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Dana Garcetti Boldt, LAc
Alumnus (MTOM class of 2007)
What I love about Oriental medicine is
the long road of knowledge th...
Gaylian Hein
3rd Year Student
Gaylian Hein
3rd Year Student
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Want to know more?
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Bob Bush
1st Year Student
For me, attending acupuncture school has affirmed
the notion that one should follow one's heart....
Desmoine Boyd
3rd Year Student
Desmoine Boyd
3rd Year Student
People are always going to seek out
ways to be healthier and...
Sallie Hong
3rd Year Student
Growing up in a Korean family, I am now able
to understand and fully appreciate the remedies
...
I get to do what I love.
Being an acupuncturist and herbalist is a
natural culmination of my passions:
martial arts, Asian...
This medicine has provided me with
a skill set that allows me to work
and earn good money in most
countries of the world.
...
As I move through my professional life, I realize how
much satisfaction I get from utilizing my analytical
and scientific ...
I am proud to be a practitioner that advocates
for health and am so happy that I followed
my heart to study this medicine....
Jessica Enriquez
2nd Year Student
Jessica Enriquez
2nd Year Student
Working as a Registered Nurse, I felt something
was mi...
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10 Reasons I Went to Acupuncture School...and you should too!

  1. 1. Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu
  2. 2. Dana Garcetti Boldt, LAc Alumnus (MTOM class of 2007) What I love about Oriental medicine is the long road of knowledge that stretches ahead of me. The end of school was only the beginning of a lifetime of learning. What I love about Oriental medicine is the long road of knowledge that stretches ahead of me. The end of school was only the beginning of a lifetime of learning. Dana Garcetti Boldt, LAc Alumnus (MTOM class of 2007) www.emperors.edu Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu
  3. 3. Gaylian Hein 3rd Year Student Gaylian Hein 3rd Year Student www.emperors.edu Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu
  4. 4. Bob Bush 1st Year Student For me, attending acupuncture school has affirmed the notion that one should follow one's heart. Cultivation of passion may be the best work a person can do. Having passion for what one does is attractive, contagious, and necessary for the hard work required to succeed.the hard work required to succeed. For me, attending acupuncture school has affirmed the notion that one should follow one's heart. Cultivation of passion may be the best work a person can do. Having passion for what one does is attractive, contagious, and necessary for the hard work required to succeed. Bob Bush 1st Year Student www.emperors.edu Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu
  5. 5. Desmoine Boyd 3rd Year Student Desmoine Boyd 3rd Year Student People are always going to seek out ways to be healthier and as natural medicine continues to grow, I know I will always have a job to do. People are always going to seek out ways to be healthier and as natural medicine continues to grow, I know I will always have a job to do. www.emperors.edu Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu
  6. 6. Sallie Hong 3rd Year Student Growing up in a Korean family, I am now able to understand and fully appreciate the remedies and wisdom my family has been using for generations. I love that I am part of a medicine that is becoming recognized as being much more than just an ancient remedy, but a viable solution to improving our healthcare system. Sallie Hong 3rd Year Student Growing up in a Korean family, I am now able to understand and fully appreciate the remedies and wisdom my family has been using for generations. I love that I am part of a medicine that is becoming recognized as being much more than just an ancient remedy, but a viable solution to improving our healthcare system. www.emperors.edu Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu
  7. 7. I get to do what I love. Being an acupuncturist and herbalist is a natural culmination of my passions: martial arts, Asian culture and helping others. I get to access all parts of who I am. Jordan Hoffman, LAc Alumnus (MTOM class of 2006) I get to do what I love. Being an acupuncturist and herbalist is a natural culmination of my passions: martial arts, Asian culture and helping others. I get to access all parts of who I am. Jordan Hoffman, LAc Alumnus (MTOM class of 2006) www.emperors.edu Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu
  8. 8. This medicine has provided me with a skill set that allows me to work and earn good money in most countries of the world. John Simmonds, LAc Alumnus (MTOM class of 2008) This medicine has provided me with a skill set that allows me to work and earn good money in most countries of the world. John Simmonds, LAc Alumnus (MTOM class of 2008) www.emperors.edu Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu
  9. 9. As I move through my professional life, I realize how much satisfaction I get from utilizing my analytical and scientific mind, while also being creative and contributing to the betterment of other people. Acupuncture is the only job that accomplishes all three every day. It’s a dream. It also doesnʼt hurt that I get to be my own boss, make my own schedule, set my workload and make good money. Russell Brown, LAc Alumnus (MTOM class of 2007) As I move through my professional life, I realize how much satisfaction I get from utilizing my analytical and scientific mind, while also being creative and contributing to the betterment of other people. Acupuncture is the only job that accomplishes all three every day. It’s a dream. It also doesnʼt hurt that I get to be my own boss, make my own schedule, set my workload and make good money. Russell Brown, LAc Alumnus (MTOM class of 2007) www.emperors.edu Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu
  10. 10. I am proud to be a practitioner that advocates for health and am so happy that I followed my heart to study this medicine. There were people who doubted the likelihood of me having a successful practice because Oriental medicine is not yet mainstream; let me assure you, they were wrong! Kerri Myatt , LAc Alumnus (MTOM class of 2008) I am proud to be a practitioner that advocates for health and am so happy that I followed my heart to study this medicine. There were people who doubted the likelihood of me having a successful practice because Oriental medicine is not yet mainstream; let me assure you, they were wrong! Kerri Myatt , LAc Alumnus (MTOM class of 2008) www.emperors.edu Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu
  11. 11. Jessica Enriquez 2nd Year Student Jessica Enriquez 2nd Year Student Working as a Registered Nurse, I felt something was missing and wanted to experience health and healing from another perspective. Now I am learning to hold the knowledge of both western and eastern medicine to make my practice more complete and satisfying. Working as a Registered Nurse, I felt something was missing and wanted to experience health and healing from another perspective. Now I am learning to hold the knowledge of both western and eastern medicine to make my practice more complete and satisfying. www.emperors.edu Want to know more? admissions@emperors.edu www.qiblog.emperors.edu

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