Over the past 40 years, Edward Sullivan has been in the healing arts as a practitioner, a teacher, a seminar leader, and an author. 

In the early 1980’s Ed met Hua Ching Ni, a renowned Taoist teacher, who introduced him to the Principles of Harmony and Balance through Tai Qi and Qi Gong Movement classes. Ed became a devoted student and eventually a Certified Qi Gong and Tai Qi instructor in the Ni family tradition.

He then began studying Taoism at the College of Tao where the programs and teachings are broadly known as The Integral Way which means the art of living a natural and balanced life. Eventually, he became a certified Mentor in The Integral Way, a Spiritual Coach, and a teacher of the Fundamentals of Taoism.

For over 25 years he has been teaching as a Senior Instructor at Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

In the early-2000s, Ed was introduced to InfiniChi Medical Qi Gong, sometimes called Medical QiGong or Acupuncture Without Needles. This was a major turning point for him. He was so inspired by its power and the potential of it, he knew he had to become a practitioner. In 2007, he certified and eventually went on to become Dean of The InfiniChi Medical Qi Gong Institute, a position he has held for over 10 years.

Ed considers himself very fortunate to be able to continue to study with the Ni family, a lineage of 38 generations of Traditional Chinese Medicine physicians and acupuncturists. Hua Ching Ni and his two sons Dr. Daoshing Ni and Dr. Maoshing Ni have authored over 100 books, DVDs, and CDs on health, healing, and spiritual growth. 

In addition to his work with Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and The College of Tao, Ed has worked for over 20 years as a volunteer at the WeSpark Cancer Support Center in Sherman Oaks, CA where he provides individual InfiniChi Energy Healing treatment sessions and a weekly Qi Gong Meditations for Cancer Support and Prevention class.