L.Ac, Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)
Sarah Jean brings her deep love of plants and connection to the seasons of life into each treatment. As a child she connected deeply with the Willow, Corn, Strawberries, Chicory, and plants that grew around her. Each with its own medicine spoke to her Heart. The plants were the gateway in her path of healing and balance. In late 90s she studied Ayurveda, massage therapy, and flower essences. SarahJean received her bachelors degree with a focus in Ethnobotany of the Pacific Northwest from the Evergreen State College. Her love of plants led her to a 4 year apprenticeship in the Spirit of Plants, where her relationship with plants deepened through study of local plants, flower essences, medicine making, conscious dreamwork, and Five Element Chinese Medicine theory. She continued her studies of western herbalism at the School for Traditional Western Herbalism, in Portland. In 2013, SarahJean moved to Asheville to study Chinese Medicine at Daoist Traditions. There she learned acupuncture, Chinese herbs, Biomedicine, among other adjunct techniques. After 4 years of study, SarshJean graduated in May 2017. She continues to deepen her relationship with plants, and Chinese Medicine to bring people the best medicine to her ability. SarahJean’s practice in anchored in listening from the Heart with the desire to empower people of their paths to wellness.
Acupuncture (Initial Consultation)-90 minutes
Recommended if this is your first treatment with Acupuncture. Includes a thorough intake of current health issues and past medical history. Tongue and Pulse diagnostic readings will also be facilitated. Treatment with Acupuncture and a personalized wellness plan is developed. Which, may include meditation, diet, herbal prescription, and essential oil recommendations.
Acupuncture (Follow-Up Treatment)-60 or 90 minutes
Includes thorough intake of current health issues and reinforcement of client’s wellness plan. Treatment with acupuncture. May also include diet, herbal prescription, and essential oil recommendations.
Herbal & Dietary Treatment-60 minutes
Herbal and Dietary treatments includes a thorough intake & health history. Herbal and Dietary recommendations to follow. Treatments may include recommendations of raw herbs, tinctures, flower essences, essential oils, supplements, and topical’s. Price of herbs not included in the treatment.
Cupping is a localized suction to the skin with cups drawing the superficial muscle layer into the cup, pulling on the fascia. Cupping treats pain, relieves stagnation, and stimulates the respiratory system. Patients may have what looks like bruising and feel sore 3-5 days post treatment.
Gua Sha-30 minutes
Gua Sha involves repeated pressured strokes over oiled skin with a smooth edge (Stone or Ceramic Spoon). Gua Sha breaks up adhesions in the muscle layer, helping to relieve muscle pain, stagnation, stimulates the respiratory system, and clears heat. Patients may have what looks like bruising, and feel sore 3-5 days post treatment.
Weekly Community Acupuncture
Wednesday’s from 4:00-7pm
Thursday’s from 4:00-7pm
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