Acupuncture is an ancient medical science that was developed over 5000 years ago. For centuries, the Chinese have observed the functions of the human body as well as those of animal and plant life.

Acupuncture works on the whole body from the meridians and is based on the main principles of traditional Chinese medicine. This method consists of introducing thin sterilized single-use needles into very specific places on the body, the acupuncture points, and causing better circulation in the body in order to restore the energy balance and halt any blockage.

According to Chinese doctors, the good circulation of the Qi ensures health and balance.

Acupuncture offers a natural response to many ailments, dysfunctions of the human body or to fight against pain. It is both preventive and curative. Acupuncture treatments are not painful in themselves and even generate a feeling of relaxation.

Stéphanie has always been passionate about health. Her adventure began with a bachelor’s degree in Nursing  sciences from the University of Montreal which allowed her to better understand the therapeutics as well as the care of Western medicine.  Her curiosity pushed her towards osteopathy which allowed her to deepen her knowledge of the human body and also to develop her palpation technique and therapeutic touch. It was only a matter of time before acupuncture piqued her curiosity.

Magnificent approach aimed at working the human body as a whole based on an energetic and holistic approach that comes to us from traditional Chinese medicine. Each individual is unique and needs its own treatment plan. We all have the inner resources necessary to seek out our body’s healing potential. Her journey will therefore have enabled her to better understand the needs of everyone through the eyes of Western and Eastern medicine.

A graduate in acupuncture from Rosemont College, Stephanie is also a member of the Order of Acupuncturists of Quebec and the Association of Acupuncturists of Quebec.