdisciplinary practitioners, like Dr. Stacy, use this method to gain valuable insight into their client’s health, the practice can help understanding and communication in everyday life. If you are a person who interacts with others, this technique holds promise for you in building stronger connections with coworkers, friends, family members, customers, students, and others with whom you interact daily. You might even learn a few things about yourself.
Presented by Dr. Stacy Kimmel
Dr. Stacy Kimmel is the President of AANWP/ANWPB and the Vice President of AANWC/ANWCB. He holds a Ph.D. in Natural Medicine, is licensed as a GEHA Ecclesiastical Holistic Practitioner (LEHP) and is board certified as a Natural Medicine Practitioner by the Texas Chiropractic College (CNMP). He and his wife, Nicole, own and operate Thriveology, a Holistic Health Center in Sarasota, FL. He has extensive education and training in functional/sports nutrition, homeopathic and botanical remedies, kinesiology, exercise science, rehabilitative fitness, and holistic healing. Dr. Stacy has lectured for the Missouri State Chiropractic Association (MSCA) license renewal program, the NAVEL Expo in Long Island, NY, the SHAPE ReClaimed practitioners’ conference in St. Louis, MO., along with other health conferences. A lifelong learner, he is an avid student of evidence-based nutrition and Chinese Facial Diagnosis. When not teaching others how to remove obstacles to great health, Dr. Stacy enjoys going to the beach, exercising, cooking; all while sharing life with his wife, Nicole.