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Tibetan Medicine Consultation


75 per session - Virtual OK

A thorough health interview is the base of every consultation. Over approximately one hour I review your complete health history to see what types of imbalances you have and what caused them.

Tibetan Medicine is not a one-size-fits all approach. Keeping in mind your age, constitution, environment, season, diet, lifestyle and other causes that lead to the imbalances causing you discomfort, I come up with a personalized holistic health plan that effectively works with your unique situation.

Training & Qualifications

Matthew’s focus is on natural mental health with Tibetan Medicine and Tibetan Yantra Yoga. As a graduate of Shang Shung Institute, completing internship and exams in the Qinghai Medical College and Hospital in Tibet, he is one of the few certified Traditional Tibetan Medicine practitioners and Yantra Yoga instructors in the US. Matthew spends time between California, Tenerife and Moscow leading wellness retreats, yoga courses and workplace wellness programs while offering people diet and lifestyle advice, herbal formulas and Kunye Massage.

Trading Preference: I’m flexible, just hit me up!


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About Matthew Schmookler

With my unique background in both Tibetan Medicine and Tibetan Yantra Yoga, I'm specifically interested in working with people on the mind and energy level through physical applications such as diet,, herbal formulas and external therapies. While Tibetan Medicine is effective in treating many physical conditions such as digestive disorders, there is such a gap in the Western world between the mind and body, I believe Tibetan Medicine has a special role in this field. The easiest way for us to access the energy and mind is through the physical body. Our body survives on eating three times a day in combination with our daily routines. It is much easier to adjust these habits to find balance then to try and approach the mind directly, even with mental suffering such as stress and depression. This is also true for energetic disturbances causing problems related to the nervous system such as anxiety, nervousness, insomnia, ADD, Alzheimer's and so forth. Tibetan Medicine has a deep understanding about the interdependent link between the physical body, the energy and the mind. When we use diet and lifestyle changes in combination with therapeutic treatments such as herbal formulas and Tibetan Kunye massage, we can see profound results more

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