Nourishing Energy Acupuncture

Nourishing Energy Acupuncture

Healing, Supporting & Relaxing Bodies and Minds Naturally

Located in the Denver highlands

Specializing in women’s health, digestive health, Stress & anxiety


2845 Wyandot St Apt B, Denver, Co 80211~720-295-4594

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Welcome to Nourishing Energy Acupuncture!

If you are looking for a natural & effective way to address your health concerns, in a safe and supportive environment you are in the right place.

Acupuncture is a great way to harness your bodies own healing capabilities making it one of the best Natural ways to restore your health. By stimulating the microcirculation of your body and boosting your immune system we can tackle pretty much anything.

Together we will dig deep into what your specific needs and goals are to develop a plan of care that will get to the root of your things and address body, mind and spirit.

acupuncture can help a wide range of health concerns


Women’s health

From conception to menopause

Acupuncture the missing link to women’s health

Acupuncture the missing link to women’s health

Are you ready to get pregnant when other Dr.’s said it wasn’t possible? Are you ready to have pain free periods and emotional stability during your cycle? Are you ready for a regular cycle with out birth control? Are you ready to finally deal with all those hot flashes?

We can achieve those goals together!!

Treating women’s health issues is one area that western medicine struggles. From both personal experience and feedback from other women, the western medical community really seems to fall short when dealing with most phases of women’s care. BUT this is where acupuncture can step in and really shine. Because of the holistic nature of traditional Chinese medicine we will be looking at all aspects of your body and what phase of life you are in. We acknowledge that emotions play a vary important role in women’s health and take into account the various complexities of the female system. We can help with everything from menstrual regulation, PMS symptoms, fibroids, fertility issues, PCOS, prenatal care and postpartum care and finally dealing with issues that can come with menopause. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine can regulate hormones, increase circulation, decrease inflammation and decrease stress. Every one of these factors are a part of the female system and can be addressed naturally and holistically.

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Acute & chronic Pain

Headaches & Migraines

acupuncture is probably best known for treating pain. guess what ….it is true! do you need pain relief? with a consistent treatment plan your pain can be managed.

Research has shown that acupuncture releases adenosine and endorphins, which are the body's natural pain relievers. In addition to the release of these pain relievers it also triggers the release of cytokines and decreases our levels of cortisol. This in turn reduces the amount of inflammation in the body and also reduce stress. While doing all this it helps switch our bodies out of fight or flight mode and into rest and digest.

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Digestive Health

science is showing now more the ever that the key to so many of our health problems are starting in the gut. is low energy, stomach discomfort or weight problems something that you struggle with?

Let’s dig deep and figure out why!

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Photo by Katerina Pavlickova

Digestive Health

We will help you manage a wide range of digestive issues including, but not limited to, IBS, acid reflux, heart burn, nausea, constipation, diarrhea, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, hemorrhoids, fissures, bloating, gas and weight control.  We understand the importance of our bellies! Our digestive health is the crux of overall health, and poor digestion is more often than not the root cause of many of our other health problems. Did you realize that your anxiety and even depression could be related to your digestion?

Anxiety, Stress, Sympathetic overload & Mental Health

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Photo by Priscilla Du Preez

we are overworked, overstress and our bodies & minds are forgetting how to stop & breath

Acupuncture helps to regulate the parasympathetic nervous system, gets you out of fight-or-flight mode, and balances hormones, which is key to helping  manage anxieties, stress, and nervous system overload.

In addition to calming your nervous system with acupuncture we will also look at your overall lifestyle, diet and other factors that my be leading to an over stimulated system.

Have you heard the term sympathetic overload? If not read my blog about what it is and how to help it. You may find that you have been struggling with sympathetic overload and didn’t even realize it.

Insomnia & sleep Trouble

Love love love this treatment! It has been a miracle on my sleep and rejuvenation.
— Ramon T. Denver, Co

Taking a holistic approach we work on the root cause of your trouble sleeping. Are you having trouble with sleep because of pain, hormones, anxiety, inflammation, or gut health? We will look at your personal picture and develop a treatment plan that is right for you to help get you back to sleep. 

