Detox & Renewal: Acupuncture for a Magical Spring

Detox & Renewal

This spring with Cadie Federmeyer, LAc

Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine are powerful and magical ways to enhance your body’s ability to surrender the old of winter, detoxifying both body and heart-mind, so that you can follow the energy and symbols of spring:

Renewal: new growth and new beginnings
Planning: for the future and the planting of seeds
Movement: the longer, warmer days give energy for movement

Constitutional Chinese herbal formulas prescribed
for detox and renewal

Uniquely tailored acupuncture sessions with the addition of
specific detox protocols

What you can do at home:
Ancient wisdom for springtime diet and lifestyle

In addition to detox and renewal, current health issues are also addressed

Heart of the Forest Acupuncture accepts most health insurance plans. Please call the clinic to inquire if your benefits cover acupuncture.

Don’t have insurance that covers acupuncture? New patient springtime detox package: 3 sessions for $195 or 5 sessions for $320. Packages need to be purchased by May 31st, 2015. Sessions expire November 31st, 2015.

Call the clinic today at 738-7654.

To Your Health,

Cadie

Acupressure for Stress Class

Acupressure for Stress

~A Hands on Class~

ALIGNING WITH THE ELEMENTS

Come learn the poetry and power of East Asian Medicine
through self-care with acupressure!

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Our focus will be what you can do at home (or anywhere) to shift moods
and ease pain and discomfort in the body

IN THIS CLASS WE WILL:

Reclaim our power to heal our own bodies

Balance and relax mind and emotion

Explore resources and tools for self-care

Access and activate your energy body

Simple ways to align with the elements

WHEN: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11th, 2015
TIME: 5-6pm

WHERE: FAIRHAVEN COLLEGE AUDITORIUM
ROOM 300

Location: 516 HIGH STREET
BELLINGHAM, WA

COST: FREE & open to the public!

About the Teacher:
Cadie Federmeyer is a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) in the state of Washington and earned her Master’s of Science in Oriental Medicine through the National College of Natural Medicine, in Portland, OR. Her special areas of interest include pediatrics, women’s health, chronic and acute pain conditions, chronic disease, and mental, emotional, and spiritual disharmony. Cadie utilizes a diverse array of tools in her practice including traditional needling, non-insertive shonishin acupuncture tools, cupping, moxibustion, bodywork, aromatherapy, dietary and herbal therapies, as well as lifestyle guidance. Cadie practices acupuncture and Chinese medicine at Bellingham Natural Family Medicine in Bellingham, WA.