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Chloe Ogden, MA, BSc, MAAC, Co-Founder

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A childhood spent moving between multiple continents instilled in me an appreciation of cultural diversities and an ear for languages, which led me to complete a masters degree in Mandarin, for which I spent time living and studying in Taipei and Shanghai. The richness and great wisdom of Chinese customs made their mark on me during those travels, and after a brief stint working in banking, I returned to university to gain my BSc in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. I was always slightly mystified by illness and disease, and despite loving biology, found the sciences fell short of explaining the 'why' of their occurrence, even if they could offer solutions to the 'how' of making their symptoms change. I loved that acupuncture theory had a framework for explaining the former.

Over the years I have continued my studies with many outstanding teachers, but most consistently with the Association of Traditional Studies under Andrew Nugent-Head's guidance. His style of Classical Chinese Medicine has influenced me greatly, and his teaching clinic in Asheville NC was a significant inspiration for setting up Miller's Way ProjectHis focus on effective and tangible treatments to produce observable and repeatable results has taken my understanding and application of Chinese medicine principles to another level of efficacy. This classical acupuncture style has as its founding principles outlined in the original texts of Daoism and Chinese Medicine, and his extensive knowledge was honed by years of training and study and experience in China under some of the last great teachers that were there. 

I have also completed my classical Chinese herbal medicine studies, graduating as a Diplomate of the ICEAM school, and studying with Arnaud Versluys and his senior teachers. More recently I have completed the Classical Acupuncture Apprenticeship programme run by Dr Sean Tuten DOM. I continue to be fascinated by the depth and breadth of this medicine and think I will be an eternal student (for as long as I am able). Understanding the emotional physiology of the body and how that impacts our physical form, as well as how movement can impact our psychology is the current focus of my attention. 

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