Phytocorsa is a French school accredited at the European level for its teachings in alternative health approaches.
Originally from the university, our teachings were transmitted at the Faculty of Medicine of Paris 13, before being taught in our school today.
Largely inspired by Tibetan medicine, the main objective of our training is to transmit the paradigms of tomorrow in terms of health, well-being and spirituality.
Today, we are beginning to translate our teachings into English to share our knowledge with the world.
Founder of the Phytocorsa association, Christophe Girardin Andreani has been teaching natural health approaches for over 20 years. A dental surgeon by training, it was at the beginning of his medical studies that Christophe understood the need for a more holistic approach to therapy. After decades of research and several theses, he became a teacher in phytotherapy at the University of Paris 13, before founding his own school, Phytocorsa.
It is since his appointment as Lama Chime Rigzin Rinpoche in 2012 by the venerable Khamdu Rinpoche that Christophe has made Tibetan medicine a central element of his teachings.
Created in 1998, Phytocorsa's objectives are to promote research in natural medicine, phytotherapy and ethnomedicine. The association also aims to teach natural health practices and to increase the number of charitable actions. In 2001, we were able to provide hospitals in the Central African Republic with 300 complete rooms (with the participation of the Valence University Hospital).
In addition, funds are regularly allocated to help the Tibetan people in exile in India.
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