April 6-27, 2020
Extraordinary Community Lecture Series This April – Free and Open to the Public
Dr. Gastón will teach the community Meditation and Oriental Medicine at Miami Shores Brockway Library every Monday night this April at 6:15pm. These events are free and open to the public. He will discuss the Coronavirus and its treatment using OM. Download the announcement from the link below, copy it, and tell everyone to attend this important seminar.
Meditation and Oriental Medicine
A Lecture Series at Miami Shore’s Brockway Library
Robert Gastón, AP, DOM Doctor of Oriental Medicine
Quan Yin Medical Center 217 NE 97th Street Miami Shores, FL 33138
Cost: FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Dates: Mondays April 6, 13, 20, 27 / 2020.
Location: Brockway Library, 10021 NE 2nd Avenue Time: 6:15 PM – 7:30 PM
A lecture series on the theory and practice of Oriental Medicine and meditation will be offered at Miami Shores’ Brockway Library this April every Monday night at 6:15 pm. Oriental Medicine is an extraordinary natural healing system that works very effectively and quickly. Meditation is the safest way to relieve stress and anxiety.
Biographical: Dr. Gastón has a BS in Planetary Science from MIT and a Doctor of Oriental Medicine degree from the Community School of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is BoardCertified by the NCCAOM. He also worked as an OR nurse at the Massachusetts General Hospital and at the Emergency Room of Boston Children’s Hospital.
He received his clinical training in Oriental Medicine here in Miami and finished his last semester at the Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin, China; he also worked at South Shore Hospital’s Ryan White program supporting the treatment of HIV+ patients. He has taught OM at college and written major texts on Acupuncture and Herbology. Dr. Gastón is also an ordained Buddhist monk and facilitator of meditation at the Open Awareness Buddhist Center in El Portal, FL.
Lecture 1: Introduction to Meditation and Oriental Medicine
Lecture 2: Meditation / Acupuncture, Herbology
Lecture 3: Meditation / Pain Management
Lecture 4: Meditation / Relieving Stress
All lectures will begin with meditation instruction. Feel free to ask any questions throughout.
July 21, 2018
Oriental Medicine Clinical Notes: Theory
Dr. Gaston’s fourth book of the Series of texts in Oriental Medicine has just been published. Come see it. It covers all aspects of OM – a perfect addition to a medical student wanting a concise format to learn from and reference in clinical practice. It’s a beautiful book that may interest everyone. It’s available only at the clinic. Call Shelly.
514 pages. Quan Yin Medical Center Press. $140. Call (305) 758-7011 to purchase one.