Malik Cotter – Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine

Qualifications School/Certificates • Amer-Asian University, coque iphone xr USA • Academy of Chinese Medicine-Beijing Medical School China • Chengdu Medical School, coque iphone pas cher China o Diplomat of Oriental Medicine o Doctor of Acupuncture o Honorary Professorship, coque iphone xs Chengdu Medical University o Certified Herbalist o Trained in all aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine License # ACU013 Years in Practice 29 years Payment methods Cash/Check/Insurance Insurance accepted UHA, coque iphone HMAA, coque iphone Summerlin, coque iphone pas cher private insurance, soldes coque iphone No Fault,

Jae Hoon Kim – Acupuncture

Jae Hoon Kim, LAc MTOM, Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine Jae Hoon Kim studied Korean-style hand acupuncture in Korea before completing his formal education in Chinese medicine at Emperor’s College in 1998. coque iphone x He is the founder of DASARI Hand Acupuncture System and has helped thousands of patients with his unique approach that incorporates traditional Chinese medicine and Korean-style acupuncture methods. coque iphone 7 His clinical practice specializes in the treatment of pain conditions, dermatology, allergies, diabetes, gallstones, migraines and women’s health. outlet coque iphone Department of Elective Courses; Korean Acupuncture Methods Emperor’s College is widely regarded as one of the elite colleges of acupuncture and Oriental medicine in the world and a key reason for that is that it has one of the most distinguished and professionally diverse faculties. soldes coque iphone Unlike most of the elite acupuncture schools around the world, our Master’s students take classes from and are supervised in the clinic by even the most eminent of our teachers. coque iphone pas cher You’ll be working hand-in-hand with leaders in the field of Oriental medicine, teachers collectively covering a vast array of specialties and disciplines.

Art of Wellness

Years ago, in the mountains of central China, a man carried his young son on his back to the hospital with him, teaching the boy everything he knew about healing. The boy watched his father with rapt attention, knowing that he, like seven generations of his family before him, would one day grow up to be a doctor. But the boy’s apprenticeship and training went far beyond the study of medicine. Every day, hours before sunrise, he rose to practice Qigong and martial arts. For in ancient Chinese philosophy it was held that “”Only one who is healthy and strong himself can heal. After years of training at his father’s side, the boy left his hometown for the city, where he attended a prestigious medical school and deepened his Qigong and Tai Chi practice with several masters of great renown. At the university, he met a girl who shared his passion for Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as Qigong and martial arts.

The girl’s father was a self-taught herbalist who doctored the family and the people of their town. When she was a child, he would take her with him into the forest or along the riverbank in search of the right plant, grass or root to cure a sick person’s ailment. This folk wisdom, spirit of service and concern for others inspired her to become a doctor and instilled in her a deep appreciation for the power of traditional medicine. The girl grew up during a time of political chaos in China, a turbulent period when the culture’s ancient wisdom and traditions were scorned. Despite this, her parents taught their daughter about traditional Chinese philosophy and culture and took her on secret pilgrimages to sacred Buddhist and Taoist temples and shrines. These ideas and values influenced her decision as an adult to study Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

Throughout their years of medical schooling, the pair found strength and calm in the midst of their rigorous studies by sparring and practicing martial arts together. Each won medals: he earned a gold medal, and she a silver in national martial arts competitions among students from Traditional Chinese Medical schools across China. When they completed their studies, both had obtained medical degrees not only in Traditional Chinese Medicine, but also received the same training that a Western doctor would obtain from an American medical school. After years of practicing medicine and teaching at prestigious university hospitals in China, the young man who had grown up watching his father heal patients moved to America with his wife and daughters, where for more than 10 years, they have shared their deep knowledge of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Dr. Qineng Tan – LAc. Ph.D. OMD (China)


Dr. Tan comes from a long line of doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine. An eighth-generation acupuncturist, Dr. Tan’s training started at age five, when he began studying martial arts and Qigong, practices that awaken one’s inner chi or subtle energy. Throughout the many thousand year history of Traditional Chinese Medicine, it has been believed that only a doctor with inner cultivation is truly able to heal patients. Dr. Tan’s rare background combines a mastery of China’s ancient healing and martial arts along with in-depth training in modern Western medicine. A gold medal winner in martial arts competitions among students from TCM schools across China, Dr. Tan is a Kung Fu master known for his compassionate care and exceptional skills.


