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10 things to consider before choosing a Facial Acupuncture Class

By Michelle Gellis, AP LAc MAc DiplAc. Facial acupuncture classes … lots of folks are offering them these days. The cost for typical 2-3 day facial acupuncture class can be substantial. Before you enroll, here are 10 things to consider before signing up for a facial acupuncture class: Is the instructor certified by the American …

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7 ways Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation Can Reverse Aging

Michelle Gellis Facial Acupuncture CEU Training Classes

By Michelle Gellis LAcMAcDiplAc We tend to think of Acupuncture as something that can help with aches and pains. But what most people don’t know is that regular Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation treatment can reverse aging, making you look and feel younger! Read more to learn seven reasons why taking you should enroll in an acupuncture …

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Why Clearing Blocks Can Improve Your Cosmetic Acupuncture Treatments

By Michelle Gellis LAc MAc DiplAc As a Five Element acupuncturist who teaches facial acupuncture classes nationally, I was surprised to learn that one of the basic principles I was taught in school is unfamiliar to most acupuncturists. Rooted in Five Element Theory, the practice of clearing blocks before initiating treatment is at the core …

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Cosmetic Acupuncture as an alternative to Botox® Injections

Cosmetic Acupuncture as an alternative to Botox® Michelle Gellis, LAc MAc DiplAc In recent times Botox has been used to treat a myriad of conditions. From wrinkles to headaches, overactive bladder to overactive sweat glands, the medical community has been finding new and innovative uses for Botox®.  Acupuncture has been used for over 3,000 years …

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Acupuncture Treats Moody Skin

We all know how those sagging jowls, fine lines, eye bags and lackluster skin can affect our psyche.  But according to ancient Chinese wisdom the opposite is also true. The emotions that we express each day will over time become permanently imprinted on our face.  For example, the habitual expression of worry and anger bring …

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