In a culture that idolizes exhaustion and excessive work, it’s a daring act to take time to care for yourself. You’re not alone if you struggle to find time for self-care within a hectic schedule of work, home, family, and friends. The result is that we carry our stress, anxiety, and concerns in our bodies. We internalize them into pain and chronic ailments.
Amla Healing Arts believes self-care is more than just a buzzword. It’s daring to go deeper into the mind/body connection to ease pain and heal ailments at the source. Our holistic, restorative care addresses the whole person, not just the superficial symptoms.
Through one-on-one healing appointments, we work with clients to move them towards a pain-free future, where they’re empowered participants in their body’s health.
Our unique healing approach
Years of international study inform Amla Healing Arts’ methods, including acupuncture and herbal medicine practice in Kathmandu, Nepal, and yearly pilgrimages to study medicinal plants in Peru. Our treatment techniques developed through the study of pain management and functional healing. We do more than simply treat symptoms; we address the flow and balance of energy through the body. Every appointment is unique, as we listen to your emergent concerns, and we’ll explain every step of treatment, so you’re versed in your body’s healing process.
Amla Healing Arts combines acupuncture, bodywork, and herbal medicine to form a strong energetic foundation for our clients’ future health. The goal is more than just the temporary alleviation of pain, but a new approach to mind and body care.
Two schools of study influence our acupuncture practice, both of which use a comprehensive approach for clinical efficacy.
The Balance Method by Dr. Richard Tan
Based on 2500 years of traditional Chinese medicine, the Balance Method uses an energetic human body model. It balances the meridians of interconnection between the body’s systems to treat chronic pain and trauma. The Balance Method uses a holistic approach and asks patients to be active participants in their healing process.
Master Tung’s Classical Acupuncture
This esteemed acupuncture system was a closely guarded secret of the Tung family, only shared with disciples beginning in the 1960s. The simple and effective methods use a five-channel system of diagnosis and treatment, unlike traditional acupuncture, which operates with 14.
Our treatment specialties.
Amla Healing Arts believes in traditional medicine and the inherent intelligence of plants. We source our herbal and plant healing practices from cultures worldwide for multidisciplinary and integrated treatment. We don’t use a generalized prescriptive approach, but work with each client to develop a program customized to their needs. Treatments include:
CES sound and light therapy
We’ll work with you to address the source of your symptoms with a combination of therapeutics for the mind and body.
Yes, we take insurance.
You’ll need to confirm with your insurance provider that they cover acupuncture. In those cases, we will bill your insurance company directly, so you never have to worry about filling out forms or securing reimbursement for your appointments. Before your first appointment, we can check to see what coverage options your insurance provider offers, including if you have a copay or yearly limits on visits.
Schedule an acupuncture appointment today.
We understand it’s hard to schedule time for yourself, so we make it easy to get in touch. You can take the first steps to treat your pain by filling out our online form, calling us at (201) 265 1698, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Once we confirm the details of your insurance, we’ll schedule your first appointment.