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About Dr. Ming Wu


Ming Wu, Ph.D is a doctor of Chinese Medicine and a 20th generation practitioner of Fengyang 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 Medicine practitioner) when he was only 7 years old.

He has studied Qi Gong and Tai Chi in China and the U.S. for over 40 years. He has received authentic Yang Style Tai Chi instruction from his Sifu Grandmaster Gin Soon Chu, disciple of Yang Sau Chung. Dr. Wu has been carefully instructing students in Qi Gong and Tai Chi in the U.S. for over 26 years. He 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.

Learn more about Dr. Ming Wu and his philosophy about health and healing in this Q&A for Emerson Hospital and this interview with Natural Awakenings magazine.


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. Her interest is in the development of TCM based health products, and promoting the Taoist health and wellness culture worldwide.


Dr. Zhenqiang Zheng


Born in 1963, Dr. Zheng suffered from rectal prolapse and pigeon breast at the age of four. There was a temple in Yutian Village, Changle City, Fujian Province, called Qianwu Temple. A monk from the temple was good at acupuncture. The monk gave Dr. Zheng acupuncture treatment once a day for three months, and told him to eat stewed sheep's hooves. After eating hundreds of sheep's hooves, Dr. Zheng was cured. After that, he became fascinated with acupuncture, and later studied Traditional Chinese Medicine. After graduating in 1986, he was assigned to the Yutian Village Health Station of the Yutian Town Health Center in the most rural area of China for 11 years as a TCM practitioner. During that period, he treated many patients with emergency situations, and he was known for his superb medical skills and noble medical ethics. Until this day, stories of Dr. Zheng working tirelessly, and treating patients with serious diseases are still told by people in his hometown. Dr. Zheng immigrated to the United States in 1996, and continued his practice in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Dr. Zheng has forty-three years of clinical experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine. He learned from many skilled TCM practitioners. Dr. Zheng also studied internal style martial art, calligraphy and meditation from a young age. He specializes in Linggui Bagua acupuncture and Tui Na. He is experienced in using Zhenwu Tang to tonify the yang to treat patients with lupus erythematosus caused by deficient yang, advanced cancer, stroke sequela, and other difficult to cure diseases.

Since 2015, he has collaborated with Dr. Ming Wu to offer training courses on acupuncture and Tui Na at the Wuyi Mountain Branch of Taoist Institute of TCM, responsible for passing on the Linggui Bagua acupuncture technique to the next generation.


John Choi

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Mr. Choi is a licensed acupuncturist (Mass.) and herbalist certified by National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He received his Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from New England School of Acupuncture. For several years, he has studied with prominent acupuncturists Master Tom and Lea Tam and a renowned herbalist, Dr. Ming Wu. During this apprenticeship, he received extensive training for a wide array of conditions, especially those that are chronic and difficult to treat in nature.

Mr. Choi has studied Biochemistry and for over a decade worked in biotech companies and university laboratores. Although skepitical about Oriental Medicine initially, his view changed soon after witnessing undeniable results that benefited numerous patients. He wishes to invite you to come and explore how this healing art could help you in many ways!

For appointment, please call: 617-953-4988


Dr. Rodney Taft

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Rodney received his M.D. from New York Medical College in 1988. He is also a graduate of Swedish Institute of Massage (1989) and Rolf Institute (1990). He has undergone numerous other trainings focusing on healing, bodywork, and meditative practices. 

Rodney is focusing more over time on gentler means of working- gentler hands on work, allowing energy to shift and unwind deep patterns that no longer serve us. If needed, he will still do very deep bodywork as Rolfing has a reputation for. 

As we are all connected through our hearts, distance healing sessions are also available, by telephone or otherwise.

It is important to provide relief from pain, illness, and discomfort, but Rodney’s most important concern is that a person’s heart can open more to loving positive feelings. When our hearts open to ourselves we generally feel better on all levels. 

For appointment, please call or text 203-788-3618, or email

A powerful message to all healers on healing, alignment and the importance of love by Dr. Rodney Taft


Rich Kevorkian


Rich Kevorkian LMT, CSCS graduated from Sacred Heart University in 2011 with a degree in Exercise Science. He used this degree as a certified personal trainer where he worked closely with clients to achieve their fitness goals.

Drawn to Chinese Medicine by his interest in helping people with health conditions, Rich became licensed as a massage therapist in 2014. By continuing on a Chinese Medical path, Rich has honed his clinical expertise and deepened his knowledge and experience.

He is a certified Tui Na practitioner and Qi Gong instructor trained by Dr. Ming Wu. He currently works at Wu Healing Center’s West Hartford office.

Rich is passionate about empowering people to manage their own health by providing them the training and tools needed to direct their own wellbeing.

 For an appointment, please call 860-462-3934.


Our Consulting Experts


Dr. Thao Doran

Education and training

  • Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh, Residency in Family Medicine

  • Medical School Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Muhlenberg College (Bachelor of Science )

Professional memberships

  • American Academy of Family Physicians

  • CT Active Member

  • Society of Cannabis Physicians

  • Reiki Master Teacher

I am a Board Certified Osteopathic Family Physician who is trained to focus on health and disease prevention. I use a distinctive system of hands-on approach for diagnosis and treatment. My goal is to be able to help you achieve a high level of wellness through meditation, proper diet, and appropriate exercise.

Dr. Thao Doran website: Tel: 860-245-1269

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

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Certified Tai Chi Instructors

Denise M. Nagel, MD.

