This page, ‘Jonathan Talks’, tells you when, where and about what Jonathan is giving talks.
However, not all these talks are open to the public, but the description will tell you.
The speaker, Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott, trained in acupuncture and Chinese medicine in the 1970s and has run a busy clinic in Edinburgh ever since. He is now seeing, in some families, the grandchildren of patients he first saw 40 years ago!
He has written 5 books on how Chinese medicine works in different situations, the most recent being on the nature of ‘phlegm’ and what to do about it.
Jonathan has given talks or lectures on acupuncture, Chinese medicine, nutrition, immunisation, stress, qi stagnation, yin deficiency, yang deficiency, how to clear phlegm and much else since 1986.
He lectured at various colleges of homoeopathy in Scotland for nearly 30 years, lecturing on homoeopathy, its philosophy, materia medica, nutrition, case-taking and for some time running a student clinic.
This includes talks at the Science Festival and all over Southern Scotland.
He has also taught astrology and even book-keeping in another lifetime! And he was one of the first yoga teachers in Edinburgh.
He maintains a website explaining Chinese medicine in English, visited daily by many thousands of people worldwide: www.acupuncture-points.org.
People worldwide request online consultations from round the world (click here for details) and site visitors regularly write to him.
Fortunately they don’t all complain about the humour concealed within the folds of the pages.
Until Covid restrictions lift, we cannot plan more talks.
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