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Jeffrey Yuen

Jeffrey Yuen is an internationally recognized master in the fields of Classical Chinese Medicine, Daoism, Acupuncture, Chinese herbology, Tai Chi, Essential Oils, and Qi Gong. As the 88th generation Daoist Master of the Jade Purity Tradition, his lineage is deeply rooted in the ancient practices of Daoism, specifically the Yu Qing Huang Lao Pai, a sect from the Shang Qing tradition that developed during the later Han Dynasty (3rd Century CE).

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Jeffrey Yuen trained under his adopted grandfather, the late Daoist Master Yu Wen (1872-1981), who was a lineage holder of the Daoist martial arts system known as Wu Xing Quan (Five Element Fist), an internal and monastic style from Mt. Hua. Master Yu Wen's extensive knowledge encompassed the classics, rites and liturgies, healing arts, and divination, which he imparted to Jeffrey. By the age of 16, Jeffrey was allowed to openly practice and serve the community, marking the beginning of his professional journey.

In addition to his training in Daoism, Jeffrey studied Chinese herbal medicine under Master Gong Song-Liu, a eunuch for the last two emperors of the Qing Dynasty and an apprentice to the imperial medical physicians. Master Gong's profound knowledge of Chinese medicine was transmitted to Jeffrey over eight years. At the age of 100, Master Gong returned to China, feeling deeply satisfied with his teachings to Jeffrey.

Jeffrey Yuen's contributions to Classical Chinese Medicine have earned him numerous accolades.

 

In 1991, he received the Award of Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Oriental Medicine from the New Jersey Acupuncture Association. He was honored with the Clinician Award in Physical Education by the American Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD) in 1994 for his work with children and the elderly. In 1995, he received the first Oriental Medicine Educator of the Year award from the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM). In 2010, he was voted the “Best Master/Teacher” in an extensive internet survey of practitioners of Chinese Medicine entitled “Best of TCM 2010.”

Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts was founded in order to convey the Chinese Medicine teachings that were imparted to Jeffrey Yuen by many elders in the field of Chinese Medicine. Jeffrey serves as a visiting faculty at the Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts, where he integrates the classics and perspectives of Daoism into modern medical practice. The college's curriculum is based on his teachings, emphasizing the integration of the physical, psychological, and spiritual facets of medicine.

Jeffrey Yuen's unparalleled knowledge and innovative approach to Classical Chinese Medicine have made him a highly regarded practitioner, teacher, and scholar. His dedication to preserving and advancing this ancient healing tradition continues to influence and inspire practitioners worldwide.

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