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About

What Is VTAA?

The VTAA is a non-profit 501(c)6 association, representing practitioners and consumers of East Asian Medical therapies including Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Asian Bodywork, Tai Chi and Qi Gong.  As our health care system in Vermont faces ever-escalating costs, along with the epidemics of obesity, diabetes, asthma, and other chronic health care issues, we’d all benefit by educating Vermonters of the advantages of Acupuncture & East Asian Medicine.  VTAA believes that solutions to this crisis need to focus on prevention and the low cost treatment of chronic conditions.  Due to its personalized care, and because it doesn’t rely so heavily on expensive high tech solutions, Acupuncture & East Asian Medicine stands out in each of these areas.  The market has validated the effectiveness and efficiency of Acupuncture & East Asian Medicine in Vermont.

Meet Our Board of Directors

Deirdre Kelley

Deirdre Kelley

President

Christina Ducharme

Christina Ducharme

Vice President

Montana Burns

Montana Burns

Secretary

April Brumson

April Brumson

Treasurer

April Brumson

April Brumson

Treasurer

Charles Murdock

Charles Murdock

Board Director

Catherine Lumenello

Catherine Lumenello

Board Director

Scott Moylan

Scott Moylan

Board Director

Our Philosophy

VTAA acknowledges and respects all traditions of Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine.  We believe that cooperation and strength among practitioners and supporters will ensure that this ancient and modern medical profession will retain its integrity.  By protecting the legal status it has earned, VTAA enhances the quality of healthcare for all Vermonters.

As of 2020, the VTAA has formally adopted this inclusive anti-opression statement.