Eva Zeller

Eva Zeller, L.Ac. is a nationally certified and Pennsylvania state licensed acupuncturist.

After graduating with honors from Bryn Mawr College, she went on the get a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine in 2001, where in addition to learning Chinese and Japanese acupuncture techniques, she studied under renowned fertility and women’s health specialist Dr. Shu Rong Zhu and master herbalist Cathy McNease. In Japan, Eva completed an internship at Morinomiya College of Acupuncture and Moxibustion.

Also a yoga instructor and an ACSM-trained wellness coach, Eva is particularly interested in the interaction of mind and body in the treatment of such conditions as anxiety and depression, digestive disorders, hormone imbalances, and stress- and posture-related pain syndromes, from headaches to plantar fasciitis.

Eva has been proud to call South Philadelphia her home since 2003.  She lives with her husband, two big dogs, an aquatic turtle, and an assortment of cats.

Vito Leva

Vito Leva, L.Ac. is a graduate of the Tri State College of Acupuncture in NYC where he earned his MS in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

His curriculum focused on three distinct styles of acupuncture including traditional Chinese Medicine, Japanese Meridian Therapy and Trigger point Dry Needling, an advanced style of acupuncture, focusing on releasing muscle spasms and chronic pain.

Vito has completed extensive training in the treatment of sports injuries, orthopedic needling and traditional Chinese medical massage. Vito also has clinical experience in China and has apprenticed with renowned martial artist and practitioner of Zheng Gu Tui Na, Tom Bisio. He currently teaches Tui Na at the Won Institute.

Vito is also proud to call South Philadelphia his home.