Michael K. Leacher

Nonny C. Levy

Susan Phillips

June Matson

Judith Welsh

Theresa McGee


 Certified Tai Chi Associate Instructor

 Sining Zhan 詹思宁 978-987-3368


Fengyang Qi Gong Certified Associate Instructor

Wendy Zhu

Bai Jian Zhou

June Natson

Ray Zhu

Sining Zhan

Certified Tong Ren and Quantum Energy Practitioner

Isaias Hutcheon | (860)987-7633| 45 South Main Street, Suite 100, West Hartford, CT 06107

Judith Welsh | (978)897-9215| 76 Nason Street, Maynard, MA 01754

Kathy Chang | (617)682-9328 | 76 Nason Street, Maynard, MA 01754

Re Hao Ni 倪瑞豪

Bei Jing University of TCM, China 011-86-131 4105 8876


011-86-131 4105 8876

Bing Feng Zhang 张炳峰

53 Broadway

New York, NY 10002

Tel: 646-206-3866

Christine Wilson | (413)426-1317 | 1223 Thorndike Street, Palmer, MA 01067

Randy Emerson | (413)348-5278 | Monson, MA 01057

Jennifer Eliot | (978)870-9259 | Clinton, MA 01510

Gail Gorman | Merrimac, MA 01860 |

Denise Nagel, M.D. | Lexington, MA 02412 |

Donna Richmond | (978)514-2493 | Acton, MA 01720

Jon Yates | (978)590-1351 | Sudbury, MA 01776

Yea-Wen Marks | (410)585-7755 | Severna Park, MD 21146

Mandelay Macarthur | Cambrige, MA

Certified Qi Gong Practitioners

Erik Harris | 860-593-8397 | West Hartford, CT

Theresa McGee


Michele Kelley | Simsbury, CT

Wayne Yee | Monson, MA

Margaret Stewart | Collinsville, CT

Lee Lim | Rutherfort, NJ

Margaret Tracy

Denise Gander

Mitch Lucas

Jamie Yee | Monson, MA

Bob Doherty | Framingham, MA | 508-875-5171

Denise Nagel, MD | Lexington, MA | 781-861-0061

Svetlana Anderson | 860-575-5032 | | Deep River, CT

Dorrit Schuchter | 978-263-3791

Carolyn McDonald | 978-567-9003

Jennifer Delorenzo Backer | 860-918-2613

Daohui Chen | 978-844-0932

Jennifer | 978-448-3600

Tevia Feng  White Tiger Qigong | | Bali, Indonesia

Certified Tui Na Practitioners

Mary Jane Pullen

400 Prospect Street

New Haven, CT 06511

Tel: 203-773-1199

Thao Doran, D.O.

11 main street, Unit #3G

Mystic, CT 06355

Tel: 860-245-1269

Kathy Chang 张素晶 | 617-682-9328 |76 Nason Street, Maynard, MA 01754

Re Hao Ni 倪瑞豪

Bei Jing University of TCM, China 011-86-131 4105 8876


011-86-131 4105 8876

Sining Zhan 詹思宁 978-987-3368

76 Nason Street, Maynard, MA 01754

Bai Jin Zhou 周柏坚 781-632-8022

Christine Wilson


Svetlana Anderson | 860-575-5032 | | Deep River, CT

Daohui Chen | 978-844-0932

Yumei Zhang  857-222-6594 |

Changlan Qiu  917-710-8100

Changling Chou 646-637-1008

Tevia Feng White Tiger Qigong | | Bali, Indonesia

Jennifer Luth | 978-448-3600

Karen | 617-620-5860

Cai Ping Huang  617-803-8186

Hiu Chow | 339-221-6285

Mei Wong | 646-701-3328

Youk Ping Cai | 617-304-1756

Chuanxia Wang  626-203-1530

Aiqin Feng  Qiaoyun | 646-623-2889

Fengxian He - 347-628-2338

Zuo Zheng Liang - 617-606-1771 | WeChat: zheng1771

Wen Liang - 617-331-3752

Kathy Liang - 617-710-5093 | | WeChat : kathyliang888

Shi Ru Huang - 617-710-5093


Haiyan Fong , Tel: 860-214-6988 (Maynard, MA)

Lin Zhu, Tel: 917-340-8566 (Flushing , NY)

Bo Jiang, Tel: 640-945-6559 (PA) 

Guog Lang Li 李国强 | 857-234-1053 | 65 Harrison Ave., #409 Boston, MA 02111

Bing Feng Zhang 张炳峰 | 646-206-3866 | 53 Broadway, New York, NY 10002

Michelle Zemba | 413-636-3205 | Southhampton, MA

Rich Kevorkian | 860-462-3934 | West Hartford, CT

Randy Emerson

Monson, MA 01057

Tel: 413-348-5278

Heather Crosby

Duxbury, MA 02331

Tel: 781-871-3577

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Our Offices

45 S Main St, Suite 100, West Hartford, CT - 978-790-8888

 76 Nason St, Maynard, MA - 978-790-8888

中国: 福建省南平市武夷山市三菇度假区角亭街668号武夷水庄二期

China: Wuyi Water Village, Er Qi, 668 Jiaoting St., Sangu Resort, Wu Yi Shan, Nanping, Fujian, China

China retreat center located at Wuyi Mountain: 

Ba Jiao Ting Rd, Shui Zhuan D square #1 ,  Wu Yi Shan City, Fu Jian, China


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