Tao graduated from Shenzhou Open University in Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture. She is a registered member of the professional association NVA (Dutch Association for Acupuncture). She has followed several different  acupuncture methods training in the past few years. For instance, Scalp acupuncture, five element acupuncture, and Dr. Fu Songqing ‘s Pulse Regulating Acupuncture which she got trained in Japan as well. Meanwhile she also followed lesson of Classical Herbal Formulas at EATMS(Europe Academy of Traditional  Medical Science) and Dr. Zhu Yueping’s  Five Circuits & Six Qi.  She speaks Mandarin, English and Dutch.


Her passion about Ikebana.
The word “Ikebana” literally means “live flowers”, which suggests that while the flowers have been cut and are no longer growing, they are being revived in these arrangements.
Ikebana originated from Buddhist temple worship in the Sui Dynasty of China. Zen aesthetics have a big influence on it. The ancient Chinese were able to enjoy and feel at one with the growth, maturity and decline of a few flowers or a branch. A small bunch of flowers can bring mountains, rivers, sea and seasons.


The Zheng or Gu Zheng, also known as Chinese zither, Guzheng is a Chinese plucked string instrument with a history of more than 2500 years. The modern guzheng commonly has 21 strings and is tuned in a major pentatonic scale. It has a large resonant soundboard made from Paulownia. Tao learned Guzheng when she was twenties. Each time when she plays Guzheng it brings her peace and pleasure.

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