Make an appointment with Marilyn
My fascination with human nature initially led me to study psychology, then sexology. It was through a journey rich in detours that I discovered acupuncture first as a tool, then as a way of life. I specialized in different branches of this medicine such as:
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addiction disorders (NADA protocols at the Dollard-Cormier center), Chinese dietetics (combining the right foods according to your own typology), the endocrine system (glands and hormonal regulation), pain treatment (master Tung) and acu-lift (unification of the complexion, work on the symmetry of the features, prevention and aggravation of wrinkles, etc.). Acupuncture remains for me of great accuracy to work with the eternal source of inspiration that is the human being!
Make an appointment with Caroline
More than 10 years ago, I went through an episode of acute and stubborn pain that led me to consult acupuncture. Although initially skeptical, I was more than surprised to see a remarkable improvement in my condition following the treatment. This experience was a real revelation, to such an extent that I decided to make it my profession. My practice integrates several therapeutic tools including cupping, electro-stimulation, moxa, guasha and acupressure (stimulation of points by touch).
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Acupressure is particularly effective in maximizing the effect of regular treatment and also reduces the number of punctures, which is very useful with children or people who are more reluctant to use needles, for example. Chinese medicine is vast and presents an understanding of the human body through several types of lenses that I undeniably enjoy exploring by studying different systems of classical acupuncture. Among other things, I deepened the approach of Dr. Tan and that of Jing Fang (Chinese pharmacopoeia). These studies have allowed me to improve my efficiency as an acupuncturist, in the presence of digestive or psychic disorders (anxiety, depression) or acute and chronic pain, to name but a few. Overall, my approach is rooted in the present and based on deep multi-dimensional listening and genuine empathy.