Dr. Wang's Apprentices
Dr. Li Xiu-ming
Li Xiu-ming graduated from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 1989. He later completed his masters degree in Chinese Medicine. He is currently the Deputy Director of the China Press of Traditional Chinese Medicine, where he has worked since 2000. In 2015, he was recognized as one of Wang Ju-yi’s indoor apprentices.
Dr. Wang Hong Min
Dr. Wang Hong-min graduated from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine’s acupuncture and tuina department in 1991. In 2004, she completed her master’s degree also at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. In 2013, she began studying with Wang Ju-yi. Since then she has published many articles on Applied Channel Theory in the Beijing TCM Journal and the China TCM News, while she was also one of the main contributors to Wang Ju-yi’s Applied Channel Theory Clinical Case Studies (2014) and An Introduction to Applied Channel Theory (2016). In 2015, she was recognized as one of Wang Ju-yi’s indoor apprentices.
Wang Hong-min is an experienced educator and clinical practitioner. Since 1991, she has worked as a teacher at the Beijing School for the Blind, where she teaches a wide variety of TCM courses from TCM fundamental theory, classical Chinese, to channel and acupuncture point theory. In addition, she has been recognized by the Beijing government as a leading teacher of tuina. Since 1997, she has worked at the Bai Cao TCM Clinic and the Ling Lan TCM Clinic, where she practices tuina and acupuncture.
From 2013 to the present time, she has established a channel tuina practitioner’s group, which is focused on developing massage therapy according to Applied Channel Theory. She has treated many pediatric disorders with channel tuina, such as children suffering from incontinence, indigestion, constipation and respiratory illnesses. Since 2016, she has been teaching Applied Channel Theory to Chinese practitioners.
Dr. Yu Kun
Yu Kun graduated from the Acupuncture and Tuina department of the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 1996. In 2005, she completed a master’s degree in TCM Neurology from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.
In 2012, she was selected to be a government-appointed apprentice of Wang Ju-yi, as part of the Beijing Administration of Chinese Medicine’s 3+3 apprenticeship project. In 2017, she was recognized as an indoor apprentice of Wang Ju-yi. From 1996 to 2011, she worked in the neurology department of the Beijing Integrated TCM and Western Medicine Hospital. Since 2011 she has been an associate chief physician and the head of the TCM department of the Fuxing Hospital’s Yue Tan Community Health Service Center which is affiliated with the Capital Medical University. She treats a wide variety of illnesses by combining acupuncture and Chinese herbs.
Her main focus is the treatment of elderly patients suffering from cardio-cerebrovascular diseases, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, urinary tract infections, insomnia and joint pain, but also treats numerous gynaecological disorders such as irregular menstruation, menopause and dysmenorrhea.
Dr. Meng Xiao-nan
Meng Xiao-nan graduated from the Acupuncture and Tuina Department of the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 2007, while in 2010 he completed his master’s degree at the same university. Since 2010, he has worked in the acupuncture department of the Huguosi TCM Hospital affiliated with the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, where he is a resident physician.
In 2012, he was selected to be a government-appointed apprentice of Wang Ju-yi, as part of the Beijing Administration of Chinese Medicine’s 3+3 apprenticeship project. In 2017, he was recognized as an indoor apprentice of Wang Ju-yi.
Since studying with Dr. Wang, he has used channel theory and channel examination to treat stroke patients in the acupuncture wards of his hospital, where the majority of patients suffer from cerebrovascular disorders. In addition, he treats a variety of gastrointestinal disorders, pain disorders and bi-syndrome patterns with Applied Channel Theory.
Dr. Zhang Fu-zhen
Zhang Fu-shen graduated from the Beijing University of Chinese medicine in 2000, with a degree in acupuncture and moxibustion. After graduating she started to work for the Chinese medical publishing industry, where she currently works at the China Press of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
In 2013 she was fortunate to meet Wang Ju-yi, when she was the chief editor of Wang Ju-yi’s Case Studies in Applied Channel Theory (《王居易针灸医案讲习录》). During this time she started to study Applied Channel Theory with Dr. Wang. In 2015 she was recognized as one of Dr. Wang’s indoor apprentices. She was also the chief editor of Dr. Wang’s An Introduction to Applied Channel Theory （《经络医学概论》）, which was published in 2016.
Dr. Liang Ya Qi
Liang Ya-qi graduated from the Acupuncture and Tuina department of the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 2000. Since then he has mainly worked as a freelance editor for Chinese medical publishing houses. In 2016 while he was an editor of Dr. Wang’s An Introduction to Applied Channel Theory （《经络医学概论》）, he began studying with Dr. Wang. In April 2017, he was recognized as one of Dr. Wang’s indoor apprentices. He is a clinical practitioner at the Ling Lan TCM Clinic in Beijing.
Liu Zheng has practiced tuina massage therapy for over 35 years. He studied tuina at the Beijing Massage Hospital in 1982. In the past he also studied with numerous tuina teachers throughout China, after which he developed his own unique style: Liu Zheng finger-pressing tuina technique. He has worked in Beijing, Hangzhou, Fujian and Shenzhen. From 1999-2000 he worked in Zurich at the Swiss-China Massage Center. In 2002 he opened the Liu Zheng Tuina Medical Clinic in Beijing. He first met Dr. Wang in 2013, and became an indoor apprentice in April, 2017.