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Daoshing
Daoshing Ni
Program:  DAOM MATCM
Department:  Qi Cultivation
Email:  dni@yosan.edu
 
   
   

Summary:

At the age of 19, Daoshing was the youngest person to be licensed by the California Acupuncture Board. He has been in private practice at the Tao of Wellness since 1984, specializing in women’s health, gynecology, and reproductive medicine. 

About:

Daoshing Ni, with his brother, Mao Shing Ni, co-founded Yo San University in 1989. He started his studies in Chinese medicine with his father, Hua-Ching Ni, at an early age. After earning his O.M.D. and Ph. D. in Oriental Medicine, he took advanced studies in internal medicine, gynecology, and pediatrics at both Beijing and Nanjing Colleges of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. At the age of 19, Daoshing was the youngest person to be licensed by the California Acupuncture Board. He has been in private practice at the Tao of Wellness since 1984, specializing in women’s health, gynecology, and reproductive medicine. In addition to his regular contributions to professional journals, Daoshing has written several books in Qigong and The Tao of Fertility, published by HarperCollins. Daoshing is considered to be one of the foremost authorities on TCM and fertility in America today. In 2009, Daoshing received the Dr. Joyce Vargyas Visionary Award by the American Fertility Society.

Education:

DOM, PhD, L.Ac.

Courses:

Fundamental of Taoism

Expertise:

Reproductive Medicine Qi Cultivation

Research Interests: 

Vitae-Publications:

Sitting Moon - A Guide to Natural Rejuvenation After Pregnancy
Tao of Fertility
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