Aaron Li - Aaron Li currently goes to the University of Michigan for Economics BBA degree. He studies part time our school. Aaron worked in the
Meijer- Chinese Acupressure Massage store. His specialty is upper and lower back. If you are interested, you may reach him
at 734 731 9188. His rate is $65.
Li Coger - Dr. Li is the founder of Chinese Acupressure Massage School. Her goal is to have Chinese acupressure/ acupuncture benefit more people in the world. Aside from teaching, she also does acupuncture and massage. Her massage rate is $85/hr. Dr.li gets annual invitations from the University of Michigan to do acupuncture demo. For more information on acupuncture please visit:
Lin Cao - Lin Cao's specialties are at
cupping and acupressure massage. Lin Cao use to work in our Meijer store. Lin Cao's store is located in Windsor, Canada.
Xuntang Wang - Xuntang Wang was a business professional in China. He was the president of a
textile manufacturing company. After immigrated to America, he realized that traditional massage therapy was popular. Prior
to his business career he practiced Tai Chi, and Qigong, and knowledgeable in acupressure. He is a manager working at
Oakland Mall now.
Amy Yong- Amy is a high energy and hard working girl. Amy used to work in our Meijer store. Amy knows many styles of massage, lomi lomi, Swedish and barefoot. Amy currently teaches in our school the lomi lomi, and Swedish and barefoot techniques. Amy's barefoot techniques are very popular. If interested, you may contact Amy: 734.883.2275. Amy's rate is $85 per hour.
Sou Yi - Sou Yi currently goes to the University of Michigan for English degree. She studies part time our school.
David Te - David Te is a Huron High School graduate. David currently going to Eastern Michigan University and going to our school part time. David Te is learning acupuncture in our school.
Yanwen Liu - Yanwen Liu used to work at Westland Mall for Taiji wellness. He is a hard worker.
Yanqiu Liu - YanQiu Liu work experience includes three years at Tai JI Witness Company with locations at Ann Arbor Briar Mall, Westland Mall, and Oakland Mall. YanQiu is a dedicated hard worker with exceptionally good customer skills. Many of her customers come back. Her specialty is neck and lower back. She opened a new shop, named < KJ foot & body acupressure > location at:
Westfield Franklin park
5001 Monroe street
Toledo, OH. 43623
She is also a Professor for our school to teach
Yuejia Li - Yuejia Li used to work for Taiji Wellness store in Briarwood mall. His is a part time student in our school.
Zhiqi Ni - Zhiqi Ni is a professional foot-reflexology masseur. He used to work in our Meijer store. He now has an own store in Windsor, Canada.
Yuan Zhang - Dr.Yuan Zhang graduated from Xi'an Jiaotong University Medical School 1987 in China. He is currently practicing undergoing the training for surgical first assistant. And he is also working as an assistant professor for Chinese Acupressure Massage School (Anatomy). He uses to work under Chiropractic Dr. Tobias. In Ann Arbor Michigan. In our school, He is doing acupuncture and Acupressure Massage.
Fugang Zhou - Fugang Zhou experience includes two years at Tai JI Wellness with locations at Briarwood Mall, Westland Mall, and Oakland Mall. He is a dedicated hard worker with exceptionally good customer skills. He is learning Acupuncture now in our school and has him own store in Novi city, called < Relax & Wellness Center > in 2nd floor Twelve Oaks Mall. Call his for an appointment. 734.272.5962. If you print out this page to planning with him spending one hour massage, he will be glad to give you a 10-minute massage extra for free.
Jiangmei Pi - Ms. Pi is a hard worker. After Ms. Pi moved to Michigan, she has been working in Taiji Wellness. She is about to open her own store soon.
Yusong Bai - Dr.Bai graduated from Anhui institute Traditional Chinese Medicine, China. She is an instructor in our school, teaching body structure and theory. Dr.Bai gets annual invitations from the University of Michigan to do acupuncture demo. She used to work for Dr. Tobias as well as our
Aaron Owen - Aaron Owen has always been fascinated with the Chinese culture as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine. Aaron Owen is a part time student in our school.
Alice Lee - Alice has been doing massage for over 10 years. Ever since acupressure massage becomes popular in the USA, Alice enrolled in our school to study part time. Alice currently works in the Northwest Airport massage spa. She also doing:
Eye candling - $20.00
Foot SPA - $15.00
Full body - $60.00
Chain massages - $1/minutes
Hand/foot paraffin - $10.00
Jisun Cui - Jisun Cui is a sweet Korean girl. She graduated from our school. She works hard and now have her own store in Chicago.
