Jeannie M. Heroux, NP
Practicing Tai Chi Chu’an throughout the years, and a current member of the Cape Cod Tai Chi Club, Jeannie became involved in Qigong 10 years ago with David Silver (Cape Cod Qigong); she has also studied with Grandmaster Dr. Yang, Jwing Ming (Yang Martial Arts Association in Jamaica Plain) and extensively with Dr. Aihan Kuhn, CMD (New England School of Tai Chi and author of “Simple Chinese Medicine”), completing Qigong Instructor certification program and Advanced Qigong Instructor certification program with Dr. Kuhn. She is an annual presenter at the yearly Tai Chi Conference in Boston.
Jeannie draws thenatural world into everyday ordinary and non-ordinary reality. It is only “natural” that the ancient Taoist shamans used Qigong as a means to connect to subtle energies. She currently teaches Qigong (please see “Course Schedule” for class location, dates and times) Jeannie studied Tui Na practice through Tom Tam in Chinatown, Boston. She is a member of the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia (AOBTA.) Join us in building a “Stronger Spirit,” utilizing a holistic approach.
Aside from her involvement in eastern treatment modalities, Jeannie is a licensed, Board-certified Adult Medical Nurse Practitioner and Board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis, MA. She holds a Master’s Degree in Science from the University of Missouri – Columbia and Post-Master’s from University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Jeannie is also a musician, singer and songwriter, having played professionally in California, Boston and on the Cape.