Moving energy to refresh your entire being by Acupuncture and Sound Bath. Delight in your senses. Feel balanced inside and out.
Auriculotherapy refers to the stimulation of pressure points on the ear. The ear is believed to be a microsystem of the entire body, much like how hands and feet in reflexology theory correspond to various organs and systems in the body. Ear pressure points will be stimulated with acupuncture needles (or ear seed) for pervasive effect.
Using healing vibrations from instruments including tuning forks, crystal alchemy singing bowls, gong, and much more, Sound Bath resets our body's vibration from stress, disharmony and dis-ease to clarity, focus, a deep sense of nourishment, and healing. It relaxes the mind, body and spirit.
Annie Caton-Wong is a Licensed Acupuncturist, essential oils educator, yogi, and mama. Her personal experience as a cancer survivor catapulted her into the world of holistic health. People refer to her as the “Harvard hippie” because while she received her formal education in the Ivy League, for the past decade she has immersed in the study of various healing arts including yoga, meditation, nutrition, aromatherapy, and Eastern medicine. As a heart centered healer, she is dedicated to empowering her patients with natural healthcare solutions so they can find health, peace, and fulfillment, and make a positive difference in the world.
Glendy Yeung is a vibrational wellness practitioner based in New York. Her search for higher truth has taken her to many sacred ceremonies for personal healing and spiritual growth in the realms of yoga, meditation, Tibetan Buddhism, Pranic Healing, Arhatic Yoga, flower essence therapy, sound healing, crystal healing, yantra, multidimensional healing and more. Her tools and gifts support the transformation and upgrade of the energetic bodies so that we can function as the highest form of ourselves while being in the world.
The James NoMad - Room TBD
22 E 29th Street, New York