Wholistic Health Alliance
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News And Events
10 Mantras for Wholesome Health
Ayurveda is one of the world’s most ancient holistic systems of medicine. Interactive session followed by Q & A. Proceedings will go to Wholistic Health Alliance. Details in calendar.
Members and Supporters dinner
Open to Members. Members are welcome to bring a guest. RSVP required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Wholistic Health Alliance 4th Open House
Say hello to your local holistic community,Meet, network, forge connections, Add healthful tools to your wellness kit
Get introduced to new vendors, businesses and practitioners, Drop in activity sessions with our holistic experts
Enjoy free gifts, samples, tastings, services, discount vouchers and MORE..
Transformation Stories Night
Wholistic Health Alliance is proud to bring the powerful and inspiring stories of three people who turned their illness around and transformed
their lives completely using holistic or integrative solutions.Seating is LIMITED. RSVP (email us) today to Reserve your seat. More details on calendar...
How To Get The 'Spring' In Your Step- Solutions from Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine
Join Dr. Suraja Roychowdhury, licensed acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine herbalist for a fun, informative and interactive talk about Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture and its use for managing allergies, pain etc. More details in calendar..
John Saia started practicing Chinese martial arts, especially Tai Chi, more than 25 years ago. Long-term practice and professional experience as a Personal Trainer and Tai Chi instructor cultivated in him a heightened sense of balance, awareness of breathing, and Qi flow, which is essential for a Chinese medicine practitioner to be effective.
Years of schooling in the Health & Rehabilitation Sciences program at Boston University and formal training as a sculptor at Massachusetts College of Art & Design also cultivated in John a strong sense of structural and functional balance of the human body.
John’s instinctive understanding and vast knowledge of the human body, both at the structural and energetic levels, finally led him to obtain a Master’s Degree of Acupuncture at the New England School of Acupuncture.
His primary modality is a special flavor of Tui Na, which is a form of Asian Bodywork Therapy that can be received without disrobing and ointments. Using Tui Na and other popular Chinese medicine modalities such as Gua Sha, Cupping, Moxa, and Magnets, John has a very high success rate with not only reducing the symptoms of many common ailments but also addressing the root causes of those conditions by correcting body mechanics and helping to make life style recommendations. He has found that by giving individuals improved body awareness and education, they are better able to pinpoint external stresses that impact their health.
John Saia operates a mobile Chinese medicine practice that serves the Greater Boston Area and the North Shore. More information can be found at his web site,