VITA REVELLI : Lic. Ac. , BSc(ACU), UK, Post- Grad. Acupuncture & TCM Gynaecology, CHINA, BA(Hons) Chinese Language & Anthropology, UK., Hunyuan Medicine graduate. Founder and C.E.O of AOM.
I am an Italian free spirit, a traveller and someone in love with life. I am devoted to the path of learning and I am deeply convinced that learning is work-in-progress and it never ends. I teach Chinese Medicine, a medicine mainly concerned with understanding the laws governing life and how they foster health.
I studied Acupuncture with J.R Worsley at the ‘Dao College of Acupuncture’ (Leamington SPA- Warwickshire). J.R. was a magnificent teacher, as great healer and a passionate believer in the need to build a rapport with the patient in the clinic.
After college, I went to China and studied two years at the “Chinese Medicine University of TCM “in Beijing and did a one year internship in gynaecology at the Sino-Japanese Hospital. Later, i was chosen to train under an amazing teacher, the taoist Dr. Pang Yiwu, who taught me the physiology of resonance.
In China, I also studied Guo Lin Qigong, designed for the therapy of cancer patients, Ba Duan Jing and Heart Qigong.
For over 30 years, China has been a second home to me: a place where I could always go to immerse myself in dusty old books talking about life, how it works and how the whole universe resonates at the unison with a deep, unknown and unknowable void.
Of all doctors of the past, my favourites are some of the most prominent doctors of the Ming Dynasty and especially Zhao Xiang Hui, Sun Yi Hui and LI Shi Zhen.
In 1990 I became acquainted with Liu Lihong’s teachings, which question modern TCM as a by-product of modernity, paying lip service to western medicine. This changed not only my understanding of Chinese Medicine, but also how I teach it and practice it.
I also did a degree at Kingston University (CICM) where I obtained a BSc(AC).
I am a student of Joe Dispenza and I am on a path of spiritual flow, of breaking away habits and tapping into the field of infinite possibilities, to create my life and help others create theirs.
I have been teaching Chinese Medicine (theory as well as acupuncture, herbs and nutrition) since 1989, both as guest teacher in some European Schools of Chinese Medicine and as speaker at various professional congresses in Europe, the United States and China.
I have published articles in prestigious professional magazines and translated part of books from Chinese to English. I write a lot and publish little, as I believe that a book is work-in- progress, whose content changes as I change and deepen my understanding.
I owe all I know and have become as a person to the Chinese ancestors (doctors and sages) who have challenged me for several decades through their inspired writings and to all my teachers, colleagues and students.
I founded AOM in 1996 and have guided its growth ever since.
I am thrilled to share the first steps of AOM online with a team of amazing, deeply humane and spiritual, superbly skilled, group of people who will be at my side as co-teachers.