Eileen Murray

About Me

I began my studies of acupuncture and Chinese medicine in 1987.  I had the great fortune to study at the New England School of Acupuncture, the oldest acupuncture school in the nation.  (It is now a part of the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.)  There I studied with teachers who trained under Dr. James Tin Yao So, the founder of our school.  I trained, as well, with internationally known teachers of Japanese acupuncture Kiiko Matsumoto and Stephen Birch, along with many other expert teachers. 

My dear friend and mentor, Ching Ling Kung, taught me so much through her dedication to her family, her never ending study of Chinese Medicine, and her kindness and compassion for those who sought her services.

I continued to deepen my healing skills through additional training, including the study of Usui Reiki and becoming a Reiki Master Teacher.  I then pursued in-depth study of Tuina, a form of Asian bodywork therapy, at the Charles River Institute for Inner and Healing Arts.  I am fortunate, as well, to have studied biodynamic craniosacral therapy with Patrick Cunningham, L.Ac.

Integral to my practice is the encouragment of clients to engage in their own healing.  The energetic and hands-on techniques I use help to dispel symptoms and to create an opening or space for the deeper healing that many of us seek.