Evelynne Toth is a licensed Acupuncturist in N.J., Board Certified (NCCAOM), a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York (receiving a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine and a Bachelor of Professional Studies) and an undergraduate of The College of New Jersey. The esteemed Pacific College of Oriental Medicine is an academic leader in the field of Traditional Chinese Medicine, providing comprehensive instruction in both Chinese and Conventional Medicine.
Evelynne’s medical experience includes care for patients at one of the largest Oriental Medicine Clinics on the East Coast at Pacific College, the Veterans Affairs New York Harbor Healthcare System in Manhattan, and various Community Outreach events throughout New York City.
Her additional studies encompass the following:
- Self-healing exercise and meditation of Taijiquan and QiGong
- Massage and bodywork including Tui Na, Shiatsu and Thai massage
- Five Element Constitutional Acupuncture (developed by J.R. Worsley)
- Certification from The Sandlin Institute of Matrimatics. The Sandlin Technique is gentle, non-intrusive bodywork that incorporates the mind, body and spirit – developed and taught by Virginia Sandlin, a Cherokee Indian mystic.
One Earth Acupuncture was purposefully established in the town Evelynne calls home. She has been a member of the Bordentown community for 12 years. As Evelynne comments, “I am passionate about the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine and making it widely accessible to the public.”
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Read about Evelynne’s personal journey into Traditional Chinese Medicine: In Sickness and in Health