Christopher Gibney has been inserting hair-thin needles into people’s skin for 30 years. The licensed acupuncturist does so to alleviate a slew of symptoms, including allergies, chronic fatigue, and depression. His homeopathic medicine services also curb those ailments, and carry none of the risks associated with pharmaceuticals or kryptonite.
Natural healing therapies can be an healthy alternative to aggressive medicines and unnecessary surgery, which is the care practiced and embraced by the Source for Wellness staff. This spa-like, integrated health center offers chiropractic services as well as group fitness classes, together helping clients look and feel their best. Chiropractic neck and back adjustments may be the ticket to relieving migraines or chronic pain, and massages and gentle acupuncture treatments help soothe the body and replace the needles you've naturally shed over time. Above all, the experienced practitioners treat each person as a whole, working to get to the root of health problems instead of simply treating the symptoms.
The team of licensed instructors, acupuncturists, and therapists at 7th Heaven Yoga & Wellness Center foster deeper mind/body connections and overall well-being with yoga classes, massages, and traditional chinese medical services. The resident chiropractor explores spinalscapes in search of bulging disks, dorsal fins, and postural problems, and the reiki-massage therapist coaxes out tension with precision pressures and intuitive strokes. The staff employs chinese medicine, which combines Western medical practices with the Eastern philosophy of holistic healing, to help correct ills rather than merely treat symptoms. The center's beginning yoga classes, such as intro to yoga and Hatha yoga, teach aspiring yogis the foundation of holding poses and proper breathing, and classes such as Acroyoga and dynamic flow shepherd advanced students into the deep realms of calmness necessary to recall old Sega Genesis game codes. Classes take place in four spacious yoga rooms with natural lighting, wooden floors, and an advanced heating and cooling system that keeps the room at steady, muscle-friendly temperatures.
Acupuncture is a 2,500 year old form of medicine from China which in the United States has become a leading choice for the treatment of pain and hundreds of other conditions. During a typical treatment very thin, solid, hair like needles are placed with little or no sensation at specific points on the body. The stimulation
As an award-winning acupuncturist and professor of integrative medicine who was raised in a family of Western medical practitioners, Bina Jangda views wellness from a range of perspectives. Bina specializes in women's health, blending the millennia-old traditions of Chinese medicine with modern techniques to address her patients' gynecological, reproductive, and aging concerns. She also merges these disparate traditions to help men and women lose weight and detoxify their bodies with the help of custom diet plans and regular acupuncture treatments. Meanwhile, the Lifecycles program tailors acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutrition regimens to the needs of women at every stage of their lives, from adolescence to pregnancy to grounding their own adolescents.
At West Berkeley Wellness Center, patients are welcomed into a peaceful atmosphere with private, quiet, relaxing treatment rooms. Once there, a skilled acupuncturist gathers clues in each patient's health history, tongue features, and pulse to find a pattern of imbalance that explains chronic health issues. They then use acupuncture, herbal medicine, cupping, and/or nutritional counseling to remedy whatever they uncover, including allergies, digestive issues, headaches, and acute or chronic pain.