Acupuncture can be help sleep and stress

Acupuncture can be help sleep and stress


2845 Wyandot St Apt B, Denver, Co 80211~720-295-4594


Acupuncture for Fertility, IVF support & Women's health


Women's Health

Acupuncture the missing link to women’s health concerns

Acupuncture the missing link to women’s health concerns

We recognize the complexities of woman’s health and can provide a more natural approach to treating the problems that can come with being a woman.

Together We can go beyond the traditional pills and pap smears and help you balance your hormones & body in a way that leaves you feeling your best no matter what stage of life you are in.

Acupuncture is shown to treat and wide range of very common problems that women face. By balancing the hormones and stimulating the release of endorphins and serotonin it can greatly help with conditions such as: Dysmenorrhea (painful periods and cramping) ,Amenorrhea (absence of periods), Irregular periods, Heavy bleeding or spotting, PMS, Endometriosis, Fibroids and cysts, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), Headaches & Migraines, Hormonal acne, Night sweats and hot flashes.


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Photo by Aurora Adams

Natural options to boost fertility

Acupuncture is a natural way to boost your fertility. by balancing your hormones,promoting egg quality, reducing inflammation and restoring your cycle we can optimize your chances of Conceiving and Carrying a healthy baby.

One of the best things about our approach to addressing fertility issues is that we treat the whole person regardless if your are trying to conceive naturally or through IVF. Your first treatment we will be spent doing a personalized assessment that will cover nutrition, lifestyle-including how to manage stress, fertility-enhancing foods specific to your condition, and herbal and nutritional supplements if needed. Only supplements which are safe to take during pregnancy cycle will be recommended. After your assessment you will receive your first fertility treatment and a plan for future care will be developed.

Interested in a few tips that you can get started doing at home? Read my blog post about five things you can implement at home right now! You can also learn a ton of information from the Becoming Mama Fertility Program check it out too.

IVF Support

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Acupuncture to help with IVF support

Are you looking for extra support during your IVF Journey?

Acupuncture can a be a wonderful way to support the process, increase your chances of getting pregnant and maintaining a healthy pregnancy.

Through each phase of your IVF process we can be there to support you and your body and help maximize your bodies success of conceiving a baby. By increasing blood flow to the womb and invigorating the lining of your uterus so that is can be more receptive to implantation of the embryo.

We want to be there for you through each phase of the process. Starting with the months leading up to retrieval. We recommend starting an acupuncture routine 2-3 months prior to retrieval so that your body is in its beast shape leading up. Regular treatment can help boost your egg quality, regulate and promote good hormone cycles, ovulation and increase the blood flow to the uterus while also helping manage stress and inflammation. During the stimulation phase of your IVF cycle we can help to mitigate the uncomfortable side effects that can come with IVF drugs. It can also help to improve follicle development and reduce anxiety during this stressful period. Finally after embryo transfer we recommend follow up acupuncture to help encourage successful implantation and decrease the risk of miscarriage.

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Want more control over your fertility?

there is so much that you can do to take charge of your own fertility at home and in your daily life.

In addition to receiving acupuncture there are other steps that you can take that have been proven to increase your chances of conceiving.

Check out these great resources

A holistic approach to your fertility can be just what is needed.

A holistic approach to your fertility can be just what is needed.

The Becoming Mama Program- a fun, effective, 10-day online program to boost your fertility with proven, natural, evidence-based strategies, all in one place, from the comfort of your home.

The Becoming Mama Meal Plan - get the eating guide + 4-week meal plan, recipes, and shopping lists specifically designed to support each phase of your cycle.

The Becoming Mama 4-day Fertility Cleanse - rid your body of toxins to prepare for a healthy pregnancy with this 4 day Pre-Pregnancy Cleanse.

Fertility self-acupressure - a video series that shows you powerful acupressure protocols to boost your fertility in each phase of your cycle.