Bin Cheng - Cheng Bin furthered her education in our school. She learned the unique characteristics of the Euro-American's body structure and learned how to communicate efficiently with her patients using English. Her specialty is to treat pain for the back and the spine area, as well as below the waist. She had worked in Tai Ji Wellness in the Briarwood Mall and the Westland Mall. Now she is working in Oakland Mall. Recently, her husband opened a new store called located at the Twelve Oaks Mall. She works there during her time off. Her phone number is 734-272-6103
Tianqi Wang - Tian Qi's English name is Tom. Tom always dreamt of being the Traditional Chinese Medicine field. He pursued his dream for the past 20 years. He was fascinated by the Chinese culture as well as Chinese medicine from a very young age. As a result, Tom had studied many years of qigong, acupuncture massage and the prescription Chinese medicine. Tom had many years of rich clinical experience in the field of Acupressure massage. Tom combined the techniques of wellness massage and medical massage together and created massage miracles. His pinch-pressing technique of relaxing the muscle's tension on the waist area was unique and revolutionary in our school. This technique requires strength from the fingers, palm, wrist, and arm joining together with swift execution. This technique works very well for joint problems around the waist area. If you would like to experience this miracle massage, you may get touch with Tom. < Chinese Acupressure Massage > in Lansing Mall in Michigan. The Store number: (517)886-9689 His cell phone number is (313)641-7015.
Zhuohua Zhang - Zhuohua was a Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor in China before immigrating to the US. She worked in Zhongshan hospital, a fairly renowned hospital in China, and her patients came from all over China to see her. An interesting story about Zhuo Hua: she had an American patient, who travels between China and USA frequently for business reasons. Every time he is in china, he would seek her for Acupressure massage. When the patient found out that Zhuo Hua moved the US, he was full of disappointment because he lived in California and Zhuo Hua is living in Michigan. Our school has adjusted the course material according to Zhuo Hua's background knowledge and experience of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Zhuo Hua passed the our Advance Placement Examination Test, and with her exceptional score, we exempted her from taking Fundamentals of Acupressure, Basic Acupressure, and Intermediate Acupressure, courses and allowed her to directly enter the Documented Clinical Practice phase. With her experience and skill and the combination of what she learned in our school, she was able to find a job very quickly upon the arrival to the US.
Yixiang Yan - Yan Yixiang joined our school in March 8, 2009. He had previous knowledge of the Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. He is currently studying the international codes for each acupuncture point in our school. Yan is learning how to better comprehend with his patients using English jargons related to diagnose and consultation. He will get a solid grasp of 152 acupuncture points as well as its international codes on the human body. Yan will also complete 650 hours learning, which includes the theoretical and the clinical training. With regards to his test evaluations and customer feedback reports, please check back on our website. If you would love a free massage, and also willing to participate for the students' examinations please contact 734-883-0192 (Each of our student will need 7 different customers. We are not selective on our customers, so it doesn't matter if you are a male, female, tall, short, overweight, or underweight. Everyone who participate will enjoy one-hour-free-massage)
Theresa Min - Theresa found our school through an online search. After consulting with us, she decided to study acupuncture and acupressure massage. She is looking forward to the practical and hands-on clinical practices our school has to offer. Her goal is to become an acupuncturist. Also, she is currently pursuing a MD of Human Anatomy in Buemount Hospital Anatomy; Theresa will have the upper edge as an acupuncturist.
Yinyan Xu - Yinyan graduated from the Beijing Medical College with Traditional Chinese Medicine as her major. At the same time, she studied basic courses on human anatomy, physiology and the department of pediatrics. Yinyan once had clinical work experience with Traditional Chinese Medicine such as acupuncture; shiatsu and massage in Xuanwu Hospital, Beijing, China (over 800 hours). She had earned a title of "intermediate doctor in charge" in China. Since 2006 until present day, she have been working for Tai Ji Wellness Company (Briarwood Mall nearby Macy's) and Super Life (nearby Oakland Mall Olga's Kitchen) doing Chinese acupressure point massage work. School evaluation: Yinyan's entrance examination and customer evaluation both agrees that Yinyan is well qualified for massage work. Yinyan was exempted from classes. More over, she is qualified as an instructor in our school. (Customer feedback)
Huiyun Li - I came to the state of Michigan in 2008. My husband had lumbar disorder & sciatica. We tried to seek treatment from the hospitals but we had to luck. Later, I recommended him to Traditional Chinese Medicine - Acupuncture and Massage. After searching online, my husband and I decided to see Dr. Li Coger. The treatments were very effective and my husband could feel the results after the first few treatments and it worked like a miracle. My whole family was very happy.
