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Mini Masterclasses

Karen wearing a scarf and protecting wind gates

Protect Your Wind Gates

Sometimes the best thing you can do to stay well is to listen to the advice you’ve heard from elders your entire life. 

There are acupuncture points on your upper back called “Feng Men,” which means wind gate. This entire area is considered to be vulnerable to pathogens that can ride in on the wind. It’s simple to protect yourself from the elements, especially when it’s cold and damp. 

Karen created a mini masterclass to give you a quick two-minute view into how we understand catching colds and flu in Chinese medicine and why this wisdom matters.

Protect Your Wind Gates

Thank you so much for watching. Please send this along to anyone you know who leaves their wind gates hanging out in the rain and snow!

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