Takamasa Tsurusaki R.Ac. is a third-generation acupuncturist in his family. After Takamasa graduated from both the Japan Central Acupuncture and Moxabustion College as well as the Japan Physiotherapy College, he practiced under the guidance of his grandfather who was a student of the renown acupuncture master Yoshimizu Uwagawa.
In 1989 he moved to Canada and opened an acupuncture practice in Toronto. His style has been greatly influenced by both Nagano and Kiiko Matsumoto styles.
He has also been working as a translator at the workshops and seminars of many prominent practitioners such as Hiromi Matsumoto, Hideo Shinma (from the Fukaya-kyu school), Junko Syunto (from the Taishi school of paediatric acupuncture) and Tsuyoshi Shimamura (from the Nagano school).
He teaches and has been teaching Japanese acupuncture at several schools in Toronto for nearly twenty years (at the Shiatsu School of Canada as well as the Eight Branches Academy of Eastern Medicine).
With his vast knowledge and expertise Takamasa has been working to promote the practice of Japanese acupuncture and TCM throughout the world.
Ori Levy R.Ac. has been providing patients with gentle japanese-style acupuncture treatments for over fifteen years. He offers patients powerful and effective treatments for a wide range of acute and chronic conditions. These include sports injuries, musculo-skeletal disorders, digestive problems, respiratory conditions, allergies, neurological conditions and cancer support.
Zach Olesinski, R.Ac, ADS, graduated from the Institute of Traditional Medicine with a Diploma of Acupuncture, covering over 2,000 hours of acupuncture, eastern nutrition and biomedical sciences. Since graduating, he has continued his studies with renowned Japanese acupuncturists Takayuki Tsuchikawa and Takamasa Tsurusaki.
Zach has interned at Aim2Walk, an integrated neuro-rehabilitation clinic and has worked as a health educator supporting patients with chronic disease. His diverse clinical experience allows him to treat a variety of health conditions. Zach is registered with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO).