Adam Wasserman began studying the Chinese martial art of Ba Gua Zhang in 2002 with Jan Vanderlinden. In 2003, he began his study of Qi Gong and Chinese dietary therapy, also with Jan. From this first exposure to Chinese culture, he developed an interest in Chinese medicine. He began to study Zheng Gu Tui Na in 2005 and completed his instructor training in 2011. In 2007, Adam completed a two-year, advanced Instructors training in Ba Gua Zhang under Tom Bisio and began teaching Ba Gua Zhang and Qi Gong.
Adam graduated from the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine in 2011, earning a Masters Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. During his time as a graduate student, he taught weekly Qi Gong classes and did extensive additional course work in Tui Na. Adam was fortunate to study with some of the most well known and respected instructors in the field of Chinese medicine, including Craig Mitchell, Dan Bensky, Jason Robertson, Stephen Brown, Charles Chace, Nigel Dawes and Dr. Huang Huang. Currently, Adam apprentices with Tom Bisio, assisting in his clinic in Manhattan.
In 2012, Adam founded Two Tiger Acupuncture with his wife Tuesday Hoffman and now practices Acupuncture, Tui Na and Chinese herbs at clinics in Brooklyn and Manhattan. He also teaches weekly Ba Gua Zhang classes and seminars of various Qi Gong sets.