Jasmine’s interest in Chinese Medicine stems from her training in Chinese martial arts and qigong, with which the medicine shares much history and philosophy. When acupuncture treatments ostensibly for sports injuries began improving her digestion, sleep, and asthma symptoms, Jasmine was impressed with the power of this holistic medicine. She continued to get treatments during pregnancy and beyond, and was inspired to pursue a career in mind-body health.
Prior to studying acupuncture, Jasmine worked as a graphic designer, taught kung fu in elementary schools, and ran her own kung fu school in Brooklyn, NY. A mother of two, Jasmine is a musician and singer and performs in the Boston area in various bands. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and from all walks of life.
Read Jasmine's interview in Boston Voyager here: http://bostonvoyager.com/interview/meet-jasmine-moran-jasmine-acupuncture-somerville/
New England School of Acupuncture
MA in Acupuncture
New York University
Bachelors of Science in Studio Art
Minor in Music Performance and French
Jasmine received training in orthopedic acupuncture with Steve Cina and Kiiko-Style Acupuncture under Marcus Schulkind. She has worked with pediatric patients at Boston Medical Center and is also trained in Shakuju, a Japanese non-insertive technique suitable for children and needle-sensitive patients.