Classical Time of the Huangdi Neijing

This 1 hour Introduction to Neiijing Time sets the groundwork for your journey into the realm of classical Chrono-acupuncture. This is a basic course covering elements of how contemporary Traditional Chinese Medicine views time, the importance of correspondence, setting the scene for key and common cycles seen throughout the text and key principles that are required for all Neijing Time study. This seminar will also introduce the basics of the Classical Chinese Medical Clock of the Suwen and Lingshu Jing. Delivered by Dr. Rowe this seminar is a prerequisite for all forthcoming Neijing Time seminars within the INR. The core content of this seminar revolves around the astronomical indicators and chronological divisions of the key cycles of time found within the Huangdi Neijing.


Tyler Rowe

Guest Instructor

Dr Tyler Rowe is a classical Chinese Medicine practitioner from Melbourne, Australia. He studied Chinese martial arts since a young age which influenced him to later study Chinese Medicine and Feng Shui – Chinese Geomancy. He graduated with Bachelor Degrees in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine from Victoria University for more than 20 year ago where he also worked as a lecturer and clinical supervisor. Dr Rowe is a diplomate of Canonical Chinese Medicine and Instructor with ICEAM (Institute of Classics of East Asian Medicine) under Dr Arnaud Versluys, and has been studying with Dr David White and the Institute of Neijing Research since 2015. Dr Rowe’s specialty area of interest is Time in Chinese Classics.

Course curriculum

    1. Overview

    2. Neijing Time: An Introduction

    3. Neijing Time: An Introduction (NOTES)

About this course

  • Free
  • 3 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content