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Understanding Long Covid

April 11 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm PDT

with Duane Law, L.Ac.

FREE Class

Sun. Apr. 11th     11 am – 1 pm 

We’re now learning that COVID19 can do a lot more damage than just sending people to the ER and everything that can lead to.

Today we recognize that about a third of the folks who recover from COVID never really recover … and a good chunk of people who had mild or even no symptoms can find, months later, that they experience a slow, steady loss of physical, mental and emotional function.

Back in mid-December I could barely get out of bed.  I had absolutely no ability to focus on my job.

the slightest exertion left me breathless, I got dizzy whenever I got up, I was anxious as hell, nightmares every night, itchy, couldn’t poop, piss or sleep.

For nearly forty years my career’s involved finding solutions to medical issues conventional docs have missed. Once I got over my shock, I went to work.

By early March I was back to my work, back to hiking in the hills and back to my life.

Long COVID appears to be a function of different things in different people. What they all seem to have in common is most likely some mix of a chronic, low-grade continuing infection (like herpes) and/or an autoimmune reaction as the body’s immune system begins to confuse its own cellular microstructures with the ones its learned characterize the COVID virus.

But that’s not inevitable. There’s much we can do to calm our immune systems, repair the damage and bring Long COVID to heel.

In this two-hour workshop I share what I’ve learned, the research informing it, the tools I’ve used to claw my way back to health, and how you can put them to work for you and yours.

Questions?  [email protected]


Duane Law, L.Ac is among the earliest acupuncturists licensed in the US. For nearly forty years he’s specialized in helping clients heal medical issues where conventional medicine has fallen short. Today he relies on a functional medicine approach, working exclusively online with education as the intervention. Medicine requires compliance; healing involves growth and change.




April 11
11:00 am - 1:00 pm PDT