Tangible Medicine: An Interview with Andrew Nugent-Head
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Andrew Nugent-Head has lived in China since the age of 18. He left the United States in 1986 to study Chinese Medicine, martial arts and internal cultivation. He formally began studying Chinese medicine in 1989 in mentordisciple relationships and entered into the Yin Style Bagua tradition in 1993 under the late Dr. Xie Peiqi. He is the founder of the Association for Traditional Studies (ATS – see www.traditionalstudies.org), a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to preserving China's traditional knowledge. When not travelling internationally to teach, Andrew is the chief practitioner of the ATS clinic in a small village within the tea hills of Hangzhou. This article is an edited account of an interview conducted by Daniel Maxwell, editor of The Journal of Chinese Medicine.
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