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My gateway to healing began with traditional medicine.  I graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine in 2003 and completed residency in Family Medicine in 2006.  In 2007 I had a Mind-Body awakening during a time of intense stress.  I could no longer ignore the connection between intense emotions and my physical symptoms which included migraines, insomnia, digestive issues, PMS, and beyond.  

I expanded my personal and professional journey through the study of Mind-Body Medicine in 2008.  There is a Chinese proverb, “when the student is ready, the master appears.”  In 2009, I was introduced to the work of Grand Master Nan Lu through the Tao of Medical Qigong.  I still can feel the moment when on day one of my training I read his quote 

“From the Spiritual perspective, there is no disease or illness.  There is only undiscovered purpose.”  

I went on to continue training with Grand Master Lu through advanced Tao of Medical Qigong, Chinese herbal medicine, Dragon’s Way Qigong, Breast Health Qigong, and Digesting the Universe.  In 2012, I completed a one year apprenticeship with Grand Master Lu at his practice, the Tao of Healing in NYC.  

Western and Eastern Medicine are a part of the broader (w)holistic field of all medicine.   Each field has a framework for understanding and approching symptoms and conditions.  Western Medicine is a master of the branch level of the healing tree, while Eastern addresses the root.  When we apply the concepts of modern science, we see the whole picture of wholistic health!  

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Indy Healing Center 


7771 Spring Mill Road

Indianapolis, IN 

All content on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease or condition.  You should consult with your health care provider before beginning this or any health-related or weight loss program.  Melissa Laborsky, MD 2014