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Yael AcuWellness

Balancing Mind Body & Soul

Acupuncture in Mamaroneck, NY

My Practice Philosophy

Yael AcuWellness is based on a philosophy that when the body is balanced it is incredibly powerful and can heal itself quickly. On a daily basis, our overall happiness and way of life is compromised when we experience pain, discomfort, and emotional imbalances. 

By using a combination of Acupuncture, Herbal Formulas, Tui Na or Bodywork, Nutritional Counseling, Exercises, and other Therapeutic Techniques we can return the body to its natural equilibrium and therefore help the body restore itself to its most optimal state of wellness.

“When you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything.”

– Lao Tzu 

Acupuncture

Cupping

Herbal Medicine

Moxibustion

Massage Therapy

Essential Oils

Gua Sha

Balancing Mind, Body & Soul

“The Chinese method is based on the idea that no single part can be understood except in its relation to the whole. A symptom, therefore, is not traced back to a cause,  but is looked at as a part of totality.”

-Ted J. Kaptchuk, O.M.D.

Come experience natural care for:

Yael AcuWellness
1600 Harrison Avenue
Suite 203
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
914-575-6285
Tue
9am - 5pm
Thu
9am - 5pm
Fri
9am - 5pm
*By appointment only

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Acupuncture in a Nutshell

Acupuncture for Sports Injuries

Whether you are a professional, college, or high school athlete (or maybe just a weekend warrior), you know that injuries can happen when you least expect it. Sometimes, it’s a traumatic injury because your body was pushed beyond its limit and sometimes, the injury comes from simple overuse. And every athlete wants to get back on the field, court,

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How Acupuncture Can Improve Lung Health

The health of our lungs isn’t necessarily talked about a lot when general health is discussed. Typically, cardiovascular health, chronic pain, cholesterol and stroke risk tend to be the more common topics. Many don’t think about lung health until there is a problem and then improving it becomes priority number one.

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How to Prepare for Winter

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the kidney and urinary bladder channels are most associated with winter. It’s important to keep these channels warm during the fall to prepare for winter. As it starts to get cold there are few things that we need to keep in mind.

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