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At A Healing Class In Quincy, Many Patients Tap Into Hope – The Boston Globe

By Hattie Bernstein GLOBE CORRESPONDENT SEPTEMBER 08, 2017 There are 50 of us here participating in a Tong Ren class at the Oriental Culture Institute in Quincy. Suzanne Kroll has driven from Worcester. Elaine Harmon, who lives in Hyde Park, Julie Kalustian and her mom, Georgia Contes, Arlington residents, and Chuck Christian, from Randolph, had shorter commutes. Sometimes, the free weekly classes include people from across the country or around the world. A woman from San Diego stayed for two weeks. A young man from...

(Podcast) Nightside with Dan Rea – Could Tong Ren Be The Answer – 6-27-17

June 27, 2017 Medical science has made extraordinary progress over the last few decades. But sometimes, traditional medicine can only go so far. What do you do when the normal, typical approach isn’t enough? For some, Tong Ren has provided an answer. Dr. Eleanor Marks, a former Boston University professor, decided sixteen years ago to leave the world of academia and become an expert in Tong Ren healing. Dr. Marks and one of her success stories, Julie Kalustian, join Dan in the NightSide studio to...

Welcome to Tong Ren Station

Welcome to Tong Ren Station, the home of Tong Ren Healing. Here you will find lots of information about Tong Ren, including an explanation of what it is, the history of how it was developed, schedules of classes (group Tong Ren healing sessions), webcasts of classes broadcast live over the Internet as they are being held, and resources for purchasing Tong Ren materials including books, manuals and supplies.