Long Distance Herbal Consultation Sessions
You can have a Fengyang TCM certified practitioner personally design an effective herbal supplementation plan just for you.
If you are suffering from any kind of disease or condition, our practitioners will be able to help you. You can visit our testimonials page to see real stories of the kind of healings some of our patients have experienced in the past.
What You Get In Your Session
We conduct our sessions using the ancient Chinese method of tongue diagnosis. You simply take a good quality picture of your tongue (a smartphone picture will suffice) and send it to one of our practitioners. Using their Fengyang TCM knowledge, they can accurately diagnose any imbalances or conditions that are present in your body.
Our practitioners are there to help people understand Taoist Chinese Medicine, and the underlying reasons behind physical conditions. Once the reasons have been identified (for example, reason behind hair loss may be weak kidney Qi), we can prescribe an herbal formula that is custom made from 6 to 10 kinds of herbal extract powders.
We also suggest diet change and lifestyle changes, focusing on how to incorporate Fengyang Qi Gong into daily life and how to remain in the moment.
Fengyang Qi Gong is based on an ancient Taoist Qi Gong system. It was developed by Dr. Ming Wu through his 40 years of study and practice of Chuang Tzu’s teachings.
We recommend our students and patients read The Way of Chuang Tzu by Thomas Merton. It is the best Taoist story book to remind you how to live in the MOMENT, the power of now.
Our Chinese herbal extract is the best quality in the US. In order to ensure the highest quality and purity, each batch is tested by U.S. laboratories.
Our Long Distance Herbal Consultation Team
Dr. Ming Wu
Ming Wu, Ph.D is a doctor of Chinese Medicine and a 20th generation practitioner of Fengyeng Taoist Chinese Medicine – the only one teaching in the United States. He is also a Master Qi Gong and Tai Chi practitioner.
Dr. Ming Wu has studied Fengyang Chinese Medicine his whole life, beginning training with his father Mu Qing Wu (19th generation Fengyang Practitioner) when he was only 7 years old. Dr. Wu has dedicated his life to healing and teaching others how to live healthy lives, and remain present in the moment by practicing Chuang Tzu’s teachings.
Rich Kevorkian LMT, CSCS graduated from Sacred Heart University in 2011 with a degree in exercise science. Working closely with people to achieve their goals coupled with Rich's passion for fitness, led him to become certified as a personal trainer in 2011. Working with people to live wholesome, balanced lives drew Rich to the field of massage therapy and he became licensed in 2014. By following a traditional chinese medical path, Rich has honed his clinical expertise and deepened his knowledge and experience.
He is a certified Tui Na practitioner trained by Dr. Ming Wu. He currently works at Wu Healing Center’s West Hartford office. Rich's desire to positively impact people makes him passionate about what he does and is continually motivated to become better.
He can be reached at 860-462-3934.
Erik Harris, founder of Chi for Healing, is a holistic healing practitioner who holds professional certifications as a Qi Gong Instructor, Chinese Herbalist, Asian Body Therapist, Medicinal Aromatherapist, Auriculo-therapist, Reiki therapist, and Tong Ren Therapist.
Erik apprenticed with Dr. Ming Wu for 5+ years to learn the many facets of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He also graduated from the Connecticut Institute of Herbal Studies program in Chinese Herbology.
Catering to the individual he will recommend herbs, teas, dietary changes, exercises, and detoxing techniques to get to the root cause of disease.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Wei Li
Dr. Li received her B.S. from Ocean University of China, her M.S. from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and her Ph.D. in Biology from Tufts University.
She joined Taoist Institute of TCM and Wu Healing Center in 2014. She is apprenticing with Dr. Ming Wu to learn Traditional Chinese Medicine and other holistic healing methods. She is fluent in Chinese and English.
Professor Xiao Xinhe
Prof. Xiao received his doctoral degree from Guangzhou College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in July 1965 (six-year system). He has devoted himself to medical research, teaching, and treating patients for more than 40 years. He is a college professor, Chinese medicine practitioner, and Chinese medicine pharmacist. He has published more than 30 papers, including "The Processing of Traditional Chinese Medicine", "Introduction to Pulse Diagnosis", "Traditional Chinese Medicine Qigong", etc. He is currently a council member of the China Medical Association, a professor of Hong Kong International Medical Research, a council member of the Guangdong Social Society, and a chief lecturer of the China Guangdong Health Forum. He was awarded the title of "China's Outstanding Hero and Role Model", "Outstanding Teacher of Guangzhou Senior University", and won the "Outstanding Contribution Award for Life Potential Development", etc. His name was included in more than a dozen dictionaries such as "Chinese Celebrity Series".
Motto: Lifelong learning, lifelong working, lifelong health, lifelong dedication, lifelong happiness. Lifetime responsibilities: Make everyone healthy and live to 100 years old, and enjoy health for themselves.
For consultation with Prof. Xiao, contact: 978-790-8888
Dr. Li Feng
Dr. Feng is the director of the Chinese Medicine Department of the Cancer Institute of Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences. The Cancer Institute of Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences is the largest cancer hospital in Asia, and Dr. Feng is a nationally renowned TCM doctor who is specialized in integrated approach combining TCM and western medicine in the treatment of tumor and complications. Dr. Feng has comprehensive knowledge in the areas of lung cancer, breast cancer, stomach cancer, colorectal cancer, ovarian cancer, pancreatic cancer and bone metastasis.
A successful remote consultation case of Dr. Feng:
A patient who lives in Connecticut was suffering from breast cancer, and the cancer cells have spread to her lymph nodes. Her doctor offered her two choices, one was surgery, but with the risk of cancer metastasis; the other was an initial treatment of low-dose chemotherapy to control the tumor. The patient wanted a second opinion, so Dr. Wu set up a remote consultation session for her to speak with Dr. Feng. Dr. Feng carefully reviewed her case and recommended the low-dose chemotherapy because in his opinion, surgery would pose a higher risk for her situation. The patient was very grateful for Dr. Feng’s expert advice.
For consultation with Dr. Feng, contact: 978-790-8888
Dr. Maobin Zheng
Dr. Zheng is a “National Level Distinguished TCM Clinician” and a “Well-known TCM Doctor in Guangxi Province”. He earned his doctor’s degree in 1988 from Guiyang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and has trained with famous TCM doctors such as Prof. Yi Wu of Beijing Air Force General Hospital, Prof. Guoqing Sui of Beijing University Third Hospital, Prof. Houshan Lu of Beijing People’s Hospital, and Prof. Guikang Wei of Guangxi TCM University, among others.
Dr. Zheng’s specialty is integrated approach combining TCM and western medicine in treatment of all varieties of bone diseases and disorders, including pediatric developmental delay, sports injuries, joint disorders, and aging related diseases.
For consultation with Dr. Zheng, contact: 978-790-8888
Join the Wu Healing Group
WU HEALING GROUP
A closed Facebook group for Wu Healing with Dr. Ming Wu.
✦✦✦ 6 Classes weekly which you can access anytime.
✦Monday 10-10:30 PM - Bedtime Qi Gong Meditation Online
✦Tuesday 9:30-10:30 AM Qi Gong for Healing & Wellness
✦Wednesday 8AM Morning Qi Gong for Ying Qi and Wei Qi where you learn how to use Chinese herbal medicine for self-healing.
✦Thursday 9:30-10 pm Sweet dream Yoga and Meditation with Wendy Zhu
✦ Friday 9:30-10:30 AM - Qi Gong (with Risa)
✦Saturday 8-9 AM Qi Gong practice.
Memebership Fee is $45/month.