In addition to her work as the Institute’s design consultant, Sande McDaniel has been the owner and production designer of Oriental Medicine Journal, since 2003. She graduated from the American Academy of Art in Chicago and owned a typesetting business in Indiana for 15 years. She studied Shiatsu at International School of Shiatsu, located in Doylestown, Pennsylvania and completed the one-month intensive at International Shiatsu School (ISS Kiental) in Switzerland. Sande’s design credits include Shiatsu Practitioner’s Manual by Saul Goodman, Acutonics for Dogs & Cats by Judith and Paul Ponton, Acutonics From Galaxies to Cells: Case Study Companion Guide, Volume One by Judith and Paul Ponton, Acutonics: There’s No Place Like Ohm, Sound Healing, Oriental Medicine and the Cosmic Mysteries, 2nd Edition by Donna Carey and Marjorie de Muynck and Unintended Sutras and Traveler’s Advisory by Donna Carey. Sande splits her time between Chicago, Illinois and Taos, New Mexico, with her wonderful Siberian Husky, Xena.
"It was a gift to learn from a teacher (Sue Wadden) who has so much knowledge of classical acupuncture. I can now use tuning forks on my patients who prefer not to have needles."