As co-founder of Black Mountain Yoga, Brad Rachman leads a restorative yoga program that was recently profiled in the New York Times. The article, "36 Hours in Asheville,” chronicled the yoga therapy and the one-on-one yoga sessions available at the North Carolina-based yoga studio. Brad Rachman, trained as a chiropractor and naturopath, founded the center along with his wife to provide restorative therapy to residents of Black Mountain and Asheville.Apart from running Black Mountain Yoga, Dr. Rachman is also the Clinical Director of the Rachman Clinic. For the last eight years, he has supported patients with naturopathic care. An expert in alternative therapies, he treats ongoing and challenging ailments.Dr. Rachman has spent his career promoting health and wellness. For part of the 1990s, he hosted "Healthy Living with Dr. Brad Rachman,” a weekly, nationally-syndicated radio program. Airing in more than 60 cities across the United States, the program covered a range of health-related topics. He encouraged listeners to adopt new habits and use alternative treatments to enjoy better health.During much of the same time, Dr. Rachman served as the CEO of ER Technologies, a worldwide provider of supplements and nutraceuticals. He was also the CEO of Digital Dynamics, where he oversaw the creation of videos and other media relating to alternative medicine. Later, he joined Genova Diagnostics, where he served as Director of the Department of Medical Sciences. He founded the Rachman Clinic in 2007.Dr. Rachman studied biomedical engineering and biochemistry and then earned his degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic. In subsequent years, he naturopathic principles and practice at the Institute for Functional Medicine.
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