Self-acupressure to support IVF success - a video series that shows you powerful acupressure protocols to boost your fertility for each phase of IUI and IVF.

The Postpartum Healing Guide & Meal Plan - a 4-week meal plan with recipes and shopping lists designed to support your recovery, milk supply, and mood.

Guided Meditations for Fertility - Fertility-enhancing guided meditations and visualizations to instill peace, and promote healing and a fertile mindset.


Vaginal Steaming has been a tradition on every continent as a way for women to maintain their own health and fertility

Vaginal Steaming has been a tradition on every continent as a way for women to maintain their own health and fertility

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The vaginal steam also called the v-steam or yoni steam is a tradition that has been used all over the world for women's health and passed from mothers to daughter, from midwives to new mothers, grand mothers to daughters. The idea is fairly simple but the results can truly be spectacular. With the use of herbal infused steam the vagina, the organs are given a soothing bath that can clean, revive, sooth and lift.

You might be wondering how it works.

Simply put you sit overtop a pot of steaming herbs while covered in a cozy wrap and let the herbs drift up and coat your organs. The herbs and frequency are chosen by your provider and developed for your specific menstrual history and conditions. And what pray tell is happening as a result of the steam? Circulation improves. The steam penetrates cells cleaning deeply. The steam also directly touches the cervix and gets through the cervical opening into the uterus. It softens scar tissue, moisturizes and tones skin tissue, clears out uterine stagnation improving normal uterine function. It also Resets the vaginal microbiome and stimulates the healthy bacteria defense mechanism. Finally, the steam helps reset normal hormone function, and may stimulate oxytocin release.

What does one use the v-steam for?

Most commonly, vaginal steaming is used by midwives for postpartum care right after a woman has a baby to help with healing, to clean, and to help lift the organs. Steaming is also used as a hygienic post-period practice. The practice helps to remove left-over blood out of the vaginal tract once the period is over. Lastly, vaginal steaming is used to treat gynecological problems. Cramps, trouble conceiving, infections, fibroids,

cysts, dryness...vaginal steaming helps to naturally get rid of the problem.

Why shouldn’t I steam?

There are really only a few reasons why you shouldn’t steam and those are pretty simple. 1) If you are pregnant or could possibly be pregnant. 2) If you are ovulating and are trying to conceive 3) If you have an active infection. 4) If you are actively bleeding during menses or after birth. 5) If you have active blisters or sores


 Digestive Health & acupuncture


are you looking to improve your energy, sleep quality, mood, or metabolism? Do you have a specific digestive concern?

Listen to your gut because it may be trying to tell you something.


What if you told you we can help with a variety of digestive and gut disorders. 

We will create a tailored plan of care specific to your situation. At our clinic, tucked away in the Highlands area of Denver, we can address a wide range of digestive complaints including IBS, nausea, constipation, diarrhea, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, hemorrhoids, fissures, acid reflux, heart burn, bloating and gas. Using acupuncture, diet changes and herbal medicines we can regain control of your symptoms and heal the digestive system.

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Our gut health is very important to overall health

Our gut health is very important to overall health

Acupuncture & Digestive Health

We are firm believers that our digestive health is the cornerstone to overall health and is at the heart of many health problems. We also believe that poor digestion can lead to other heath conditions, and at the root of many of these conditions is inflammation. Acupuncture is an effective way to reduce any inflammation, improve digestive activity, promote healing of the gut and help maintain a healthy system. 

Diet & Digestive Health

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Photo by Nick Karvounis


We can't talk about digestive health without talking about our diets. During your treatments we will take a look at your diet and decide if there are changes that need to be implemented and where things are going right. We will create a tailored plan for your specific needs. This may involve things like taking a food sensitivity test, removing gluten from your diet, reducing sugar or something as simple as getting more water.

Herbal Medicine & Digestive Health 


There are times that diet and acupuncture alone may not be enough to resolve your symptoms and in these cases we may decide that an herbal formula might be needed. Based on your Chinese medical diagnosis we will determine the specific formula that is right for you. 

