Rev. Leo Nathaniel Bierman, MS, L.Ac.
Leo Bierman practices an integrative approach to healing, drawing the best from different traditions to transform body, mind, and spirit. He has received extensive formal training for over a decade in many of the world's spiritual and healing traditions, all of which inform his work with clients. His healing work integrates many styles of acupuncture, as well as meditation, spiritual direction, movement-based practices, qigong, tui na, lifestyle counseling, and other modalities to empower patients with the tools to heal and transform their lives.
He also co-founded the Brooklyn Center for Sacred Activism, where he helps people connect to meaningful and effective service in the world, bridging personal and social transformation.
In addition to being a licensed acupuncturist, Leo is an interfaith minister, ordained through the One Spirit Interfaith Seminary, where he was trained to help address the spiritual challenges of people from diverse spiritual traditions, including those who do not subscribe to any particular path.
He holds a B.A. in Comparative Religion (with a concentration in “Techniques of Transformation”) from the Macaulay Honors College, at Hunter College of the City University of New York, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude, and was trained in spiritual direction through the organization Still Harbor, in Boston.
Studying and practicing the many methods of inner transformation from spiritual traditions across the world has been the central focus of Leo’s life since he was young.
His depth and breadth of experience allow him to help people of many different backgrounds and inclinations to find their own unique path, whether within traditions or completely outside of them, with the goal of helping people to heal, evolve, and become vessels for sacredness and transformation in the world.
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