About Integrative Healing Arts
Skilled and compassionate expertise integrating the wisdom of ancient Eastern healing traditions with Western philosophies in a nurturing environment.
About Tsao-Lin E. Moy
L.Ac., MSOM, LMT, C. SMA
Tsao-Lin, has over 17 years of experience with helping couples conceive using fertility acupuncture and Chinese medicine. It is her integrative approach, using the ancient Eastern philosophy and healing methods and supporting Western scientific paradigms of health. This is a powerful combination that helps patient learn how to heal so they can take charge of their health destiny.
Tsao started her career in the corporate world, but after 10 years as a successful executive, it had become a draining and uninspiring environment for Tsao. She felt called to a different path, one that would bring meaning and purpose to her life and allow her to help others in significant ways. This path became a journey into the ancient healing traditions of Eastern Medicine.
She received her Masters of Oriental Medicine at Tri-State College of Acupuncture, and currently serves as a senior clinical faculty member there. An experienced and highly trained licensed acupuncturist and healer, she serves patients in the New York City area and continues to study the ancient healing arts and the art of classical Chinese medicine. Much of her work focuses on teachings of master practitioner Kiiko Matsumoto. Today, Tsao teaches Kiiko Matsumoto style of acupuncture in the graduate and postgraduate doctoral level programs. Supervises in the physician certification program.
Tsao is a NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) Diplomat in Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. She has completed post graduate studies in classical Japanese herbal medicine known as Kampo and doctoral level training and certification in Sports Medicine Acupuncture®. She also served as a clinical faculty member of The Eastern School of Acupuncture and on the Board of Directors of ASNY (Acupuncture Society of New York) for 5 years.
Tsao has devoted her career to helping others using the ancient healing traditions of the East. Her approach is to balance and heal the whole body on the physical, emotional, energetic and spiritual levels.
About the practice
Integrative Healing Arts is conveniently located in the heart of New York City’s Union Square neighborhood. The quiet, intimate office is an oasis of healing in the hustle and bustle of NYC. Whether you are seeking treatment for a particular imbalance or looking to discover your optimal state of well being, the passionate and skilled practitioners at Integrative Healing Arts are here to help.
Eastern and Western philosophies are used in conjunction to not only treat illness but to explore greater states of well being. Acupuncture with other Asian therapies such as moxibustion, cupping, GuaSha, and various forms of massage and herbal medicine are incorporated to address your health concerns.
Does one size fit all?
Standardized treatments are not effective in the long term. I have departed from the quick fix, "need" based sessions. This is not optimal health and is based on a “broken and fix” model.
Each person that I work with comes with their own unique experiences and health goals.
There is a certain level of commitment that is necessary to achieve a high level of health and healing and this happens in an on-going program format.
In my programs, you will experience expertise, guidance, support and personal attention that address your underlying health issues.
The commitment between practitioner and patient is emphasized in balancing and healing of the whole as well the community. Our approach is to balance and heal the whole person on physical, emotional, energetic and spiritual levels.
License & Certification
Education requirements and standards for practitioners vary from state to state. In New York state, only a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) can administer acupuncture. In choosing a practitioner, it’s important to inquire about their training and the studies they have undertaken. Tsao is a NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) Diplomat in Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.She served as a clinical faculty member of The Eastern School of Acupuncture and on the Board of Directors of ASNY (Acupuncture Society of New York) for 5 years. She trained extensively with Dr. Richard Bandler, the founder of Neurolinguistic Programming. Tsao is also a Certified Sports Medicine Acupuncture® Specialist, a licensed massage therapist and a graduate of the world-renowned Swedish Institute.