Addie’s introduction to Chinese healing arts began in 1991 at a Qi Gong workshop with 88th generation Daoist priest Jeffrey C. Yuen from the Jade Purity School. Qi Gong sparked her interest in the Chinese philosophy of medicine as applied to modern life. In 2005, Addie started the Masters program in Acupuncture at the Swedish Institute in NYC, which was developed around the teachings of Jeffrey Yuen. She became a licensed acupuncturist in New York in 2008.
Addie's post-graduate studies include Chinese medicinal herbs, Healing with Crystals and Stones, Essential Oils, Pulse Diagnosis and Tui Na/Chinese massage. [See Studies with Jeffrey Yuen]
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