Paul Murray is the founder and clinical director of Whole Health Centers multi-modality clinics in South Denver, dedicated to helping people achieve wellness.
Paul is also the founder and clinical director of Acupuncture Associates, the largest group of acupuncturists in the State of Colorado. We provide acupuncturists to private clinics as well as to hospitals and fertility clinics.
Dr. Lin received her medical degree from Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China in 1992. Upon completion of her six-year program, Dr. Lin worked at Beijing Xuan Wu Hospital where she practiced both Western and Chinese medicine, and was trained to treat a broad range of illnesses and diseases, specializing in infertility and pain. Dr. Lin received training from Dr. XiaoPing Ji, an internationally renowned and respected acupuncturist, who practices in China. Dr. Ji is the co-author of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion (CAM). Wenying currently is enrolled in another doctorate program at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego.
Dana Rogers is a licensed acupuncturist with a Diplomat of Acupuncture certification by NCCAOM. She began her Chinese Medicine career when, after 12 years as a Licensed Massage Therapist, she began to refer many of her patients with acute and chronic pain for acupuncture. She learned that acupuncture helped her regular patients (many were elite athletes) to heal faster and perform better. Finally, when Dana’s family received effective treatments for allergies and stress, she needed to know more.
Joong Yeon Kim completed his Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The four-year program consists of 2,850 hours of education including 990 hours of clinical practice. Joong Yeon's training includes acupuncture, 5 Element Acupuncture, internal medicine, moxibustion, tui na, cupping, Chinese nutrition, auriculotherapy, and energetic exercise. The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine (NCCAOM) certified Joong Yeon as a Diplomat of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture. Joong Yeon is a licensed acupuncturist and is licensed as a Diplomat of Chinese Herbal Medicine through the State of Colorado.
Keiko was first introduced to acupuncture when she was 13 years old, growing up in Colorado. Her firsthand experience with the medicine led her to pursue an internship at Whole Health Center when she was a senior in high school. Following her internship, she worked as an acupuncture assistant for Paul Murray while studying at the University of Colorado at Boulder. During her work as an assistant she gained hands-on experience and valuable knowledge of herbal medicine, cupping and gua sha techniques and developed her love and interest of Chinese medicine. After working for Whole Health Center, Keiko was inspired to pursue a career in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Kerry Briggs is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in Colorado and in New York State and she is Nationally Board Certified in Oriental Medicine. She received her Bachelor's in Psychology and Sports Medicine from the University of Colorado in Boulder. There, she played competitive lacrosse and served as a student trainer with various University of Colorado sports teams. She received her Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City and San Diego. She worked exclusively with athletes using acupuncture at The University of California San Diego and at Acusport Health Center. After graduation she practiced in New York and gained extensive knowledge in treating Fertility and Women's Health at Yin and Tonic Acupuncture PC.
While prepared to treat a wide range of conditions that can be resolved through acupuncture and herbal medicine, Kerry specializes in Women's Health and Fertility, and Sports Medicine for pain management and injury prevention. She is also a Star Symmetry certified postural alignment specialist.
Kerry now is very excited to be back and practicing in Denver after many years in New York. She keeps busy outside of treating patients by running, biking, playing and coaching lacrosse. She has a passion for staying healthy and balanced and has a great way of sharing it with others.
Leilani Houston is a graduate from Colorado School for Traditional Chinese Medicine with a Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She originally felt the draw to become a holistic healer when she was 14, and has enjoyed sharing the holistic healing that Acupuncture brings to everyone. She spent the last four years specializing in pain, digestive disorders, auto immune diseases, insomnia, allergies, internal medicine, and women’s health with much success.
Over the last year, she has worked with an acupuncturist in Lakewood to further her knowledge, and found her fascination with Dr. Tung style acupuncture while working at Kindness Community Acupuncture.
Leilani holds certifications in Theta Healing, DNA activation, and has her Reiki II degree. She also spent 12 years as a Paramedic.
Leilani Houston traveled the world while her father was in the military, and can still speak some Japanese. She is an avid hiker, loves biking, and really enjoys helping people find a better state of health in their lives.