Do you need acupuncture or ear candling? If so, please consider seeing Betty Woo at D’Arcy Wellness Clinic in Natick, MA. She is very talented, caring and generous, and has helped me considerably. The other people at D’Arcy are also very good, from Geoff to Po to Kim to Annie. I’ve not experienced the others, but know they have very high standards there. Learn more
Are you seeing a chiropractor? If not, consider whether you are extremely healthy and extremely happy. For me that means, I have no symptoms, and taking no medications, and I am fully engaged in my life’s goal, and have lots of meaningful and successful relationships.
Network chiropractic is head and shoulders above the rest, depending on the doctor. My chiropractor, Jennifer Lees, of Sudbury, MA, is a leader in network chiropractic, and trained in many other techniques as well. She has a thriving practice, a wonderful massage therapist and fabulous assistant, and a very comfortable office. She is also extremely generous and compassionate. Check her out
Jill Leigh, Energy ! Healing Institute.
45 Bromfield Street, Suite 1101, Boston (Downtown Crossing area)
Jill is a clairvoyant healer that has worked with me.
I find her to have a very accurate intuition, able to see things inside of me, about my body and my life. I love what she does. She is very warm and friendly. I highly recommend her, though she is rather expensive. But if you have the money to spend, she is worthwhile. (Rick Frank)
Practices in Franklin and Wellesley, MA
Ed is an unusual physical therapist, specializing in manual therapy, largely trained in “Integrative Manual Therapy.” He works very! deeply with light contact, clothes on. He is very subtle. Very warm and fun to work with, has very deep and skilled understanding about the human body/mind/spirit. Ed does insurance billing for his work, but also takes direct payments. (Rick Frank)
Shannon is a private practice physical therapist practicing primarily manual therapy, mostly in the approach of the Upledger Institute. What she does is largely myofascial release and craniosacral therapy. Mostly light contact, sometimes strong, makes immediate changes. She has a keen intuitive sense, very kind and friendly. She does not bill insurance, takes out of pocket payments only. Office is in Jamaica Plain. (Rick Frank)
Arcade Building (318 Harvard St. Suite 37), Brookline (Coolidge Corner)
617 821 1354
Maya is a wonderful Russian practitioner who has been doing massage in Brookline for 12 yrs.
She does 1/2 or 1 hour traditional Swedish massage but also does hot stone massage. She has a very nice touch and will do whatever strength you like. What attracted me also are her prices which are VERY reasonable. She is doing some discounting for first visits….charging $65 for initial visit (usually $80). If you continue with her she will reduce that fee.
I brought my own organic massage oil but she said she has some nice oils as well.
I found it completely relaxing and was totally satisfied. (Betsy Bernazzani)
42 West Street, Quincy, MA
Heikki is a sixth generation Finnish bodyworker, says he’s been doing this since 8 years old (now in 50′s). His card says “Finnish Active Resistance Massage Master.” My experience with him was not a beautiful relaxing massage, but a very efficient and thorough therapeutic massage to address restrictions, adhesions, distortions that he finds very quickly with his hands. I was sore when I left, but ultimately I felt better. He has a very pleasant, bubbly personality. Heikki explained to me what he was finding in my body. Many times during the session he asked me to do some simple slow movements as he was working with his hands, to facilitate releases. He works out of his house in Quincy. Charges $100 for an hour. It is clear to me that Heikki is a massage master, has amazing skill to make a difference with his clients’ bodies. Some of his work reminds me of Rolfing, but he certainly follows his own protocol, uses many techniques that are unusual. (Rick Frank)
Steve Weinstein, LMHC
86 Boston Avenue
Steve does individual and group therapy, I have worked with him in both contexts. His specialty is a method called Systems Centered Therapy. Steve has a very strong personality, intense, definitely confrontive at times. But he is very wise and skilled. He has a valuable understanding of mental and emotional energetics, expression, and language, emotion/body connections. Common theme is helping people cultivate a healthy relationship with themselves, and one’s different parts/aspects He is not for everyone, but I find hi! m to be an amazing teacher. Steve bills insurance, charges for what is not covered. (Rick Frank)
Boston Craniosacral Therapy. Dr. Chris Standring, chiropractor.
581 Boylston Street, Suite 504C, Boston (Copley Square),
617-275-9049. Dr. Standring is uses craniosacral therapy, reiki, in addition to traditional chiropractic treatment. He is a very sensitive, skilled practitioner, who is an excellent listener, and very wise. I’m grateful to have found him, and to have someone that can do craniosacral work that can be covered by my insurance. Dr. Standring is semi-retired, and consequently sees a small number of patients, and is easy to get appointments with. (Rick Frank)
16 Cohasset Street, Roslindale, MA
Karen is a very compassionate and skilled acupuncturist. She has a beautiful, quiet space, does a thorough evaluation. She is very kind and gentle, explains clearly what she is doing, has given me some recommendations for self-acupressure, some diet recommendations. Located in Roslindale Square area. (Rick Frank)
Raymond Jette 2 Mt. Auburn Street, Watertown, MA 02472, 617-923-3911 Raymond is an acupuncturist, hypnotist & by my perception very coherent to the patients actual problems even if patient is not aware of them. One can reach him via his web page: http://mind-bodywellness.net/. His office is in Watertown. (Suzen Perry)
Jeffrey Wernick, Lic. Ac., LICSW
Licensed and Nationally Board Certified Acupuncturist. He has been practicing macrobiotics since 1975 and acupuncture since 1984. Fees are reasonable and Health Insurance, Worker’s Comp and PIP are accepted.
Services offered: Acupuncture Therapy; Herbal Medicine and Remedies.
Acupuncture Center Of Canton, 197 Turnpike St. (RTE 138), Canton, MA 02021
Cecile Raynor, Alexander technique teacher in Brookline. website: www.alexandertec.com. phone numbers are 617 325 0114. email@example.com
Like the self empowerment of a macrobiotic education, Cecile’s training is potentially life altering and addresses the source of our structural imbalances through the mind/body connection. (Will Klenk)
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