Tuesday Wasserman L.Ac., obtained her Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Chinese medicine from the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine in 2010. She is NCCAOM Board certified in acupuncture and herbal medicine and is licensed to practice acupuncture and Chinese medicine in Colorado. While qualified to treat most conditions, her interests are focused towards gynecology and women’s health.
In addition to studying Chinese medicine, Tuesday has a keen interest in medicinal herbs and makes soaps, salves, lotions and creams.
She has also studied medical qi gong extensively in Denver, Colorado and assisted in Frank Butler's clinic in Manhattan for a year and a half. More recently, she has studied using Chinese medicine to with Claudia Citkovitz at Lutheran Hospital in both the Labor and Deliver ward and the Stroke ward. She has completed her training with Claudia and has been an assistant instructor for intensive trainings at the hospital.
In addition to acupuncture and Chinese medicine, Tuesday is a DONA trained Doula and actively attends assists with births in the New York City area.
In Spring of 2017, Tuesday began supervising clinic shitfs in Labor and Delivery at Lutheran hospital for the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. In Fall of 2017, Tuesday will begin teaching internal medicine and supervising a specialty clinic in gynecology and women's health at the Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder.
Tuesday is currently completing her Doctorate in Oriental Medicine at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego and will expect to graduate in December of 2017.
Adam Wasserman L.Ac., graduated from the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine in 2011 with a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He is NCCAOM Board Cerfitied in acupuncture and herbal medicine and is licensed to practice acupuncture and Chinese medicine in New York and Colorado. In addition to his normal studies, Adam focused on physical medicine, taking additional course work in tui na (Chinese medical massage). He was also fortunate enough to be able to teach qi gong to both patients and his fellow students.
In addition to Chinese medicine, Adam has studied the Chinese martial art of ba gua zhang extensively. He began his studies in 2003 and has studied several different styles of the art including Gao Yi Sheng style, Li Zi Ming style and Beijing Gao Family style. In April of 2008, Adam traveled to Beijing to study both empty hand and sword forms with Gao Ji-Wu.
Since returning to New York, Adam has continued to study ba gua zhang under Tom Bisio and has assisted in Tom’s clinic in Manhattan for two years. Adam is a Senior Instructor for New York Internal Arts and teaches bagua zhang in private lessons and in weekend intensives.
In 2011, Adam began teaching continuing education tui na, qi gong and injury medicine for Zheng Gu Tui Na. In Spring 2014, Adam began teaching tui na and qi gong at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York. In Spring of 2017, Adam began teaching classical herbal theory focusing on Shang Han Lun, Jin Gui Yao Lue and Wen Bing at the Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder.