Hayk Zar A. is a Licensed Massage Therapist specializing in Clinical, Traditional and Eastern Massage Therapy, as well as QiGong rehabilitative exercises, Insight Mindfulness Meditation and Somatic Therapies and Therapeutic Meditation Music. Hayk is the author of Emotional Conditioning TM System, Somatic Relaxation Technique TM, and developer of the Mindfulness+ Leadership Program. Hayk has been providing wellness and therapeutic services in clinical, luxury and corporate settings in New York and New Jersey for over 10 years.
Last decade Hayk spent researching and practicing massage therapy, bodywork, somatic therapies, QiGong, meditative practices, therapeutic meditation music and their effects and benefits for healthy living and as stress and anxiety management tools. He has worked with professional martial arts athletes, bodybuilders, professional dancers, doctors and high end Manhattan Clientele. He has years of experience working with doctors in multi-disciplinary medical clinics, and has a track record of being one of the most sought after therapist due to his very effective massage techniques and successful, results based treatments. For more info visit haykzar.com and zar.ink
Karen Lin graduated from the Eastern School of Acupuncture in New Jersey. After excelling as a student, she subsequently became a faculty member teaching the clinical research class to third-year students. As an acupuncture practitioner, she helps people change their life style and improve their overall health. She established Harmony Acupuncture and Wellness, LLC in Cranford, New Jersey, as her own clinic to treat people with various conditions.
Long before working in this field, Karen earned her M.D. degree from Guangzhou Medical University in China in 1992 and worked as a physician in the affiliated hospital. Later she came to the United States to continue her education and obtained her Master’s degree in biochemistry in 1996. Since then, she has been working in the biomedical research field. With her medical background and knowledge in science, her career as an acupuncture practitioner finally took off. Truly, Karen has always had a passion for Chinese medicine since she was a child as she witnessed her mother, who was also a doctor, using traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture to successfully and effectively treat numerous patients with complicated diseases.
Karen believes that as a practitioner it is important to understand the patient and to build trust between you and the patient. In working with the patient, we will adopt and utilize different methods to customize the treatment plans for each individual. By keeping these points in mind, one can successfully not only treat the symptom but the whole person.
Karen also sees the importance of acupuncture and herbal medicine; for they both improve overall health, mentally and physically – as Plato once stated, “The part can never be well unless the whole is well.”
Please don't take chances with your health. A wellness plan that's easy to understand and follow through on is key to good health all through out your life. Make acupuncture a cornerstone of that plan, and you're well on your way to living a life that's balanced, active and free from pain.