For more than 20 years I’ve been actively involved in holistic health as a way of life. In my 20s I was introduced to Yoga and Meditation as a way to find peace and balance. Through the practice of Yoga and Meditation, I became more sensitive to people and events around me and sought to understand how our energies affect us and others. I’ve studied and practiced Shiatsu (Acupressure), Reiki, and Donna Eden’s Energy Medicine Program, which have added additional layers to my knowledge of health and wellness. Through my studies and practice of Acupressure and Energy Medicine, which are grounded in Chinese Medicine, I found my calling and life’s work in the Chinese Medical Arts. This path led me to pursue a degree in Acupuncture. I earned my Masters of Acupuncture at The Won Institute of Graduate Studies, which offers degrees in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Buddhist Studies and Meditation, and offers an excellent graduate level education in the Healing/Medical Arts. I graduated with a 3.9 grade point average. I am a native Philadelphian, graduating from Cheltenham High School and Boston University. I went on to earn a Masters in Demography from Georgetown University in my mid-twenties. My hobbies include yoga, sculpture, gardening, hiking, and hosting dinners and gatherings for my large extended family. The ability to heal resides in each of us. It is our birthright and part of being human; we naturally move towards health. Sometimes it is necessary to find a partner in this journey towards healing, wellness, wholeness, and ultimately, vitality! This partnership motivates me to work with my patients to the best of my ability at all times. I look forward to helping you throughout your journey.
Randi Weinberg is a New Jersey native who moved to Pennsylvania in 2000, and has happily called Mt Airy home for the last 3 years. Randi has a Bachelor’s from Franklin &Marshall College, a Master’s in Education from Widener University, and a Master’s in Acupuncture from The Won Institute of Graduate Studies.
She is licensed to practice Acupuncture in the state of Pennsylvania and is a NCCAOM board certified Diplomate. Randi’s favorite thing about acupuncture is the way it can help people recover from physical pain, but also from life pain! Foundational to her practice is the belief that acupuncture can help people make all kinds of transitions in their lives, and she sees community acupuncture as a great way to be involved in the healing of self and others in participation with each other.
When not in the clinic, Randi’s interests include reading, hiking, cooking, eating, and snuggling her two kitties.
Billy is licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to practice acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine (OM 126) and is a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine from the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Billy graduated in 2008 from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Health in Austin, Texas with a MS in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and completed clinical observation at the Chengdu College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Chengdu, China.
Originally from Illinois, Billy moved to Philadelphia in 2011 and has been practicing community acupuncture in the city since. Outside of work, Billy enjoys hiking and exploring nature, spending time with their dog, Okemah, and learning muay thai (Thai martial arts).