Scott Suvow was introduced to Chinese Medicine in 1969 while studying Tai Chi Chuan with Grandmaster William Chen in New York City. The Tai Chi movements gave him first hand experience with the vital energy known as Qi. This unique experience reinforced his belief system in the whole spectrum of the Chinese Healing Arts. He has made it a life long study ever since. His teachers include Mantak Chia, Stephen Chang, Nancy and Michael Zeng, John Lindseth, Kezhuang Zhao, and other distinguished scholars. He is a graduate of the Tao of Healing Arts—School of Classical Chinese Herbology, and holds certification in Classical Chinese Herbology – Foundation of Tao – under the direction of Dr. Stephen Chang. He earned his Master of Oriental Medicine Degree at the International Institute of Chinese Medicine, Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is National Board Certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology (NCCAOM). He is licensed in New York and is in private practice in New York City. Scott employs a subtle approach to healing and modalities include Acupuncture, Acupressure-Tuina, Chinese Herbology, Bach Flower Essences, Chinese Medicine Food Therapy, and Internal Exercises.
Joy settles within the heart
But has winged its way from the secret
place within the head.
I am that bird of joy
Therefore with joy I serve.