Now Accepting new patients into Community Acupuncture with Tali Weinberg R.Ac.
KokoroCare offers treatments that empower your body to recover from illness, heal from injury, and enhance the quality of your health.
ko·ko·ro, n. 心 heart; mind; spirit, consciousness.
At KokoroCare, we use acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat a wide range of health issues. Our medicine is wholistic in that we consider your organism as a whole. Our approach is heart-centred. Our methods are based on time-honoured traditions; natural medicine to bring balance and harmonize mind, body, spirit. Kokoro is the Japanese word for heart, but it carries more meaning than just the organ name. Kokoro implies the essence of one's Self resides not in the brain, but in the Heart. Ancient Eastern traditions place the Heart as the prime ruler of the body; the Empress, King, or monarch, dutifully responsible for the health and coordination of the entire environment that we call our bodies. In English we may say, 'to speak from one's heart', or 'to have a heart-to-heart', when we imply we connect deeply with another person.
Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, in good standing with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture ; 2014
Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine,
Yo San University; 2013
Bachelors of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences, Major in Botany, Minor in Environmental Ecology;
McGill University; 2009
Adam's clinical experience began on Salt Spring by providing house-calls for his patients. In May of 2015, Adam co-founded Salt Spring's first Community Acupuncture clinic at the Salt Spring Island Wellness Centre. Inspired by ancient wisdom and the healing potential of Traditional Medicine, Adam founded KokoroCare in 2019 to continue his goal to provide effective, affordable natural healing solutions to his community.
After completing a 4 year Masters of TCM program from Yo San University in Los Angeles, Adam has settled nicely into Salt Spring's embrace. When Adam is not treating patients, you'll likely find him tending his garden, growing food, or speaking passionately about health & wellness. He also finds refuge and solace in simply contemplating the beautiful interconnectedness of all things in this universe.
Masters Degree in Oriental Medicine (M.S.O.M) from Acupuncture Integrative Medicine College at UC Berkeley.
Tali spent four years studying Chinese Medicine Theory, diagnosis, acupuncture, TCM herbal medicine, nutrition, and other related modalities.
Tali brings a holistic perspective to her practice, working with her clients to harmonize with the cycles and patterns of the natural world in order to support greater health and vitality.
She also brings an extensive toolkit with which to support and witness people’s psycho-emotional experiences, enabling her to deeply hold space with warmth, care and compassion on the levels of mind, body, and spirit - all of which are dimensions of the human experience which Chinese medicine so wonderfully treats.
Tali has spent years studying and teaching permaculture and working in the realms of regenerative agriculture and food security. In addition to community acupuncture at KokoroCare, Tali also practices out of the Madrona Health Clinic in Ganges.
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