"How To Lose Weight"
Help your body regain its normal balance and lose weight with natural remedies.
In this FREE seminar you will learn:
The science behind natural therapies like acupuncture and herbs in the treatment of disorders that cause weight gain.
Best of Eastern and Western therapies to promote optimum health.
Easily applicable action steps to begin losing weight.
What herbs and supplements may be beneficial.
Answers to your questions about weight gain and weight loss.
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The causes leading to weight gain are numerous, complex and require a deep dive into all the different relationships that effect it. Even if you try many different diets, you may not be addressing the root cause.
Thomas earned his Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from a four year program at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is licensed by the both acupuncture and herbal medicine. He believes that our bodies can achieve balance through healing. Often all it takes is a little nudge in the right direction.
Austin's education includes a masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine, in addition to 450 hours of clinical training at the Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (China), which involved shadowing doctors of orthopedics, gynecology and cardiology and discussing complex cases with a integrative focus. He’s a Licensed Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist.
6613 Telegraph Avenue
94609 Oakland CA
Tel: 415 234 3582
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Thomas has a knowledgeable, gentle approach to acupuncture and medicine that left me feeling educated and comfortable. He explained the relevant bodily processes and energies of my condition simply and clearly, and made sure I understood before continuing on. We were in agreement with my symptoms and potential remedies. Trustworthy and knowledgeable is what I want in a practitioner!"
— Travis W C McCleary