In China, I had some understanding and interest for acupuncture and massage treatment. I also learned some fundamental knowledge regarding acupuncture. After my husband's treatment and saw how much better he became. I also hope to become the angel in white coat like Dr. Li Coger, to give other people help. I wish to remove the pain from others as my husband once had. Recently, I started studying acupuncture and massage under Dr. Li Coger. I am also doing many hands on acupuncture treatments myself under her supervision. I goal is to become an acupuncturist. (Customer feedback) "Huiyun is not only a good mother but also a good wife. Her selfless care and devotion to her husband has the undeniable. She really showed the good traditions of an eastern woman. Our School is very proud of her. She is hard working and has good initiative. Recently she volunteered with us at Sam's Club "Health, Wellness, and safety Event. In the event she was awarded for her outstanding work."
-- Dr. Li Coger, Principle of Chinese Acupuncture Master School.
Wendy Jia - Wendy studies diligently. She is ranked among the best in our school. Wendy found our school through the internet. After the multiple telephone consultation, her first face to face interview with me was, "I want to study Acupressure points and massage in its entirety in order to succeed in obtaining from the theory to the practice." My reply was affirmative, so I assigned her to the appropriate class right away. After looking at the class schedule, Wendy became very happy and shouted, "This is exactly what I wants study!" She registered for our school right away.
Our school offers courses to fit the each student's individual capacity to learn. Wendy is a very fast learner. She was able to recognize over 50 acupressure points over one day. As Wendy said herself, "With my brain, I can memorize most of these points in one day. I can learn use half the time to learn twice the material. If I were to accept the formal training, I could achieve much knowledge." Wendy's goal is to open a shop and be her own boss. (Customer feedback)
-- Dr. Li Coger, Principle of Chinese Acupressure Massage School.
Jolanta Rode Kubiak - I met Jolanta at the beginning of May in a music festival. Jolanta had a foot reflexology booth in the corner. I went over to see how good she is; after all we are both in the therapeutic business. I went over and sure enough her foot massage was amazing. Not too different from the students who previously graduated from our school. But I wonder, why is her telephone ringing non-stop with appointment scheduling? She told me, "Oh this is very simple, I am actively participating in social events to advertise myself. Just make sure to bring enough business cards to pass out to my new customers." I introduced my school and told her that we will participate in a large-scale social activity for the first time Sam's Club of Southgate's 2nd annual Health, Wellness, and Safety Event on May 31. She said: "I have always wanted to study acupressure massage, please leave me your business card, I will contact with you."
On May 15, Jolanta called me: "I visited your website, and I willing to join in as a member. I would also be looking forward to participate in the social event on May 31 2009." These social activities we participate in not only benefit our members but also the community as a whole. After the activity, our school received many calls from people requesting Jolanta's information. Jolanta had received many foot reflexology appointments by people we met in that event. Jolanta's telephone is: 734. 262. 0044 give her a call and see how good she is for yourself.
--Principal Li Coger
Haiyan Zhong - Before I came to the United States, I studied at a health school in China, where I specialized in medicine. After graduating and receiving my diploma, I worked as a pharmacy technologist. In this position, my job included working with traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine. As I accumulated 10 years of experience in this field, I naturally developed a strong interest in medicine. After coming to the United States, I had the chance opportunity to get to know Dr. Li Coger, a teacher in massage and acupuncture therapy. I found the therapeutic area of acupuncture to be a wonderful approach to curing illnesses without the use of medication. I realized that acupuncture was the therapeutic approach that I must study! As I studied acupuncture, I also became interested in massage and other related techniques such as cupping; moxibustion . My rigorous studies and practice with numerous actual clients, has allowed me to acquire smooth massage technique and the knowledge of cupping. These skills have become more polished as I continue to add to my knowledge and skills in acupuncture. My lifelong desire continues to be helping people overcome illness with my therapeutic knowledge.
Jin E Fan - I have been working for Chinese Acupressure Massage for four yeas. I’m a hard worker. I chose to study in Chinese Acupressure Massage School because I really needed to pursue advanced studies to improve my professional skills. If I have higher skills, I can provide more effective treatment to my patients and help more patients to release their pain. My goal is to always try my best to help patients, keep improving my professional skills and contribute to the Chinese Acupressure Massage profession. My next gold is leaning Acupuncture.
