Degree: M.Sc., R.TCMP., R.Ac
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Email: dl@aliveholistichealth.ca

David Liang graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Science degree, specializing in physiology. He then went on to study acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine and massage at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, California. He earned his Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine in the year 2000. David has honed a practice that integrates several different modalities including the use of Restorative Yoga positions.

With this, he has found improved success in treating such conditions as women’s health concerns, fertility, chronic pain, and digestive issues while concurrently addressing posture imbalances.

David has continued to expand his breadth of acupuncture techniques and employs the particularly gentle Japanese-style.

David is a regular practitioner of meditation and was a teacher at Friends of the Heart meditation centre. He believes strongly in the positive effects of mindfulness on the body, emotions and in stress reduction. He is open to discussing specific techniques with those who are interested.

David is a member of the Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Association of Canada (CMAAC) and has been a guest speaker at Centennial College’s Massage Therapy Program. He has also appeared on Rogers Television speaking on the benefits of acupuncture.

Latest Posts by David Liang

A few weeks ago, I re-opened one of my all time favourite books, “A Path With Heart” by Jack Kornfield. This was the course text that was used in my Clinical Counseling course while I was studying TCM and...

In past newsletters, I have written on how to cultivate a calm, settled mind (Pali: Samatha) through Mindfulness. The object of Mindfulness I have written about has been associated with physical sensation in our bodies like the sensation/movement produced...

My late teacher, Catherine Jetsun-Yeshe Rathbun, used to teach a form of breath practice which she called the “Let-Go Breath“. This is a technique which involves the person paying attention to their outbreath or exhalation and silently saying to...