Traditional Asian Health Centerkang.email@example.com
1909 W. Cary StreetRichmond , VA , 23220
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NEWS (October 5, 2012)
Yoga Classes StartingJessica Scalin will be starting a Yoga class on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 - 10:15 AM, from July 1. Contact her directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Appointment HoursJohn Kang is providing private acupuncture on Monday mornings from 9 - 12 by appointment. He is also working in the West End at Richmond Acupuncture and Wellness on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday all day and Sunday mornings.
Pressure Point and Qigong classesWe have added new pressure point classes on Monday and Wendesday evenings. We also plan to start a morning Qigong class if there is more interest. Contact Nathan Wender at email@example.com for more information, or look at our schedule.
Now Providing Community-Style AcupunctureWe will offer Community-Style acupuncture on Monday mornings from 9 - 12.
John Kang on WTVR-6's Morning in Virginia
What is Traditional Asian Health?
Traditional Asian health, whose philosophical foundations reach back over five-thousand years, encompasses a wide variety of holistic modalities that seek to maintain health through careful balance. These mediums include not only the more widely-known arts of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and martial arts practice; but also lesser-known but equally effective approaches such as cupping, moxabustion, tui-na massage, gua-sha, bone setting, soft-tissue manipulation, and many others.
Acupuncture and other Asian healing modalities can treat a wide variety of health concerns including but not limited to: stress, depression, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, sports injuries, menstrual pain and irregularity, peri-menopause, substance addiction, headache, compulsive behavior, digestive problems, constipation, the common cold, and more.
Our practice in Richmond, Virginia, includes acupuncture, herbal medicine, and martial
arts and Qigong training.
Yin and Yang are mutually opposing and creating forces that represent the harmony and balance of the universe. Since from the Chinese point of view, our body is a microcosm of the universe, the symbol here represents harmony of the body.
We seek to achieve this harmony through healing arts (such as acupuncture
and herbal medicine) and martial arts. While
these two forms seem contradictory in nature, they are part of a whole.
Injury in martial arts can be treated through medicine, our martial arts
practice gives us a better understanding of the body so we can provide
more effective medical treatment.
Our Chinese Name
ABOUT JOHN KANG
Coming from a family of Chinese Doctors, John Kang started apprenticing under Dr. Betty
Lung in Taiwan in 1995 before earning a Masters of Oriental Medicine from Meiji College. He has
done post-graduate studies in Japan and China.
John treats a wide range of health issues, and specializes in treating
infertility, mental-emotional disorders and pediatrics.
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John Kang, L.Ac
John Kang, L.Ac