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2845 Wyandot St Apt B, Denver, Co 80211~720-295-4594

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The benefits of acupuncture when dealing with stress, anxiety & Brain Health


Dealing with Stress & anxiety

Our current world is a constant bombardment. We are constantly being bombarded with input from screens, from work, phones, radio, and advertising. As a result our bodies, more specifically our nervous systems are on hyperdrive, our minds are racing and we can’t seem to settle down. If we stay in this state of over arousal for long enough then the body begins to struggle with regulating itself on its own. Each of us may experience our stresses and anxieties in different forms such as difficulty sleeping, heart palpitations, stomach upset or even just feeling on edge, but there are definite tools and ways that you can manage them.

Some of the tools that we like use are:

  • Acupuncture

  • Auricular Therapy (Ear acupuncture/pressure

  • Diet changes

  • Herbal Medicines

  • Breathing & Mindfulness Exercises

Post Head Concussion & Brain Injury

The period after a head injury or trauma can be a very scary, isolating, overwhelming & stressful time.

Dealing with symptoms following a head injury can be very frustrating. You my feel begin to Feel physically Normal but you still don’t feel like your normal self.

Are you seeking ways to heal and ease your Symptoms? Reay to get back more feelings of normalcy

There are definite ways that you can get relief from many symptoms like poor concentration, anxiety, irritability, headaches, vertigo, fatigue and insomnia. By using a combination of scalp acupuncture, traditional acupuncture, diet and herbal medicines you can improve circulation to the brain, stimulate the formation of neural connections, calm the nervous system and reduce inflammation.

Scalp Acupuncture 

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Photo by Bob Wong


How is scalp acupuncture different from the classical acupuncture points on the head and body?

Scalp acupuncture is an acupuncture method based on the modern knowledge of Western biomedical anatomy and physiology of the brain. Treatment zones have been mapped onto the scalp and are associated with body functions and broad body regions such as sensory, memory, and motor functions. During a scalp acupuncture session the needles are usually given far more stimulation than body points. The stimulation is performed either by hand or by electro-stimulation in order to activate those parts of the brain. Points on the body are used as supplemental points. 

How does scalp acupuncture work?

By inserting thin needles into the scalp we can regulate and harmonize the functional activities of the brain and body. By stimulating these reflex areas within the scalp the structural, metabolic, hormonal and energetic functions of the brain are accessible. And it's the scalp's connection to the central nervous and endocrine systems that gives us the ability to affect changes in the brain. 

What can I expect to experience during and after a scalp acupuncture treatment?

During or after scalp acupuncture, you may experience sensations in the affected part of the body.  You may also feel heaviness, electrical sensation,  or energy moving.  It is a good prognostic sign if you do feel something during stimulation; however, it is not necessary for recovery. Most patients do not experience abnormal feeling at the conclusion of their treatment.  However, it is recommended that you rest in the clinic for about 10-30 minutes if you feel at all lightheaded or disoriented.

How many treatments will be prescribed?

Because we are treating serious injury treatment frequency is important. A normal course of treatment is 3 times a week for 10 total treatments.  

Does scalp acupuncture hurt?

Our goal is to make the treatment as comfortable as possible but the needle sensations on the scalp can be strong at time. However a strong sensation is usually a good sign that the you will respond well to treatment but even without a strong sensation you can still have a good outcome. 

"I have had chronic daily migraines since a brain injury that occurred over two years ago. I've tried medications and various treatments and seen many specialists, and have attained very little relief. I was referred to Serena Shaw for acupuncture and after reviewing my symptoms, she suggested scalp acupuncture. Although I was nervous about the pain and the thought of needles in my head, I gave it a shot. After my first session of scalp acupuncture, I had a day free of headaches and eye pain! I hadn’t been pain-free in years! I was amazed at how effective the treatment was and how quickly I saw the results. Although there was pain during the treatment, it was tolerable and definitely worth it. If you’re on the fence about trying scalp acupuncture, give it a try. Serena is amazing at what she does. She will find a treatment that works for you. "-Cathy C. -Denver, CO

Body acupuncture

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We all have our personal histories and the same goes for our heath. Taking this into account these imbalances can slow down our recovery after a serious injury.  As a result there will often be times where we will also use body acupuncture to address these underlying imbalances that can be slowing your progress. The selection of these points will  draw from Traditional Chinese medicine patterns and diagnoses and used to help speed up and aid in recovery.   

