Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine

Jingduan Yang, MD, Founder of Tao Institute of Modern Wellness and Fashion Designer Norma Kamali Release New Book, "Facing East"


Philadephia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/25/2016 -- At the Tao Institute of Modern Wellness, integrative medicine is practiced to help individuals achieve a healthy lifestyle by focusing on the mind, body, and spirit. The center helps patients accomplish their health objectives through personalized programs that entail natural approaches. Two of their major health objectives that the center is known for improving are anti-aging and beauty. But now, their secrets to looking young and maintaining an attractive appearance are revealed by its founder, Jingduan Yang, MD, in his new book, "Facing East: Ancient Health + Beauty Secrets for the Modern Age," which was released on March 1.

Dr. Yang wrote the book in collaboration with his longtime friend, style icon Norma Kamali, who also happens to be one of his patients. The book was published by HarperCollins and is now available for purchase on Amazon.com. In the book, Dr. Yang, who is also the Medical Director of the Tao Institute of Modern Wellness, discusses how making simple changes to a person's daily routine can be an effective approach to slowing the aging process and revitalizing energy. As an expert in traditional Chinese medicine and board-certified psychiatrist, Dr. Yang provides readers with his advice on how to enhance beauty by maintaining a healthy lifestyle from an integrative medicine perspective.

The book "Facing East" also includes fashion designer Norma Kamali's take on wellness advocacy in conjunction with Dr. Yang's Integrative Medicine Network (IMN) Model, which is based on the practices performed at the Tao Institute of Modern Wellness. A few suggestions from the book include reducing the intake of processed sugars, washing the face with green tea, and exercising in the afternoon. Individuals interested in learning about how they can restore health and beauty using ancient healing secrets adapted for the contemporary age may find the book to be a useful guide.

The Tao Institute of Modern Wellness welcomes new patients at their center for integrative medicine in Cherry Hill, NJ, Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr, PA, and New York City. Patients can enroll in one of their tailored programs to begin a holistic and natural approach to looking and feeling younger through their treatments such as cosmetic acupuncture, and nutrition and wellness coaching near the Main Line in PA at their office in Bryn Mawr, or other centers.

For more details about the programs offered at the Tao Institute of Modern Wellness, dial 866-437-3826.

About Tao Institute of Modern Wellness
Using an effective team approach, the Tao Institute of Modern Wellness treats their patients by focusing on the mind, body and spirit. They integrate the best methods of Western and Eastern medicine to help their patients achieve a healthy lifestyle. The center operates with a highly skilled group of holistic practitioners, including board-certified psychologists, psychiatrists, internist, nutritionist, meditation specialists, counselors and licensed acupuncturists. Every treatment begins with a comprehensive evaluation to determine an approach that will help meet both short-term and long-term goals.

To find out more about this company, please visit http://www.taoinstitute.com.