Are you ready to breathe out the old and bring in new, fresh vibrancy for the Spring? Then join me this Friday, April 19th at 7pm for Breathwork. Otherwise known as active meditation, Breathwork uses a specific 2-part breathing pattern to connect to your body, move out stuck energy and emotions, and expand into your heart. Breathwork is part grounding, part catharsis, part community building and part psychedelic experience.
There’s nothing like community, connection and creativity when you live in such a big, bustling city. For me, my vibrant friends and loved ones are what light me up when I’m wiped out from the grind. That’s why I’m inviting you to a special event that brings all of this together: Community Acupuncture as a part of the Bang Bang Manifesto series in April.
Change is in the air this Spring. I'm thrilled to share some exciting news that represents expansion and long-term stability for Prinz Acupuncture and ultimately creates more ease, vibrance and enjoyment for you, my valued clients and friends. As of June 1st, I will be unveiling a brand new permanent home for Prinz Acupuncture. Located in the heart of NoMad on E. 28th St and Broadway, it will be a calm, comfortable and beautiful oasis for healing and rejuvenation.
Are you dragging through this long, never-ending winter? I don’t know about you, but I’m OVER the snow, I’m feeling draggy, and I’m dreaming of a sunny beach. Many of my patients are reporting the same, and at least half are still getting colds and infections. The goal of this post is to share some wisdom from acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine help you get through the doldrums and feel like your best self for Spring.
Do you feel and look depleted from holiday excess and plunging temperatures? I know my skin has been unhappy with too much Thanksgiving dessert, long hours and relentless radiator heat (that no amount of water can undo!). The good news is that it’s possible to turn back the clock with with our newest addition: Celluma LED Light Therapy for anti-aging, acne, inflammation, and skin health.
Thank you to everyone who joined me at C24 Gallery in Chelsea to share in a Breathwork Healing experience. We came together at the intersection of art and healing, as part of the internationally renowned artist, Katja Loher’s solo exhibition, “What is the Color of Scent.”
It was beautiful to see more than 30 guests (and a very well-behaved dog) gather under Katja’s glowing, muti-dimensional art, as I led them through the powerful meditative practice of Breathwork. My intentions for the experience were to introduce everyone to this powerful form of self-healing, and to help people deeply connect to their bodies, five senses, and the magical artwork surrounding them.
I’m pleased to announced a collaboration with the internationally renowned artist, Katja Loher, in an immersive Breathwork & Acu-Healing experience at C24 Gallery. Katja’s show, “What Is the Color of Scent,” transforms the gallery space into an ethereal world in which the viewer journeys through an enchanted universe altered by vision, sound, and scent. The event on October 20th at 4pm will be held within the artwork and will feature Breatwork healing, an active meditation that clears stuck energy and frees up the emotional body, followed by the application of auricular (ear) seeds.
Most of my patients initially seek out acupuncture treatment to alleviate pain or a physical condition like allergies or digestive issues. And many are pleasantly surprised to float out of the session, feeling mentally relaxed with a calm mind and heart. If this sounds familiar, you’e not alone!
For thousands of years, acupuncture and TCM has embraced the powerful connections through which emotional, spiritual, and behavioral factors effect overall health.
Just Say “NO” To the Cold & Flu With Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
SAY YES TO INCREASED IMMUNITY WITH MY FIVE EASY TIPS
We’re right in the middle of cold and flu season and people are dropping like flies—straight to bed with a box of tissues, NyQuil and well-deserved self-pity. Don’t be one of them! As an acupuncturist, I’m not immune to germs, BUT I have tricks up my sleeve for staying healthy.
But first, if you do get sick, keep in mind that acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a powerhouse remedy for the common cold and flu, and the sooner you treat it, the better. During this time of year I often get calls from patients who apologetically say that they can’t come in for their appointment because they’re sick. My immediate response is an emphatic, “COME IN!”.