acupuncture & wellness
In addition to extensive experience and training in treating chronic disease (Cancer, AIDS, Diabetes, Parkinson’s), I have studied with some of the leading acupuncture experts in the fields of:
- Musculoskeletal issues (sprains/injuries, overtraining, improved athletic functioning.
- Ob/Gyn Health (menstrual disorders, menopause).
- Digestive issues (IBS, Crohn’s constipation, colitis).
Acupuncture is also an effective tool for maintaining health and managing stress. Regular treatments can help improve blood pressure and sleep quality.
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The acupuncture facial a series of non-surgical treatments that minimize the signs of aging. Fine needles are inserted into the face and body for a treatment that is revitalizing and rejuvenating. Learn more and schedule your appointment here.
I often describe Cupping as a “reverse massage.” Small round cups with a valved-top are placed on the skin and a pump is used to create a vacuum between the skin and cup, drawing the skin, sinew and muscle up slightly, and producing a temporary local congestion. When the vacuum is released your blood, energy, and lymph flow more vigorously through the area, tension is released, you feel lighter. Learn more and schedule your appointment here.
Sports Acupuncture is an effective way to speed up the recovery time from injuries such as shin splints, stress fractures, muscle strain, and other repetitive stress issues. Regular treatments can also help maintain an energetic balance, thus improving performance. Learn more and schedule your appointment here.
Shortly after graduating from acupuncture school, I began practicing yoga. It was the perfect way to keep myself centered and relieve the stress and burnout that comes from working with chronic disease. I remember leaving my first class and thinking, “Why did it take so long for me to find this?”
I have been fortunate enough to study with some of the best teachers in the New England area, including Baron Baptiste, Rolf Gates, Glen Cunningham, David Magone, and Bo Forbes. It was only a matter of time before I decided to become a yoga teacher, and in August 2003, I graduated from Kripalu’s 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training. Learn more and schedule your appointment here.