Matthew Peters Sieradski, a Licensed Acupuncturist, offers clients acupuncture and biodynamic cranial touch sessions (also known as Stillness Touch), as well as Chinese herbal medicine prescriptions at his clinic located in Eugene, Oregon.
Matthew’s study and practice of craniosacral therapy over the past decade has led him (and his wife, Hiromi) to the practice of Stillness Touch, a profound modality for promoting trauma healing, body-mind integration, and spiritual development. For more about Stillness Touch, click here.
Matthew has been in clinical practice since 2004 and has a wide range of experience treating conditions ranging from orthopedic (pain conditions), through internal medicine (digestive, respiratory, gynecological, dermatological and more), and is a seasoned family medicine practitioner. His greatest passions are helping clients heal from trauma and associated medical concerns and promoting the development of higher consciousness through Stillness Touch and his teaching work.
Matthew serves as an ordained minister and spiritual teacher for the Center for Sacred Sciences, a local interfaith congregation dedicated to the study and practice of the teachings of the world’s great mystics. In this capacity, he teaches committed weekly spiritual study groups, offers spiritual counseling to students, and leads meditation retreats with his wife, Hiromi.
Matthew also teaches traditional Chinese exercises for health cultivation and meditative development, called qigong, taiji, and bagua.
He currently holds a free public qigong class in Washington Park on West 20th Avenue and Lawrence Street most every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. The class is focused on strengthening our immune system, calming our nervous system and promoting the health and happiness of all beings. Everyone is welcome. New students please call to confirm meeting time before attending.
His teaching activities are a labor of love for which he donates his time.