Bryan Isacks, M.S., L.Ac. came to the field of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from a long-time devotion to the study of Qi Gong and martial arts, which has included Kyokushin Karate, Korean Hapkido, Aikido, and Yang style Taijiquan, among other styles. In 2000, he was fortunate to have the opportunity to begin studying Qi Gong under his teachers, Master Binhui He and Kevin Chen, and this ultimately lead him on the path to study Oriental medicine.
Currently a full-time faculty clinician at the Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine of the New York Chiropractic College (NYCC), Bryan has served as the lead Taiji and Qi Gong instructor since 2007. He also assists in the delivery of the channels and points series of classes, as well as in clinical skills classes.
Additionally, Isacks has assisted in delivering Zheng Gu Tui Na as part of the core curriculum at NYCC. Isacks began his Zheng Gu Tui Na training in 2010, and has been fortunate to start studying Shan Xi Xing Yi with Tom Bisio in 2012. Isacks currently maintains a busy faculty practice near Ithaca, NY, and loves every minute he spends with his wife and two children.