M.S., Sociology and Philosophy, University of Wisconsin–Madison
B.S., Mathematics and Women's Studies, Northwestern University
M.S.O.M., Southwest Acupuncture College–Santa Fe
Elizabeth Reninger is a practitioner of the Taoist techniques of qigong, acupuncture, and tuina massage. She has authored several books about Chinese philosophy and meditation, including a three-volume work titled Physics, Philosophy & Nondual Spiritual Inquiry (Elizabeth Reninger, 1st edition, 2014). She also works as a yoga and meditation instructor.
Elizabeth Reninger earned a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture (MSOM) from the Southwest Acupuncture College–Santa Fe in 2000. She also holds a Master Science (M.S.) in Sociology and Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and a Bachelor Science (B.S.) in Mathematics and Women's Studies from Northwestern University.
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