“The techniques that we use to relieve pain in some respect are not as important as the orientation. One needs to certainly have a nice broad toolset of ways to intervene technically but I think even more important is developing a view and capacity to see as deeply as possible.“
~ Taran Rosenthal
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In this podcast, I interviewed an interesting guest, Taran Daniel Rosenthal a Diplomate of Acupuncture and a Licensed Acupuncturist.
He has been a student of healing for the past 26 years. He graduated from the Academy of Somatic Healing Arts, Atlanta, Georgia in 1996. He graduated from Naropa University, Boulder, Colorado in 2000, with an interdisciplinary BA in Buddhism, psychology, and the body.
Taran maintains an active movement practice including, but not limited to nei-gong, Ba-Gua, Systema, juggling, and improvisational explorations. All of this enriches and deepens his work as a practitioner of Chinese medicine.
Taran has facilitated transformational healing workshops, and retreats, in the United States, Canada, and Brazil. He has taught dance, Pilates, yoga, meditation, and nei gong.