Dr. Tan earned his medical degree at Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, one of China’s top-ranked Chinese medical schools.
A commitment to offer the highest quality of care led Dr. Tan to also study Western medicine. He completed advanced training as an orthopedic surgeon at People’s Hospital of Sichuan Province. Dr. Tan worked as a full-time associate professor and senior orthopedic surgeon for 10 years at Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which is known for its pioneering work integrating Eastern and Western medicine, and as director and chief physician at a major orthopedic center in the city of Dachuan. His writings and academic papers were used as textbooks in Traditional Chinese Medical schools in China. Dr. Tan’s publications address Traditional Chinese Medicine for the treatment of various conditions, from pain management to neurological, internal, adrenal, and immunological disorders, cancer patient support, men and women’s health, anti-aging as well as wellbeing. During his more than 25 years of practice, Dr. Tan has trained hundreds of doctors of TCM. He is a member of the American Academy of Pain Management and a fellow of the American Society of Acupuncturists.


Dr. Tan was invited to the U.S. to teach and practice the philosophy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1996. He has been practicing as a licensed acupuncturist in Santa Monica, where he has enriched the lives of thousands of patients. Dr. Tan has a holistic approach to wellness and a unique ability to advise and treat patients, drawing upon the merits of both Eastern and Western medicine.


In ancient China, it was said only a doctor with the highest personal cultivation had the chi, or awakened subtle energy, to cure a patient. Dr. Cai felt there was merit to such ideas, and her medical training in Traditional Chinese Medicine included the study and mastery of the ancient Chinese martial arts, including Qigong. Dr. Cai believes deeply in preventative medicine and the importance of a healthy diet and lifestyle. One of Dr. Cai’s passions is her interest and study of women’s health issues and gynecology, the field of her post graduate training. From 1986 to 1997, Dr. Cai practiced and taught at Chengdu University’s TCM Hospital, a major teaching hospital specializing in integrating Eastern and Western medicine in China. Dr. Cai first worked there as a gynecologist and then as a senior and chief physician overseeing new residents. During a two-year period of specialty training, she had the opportunity to study and work with some of China’s foremost experts in Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 1997, Dr. Cai moved to Santa Monica where her strong medical background in China helps inform her acupuncture practice. Her knowledge of both Western medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine gives her a unique ability to understand and educate her patients and help them to make informed medical decisions. This diverse expertise allows Dr. Cai to recommend, when necessary, a mixture of medical modalities, and allows her to advise whatever course of treatment is most beneficial for her patients.


Dr. Xiaomei Cai has more than 25 years medical experience of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Dr. Cai has conducted extensive medical research and published numerous academic papers and books in the field of TCM. One of the herbal remedies that she researched with a former colleague is now a popular remedy used for treating uterine fibroid tumors in Chinese hospitals.
Dr. Cai is an active member of the Pacific Coast Fertility Society, the World Alternative Medicine Organization, and the American Society of Acupuncturists.


Dr. Cai has taught hundreds of medical students, interns, residents and physicians for their advanced training in TCM. She has lectured on acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine at Chengdu University of TCM, as well as at various conferences, such as the Resolve Fertility Conference on Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
She has extensive experience working in the fields of infertility, women’s health, immunologic, adrenal and endocrine disorders, cancer patient support, emotional disorders, children’s health, internal and skin conditions, and pain management, as well as general well-being.

Santa Barbara Healing Sanctuary

Santa Barbara Healing Sanctuary“We live in exciting and interesting times. Nowhere is this more true than in the fields of medicine and healing. Recent discoveries in neuroscience validate healing traditions that are thousands of years old, and show that the mind/body connection is indeed very real. They point to new directions in the ways we think of and treat disease, and promote wellness.

