Qigong massage therapist Gang Yi (Gavin) Huang is a certified Qigong Master from Xiamen, China and took advanced Qigong training from New England School of Taiji. Gavin became a licensed massage therapist in Massachusetts in 1997 and is specialized in Qigong massage therapy combining Western and Eastern styles of therapeutic massage.
Since 1989, Gavin has studied with Chinese Shaolin Qigong and Yi Jing Master WuJian in the essence of Shaolin internal Kungfu and clinic treating skills. He is specialized in Qigong Tuina with a deepened depth and effect of opening channels, circulating Qi and blood, and improving the immune system. His treatment emphasizes looking at the body as whole and treating local disharmony with acupressure at different points to prevent or expel disease and enhance health.
Gavin taught Qigong for many years in China and has over 10 years of clinical practice experience in treating insomnia, hypertension, headache, joint pain, back pain, arthritis, irregular periods, infertility both male and female, emotional problems, weight management and cosmetic treatment. He uses human holographic reflex zone combined with I Ching and Qigong massage. Gavin also has a U.S. National NGH Hypnotherapist license.
In 1971 Mr. Wang received his MD from Beijing Medical College and subsequently practiced Internal Medicine, Gynecology, and Pediatrics for many years. From 1984-1987, he received additional training in acupuncture, Tui Na, and Chinese herbal medicine at Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Mr. Wang continued working at both departments of Trauma and Injury and of Pediatrics for over 10 years. In the US, he conducted medical research at the University of Vermont and Columbia University (1998-2000). After locating to the Boston area, he worked as a Tui Na Oriental Bodywork Specialist. He specializes in musculoskeletal conditions including acute and chronic injury, arthritis, and also in pediatric Tui Na treatments, sinus conditions, asthma, gastrointestinal disturbances, and headache.
Eric Tang began his career at the age of 18 as an army medic specializing in acupuncture. He completed further studies for 2 years at the hospital level and worked clinically until 1988 when he relocated to Japan. For five years he practiced acupuncture and Oriental Bodywork at a Tokyo clinic and made the Boston area his home in 1993. Mr. Tang specializes in muscular pain conditions including pain management and tension relief. He also utilizes acupressure foot massage and facial rejuvenation massage.
Qigong Master Yang’s practice of Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong for over twenty years enables him to both sense and emit energy associated with Qi (bio-electromagnetic fields). This ability allows him to detect and localize lesions in the human body and effectively heal medical problems. Master Yang is a member of the Chinese Medical Qigong Association and was principle Qigong instructor at the Keiwa Qigong Institute in Tokyo, Japan and in China. He has been practicing Medical Qigong in the United States since 1997, specializing in depression, heart disease, blood pressure imbalances, stroke, asthma, sciatica, paraplegia/hemiplegia, blood sugar imbalances, and thyroid conditions.