Pranic Healing
The Ancient Art and Science of
For more information
regarding Pranic Healing in
the western New York,
Dennis at (607) 793-1360
Dennis has been practicing
Pranic Healing since 1998, is
currently a Certified Pranic
Healing Teacher and is a
committed Pranic Healer.
I was born in Binghamton, NY and grew up in Elmira where I graduated from Elmira College with a BA in Economics
(1980) and a BS in Accounting (1982).

Since that time, I have been working with different types of energy work for more than 20 years (in the mid 1980’s I was
introduced to the basics of Therapeutic Touch).

I Attended Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in NYC 1996-1997, then moved to Seattle where I attended and graduated
from Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, graduating July 1, 2000 with a Masters degree.

I first began taking Tai Qi in the early 1990’s where I was first introduced to the Chakra system. In the early 1990’s, I
familiarized myself with works by Barbara Brennan and Caroline Myss.

In the spring of 1996, I participated in a “weekend intensive” at Pumpkin Hollow where I formally learned Therapeutic
Touch under the direction of its founder Dr. Delores Krieger.  

Then in 1997, I attended a weekend seminar with Caroline Myss.

I began my work with Pranic Healing in 1998, this includes classes and workshops with Chinese energy Master Choa Kok
Sui, the founder of modern Pranic Healing. I continue to take different classes and workshops to date. In the fall of 2007 I
decided to become certified as a Pranic Healer which I completed in the spring of 2008. In 2008 I began work towards
becoming a Certified Pranic Healing instructor, which I completed in June 2009.

I have had training under Qi Gong Master Ho and continue to train in Qigong, Medical Qigong and Taiji under Taoist
Master Sat Hon.

I have also participated in Reiki Levels I & II under Reiki Master Steve Murray.

I am currently a NY licensed Acupuncturist and have worked through the Arnot Ogden Medical Center in Elmira (since
October of 2000). I am also a part time faculty member at Elmira College (since the fall of 2001) where I co-teach
Nonwestern Complementary Therapies and Healing Hands classes and will soon be teaching a class in taiji.