Being present. Knowing one's body. Observing the mind free from distraction. Feeling healthy.
This is wellness. There are a plethora of methods available to achieve this, from exercise and meditation to regular therapeutic treatments. Acupuncture, massage, and Chinese herbs provide access to wellness both during and after the actual event: the somatic, mental, and emotional effects of any of these treatments can last long after the actual session is complete.
As a practitioner, I strive to help my clients and patients enhance their current state of health. This includes those dealing with a physical injury, a chronic or acute internal condition, stress, or those who are looking to supplement an established physical regimen with bodywork. The term "health" has both objective and subjective definitions. For more on my views of the term, please click here. Please explore this site to learn more about ways to foster your own wellness. Call or email me with questions about any aspect of my services, including techniques and rates, or to schedule an appointment at my Seattle clinic.
About Greg Lewerenz
I am an East Asian Medical Practitioner (EAMP)/Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc) and Licensed Massage Practitioner (LMP) in Washington State and a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with the National Yoga Alliance. My practice is located in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.
While studying in China, I furthered my yoga training at Yoga Yard, studying with Mimi Kuo, Robyn Wexler, and Matthew Cohen, and returned to Idaho in 2005 to complete a year-long internship at the Blue Lotus Sanctuary with Anusara-affiliated teacher Patricia Berger. I subsequently received certification in 2006 through the National Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT). Click here to read more about my more recent yoga training. I am a member of the Greater Seattle Business Association (GSBA), the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce, Washington East Asian Medicine Association (WEAMA), National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA), Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP), the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IATY), KulaEvolution Yoga, the National Yoga Alliance (YA), and I sit as the Alumni Representative on the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine Advisory Board.
Acupuncture. Massage. Yoga. Health.
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