Daniel Johnson, DMQ LAc

 

Daniel is the Clinical Director of the WAY Wellness Center.  As a western Pennsylvania native, he was raised to appreciate the healing power drawn from living in balance with the seasonal variations of nature.  

 

Daniel graduated from AOMA: Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas completing an extensive four-year program in Acupuncture, Herbology, Western Medicine, and Asian Bodywork Therapy.  He has studied in China at the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  He is a Doctor of Medical QiGong.

 

With a strong background in psychology, biology, and classical Chinese medicine,  Daniel in an expert in mind-body studies and natural healing practices.  As a certified yoga instructor, medical QiGong therapist, and certified Tea Master he teaches his clients how to regain balance in their daily lives through the usage of diet, breathing, movement, and meditation.

 

Daniel uses the tools of acupuncture, bodywork, herbal medicine, moxibustion, cupping, nutritional therapy, and Qigong (mind-body exercise) to empower and heal his clients.

 

He specializes in treating both internal and external conditions of chronic degeneration including conditions involving the respiratory, digestive, cardiovascular and nervous system.

 

He is experienced in reproductive health and natural fertility enhancement.

 

Availability:  Monday 9 - 7, Wednesday 9 - 7, Thursday 9 - 7



Daniel Johnson, DMQ LAc instructs the following:
  • Healthy Transition to Winter
  • Healthy Transition to Winter
     
    In this class you will learn a variety of QiGong meditation techniques that will assist your mind and body in smoothy transitioning into the season of winter.  Chinese medicine teaches us a variety of techniques used for seasonal attunement.
     
    Applying the foundations of QiGong we will refine our daily practice to strengthen our immune systems, develop our protective energy, and contain the warmth of our body as we enter into the deep cold of the approaching Winter.
     
    We will explore:
    • Herbal medicine to build circulation, immunity, and core warmth
    • Breathing practices that are used to generate heat and enhance circulation
    • Standing and moving QiGong practices to build defensive energy
    • Practical progressive outdoor exercises used to embrace the coolness of fall
    This class is open to beginner and advanced interested in deepening their meditation and QiGong practice.   
     
    Cost $40, Limited Seating, Pre-Registration is Required.
     
    Instructed by Daniel Johnson, DMQ, LAc.