Longevity Acupuncture & Apothecary Blog
Longevity means to prolong life. Understanding your health comes from an inner journey that allows the strength and ability to heal yourself. During 2017 this blog will focus on the links between Daoism and healing through sharing in-depth interviews.
La longevidad es la capacidad de prolongar la vida. La comprensión que un paciente pueda tener acerca de su salud proviene de un recorrido interior que le permita tener la fuerza y la capacidad para curarse a sí mismo. Durante 2017, este blog se centrará en entrevistas y la conexión entre Daoism y la curación.
As a student of Josephine Spilka, my first introduction to her teaching was in an essential oil [aromatherapy] class that she offered from a Chinese medicine perspective. Josephine taught many other classes in herbal medicine and was also our clinical director at...read more
I first met Greg Tullock a few years back in Asheville, North Carolina. Since meeting, we have been practicing qigong, tai chi, meditation and a wudang sword form together. We also share an interest in beekeeping and Daoism. For this interview, I met Greg at the...read more
Tracy Peck is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist at East Gate Healing Arts Center in Greensboro, North Carolina. He was my first teacher of qigong and taichi at Daoist Traditions and to this day while some of these practices still remains completely foreign to me,...read more
Entrevista con Rosie En Esencia Divina 20 de Marzo 2017 Mi entrevista para marzo fue con Rosie Islas, con la ayuda de un par de amigas, Andrea y Jackie (quienes también interpretaron). Rosie es originaria de Panamá y actualmente vive con su hija y su nieto en el oeste...read more
My interview for March was with Rosie Islas and with the help of a few good friends, Andrea and Jackie (also the interpreters). Rosie is originally from Panama and now lives with her daughter and grandson in Western North Carolina. She is a genius healer whose gifts...read more
Greg Casey is a genius of movement and a very humble teacher. We worked together at the Daoist Traditions student gardens and both completed a 4 year program in Chinese Medicine in Asheville, North Carolina. After graduating, I continue to practice internal martial...read more
Joe Hollis interview Daoism December 11th, 2016 Mountain Gardens in Burnsville, North Carolina Joe Hollis is a genius of gardening. I was first introduced to him during my twenties while I was lived and worked in Celo, North Carolina which led me to an internship at...read more
During the next year of 2017 my goal is to to share one interview a month with somebody who has inspired me in my exploration of Daoism. Some of my influences include teachers, students, colleagues, authors and other people I am sure to meet along the way. I am very...read more