Zenovia Hwang, MTCM, DMQ, is trained in Chinese Medicine specializing in Qigong therapy. She received her Doctor of Medical Qigong and Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine from International Institute of Medical Qigong, the overseas branch of Henan University of TCM, China, and from Beijing Western District Qigong Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Institute, China. She received her Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine from Five Branches University, San Jose, CA.
Zen grew up in Seattle and graduated from University of Washington with a degree in Chemistry. She worked as an environmental scientist before moving to the Bay Area to learn Chinese Medicine and ancient esoteric practices. She resided at a Zen Buddhist temple where she learned about meditation and communal living.
She became an ordained Daoist Priest from LongHuShan Temple in Jiangxi, China, which is renowned for it’s esoteric healing practices. Zen also teaches taichi and qigong classes, of which she has served as a faculty at Mission College. She also leads meditation workshops for specific health conditions.
Her main area of interest is in chronic and immunological disorders to improve the physical and emotional states of those ailing from discomfort. She is successful in managing health conditions such as post-chemo/radiation, tumors, post-surgery, infertility, addiction, gout, allergies, fibromyalgia, Lyme’s, and a variety of other chronic and idiopathic illnesses.
Craig Sakimoto, L.Ac., grew up in Idaho with family roots in Hawaii. He has worked in the software industry for over a decade before he decided to change to a healthier career.
He is a California state licensed Acupuncturist and an Herbalist with a Master’s in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Five Branches University and Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from University of Puget Sound.
He is also a Certified Practitioner of Bowen Technique, Sound Healing, and Anat Baniel Method, where he is currently completing the more advanced training working with children.
Craig has seen significant results in pain management, structural alignment, performance
enhancement, weight-loss, diabetes, psychological issues, sleep disorders, and many complicated internal disorders.
Here is an article with Craig Sakimoto on Eucalyptus Magazine explaining Bowen Technique.
Zen and Craig are Founders of ZIERI, a non-profit organization 501(c)(3) dedicated to research & education to improve healthcare by raising awareness of holistic living in the communities through outreach programs.