Junyi Zheng - Dr. Zheng had 33 years of experience practicing acupuncture. Acupuncture to Dr. Zheng is a family tradition, and her skills were handed down generation to generation within her family. Due to her familiarity and knowledge to the human body and acupuncture, she has mastered the techniques of needle insertion. Believe it or not, within one minute Dr. Zheng could puncture about 35 needles with accurate precision. As a professional acupuncturist, her skills are to be desired and admired. Upon her arrival to the US, Dr. Zheng realized the scarcity of acupuncture practices and the high demand for acupuncture treatments. Thus Dr. Zhen is now happy and willing to teach any new student who has a passion for pursuing an acupuncture career. Most of Dr. Zheng’s patients did not come from a newspaper advertisement, but from the word of mouth. We are proud to announce that Dr. Zheng is an instructor in our school. In 2010, Dr. Zheng and Dr. Li Coger demonstrated to the honor’s students of The University of Michigan- Ann Arbor the art of acupuncture.
Transfiguracion R.Marshall - Transfiguracion is currently working as correctional facility’s officer. One of her co-workers had back pains for years and was cured by a few acupuncture treatments. Curiosity and fascination led her to her new interest in learning acupuncture. She wanted to learn acupuncture herself and cure other fellow co-workers, family, and friends.
Shang Xiao Xu - Acupuncture is here to stay. It has survived for five thousand years. It has a bright future in USA. Ten years ago, I opened my own practice in Michigan; I regularly give lectures and workshops to interested lay audiences, my community love acupuncture. In many ways, it is the superior choice because acupuncture does not have the side effects that drugs have. Again and again I see patients discover themselves through acupuncture, acupuncture helps people develop an awareness of their psyches-the emotions, memories, dreams, and ideas they have lived. Patients experience a newfound feeling of self-healing. Scalp and Ear Acupuncture. The Repair of the Brain and Nervous System. Overcoming Addictions (alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, sweet, salt, carb, food) Gynecology (menstruation, fertility, pregnancy,) Biographical information; graduate Traditional Chinese Medicine University in china 1980 working Chinese hospital 1980-1997.L.AC Licensed Acupuncturist (Wisconsin) 1997.Diplomate Acupuncture (NCCAOM). Diploma Chinese Herb logy (NCCAOM)
To whom it may concern:
I had knee problems for 35 years. I worked in Nigeria, and it was very hot. Every time I come home my knee would hurt. I came to see Dr. Li Coger for my migraine, after that was fixed, I talked to Dr. Li about my knee problem. I was treated by Dr. Li coger and Dr. Zhu Cunsan, they used moxibustion on my body. Although moxibustion has a distinct smell, it was well worth fixing my over 35 year knee problem. The Chinese medicine is amazing. I strongly recommend everyone about moxibustion and acupuncture.
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Ellen Porter - Ellen Porter is a nationally board certified (NCCAOM) and licensed Acupuncturist. She recently joined our Ann Arbor community from Baltimore, Maryland. She has her Master’s degree in Acupuncture from Tai Sophia Institute, the nation’s oldest accredited school for Acupuncture. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State University.
Currently, Ellen is on the faculty of Washtenaw Community College teaching in the Life Long Learning department. She enthusiastically brings the wisdom of Chinese Medicine to her students in the classroom though a series called “Chinese Medicine in your life series.”
With the help or our instructor Ellen Porter, our school successfully passed the NCCAOM / CEUs approval for granting CEU and a PDA provider. We will offer an "accelerated 100 days acupuncture training" lectures. We take three-in-one teaching methods, a day school studying meridian theory; a day clinical observation; daily written reports. Through this gradual approach in teaching bilingually, students will bring enthusiasm as they find themselves in the hands-on clinical practice, and less in the conventional book reading to avoid the potential dull parts. Students will witness for themselves how acupuncture changes patient’s lives one needle at a time. This lecture training could be enrolled at anytime, due to its cycling classes.
DeMario Avery is a student of life science and preventative medicine. He studies acupressure massage therapy, with plans of becoming an acupuncture practitioner from Dr. Li Coger. He is also a student of Grand Master Feolu Sekou Bomoni (Rev. Dr. Bruce Landers) in the sciences of Energetic Healing, Chi Qong, Jujitsu, and Judo, all centered around an African dance system. He is a vegan of two years and a strong advocate of conscious eating to prevent illness, while promoting preventative health. His goals are to become a Grand Master of these sciences and to pass his knowledge, wisdom, and understanding to children and young adults who are interested in holistic and alternative healing. He will eventually open a clinic of his own with a focused mission to heal those in the community, nationally, and internationally.
