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The Tao of Food, Herbs, and Sex


Join Professor Drew DiVittorio and 
Richard Anton Diaz, for this in-depth lecture on the healing properties of food, herbs, and sex from ancient Chinese tradition.

Tuesday, May 16th
7:30pm-9:30pm

Doors open at 7:00 pm.


The path to your friend's heart and love goes from your cooking.'
– Confucius (551-479 B.C.)




The art of healing with food and herbs has been practiced in Asian Medicine for 1000’s of years.

In 625AD, the first Chinese Diet Classic was published by
 Sun Shu Mao a Chinese Physician, his book is entitled 'One Thousand Ounces of Gold Classics’.  He created food cures for many conditions.


The Tao of Sexology also known as the ‘joining of energy’ (essence), tells us that the performance of these sexual arts, one can stay in good health and attain longevity. According to the classic Su Nu Ching, 
“Classical of the White Madam, ‘Sexology can help to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of the individual while promoting intelligence, beauty, wisdom, health, and mortality.

In this 2 hour lecture, we will
present the theory of Taoist Sexology and ways to heal the body using food, discussing:

- The Theory and history of sexology
- The five element theory as it related to sexology
- Practical exercises to enhance your sexual energy
-The 5 Element theory as it relates to food and herbs
- Foods that heal the 5 systems
- Recipes to enhance our health and increase energy
- Herbs that are used to foster good health and stamina

$20 in advance
$25 at the door


When 

May 16th
 at 
7:30pm 


Where

The Alchemist's Kitchen

21 East 1st Street New York, NY 10003




Drew DiVittorio
Drew DiVittorio is a Nutritional Consultant and maintains a private practice in Chinese Medicine in NYC and Westchester, NY. He is currently the Founder and Primary Instructor at the New York Institute of Herbal Medicine & Nutrition, a one-year professional training program in Classical Chinese Herbology. He was an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Bridgeport Acupuncture Institute for 10 years, and on the teaching staff at Norwalk Community College, and the Green Medicine Program at the New York Open Center. He is currently lecturing nationally on Nutrition, Chinese Medicine, and has been featured on Good Day New York, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, and Alive & Wellness with Carol Martin.


Richard Anton Diaz
Richard Anton Diaz, a former world champion ballroom dancer, also studied and became certified as a Taoist teacher and practitioner in the Universal Tao system created by Master Mantak Chia, author of Cultivating Sexual Energy for both men and women. In 1999, Anton founded Sexy Spirits in New York City as an educational platform for teachers, educators, and practitioners, to meet in the community to learn and practice conscious sexual energy cultivation. Following the Taoist’s strong values for health and longevity, Anton joined forces in 2013 with Chairman Hui Chen, a self-made billionaire and founder of 5 elements medicinal mushroom company based in Nantong, China, established as the world leaders in mycology,  and now launching in the United States and Canada. Free samples will be provided to all Alchemist Kitchen/Evolver attendees.

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