Our Faculty

Aaron Rubinstein, LAc

Co-Teaching: Advanced Needling 2, Japanese Style Focus

Aaron has been dedicated to the study and practice of Japanese acupuncture since 2001. He has studied thoroughly three systems of Japanese acupuncture, which he incorporates into his clinical practice. Aaron studied biomedical science and behavioral neuroscience as part of a psychology degree at Texas A&M and received his TCM training at Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. As part of an internship in Amsterdam with Stephen Birch and Junko Ida, Aaron completed a 90-hour course in Japanese Acupuncture in addition to 140 additional hours of training in Japanese Acupuncture with Kobayashi Shoji, the originator of Japanese style acupuncture. Currently, Aaron serves as resident acupuncturist for Lake Austin Spa Resort and Castle Hill Fitness. Additionally, he is a published writer in the North American Journal of Oriental Medicine. We are pleased to welcome Aaron’s expertise to our campus.

Publications

Rubinstein, A. Pneumatic Needle Technique North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 12(35), 14-18.

Rubinstein, A. Multiple System Integration. North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 14(40), 20-27.

Rubinstein, A. Kyutohinaishin-Intradermal Needle Warming part 1. North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 17(50), 12-14.

Rubinstein, A. Kyutohinaishin-Intradermal Needle Warming part 2. North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 18(52), 25-27.

Rubinstein, A. Kyutohinaishin-Intradermal Needle Warming part 3. North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 18(53), 7-9.

Rubinstein, A. Kyutohinaishin-Intradermal Needle Warming part 4. North American Journal of Oriental Medicine, 19(55), 23-24.