Brian’s tai chi-based style of bodywork integrates a gentle form of meridian massage (TuiNa), acupuncture, medical qigong, Jin Shin Jyutsu acupressure, herbs, and magnet therapy.
Sessions generally begin with a dynamic, yet soft style of Tui Na that relaxes and opens the body. Brian’s Tui Na is based on a listening touch that feels how the body moves (or doesn’t move) and helps to return the body to balance and alignment. Brian is well known for his skillful ability to meet clients wherever they are at and then create a session that leaves them feeling enlivened and resilient.
To schedule an appointment, please call Brian at 510.428.0459. Brian receives a large number of calls, and so it may take a little while to return messages. He appreciates and values your interest, so please feel free to call and leave him another message if you do not hear back from him in 3 business days.
Please provide 48 hours’ notice for cancellations or rescheduling.
Fees and Payments
Payment by cash or check at the time of service is appreciated. Fees for private appointments are $125 for 75 minutes; $150 for 90 minutes.
About Sessions with Brian
“I have been seeing Brian for the past 2 years for the chronic back pain. Not only my back is doing much better, my overall health dramatically improved, thanks to his generous advice and extensive knowledge of Chinese medicine. Brian truly loves his profession and puts his heart and soul into his work. I highly recommend his services.” -Tamara G.; Berkeley
“He is the very best and combines different modalities for unmatched healing and well-being of his clients. A true gem. Will not find another person like this, with this much experience, and this much giving..”-Alex K., El Sobrante
The services offered are based on Brian’s training and certification as a practitioner of Acupuncture, Acupressure, QiGong, and Jin Shin Jyutsu. Brian is a licensed Acupuncturist and is certified in California by the CAMTC as a CMT (#59253).
Brian is not a licensed physician or mental health professional. Many of the modalities above are considered alternative or complementary to healing arts services licensed by California and are not a substitute for medical or psychological treatment.