While in faculty positions at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, The University of Denver, and Metropolitan State University and the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Joe and Jacqui developed a unique curriculum for allowing students to truly experience the accumulated wisdom of centuries through the timeless exercise of Tai Chi. Dedicated to lifelong learning of health through fitness. Joe and Jacqui have established and coordinated clinical Tai Chi and Medical Qigong programs at St. Joseph, Littleton and Porter Hospitals.
Joseph Brady, M.S.T.C.M., L.Ac., Dipl., O.M.
Joseph Brady, M.S.T.C.M., L.Ac., Dipl.
Joseph Brady is a licensed acupuncturist and nationally board-certified practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM.) Joe began practicing Yang style Tai Chi Ch’uan in 1967 and has been teaching Tai Chi/Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine for 30 years at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Metropolitan State College of Denver, and community colleges. He currently teaches Tai Chi/Qigong and supervises clinics at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Joe also coordinated and taught for the Gerontology certificate healthy aging issues program at the University of Denver for twenty years and wrote a regular column on healthy aging for the Rocky Mountain News. He has presented at many scientific conferences, including lecturing and presenting research at Harvard Medical School’s Osher Institute for Integrative Medicine, Oxford Union Debating Hall and Harris Manchester College, Oxford University U.K.
Joe currently runs his own clinic, is on faculty at CSTCM and DU, writes a weekly “Barefoot Doctor’s Journal” blog, and serves as Director of Living Younger Longer Institute.