According to statements of fact in Chinese medicine, any tissue or system of the body requires the nourishment of blood to perform its normal function. If a traumatic injury causes blood stasis and stagnation of qi to an area of the brain, fresh blood cannot circulate to nourish that area. This situation will commnly be complicated by whatever other patterns patients have presented prior to thir trauma.
— Chinese Scalp Acupuncture Jason Jishun Hao &Linda Lingzhi Hao


Diet and Supplementation for recovery

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Photo by Brooke Lark

As with any health condition looking at our diet and nutrition is important. It takes a lot of energy for our bodies to heal and the energy requirement for the brain is even higher! A healthy diet is important to provide the proper energy for recovery. So we will take a look at your diet to see what you are doing well and where there may be need for some improvement. We can also discuss the use of supplements or herbal medicines that may be appropriate in your specific case.  


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Massage Therapy At Nourishing Energy

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy


Massage THerapy as a Part of your Treatment plan

As a practicing massage therapist I am a firm believer in the benefits and therapeutic effects of massage therapy. I know first hand how massage can be an important part of a comprehensive health care plan. Massage is a wonderful way to promote circulation, calm the nervous system, promote lymph flow, boost the immune system, and promote sleep. It is wonderful way to cut the stress and deal with any muscular aches, pains and injuries. By its nature it is a wonderful complement to acupuncture.

There are times when massage or body work is needed as part of your treatment plan. With over ten years of body work experience I draw from a variety of styles and techniques based and use them based on your individual needs and concerns. This may include Chinese tui na, deep tissues techniques, or myofascial release. 

At Nourishing Energy I am very pleased to be able to offer massage therapy as an addition to your total healthcare plan. Conveniently located in the Denver Highlands it can easily be integrated into anyone’s self care regiment.


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Tools of the Trade


Acupuncture & how it works

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Acupuncture is the use of ultra-fine disposable needles, which are inserted at specific points of the body to very precisely redirect the flow of qi or energy throughout the body. There are over three hundred sixty acupoints on the body, and each has its own specific function.  Ultimately, acupuncture allows the body to function in a more efficient and balanced state and it accomplishes this through a decrease in the body’s stress and inflammatory responses, the increasing of circulation and balancing of hormones.

Acupuncture needles are as fine as a hair. They are stainless steel, solid, sterile, disposable, and can be inserted almost painlessly. They are nothing like the hypodermic needles you’ve experienced getting a shot or vaccination at the doctor’s office.  Acupuncture needles do not inject anything into your body. Much of the lasting pain and discomfort associated with hypodermic needles is due to the medications injected into your body.

A typical treatment can last from twenty to forty minutes.  After a treatment most patients feel relaxed and rejuvenated, with partial or total relief of symptoms treated. 

How Acupuncture works


nutritional Advice & whole food Based supplements

As part of the holistic approach Chinese medicine looks at your whole heath picture and nutrition is no exception to this.  We start by looking at your diet to see what you are doing well and what needs to be improved in order to create the healthiest, most efficient and well balanced system that we can. With a happy internal environment the body has the tools it needs to heal itself.

Another tool that we can use to help create this optimal internal environment is whole food based supplements. In a world where is it is becoming more and more challenging to get the proper nutrition solely from the foods we eat the use of supplements can  fill in those nutritional gaps.

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Photo by Peter Wendt

A holistic approach to your health includes looking at diet and nutrition.


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Photo by Bob Wong

Cupping therapy

Cupping therapy is great for increasing circulation, releasing tight and fatigued muscles, reducing myofascial pain, and clearing colds and flus. It can be used in addition to acupuncture or by itself.  The cups work to separate the muscle from the fascial layer and give a complete fascial release and promote good blood flow.  

