Acupuncture is said to unblock the body’s energy pathways, similar to the way a busy sidewalk is easily cleared by poking pedestrians with a javelin. Remove troublesome obstacles with today's Groupon to Way of Wellness. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get a problem-focused consultation and an acupuncture treatment (a $150 value).
- For $69, you get a problem-focused consultation and three acupuncture treatments (a $290 value).
Way of Wellness offers holistic therapies including Chinese medicine, herbology, and acupuncture from licensed primary-health-care-provider Shasta Tierra and her team. After an initial, problem-focused consultation, needle-wielders design each 30-minute acupuncture treatment to suit their client's specific needs, be they general pain, weight gain, or depression. Using a gentle touch and a memorized map of wellness topography, the acupuncturist inserts needles along meridians in the body to unstick stagnant chi, or life force. Acupuncture's therapeutic purview can boost women's fertility and thyroid wellness, but under no circumstances can it be used to beguile pine trees into relocating.
Way of Wellness's website gives patients-to-be a chance to glance at numerous success stories and enlightening videos prior to their treatments. The office, filled with plants and artwork depicting Eastern-inspired figures and landscapes, provides a tranquil setting for easing nerves, diminishing stress, and penning poignant memoirs.
Way of Wellness
Second-generation acupuncturist and Way of Wellness owner Shasta Tierra and her team brings a holistic approach to wellness with skills honed over her 30 years of study in Chinese medicine, including tutelage under the founder of the American Acupuncture Association, Miriam Lee. Though her specialty lies in boosting fertility and treating other women-specific health concerns, Tierra and her team also boast an expansive repertoire of acupuncture techniques that can alleviate a wide variety of ailments such as arthritis pain, headaches, weight gain, and needle deficiency.