Edward Sullivan, Dean of Infinichi Energy Healing Institute, is a Senior iEnergy Practitioner and Trainer and has been teaching classes at Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 20 years. Edward has also practiced Infinichi Energy Healing at the WeSpark Cancer Support Center for 17 years.
Edward Sullivan has been in the Healing Arts for 30 years, a seminar lecturer, and author. In the early 80’s he migrated to Los Angeles, California where he met Hua-Ching Ni, a Taoist Master, who introduced him to the Principles of Harmony and Balance through Tai Qi and Qi Gong Movement Classes. Edward became a student of the Ni family tradition and a Certified Qi Gong and Tai Qi instructor. Edward began studying Taoism and eventually became a “Mentor” in The Integral Way Society (an organization dedicated to balance and harmony) as well as a “Spiritual Coach.’ He became a Senior Instructor and has taught Fundamentals of Taoism and various QiGong classes at Yo San University of Acupuncture for the past 15 years.
Several years ago Edward became inspired by InfiniChi QiGong, sometimes called, “Medical QiGong” or “Acupuncture without Needles,” and became a Practitioner. In 2007, Edward became a Certified InfiniChi Teacher, and currently teaches the InfiniChi QiGong Program at Yo San University. He also practices InfiniChi at the “weSpark” cancer support center in Sherman Oaks and at his office in Chatsworth. Edward uses a combination of Chinese Medical Theory, QiGong Movements, Sounds, along with Guided Visualizations to help cleanse the body of toxins, and heavy emotions. (This can help strengthen the immune system and relieve side effects from strong medicines.)
Ed considers himself very fortunate to continue to study with the Ni family, part of a lineage of 38 generations of Acupuncturists. Hua Ching Ni and his two sons Dr. Daoshing Ni and Dr. Maoshing Ni have authored over 80 books on health and healing. The Ni Family lineage and tradition is dedicated to teaching the Balance of Mind, Body and Spirit.
Hua-Ching Ni is an author, teacher and physician of Traditional Chinese Medicine who addresses the essential nature of human life and assists people with their personal growth and spiritual development.
Known to all who love and respect him as OmNi, he was raised in a long family tradition of healing and spirituality and spent his youth learning from highly achieved masters in the mountains of China . He is the beneficiary of a broad spiritual tradition passed down since the golden age of China .
OmNi writes in Chinese and English on ancient philosophy, Integral medicine, acupuncture and herbology, spiritual cultivation, Chinese astrology, Tai Chi Chuan, Chi Gong, meditation and related subjects. His writing springs from his life experience, teaching and spiritual development.
He has lectured world-wide on spiritual truth, philosophy, and special practices for building a natural, healthy life and cultivating spiritual growth. OmNi’s practice of Chinese medicine and acupuncture spans over half a century in China and the West. He is also a founder and Chancellor Emeritus of Yo San University; School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Los Angeles , California .
DR. DAOSHING NI, D.O.M, L.AC., PH.D, DIPL.C.H.
Dr. Dao is a Licensed Acupuncturist in the State of California and is a Diplomat of Chinese Herbology NCCA. Dr. Dao has been active in the TCM profession as well as professional organizations. He was an examiner for the California Acupuncture Committee and also participated in the Chinese Herbology Exam development for NCCA. Well known and respected for his special interest in reproductive and gynecological conditions. Dr. Dao is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Pacific Coast Fertility Society, and American Association of Oriental Medicine.
DR. MAOSHING NI, L.AC., D.O.M., PH.D., DIPL. C.H., DIPL. ABAAP
Dr. Mao is a Licensed Acupuncturist, a Diplomat of Chinese Herbology and a Diplomat in Anti-Aging. He is currently in general practice with special interest in immune, hormonal and aging related conditions. He was awarded the Outstanding Acupuncturist of the Year Award in 1987. Dr. Mao along with his brother (Dr. Dao) and their father founded Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Santa Monica. He is currently director and a professor of Chinese medicine at Yo San University. Dr. Mao is a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, the AOM ALLIANCE, American Society of Acupuncturist, the American Association of Acupuncturist & Oriental Medicine and National certification Commission for Acupuncturist & Oriental Medicine Diplomat in Chinese Herbology.