Workshop on Traditional Chinese Medicine in Daily Life

Enrollment is until September 1, 2017

Class Schedule

9:00 AM - 12:00 NN
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Room 206, Leong Hall, Ateneo de Manila Univerity


The fast-paced lives we live takes a toll on our well-being. As our work and responsibilities pule up, it is inevitable to experience stress—but we can't let stress take our health. Learn to care for your health by incorporating the principles of Traditional Chiense Medicine in your daily routine and begin the path to happier and healthier lives.

This workshop will take the different ways Traditional Chinese Medicine can be applied to change your lifestyle, particularly, in managing stress, handling emotions, and proper diet and nutrition.

The workshop will be one session of three hours, didactic and interactive. The intended students of this wrkshop are adult learners, with or without background in Chinese Studies, Chinese language, or Chinese Medicine, with or without a medical background. The language of of instruction will be in English and Filipino, although Chinese terminology will be introduced.

This workshop may be taken individually or as a full 2-day educational package with the Workshop on Beauty and Wellness in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Course fee is Php2,500 for the full two days.

About the instructor

Francisco V. Navarro V, M.D.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Project Director
Chinese Studies Program, Ateneo de Manila University

Francisco V. Navarro V, M.D. graduated from the University of the Philippines College of Medicine in 1998, under the Integrated Arts and Medicine (INTARMED) Program, and had his medical internship at the Philippine General Hospital. He trained in medical acupuncture at the Academy of Pain Research, at the St. Lukeʼs Hospital in San Francisco, under the Stanford Medical School; and at the Xiamen University Hospital, Fujian, China. Dr. Navarro is a faculty member at Ateneo de Manila University, under the Chinese Studies Program; and a consultant at St. Lukeʼs Medical Center Quezon City, and the founder of the Complementary Medicine Service at St. Lukeʼs Medical Center, Bonifacio Global City. He is also a Yin Yoga teacher, trained under Yin Yoga in Asia.

Registration and payment

  • Course fee is Php1,500 per student, inclusive of handouts, snacks, course materials, and certificates.
  • Payment may be through the following methods

    Over the counter at any Metrobank branch

    • MBTC Payment slip
    • Subscriber's Name: (student's name)
    • Reference Number: Chinese
    • Subscriber Number: 181
    • Mode of payment: Cash/check/debit account
    • Amount of payment: P1,500.00

    Ateneo de Manila University Cashier's Office

    • Payee: (student's name)
    • Description of payment: Chinese Registration Fee
    • Account to be credited: 181-078-001

  • Send a copy of your payment receipt and registration form (if applicable) via email with the receipt attached to, or by fax at 926-5118 or 929-5397. You may also opt to submit directly to the Chinese Studies Program at Room 200, 2/F Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City.
  • Refunds for withrawal before classes start will be 50% of the fee paid. Class dissolution will merit a 100% refund. Refunds will no longer be honored once classes start.


For questions, please send us an email at, call us at (632)426-6001 loc. 5208, 5280 or 5209, tweet us @AteneoChnS, or send us a message at our Facebook page.