by Setareh Moafi, Ph.D., L.Ac.
I frequently get asked how and why I thought to integrate Yoga and Chinese Medicine, and how I turned this fusion into a thriving business.
Having lived in various countries as a political refugee during my childhood, the desire to learn about different cultures, traditions and people has always come naturally to me. So blending practices from different cultures, including that of my Iranian heritage, was an organic process in some ways.
Turning my passions and interests into a business however was not something I planned, but it's led me to learn, grow and find greater fulfillment than I could have imagined.
A little while ago, my friend Tina Deane Coddington invited me to do an interview for her podcast, the Healing Business Podcast (which you can download through iTunes).
Our conversation led me to share what it took for me to develop a flourishing integrative healing business practice with my husband, Salvador.
In the interview, I share why Yoga and Chinese Medicine create a perfect synthesis, as well as personal insights and habits for success that I think will benefit you.
You can listen to the full interview by pressing play below. And please feel free to share it with anyone you think it may help or inspire.
Once you’ve listened, I'd love to hear what insights you gained in the comments below.
With love and gratitude,
Special thanks to Tina Deane Coddington and the Healing Business Podcast. Listen to all the episodes on iTunes.
Setareh Moafi, Ph.D., L.Ac. is Co-Owner and Director of A Center for Natural Healing in Santa Clara, California, a health and wellness clinic that specializes in Classical Chinese Medicine and Traditional Japanese Acupuncture. Setareh offers clinical services and transformational workshops that blend the ancient practices of Classical Chinese Medicine and Yoga. More information at www.setarehmoafi.com and www.acenterfornaturalhealing.com.