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about

our mIssion

We are committed to giving the best individualized care with worthwhile outcomes by combining

Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western methods.

We collaborate with our patients to make them feel:

Balanced

Acupuncture has the ability to bring the body into equilibrium, balancing a patient's mind, body, and spirit.

Brighter

Acupuncture innately relaxes your body and makes you feel lighter, calmer, and energized by activating the parasympathetic nervous system.

Better

We combine different methods to ensure that patients can continue their healing journey outside the treatment room.

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about felice

Felice studied Traditional Chinese Medicine at Emperor’s College and is board-certified in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine. Her passion for medicine started as a kid, when she grew up in Hong Kong learning the effectiveness of at-home Chinese herbal remedies.

 

She continued exploring her curiosity in medicine by studying neuroscience at Bowdoin College, where she dove into the intricacies of mind-body connection.

 

In her practice, she combines both Eastern and Western methodologies in order to treat both the symptoms and the root of the problem. This way, she seeks to provide longer-lasting benefits.

 

Through a philosophy of personally tailored treatment and preventative care, Felice’s aim is to help patients live happier and healthier lifestyles.

our philosophy

At Felice Acupuncture, we help our patients find their innate abilities to heal.

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jing

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essence

qi

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vitality

shen

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spirit

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精氣神; pinyin: jīng-qì-shén, are known as the three treasures

in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

These energies intertwine humans with heaven and earth

and emphasize living in harmony with nature.

Jing is our essence, Qi is our vitality, and Shen is our spirit.

 

According to ancient Daoists, health was based on these three treasures, and when balanced, leads to optimal health.

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Jing is the root of vitality,

the innate substance that gives us strength passed down from our ancestors.

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Qi is the vital force that we cultivate in this lifetime,

through breath, food, and movement.

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Shen is the spirit of our existence and stays with us during this lifetime.

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