My name is Yuen-Chien Chen. I found the Chinese Acupressure Massage School through the internet. After speaking with Dr. Li on the phone I came down to Ann Arbor to visit the school. I arrived right as a one of Dr. Li’s patient was on their way out. The Patient told me how knowledgeable Dr. Li was and from that point I’ve been her student ever since.
My name is Li Xingfang, I study Mathematics in the University of Michigan. During summer semester, I find attending the acupuncture and acupressure classes here with Dr. Li initially out of my curiosity. Then I started seeing what acupuncture was capable of - it is very effective for alleviate pain. I thus find it very interesting. I plan to continue my studies with Dr. Li. I can't wait to learn more about Meridians.
Fuying Wang - I came to the United States for three years now and for all three years I’ve been in the massage business. I have worked in Massachusetts, Wisconsin, as massage a therapist. I love my job, because in my opinion it is a field for us Chinese to excel in. Through my working experience, I have learned more about acupressure massage as well as the American culture. At work I especially enjoy learning English words and phrases commonly used for massage to increase communication and understanding, and improve my quality of service. I was introduced to Chinese Acupressure Massage School through friends, where I learned a series of new techniques through courses of PDA / CEU (NCCAOM), I think that to be a masseuse, the most important thing is not only understand in theory, but putting theory in practice in order to improve. And this has to be done over by receiving a proper retraining to achieve the objective.
Katy - After spending years in the banking industry I was ready to try something totally different. Having a job that involves helpful direct interaction with people is very important to me. I always had an interest in both massage and Eastern Medicine, so when I heard about the school I was excited to learn about acupressure. I would like to go into business for myself, and be able to help people with my knowledge of the body meridians.
Dr. Shan Kong, licensed acupuncturist, a physician who excels in classical Chinese medicine and acupuncture, has been practicing acupuncture and Chinese medicine for over 30 years. In her youth, she experienced 10 years of upheaval during the Cultural Revolution in China; these experiences have shaped the course of her medical career and distinguished it from others.
After coming to the United States, Dr. Kong promptly passed the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) examination with the highest score and was conferred the title of Nationally Board Certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbologist in 1996. Since then, she practiced Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs at Bio Energy Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan U.S.A. until she opened her own Acupuncture and Chinese Medical Center in 2004, till present.
My name is Matthew Yaari. I am currently a student at the University of Michigan, majoring in Brain Behavior and Cognitive Science. I am working to attend medical school in the future, and I am interested in studying traditional Chinese medicine to further broaden my knowledge of the human body.
My name is Cui Jianqing. I’ve worked in the massage industry for over a year now. I respect and love this profession. I especially like to learn techniques from more experienced bodywork therapists while explore new techniques on my own, combining both, I have gained a set of unique skills myself. My specialties are treating patients with the shoulder, back and head problems and had tons of success. I want customers to get a deep relaxation. I will continue to study acupuncture, to become the Angel of Acupuncture, which brings the world wellness and a better smile.
Ruan Huang Min
My name is stephanie. I just started working for the Chinese acupressure massage school and leaning meridian for NCCAOM certified. I recently graduated from the Ann Arbor Institute of Massage Therapy September 09’. I am certified in Neuromuscular (trigger point) therapy， Myofascial release， Sports massage, and Deep Tissue. I’m also familiar with Shiatsu and Reflexology. I have warm hands, nice touch, and I’m very strong, with a relaxing Therapeutic Style. You can reach me at: 734.790.8067
Hi my name is Tom Yaari, and I am currently a student at Washtenaw Community College. I am originally from West Bloomfield Michigan and I moved to Ann Arbor to go to school and be in a college environment. I saw Chinese Acupressure as an opportunity to learn something new and useful, as well as to have a unique stable job. In the future I plan on going to law school and becoming a criminal lawyer, but for now I am eager to become a masseur. I am a friendly energetic person who loves to meet new people and joke around.
I, Zheng Qing, had engaged in teaching and clinical medicine for 20 years, has some experience in medical theory and clinical example, the body's acupuncture points, meridians and human health. Massage is now engaged in work and massage with a very high level and experience. In addition, on the sole of the foot reflexology has some experience. In Novi, Westland, and Oakland mall work. to each guest to bring health and happiness is my Purpose. Welcome to contact me 248 -835-8138.
Dr. Pi is the qi gong professor in our school. Dr. Pi has once taught Traditional Chinese Medicine in The University of Otago in New Zealand, The Central South University in China, The University of Toledo, The University of Texas and The University of Michigan. Dr. Pi has a deep understanding of the Meridian System and how it works in the Human Body. We are proud to have Dr. Pi in our school.
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