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McKay Healing Arts | SignageMckay Healing Arts is close by on Wrightsville Ave and a world away. Our facility is a sanctuary. With studio and treatment rooms located in a renovated home on a secluded wooded lot with Koi Pond, Waterfalls and Japanese Meditation Garden. We like to describe ourselves as a bridge between Heaven and Earth and East and West  as a place for you to begin or to continue your journey.

We offer a truly integrative, holistic approach to health care. Our licensed and certified therapists represent a variety of related disciplines, including Acupuncture, Hypnotherapy, Massage, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Reiki, Tai Qi, Qi Gong and complete Herbal Pharmacy. Our practitioners acknowledge and assess each individual, wherever he or she are in their process, with the goal of easing pain and restoring well being.

 

Leon McKay, MATOM, LAc

Leon Mckay is a nationally certified acupuncturist with more than 10 years experience. He received his Masters of Acupuncture and Traditional Oriental Medicine from the acclaimed Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine in 1999. During his rigorous training, he studied under influential practitioners such as Dr. Shu Rong Zhu MD/OMD, former head of Gynecology at Shanghai Hospital, Jeffrey Yuen, Terry Oleson, Bob Flaws and Dr. Henry Han. Leon completed his certifications under California’s strict guidelines of more than 3,300 hours of training including extensive instruction in Western medicine to complement TCM. Leon was recently certified as a teacher of Pan Gu Shen Gong by Master OU. Leon is also certified to teach Lohan Hands Qi Gong by Pragata Jean Blaise’. Medical Qi Gong is an interest of his as well and currently is studying with Paul Fraser.

Debra Collins BS, LMBT #3900, CHt

Debra Collins began her professional career as a teacher in the NC school system. Her vision to honor individual differences — students and faculty, resulted in Teacher of the Year awards in three schools. After thirteen years of teaching students with learning differences in the public schools, she was invited to move her efforts to the mental health arena to develop the coordinated, collaborative system of care for infants at risk for atypical development. She was then recruited to create and direct a nonprofit organization to support students with learning differences, their parents and teachers.

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