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Midwest College of Oriental Medicine (Oriental Medicine)
Same as above (Master's)
national college of naprapathic medicine (Other)
Dr. Tony DN, LAc, MSEd., MSOM, CMT, CH lived and worked in China for 12 years where he studied Mandarin, Tai Chi, Tui Na, Thai massage, Chinese Medicine, painting, and calligraphy. He was the undefeated 1988/89 US National Tai Chi Push Hands Champion and was a 3 time US Middleweight Team member to the Tai Chi Internationals in China. Tony returned from China in 2000 and then graduated from the Soma Institute for clinical massage in 2001. In 2004 he was certified as a Clinical Hypnotist by the Liedecker Institute. Then in 2005 he graduated from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine with a BSN and MSOM. Besides Thai, Tui Na, and Swedish massage, he has also explored Shiatsu, Reflexology, Okazaki Method, and Hodo Taiso. In 2009 he graduated from the National College of Naprapathic Medicine. Dr. Zayner taught Tai Chi , Thai Massage, Tui Na, and Basic Sciences at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine from 2006-2011. From 2009-2013 he taught Applied BioMechanics, Advanced Naprapathic Technique, Clinical Nutrition, Kinesiology, and other types of Manual Medicine at NCNM. He was also the Asian Studies director at New School for Massage in Chicago’s West loop. He frequently lectures at colleges, seminars, and conferences on Taoist philosophy, Kinesiology, Anatomy, Nutrition, Thai Massage, Tui Na, Hypnosis, and Tai Chi.
Dr. Tony DN, LAc, MSEd., MSOM, CMT, CH lived and worked in China for 12 years where he studied Mandarin, Tai Chi, Tui Na, Thai massage, Chinese Medicine, painting, and
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I have a BS in Nutrition and taught Nutrition at National College of Naprapathic Medicine.