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Do you know 2 people that can benefit from Holistic Medicine?

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Do you know 2 people that can benefit from Holistic Medicine?

I find that, though holistic medicine is making it's way towards the mainstream it's often still viewed as fringe, unconventional and sometimes scary to many people. I would LOVE your help in changing that. 

The Favor: If you know anyone who might benefit from acupuncture or our other holistic medicine services, would you:

1. Share your experience. Talking about acupuncture and what's possible with holistic medicine normalizes it for people who may be too timid to try it themselves. 

2. Invite them to do a free tea time chat to ask their questions and see if the Village Wellness approach is the right fit for them.

If you don't know whether your community would be interested in Acupuncture or holistic medicine, simply share our website with them or invite them to our Facebook page

If your peeps live elsewhere and are interested in trying holistic medicine, I am connected to great practitioners all over the country and would be happy to supply a referral. Just ask by replying to this email.

Thanks so much!

Lance

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Meet Gabrielle, Acupuncturist Extraordinaire

Gabrielle Geib, M.Ac., L.Ac., Dipl. Ac.

Gabrielle Geib, M.Ac., L.Ac., Dipl. Ac.

I am so excited for you to meet the new addition to our all star acupuncture team.

I have known Gabrielle Geib, M.Ac. for over 3 years and she is an exceptional holistic medicine practitioner (and human-being) truly committed to helping her patients feel better.

Gabrielle began her journey in holistic medicine by studying Reiki, a Japanese healing tradition. She then went on to receive her Master's in Acupuncture Degree from the Won Institute of Graduate Studies, where she graduated as a co-valedictorian. 

With her background in the martial arts, Gabrielle has particular interest in Sports Medicine Acupuncture and specializes in helping her patients with Musculoskeletal pain & disorders

Gabrielle is currently accepting patients Mondays through Friday. She is also running our community acupuncture clinics on Tuesdays (3-5 pm), Wednesdays (10-2pm), and Thursdays (4-7pm). 

Did I mention she is amazing? Well, she is! and I guarantee you will love being in her healing hands. 

 

Thanks so much for your continued support of our little (but growing) healing oasis on the Main Line.

Lots of Love,
Lance
(on behalf of our amazing team of healing arts practitioners)

P.S. Present time Present -  Please use the coupon code: "instantpeace" to enroll in our online meditation course for only $10 (usually $49).  It will be valid for the next 24 hours. (expires Oct 24 at 4:30pm)

Announcements:

  • Community Acupuncture is now 4x per week! Tuesday and Thursday PMs and Wednesday and Saturday Ams!
     
  • We are Over the moon excited that Dr. Trish of Radiance Chiropractic will be joining Village Wellness starting in November! More about Dr. Trish and her unique and gentle community-style of chiropractics for grownups and kiddos coming soon!! 
     
  • Do you miss Damini? Us too! But you can still be in touch because she is teaching online! And join us for Damini's Winter Retreat in Swarthmore!  Check out her schedule and follow her amazing journey!

Acupuncturist Berwyn, PA

Originally from London, Karin became a US citizen in 1987. Karin is a wise and very caring individual and practitioner. She studied acupuncture  at The Worsley Institute of Classical Acupuncture in England and The College of Traditional Acupuncture, where she graduated in 1996. Karin has been in practice for over 20 years and specializes in health maintenance, chronic problems, allergy elimination (NAET), pain alleviation, addictions treatment and facial rejuvenation. Read more-->


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Functional Nutrition is focused on building health by restoring proper physiological functioning of the body. Seemingly unrelated signs and symptoms give clues about the underlying cause of illness or disease. Instead of suppressing the symptoms with natural or pharmaceutical agents, I piece them together to get a picture of the root cause(s) and create a plan offering the appropriate support. Read more –>

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