Many Rivers Videos
Learn about acupuncture and ways to stay healthy!
(This program was shot at our old location. Check out our Photo Gallery for pics of our current clinic.)
Part 1 of this series discusses how acupuncture works for chronic pain.
Part 2 of this series includes a demonstration of acupuncture and a question-and-answer session.
Learn easy points you can press yourself to relieve runny nose; sinus congestion; and itchy, red, watery eyes.
Press these points to calm your heart rate, deepen your breathing, and reduce anxiety.
Learn how to use ear seeds for stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and addiction.
Learn one simple point to relieve nausea, vomiting, and morning sickness. This point can also help with insomnia, depression, and palpitations.
The Four Gates are a two point combination that boosts immunity, increases circulation, and stops pain. Learn how to press these points, called LI 4 and LIV 3, and how they work together to bring balance to the body.
Learn our favorite at-home techniques for treating heel pain. These tips are good for people with low back pain, too!
Learn heat therapy techniques to help strengthen your immune system at home, using moxa sticks, a hairdryer, or a heating pad.
Breathe deeply and gently press a sequence of seven acupressure points to relieve seasonal allergies.
The Rotary Club interviewed Carrie Sawtell, L.Ac. about becoming an acupuncturist.
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3 Barnard Lane, Suite 205
Bloomfield, CT 06002