Gua Sha is one of many methods we can use to help with pain

Gua Sha is one of many methods we can use to help with pain

Gua Sha

Gua Sha is used to treat a wide variety of conditions. Pain, digestive disorders, menstrual conditions, emotional stress and anxiety are just a few of the conditions that this technique can be used to treat. 

Gua means ‘to rub’ or ‘press or stroke.’ Sha describes the red “rash” or congested blood that comes to the surface of the skin. The therapist uses some type of tool often a soup spoon, jar lid or specialized tool to rub the areas that require treatment. Similar to cupping the skin will often be left with red, blue or even blackish bruise like marks but these marking are not painful and will fade over a few days. The treatment itself is generally not painful and often very relaxing. 

Like cupping therapy Gua Sha also clears stagnated blood, increases circulation, and releases fascia, but unlike cupping it can be done anywhere there is skin. It has also been shown to initiate a systemic anti-inflammatory response. In addition to its anti inflammatory properties it is also thought that because it is a hands on technique and the repetitive nature of the scraping creates vibrations that can penetrate deeper then surface level and actually work at the internal and organ levels. 

If you would like to read more about Gua Sha check out my blog post.

Herbal Medicine

Photo by Ricky Kharawala  Herbal medicine is another way that we add energy and nutrition to the body.

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Herbal medicine is another way that we add energy and nutrition to the body.

Acupuncture works through manipulating the energy that is already present in the body, but at times it is necessary to add energy to the system to give the body the resources that it needs to heal. This can be done two ways, with food and with herbal medicines. The wonderful thing about herbal medicines is that there are far fewer complications and side effects than with western pharmaceuticals. In addition, there is no risk of dependency.

Your body holds deep wisdom. Trust in it. Learn from it. Nourish it. Watch your life transform and be healthy.
— Bella Bleue
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Moxibustion is often used alongside acupuncture


Moxibustion is a technique that involves the burning of mugwort, a small, spongy herb, to facilitate healing. Moxibustion has been used throughout Asia for thousands of years; in fact, the actual Chinese character for acupuncture, translated literally, means "acupuncture-moxibustion." The purpose of moxibustion, as with most forms of traditional Chinese medicine, is to strengthen the blood, stimulate the flow of qi, and maintain general health. 

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Do you have questions about acupuncture and how it works? Would you like to know more about how we can help you meet your specific healthcare goals?

Please call, text or email us and find out more.

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about Our acupuncturist 

Hello! I am Serena Shaw, L.Ac. MSOM. I am the licensed and nationally certified acupuncturist here at Nourishing Energy Acupuncture. I received my master's degree in Chinese medicine from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. I am also a diplomate of Acupuncture and herbology by the NCCAOM (National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine), and certified in clean needle technique. I have a special interest in treating digestive health, women’s health and fertility, and brain injury and post concussion recovery.

I have been a licensed massage therapist for over 10 years with extensive experience working with injury recovery. A large portion of that time has been dealing with car accident victims and working with injuries. I now have my private acupuncture and massage practice here in the Denver Highlands.  I pride myself on my excellent needle technique, trying my best to provide gentle yet effective treatments.

My undergraduate work was done at Hiram College in Ohio where I received a bachelor's degree in  environmental studies with a concentration in  environmental arts. When I am not working I still love making art work, dancing making people laugh and working in my garden with my daughter. 

If you are interested in learning more about why I decided to practice Chinese medicine check out my blog called Nourishing Writings. The post is called Why Acupuncture.











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Me and my daughter Nora Photo by Molly Must

Me and my daughter Nora Photo by Molly Must


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The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly. “
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Our Office Location

Nourishing Energy Acupuncture

2845 Apt B Wyandot St
Denver, CO, 80211

The office is located on the basement level. When looking a the bright yellow door go left around the side of the building and you will see the entrance.

Entrance is located at the SIDE of the building below the Wild Indie Hair Lounge.

Entrance is located at the SIDE of the building below the Wild Indie Hair Lounge.

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