About David Hankey Acupuncture Cork
Hi, I’m David Hankey and I run an acupuncture clinic – David Hankey Acupuncture Cork. I have been studying and practicing oriental health systems for more than 30 years.
Please note : I am not seeing patients with flu symptoms, travel history, or COVID-19 contact
I practice Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Shiatsu (Japanese acupressure), Tuina (Chinese therapeutic massage), and Reflexology. I also teach Tai Chi and Qigong in classes and on a one to one basis. These exercises are highly beneficial for maintaining optimal health.
A primary focus of Traditional Chinese Medicine is on prevention, rather than cure, so it is always good to have a treatment – you don’t need to have any symptoms!
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David Hankey Acupuncture Cork – Experience
I first began to practice yoga in 1980. I began to practice Aikido, Zen meditation and Chi Kung three years later. My Aikido teachers are John Rogers and Terry Ezra. I currently hold the rank of 4th dan. I practice Zen meditation with Hogen Daido Yamahata of Chogenji temple in Japan. Hogen San also practices Yoga as part of his practice. My Chi Kung teacher is Prof. Wu Tian Chung of Nanjing China. I studied “Wild Goose Chi Kung” and Medical Chi Kung. Since 2010, I have been studying Taoist Internal Arts with Taoist Master Tian Liyang of Wudang Shan, China. This includes Tai Chi, Chi Kung, 6 Healing Sounds, 13 Pillars of Chi Kung and Taoist Yangsheng Gong.
I began to study TCM in 1993 with The Acupuncture Foundation in Dublin. I have trained in Ireland as well as Nanjing TCM University. I am a member of the Acupuncture Council of Ireland, the representative body of Acupuncture and TCM practitioners in Ireland.
I worked in Dublin before moving to Dingle, Co. Kerry, in 1999 where I worked in Dingle Acupuncture Clinic and Kerry Mental Health Centre.
I started practicing Acupuncture in Cork city in 2015 as David Hankey Acupuncture Cork.