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edmonton acupuncture for fertility, IVF, pregnancy, women’s health, men’s health & pain.


The art of healing comes from nature, not from the physician. Therefore the physician must start from nature, with an open mind.

~ Paracelsus



  • increases blood circulation

  • regulates inflammation

  • stimulates tissue repair

  • balances hormones

  • relieves pain

  • activates the parasympathetic nervous system

  • calms stress


Chinese Medicine

reminds us that we are inherently an expression & embodiment of nature. It’s about recognizing nature’s elemental patterns in ourselves & in our bodies, in order to align & balance them. It’s a system by which our constitutional landscape can be mapped out.

Our constitution is geographically marked by the conditions that it tends to present with. For example, is there fatigue, headache, or insomnia? Are there digestive, circulatory or hormonal issues? Is there pain or discomfort, sadness or stress?

Which parts of the ecosystem need to be brought back into right relationship? Is there enough energy & heat to support circulation, metabolism & integration? Are fluids absorbing & nourishing tissues or is it accumulating or leaking? Is there stagnation or rumination that is holding things up? 

Chinese medicine identifies constitutional tendencies & addresses them with acupuncture, herbs, diet, exercise, stress management & lifestyle modifications. It supports the body's innate capacity to restore balance & to function optimally.

We do our best to align & balance our own elements with those in nature so that we can reconnect, restore wholeness & invite our life's unfolding unobstructed. 


Health is the proper relationship between the microcosm, which is a person & the macrocosm, which is the universe. Disease is the disruption of this relationship.

~ Dr. Yeshi Donden