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The Congress will consist of opening Plenary Session (Friday 9:30-12:30),  three parallel symposia (Friday afternoon till Sunday afternoon) and the scientific symposium “TMC and evidence based medicine” (on Saturday, only in English) – to see the programme of all four symposia, use four separate tabs below.

Every morning we invite all the guests of the Congress to participate in medical Qi Gong workshops in Europejski Hotel.

On Saturday evening we invite you to take part in a banquet and dances.

Before the Congress opening there will be pre-congress lecture on Thursday 11th of October (3:30 – 7:00 pm). It is separate lecture and all those who have purchased tickets for the Congress can receive a 50% discount.

All lectures will take place parallelly in three conference rooms in Hotel Europejski. Lectures will be given in English and translated into Polish, they will last for 3,5 hours with a 30 min. or 20 min. break.

Friday afternoon: 3:00-6.30 pm
Shulan Tang (CN, UK): The role of TCM in natural beauty

Saturday morning: 9:00-12:30
Ina Diolosa (AU): Libido and aphrodisiacs

Saturday afternoon: 3:00-6:20 pm
Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee (FR): The importance of the emotions in women’s physiology, focusing on fertility

Sunday morning: 9:00-12:30
Jiri Bilek (CZ): Needle more powerful than hormones? Acupuncture treatment of menstrual diseases.

Sunday afternoon: 2:30-5:50 pm
Izabela Miętka (PL): Understanding Bao Gong and supporting the conception – acupucture supporting fertility

All lectures will take place parallelly in three conference rooms in Hotel Europejski. Lectures  will be given in English and translated into Polish, they  will last for 3,5 h with a 30 min. or 20 min.  break.

Friday afternoon: 3:00-6.30 pm
Julian Scott (UK): Insomnia and night terrors in children

Saturday afternoon: 3:00-6:20 pm
Joan Duveen (NL): Childhood development and related pathologies
Julian Scott (UK): Stages of life – the gates of life, and how early problems appear much later in life, possibly in menopause or even in old age

Sunday morning: 9:00-12:30
Yifan Yang (CN, NL): Food allergy and intolerance in children-the understanding and treatment possibilities in TCM

All lectures will take place parallelly in three conference rooms in Hotel Europejski. Lectures  will be given in English and translated into Polish, they  will last for 3,5h with a 30 min. or 20 min.  break.

Friday afternoon: 3:00-6.30 pm
Yuan Heping (CN, D): Presentation of effective recipes and therapeutic plans for various mental illnesses
Tzafrir Nachmani (IL): The troubled Shen – treating trauma. Understanding the PTSD healing process.

Saturday morning: 9:00-12:30
Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee (FR):  Madness (dian kuang)
Joan Duveen (NL): Shen-Yi-Zhi

Saturday afternoon: 3:00-6:20 pm
Sun Peilin (CN, BL): Application of 13 ghost points in the practice for Shen disorders

Sunday morning: 9:00-12:30
Tzafrir Nachmani (IL): Addiction- the epidemic of our time

Sunday afternoon: 2:30-5:50 pm
Bartosz Chmielnicki (PL): Luo channels and points in treatment of body diseases and emotional disorders
Yair Maimon (IL): The spirit of the acupuncture points

The main issue of the symposium will concern efficiency of Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment supported by the results from specific cases and scientific randomized trials. Particular attention will be also paid to the economic and scientific data from application of TCM treatment in conventional medicine.

Lectures  will be given only in English. They will last for 20 min. plus 10 min. for discussion.

Shulan Tang (CN, UK): Importance of regulating the menstrual cycle

Bartosz Chmielnicki (PL): The effectiveness of acupuncture in cardiology

Yair Maimon (IL): Best research on acupuncture and oncology

Yifan Yang (CN, NL): East meet west – TCM therapies enhance the result of western medical treatment

Sun Peilin (CN, BL): Evidence-based medical research on acupuncture and moxibustion for treatment of primary depression

Marek Kalmus (PL): EBM research on TCM – traps and propositions for changes


An extra pre-congress lecture “DIABETES – DIET AND CHINESE HERBS TREATMENT” hold by Agnieszka Krzemińska,  on Thursday afternoon at 3:30 – 7:00 pm in Hotel Europejski, Green Room.
– 60 PLN (or 15 EURO) for Congress participants who purchased their congress ticket before
– 120 PLN (or 29 EURO) for others
Tickets can be purchased before the lecture in the congress reception in Hotel Europejski or can be paid in the advance by bank transfer on PTTMC account no later than up to October 9th:

Bank Account No:
Polskie Towarzystwo Tradycyjnej Medycyny Chinskiej
Reiffeisen – Polbank S.A.
PL 42 1750 0012 0000 0000 3009 2724
The title of payment: PRE-CONGRESS LECTURE


During lunch breaks and in the evenings will take place meetings with speakers:

1. On Friday evening, 6:45-7:30 pm, in Column Room, there will be meeting with Prof. Shulan Tang (United Kingdom, China), just after her lecture. Topic of the meeting is the undergraduate, master and doctoral extramural studies (in English, mainly in the form of e-learning) on Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. These studies, conducted by Shulan College of Chinese Medicine in Manchester, end by defense of Master Thesis in China and by the completion of the official state diploma of completion of Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. 

2. On Saturday afternoon, 12:50-1:35 pm, in Green Room there will be meeting with Dr. Yair Maimon (Israel), specializing in cancer treatment with TCM. For many years he have conducted a research on anticancer herbal formulas, strengthen the immune system and neutralize the negative side effects of chemotherapy.


During the Congress there will be the opportunity to participate in practical workshop of Medical Qi Gong, holding by Barbarę Czarnecką.

Medical Qi Gong will be organized every day morning (7:30-8:15 AM) in Hotel Europejski (in Ball Room).

Qì Gōng 气功, literally “life energy cultivation”, is a series of energizing exercises, which are part of the treatment methods used in Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Qì Gōng has been around in China for about 3,000 years. It has been documented that in ancient times, during the cold and rainy seasons, people who suffered from what we now call rheumatoid arthritis were able to fight off joint pain caused by this condition with special dance-like movements or routines. They warmed up the tendons and muscles thus promoting the flow of Qì and blood. Traditional Doctors commenced to observe and refine these movements, and due to their great efficiency they grew very popular among the people.

Many types of Qì Gōng emerged, among them this medical form, which moves the 12 channels of acupuncture in our body. However, all forms of Qì Gōng share the same philosophy, the same 3 key principles we should bare in mind when exercising:
1. consciousness
2. breath
3. accurate movement

Qì Gōng is now very popular worldwide, and thousands of people enjoy these exercises as a way of preventing disease, ensuring longevity and calming the mind.

During classes we will practice:

  • 8 Brocades Qi Gong
  • Classical Tai Chi Qi Gong


In the congess break-time it will be possible to purchase acupuncture accessories and massage equipment, buy TCM books etc.