Health & Fitness
New patient acupuncture treatment in Madison Park with Annie Lindberg. Annie is an acupuncturist, herbalist, Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine practitioner, and yoga teacher. Her goal is to help patients engage their inner resources in order to heal fully. She helps patients become pain-free, move freely, feel free.
Before studying Ayurveda, East Asian Medicine, and acupuncture, Annie was a biologist, ecologist, and teacher. She has worked, researched, lived, and taught in many ecosystems, from the Islands of the Caribbean, to the mountains of India, the Galapagos archipelago, the Amazon rainforest, the Rocky Mountains, the giant kelp forests off Catalina Island, to the great Pacific Northwest. She led groups of teenagers on extended experimental education trips through these ecosystems, often serving as the Wilderness First Responder for the trips, making sure the participants were heathy, and healed quickly when injured. Through these experiences she has become poignantly aware of the intricate interconnection between the health of our environment and ecosystems, the health of our bodies, and the health of our spirits and minds. The more balanced each is, the more balanced all are. As such, she treats the whole person, recognizing that body, mind, spirit, and environment are inextricably interwoven.
Annie is passionate about providing attentive, compassionate, individualized care to help you efficiently and naturally recover from injury and illness and find balance within.
Annie is also the daughter of an ACC Lilly Peabody Circle member!
Schedule Online: ThePointAcapuncture.net with Annie
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