Even with all of the ups and downs that come with owning your own business, I wouldn’t have it any other way! My goal is to ultimately open my own practice here in Los Angeles and execute my dream of helping others heal with a strong integrative approach of Eastern and Western medicine, as I am a firm believer in the “it takes a village” mentality – not only in raising children, but in healing our bodies too!
Friday, November 7, 2014. All proceeds from this year's event will benefit Yo San University's community service projects which provide nearly 21,000 free and subsidized acupuncture and Chinese medicine treatments annually.
What I am learning and embracing more and more though is the more I dive into and become the medicine. The more my studying just becomes my life in a beautiful exciting way.
In a recent trip to Taiwan, Dao took a morning to visit Sheng Chang Pharmaceutical Company in Taoyuan County. Sheng Chang is the parent manufacturing company of Qualiherb USA, the supplier for most of the concentrated herbal granules used at the Yo San Community Clinic.
The 2014 Los Angeles Green festival was held at the LA Convention Center the weekend of September 12th-14th. According to Festival organizers, “Green Festival is America’s largest and longest-running sustainability and green living event. Yo San interns who participated were able to sharpen critical networking and consumer interaction skills.
There was energy and excitement in the air on August 29th. The weather was gorgeous and sunny as Yo San welcomed our entering fall 2014 class at the New Student Orientation.
Yo San was my only choice! I had a friend who was in school here at the time and she had nothing but great things to say about Yo San. I moved out from Chicago on a whim and never turned around!
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Located a few short blocks from Jerry Brown’s State Office, folks assembled at the downtown convention center to endure a long Tuesday’s worth of testing. Representatives from several other acupuncture schools were also present, as well as Marilyn Allen from the American Acupuncture Council, who generously hosted a free luncheon for all test takers.
I chose Yo San because of its warm, community feel and impressive TCM curriculum. The first time I visited and attended an open house I felt very welcomed and inspired and knew that it was the school I wanted to attend.