Kate first discovered her healing abilities during hypnosis when a powerful energy emanated from her palms. Later, she realized we all have access to this miraculous substance called Qi, which is the great communicator, allowing us to tap into our unlimited potential for health and well-being. Sometimes, it is part of our life plan to experience these challenges. Other times, we can uncover the root issue causing our disease, and by changing our perspective, discover the reason for our sickness, helping us to heal on all levels - mind, body, and spirit.
Medical Qigong Therapy is a branch of Chinese Medicine originating from the Classical period of oral tradition when secret knowledge was handed down through families. It helps clients get to the root of their medical or psychological issues by exploring possible environmental and/or emotional causes, and then re-adjusting the energetic matrix to promote self-healing through better Qi and blood flow.
*Member of the National Qigong Association (NQA), in good standing, and Member of the Annual Conference Planning Committee for the NQA. Guest Speaker on Qi Talks (January 11, 2018).
Kate Kellman, DMQ
Kate is currently working out of The Garden in Saratoga, located just minutes from downtown Saratoga. The Garden offers a beautiful and tranquil environment for health and healing.
She is also offering therapy sessions at The Center For Clarity, Compassion & Contentment (Center4C) off Route 50 in Burnt Hills, another beautiful healing space.
Recently, Kate also partnered up with ECS Psychological Services at both their locations in Saratoga Springs. ECS also utilizes therapy animals like horses, dogs, and cats to assist patients in their healing.
Please contact her to set up an appointment (see Services tab) or by phone or text at (518) 775-7798.
She also teaches local classes in Dao Yin Qigong (see tab) in Saratoga Springs, Ballston Spa and Burnt Hills.
Now offering Remote Sessions, as well! (Please see Services tab for more information). Specials every month!
For several years, Kate studied Taoism, finding serenity in its simple wisdom. Later, she learned Tai Chi with Mark Tolstrup in Saratoga Springs. In 2014, she began training in Medical Qigong. Her first teacher was Robert Peng, a world-renowned Qigong Master and Healer.
In April of 2018, she graduated from a three-year intensive training certification program with Dr. Ted J. Cibik at Inner Strength in Leechburg, PA. Kate now holds the title of Doctor of Medical Qigong, and she feels very fortunate to be the only practitioner in our area to have obtained this level of study in Chinese Medicine.
The practice focuses on reaching a high level of self-cultivation to enable the practitioner to treat most diseases, both physical and emotional, by adjusting the energy matrix. This is done by talking to patients with targeted questions to identify the pattern of imbalance, according to Chinese Medicine, then working energetically to assist them with their healing process.
Sessions are aimed to empower individuals by giving them tools and prescriptions, in the form of qigongs (simple movements) and dietary and lifestyle recommendations, so they can take part in their own healing and discover the root of the pathology or emotional issue.
Dr. Kellman can now safely treat all cancers, helping patients with the side effects of chemo and radiation, and aiding them in their recovery.
Kate's lineage is from her primary teacher, Dr. Ted Cibik, who is a Daoist Priest, DMQ, Chinese Physician (Zhong Yi), and Naturopathic Doctor (N.D.). Dr. Cibik is a senior student of Dr. Jeffrey C. Yuen, a Daoist Master from the 88th generation of the Jade Purity Sect and the Complete Reality Dragon Gate School.
Kate also studies Taoism in The Immortal Mind Program with Dr. Cibik at Inner Strength. She feels privileged to have such an amazing teacher in her life and honored to help all those who find her through their own journey.