Kourosh created the Circle of One to provide a vehicle through which to serve people in need while staying true to the principle of never turning anyone away who asks for help, regardless of their circumstances.
Kourosh's training in the art of traditional medicine began in 1977 when he was six years old, through his father's instruction. It was, however, not until his years as an undergraduate studying engineering that he realized his calling as a healer. Nevertheless, he completed his engineering studies at Virginia Tech, as well as a pre-medical curriculum, before moving on to pursue his passion elsewhere. Kourosh spent some time studying Osteopathic medicine before attending the Traditional Acupuncture Institute
where he studied classical Chinese Medicine and Oriental philosophy.
Over the years, Kourosh studied various forms of traditional medicine, the most valuable portion of his education being at the hands of a few great souls in the traditional mode of experiential learning. He has dedicated his life to the study, practice and development of traditional medicine, the treatment of people in need, and sharing the knowledge with which he has been blessed.
Kourosh also works closely with leaders, executives, teams and organizations to identify and heal obstacles to comprehensive success, to cultivate non-violent, altruistic perspectives and strategies, and to finally align and focus their efforts in service of the greater good. His clients include the U.S. Department of the Interior, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Constellation Energy.