Kimberly was first introduced to qigong and tai chi while earning her Masters Degree in Acupuncture at the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (Tai Sophia) in Columbia, MD. She began teaching members of her community Crane Style qigong as part of her senior project and developed a love for sharing this ancient practice with friends, family, patients and students. Over the years Kimberly has studied with many teachers, yet it was her introduction to Master Li Jun Feng at the National Qigong Conference in 1999 that had the biggest impact on her life. His message, as the conference’s keynote speaker, was that qi is unconditional love. His discussion of practicing qigong for the physical, emotional and spiritual life of the practitioner dovetailed nicely with her beliefs about health and her practice of acupuncture. Kimberly is certified to teach Qigong by Master Li Jun Feng and the International Sheng Zhen Society; is nationally certified by the NCCAOM and licensed by the states of Pennsylvania and Virginia to practice acupuncture. She has had the privilege of making presentations to such organizations as Friends of the Family of Baltimore MD; the employees Anne Arundel County Public Library; Northrup Grumman, and the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition and was the organizer of World Tai Chi Qigong Day at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis, MD from 2000-2005 and in Bloomsburg, PA at the Bloomsburg Town Park in Bloomsburg, PA. She has taught regular weekly classes in both Maryland and Pennsylvania and has had the pleasure of co-facilitating weekend Qigong and Yoga retreats with Amy Halsted. Kimberly is currently residing in Smith Mountain Lake, VA. Her personal warmth and passion for Chinese Medicine creates abundant opportunities for healing and learning for both patients and students. She is available as a presenter for workshops and retreats as well private sessions. Please contact her at email@example.com.