Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts Graduation, Thursday, May 12


Our Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) program offers comprehensive training in the ancient traditions of classical Chinese medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The four-year degree program is steeped in classical training and practices and is centered around each student’s personal cultivation and growth. Faculty members bring years of practical experience into the classroom, helping students learn beyond what can be conveyed through textbooks. The supportive classroom environment allows students to learn effectively and feel comfortable putting theories into practice in a clinical setting. From mastering fundamental skills to gaining the confidence to begin successful practices as independent healthcare providers, we prepare students for success.

Daoist Traditions College Graduation Ceremony will honor and celebrate the next step for our graduates, moving one step closer to their goal of becoming a licensed acupuncturist.

LOCATION: 130 Sardis Road, Asheville, N.C.

TIME: 2:00 pm

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day, officially observed on October 24, is part of an effort to increase public awareness of the progress, promise, and benefits of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine. Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day is supported through a unique international partnership of organizations in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The partnership includes professional associations, research organizations and educational institutions.

Founded by a group of accomplished practitioners, Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts began with solidarity of purpose: Striving to help restore the ancient traditions by sharing our clinical experience and passion for Chinese Medicine. We also believe that comprehensive education can prepare students for success. The name Daoist Traditions comes from the close relationship between the Dao and Chinese Medicine. This union has existed since the ancient beginnings of the Chinese culture. Oriental Medicine, much like the philosophical tradition of Daoism, encourages us to live in harmony with the seasons and to follow the principles of nature as a model for the ideal life.


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