The ground-breaking work being done in this area has led a group of highly experienced clinicians, and other professionals to establish the Santa Barbara Healing Sanctuary program, a significant resource for those who wish to maintain optimal health. The Sanctuary s unique program is multi-faceted and multi-disciplinary. The SB Healing Sanctuary convenes for 10 days per session at a stunning mountain retreat in Santa Barbara overlooking the Pacific. Each of these sessions is coordinated for the participants by a team of professionals. Each participant receives a personalized treatment plan, which integrates cutting-edge medical support with proven therapies encompassing nutrition and cooking, meditation,creative arts, reflective writing, therapeutic yoga, acupuncture, aquatic therapy, and more.

What makes the Santa Barbara Healing Sanctuary program unique, distinguishing it from other integrative healing programs, is its emphasis on the healing potential of dreams. Dreams give individuals access to a form of intelligence originating deep inside the brainstem, where signals travel up to the cortex and down through the neuro-endocrine system to affect the body at a micro-cellular level. This activity, as natural and innate as the human heartbeat, has extraordinary therapeutic potential and is widely thought to trigger thebody’s own self-healing response. The Santa Barbara Healing Sanctuary has been designed to maximize these effects. What makes the Santa Barbara Healing Sanctuary program unique, distinguishing it from other integrative healing programs, is its emphasis on the healing potential of dreams. Dreams give individuals access to a form of intelligence originating deep inside the brainstem, where signals travel up to the cortex and down through the neuro-endocrine system to affect the body at a micro-cellular level. This activity, as natural and innate as the human heartbeat, has extraordinary therapeutic potential and is widely thought to trigger the body’s own self-healing response. The Santa Barbara Healing Sanctuary has been designed to maximize these effects.”


David Kearney – Acupuncturist

DKearney0001-210whiteXDr. David Kearney is among the West Coast pioneers of energetic medicine. A native of Ireland, Dr. Kearney immigrated to Australia when he was 13 years old. In 1975, after receiving a diploma from the Acupuncture College Australia, Dr. Kearney joined the faculty there and began lecturing in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane. During this time he also attended the New South Wales College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy in Sydney.

As one of the few qualified figures in Oriental medicine in the late 1970’s Dr. Kearney was invited by the California Acupuncture College to become head of their acupuncture department (the second institution of its kind accredited in California). Over the next several years, while simultaneously building a private practice, Dr. Kearney served as one of the early consultants to both the National and State Acupuncture Boards, helping to create and write the first National Board Examination. During his time at the College, he was instrumental in the implementation of Orienal Medicine on the West coast.

Indigenous influences have deeply informed Dr. Kearney’s professional education. In India, he studied with Mahatma Satyanand, Doctor of Homeopathy and Ayurvedic medicine in New Delhi. Dr. Kearney and Dr. Satyanand combined Oriental and traditional Indian medicine, producing profound results for patients who sometimes formed a line down the block.

Over a period of 15 years, Dr. Kearney traveled nationally and internationally as the road doctor for various musical acts. He is recognized with special acknowledgments on Bob Dylan’s album, Knocked Out and Loaded, as well as George Harrison’s album, Cloud Nine. He has worked with countless other celebrities, as well as a cross section of patients from the private sector.
Dr. Kearney has enjoyed teaching and demonstrating the principles of power healing through his private practice, and has expanded his teachings to a much wider audience through seminars. He has also experienced success with a wide variety of patient cases, including rehabilitating patients after severe spinal cord trauma, assisting with childbirth, alleviating pain and helping to improve the quality of life for thousands of patients. He has also practiced on Olympic athletes, a wide range of sports injuries and has worked on international athletes at UCLA. Some of his patients have included Gold medalists.

He has taught workshops for performers as well as for the private sector. His Transformative Self Healing Course, “Power Healing,” has been a popular teaching tool for decades. The course has been taught extensively, and has helped thousands of people gain the practical knowledge presented more extensively in “Just Chaaa.” The video Power Healing that paired with the workshop features an opening interview with Ringo Starr, who attests to the value of Dr. Kearney’s breath­work.


Tiffany Cruikshank – Yoga Teacher

tiffany cruikshankAn international yoga teacher, author and health & wellness expert Tiffany travels the globe inspiring people to live their lives to the fullest. Tiffany is known for her lighthearted attention to detail and passionate dedication to the practice. With her training in Acupuncture & Sports Medicine her yoga classes are guided by a strong anatomic focus intermingled with her characteristic playfulness using movement as medicine.