Leaving cancer gene research behind, Holly brings her scientific mind to the field of Acupuncture with a passion. Trained in a variety of styles of Acupuncture from TCM to Five Element her focus is on treating the whole person: mind, body and spirit. With clinical specialties from women’s health to acute and chronic pain, she also brings her own style of zen from years of martial arts training.
Speciality: Women's Health, Acute Pain, Stress, Anxiety
Education: MA Won Institute of Graduate Studies, BA University of Pennsylvania
Availability: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Former full-time freelance musician and teacher, Dawn left Philadelphia to study Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in Los Angeles and Beijing. Growing up in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey, she spent her time in nature, identifying plants and what she could use them for. She was initially drawn to herbal medicine, which continues to be an essential part of her Chinese medical practice.
Speciality: Pain, Mental Health, Women’s Health, Cancer Care, Digestive Health
Education: MATCM Yo San University, MM Temple University, BA, BS Rutgers University
Availability: Thursday, Saturday
Teacher, Martial Artist, and Chinese Herbalist, Mariko left the field of education to become an Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist. Mariko specializes in the treatment of both chronic and acute pain utilizing a blend of Chinese Sports Medicine and TCM style acupuncture. He is primarily interested in empowering patients to understand and manage their conditions in order to guide them towards better health. Mariko has practiced Hapkido, Qigong, and meditation for over 14 years and has studied Macrobiotic nutrition for over 7 years. He offers an educational approach to the medicine, providing patients with nutritional information and resources as well as breathing techniques and exercises.
Speciality: Acute & Chronic Pain, Sports Medicine, Stress, Anxiety
Education: MA Won Institute of Graduate Studies, MA Hunter College, BA Oberlin College
Availability: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
Joseph believes acupuncture is a means to empower patients in their healing; body mind and spirit. His initial trajectory through the fine arts world enhanced his understanding how the science of acupuncture blends both art and medicine. Utilizing his creativity he combines many philosophies from Acu styles like Master Tung, Dr. Richard Tan, Kiiko Matsumuto, Abdominal Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Tui-Na Massage modalities. He has been practicing for thirteen years.
Speciality: Acute & Chronic Pain, Mental Health, Acute Anxiety, Digestive Health
Education: MAOM Southwest Acupuncture College, MFA Virginia Commonwealth University, BFA University of the Arts