Body-Mind-Spirit



The Valley Spirit never dies. It is named the Mysterious Female. And the Doorway of the Mysterious Female is the base from which Heaven and Earth sprang. It is there within us all the while; draw upon it as you will, it never runs dry. 
-Lao Tzu, The Tao Te Ching


From its very roots, Traditional Chinese Medicine is a holistic, body-mind-spirit based medicine. Keeping this tradition in mind, we strive to stay grounded in this approach by emphasizing not only physical, but emotional and spiritual blocks to wellness in our practice. In addition to using acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, we will address your dietary habits, lifestyle issues, and emotional well-being in our comprehensive treatment plan. We may recommend breathing practices, meditation, yoga, counseling, self-care regimens, supplements and exercise as well as opening up a dialogue about what gets in the way for you when it comes to living your live with more authenticity and joy. 

Jane Gregorie has spent the past two decades studying and practicing meditation, movement, yoga, Chinese Medicine, Tibetan Buddhism and other holistic healing arts. Having learned from many amazing teachers and visionaries in the fields of health, wellness and spirituality, she shares a rich array of resources with her patients. Merry Reasons is also committed to working with patients on the level of body-mind-spirit. She is extensively trained in the Five Element system of Chinese Medicine, a paradigm that is psycho-spiritual in nature. Both Jane and Merry strive to be rooted in spirit when they come into contact with each patient so that healing can happen on the deepest level possible.

With body-mind-spirit based healing in mind, we have created a beautiful healing sanctuary at Acupuncture Denver where we offer yoga classes, meditation sessions, workshops, support groups, and space for personal reflection and movement. If the class space is empty before or after your treatment, you are welcome to use the space for meditation, qigong, yoga, journaling, or for a moment of silent reflection with a cup of tea.