Join Wonder Teacher Nicole Siegel and acupuncturist Meghan Meade for a workshop that combines acupuncture with yoga.
Has winter got you feeling cold, depleted and confined? Find your balance, enhance and restore your energy. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, winter’s primary element is water. The water element relates to our courage and will. This workshop will target the energetic components of kidney and bladder meridians that affect us physically, emotionally, and mentally through yin yoga, acupuncture, and pranayama. Learn to let go of struggle, practice yielding to the natural flow of life, and nourish your yin qualities with loving compassion.
- GENERAL ADMISSION: $40
- MONTHLY MEMBERS: $32
Meghan is a graduate of the New England School of Acupuncture (now Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences) where she earned a dual degree in Chinese and Japanese acupuncture styles and Chinese Herbal Medicine. Since having started a clinical practice in 2016, Meghan earned a Masters degree in Pain Research, Education, and Policy from Tufts University School of Medicine and currently integrates both Eastern and Western theory and therapeutic approaches into her work with patients. Alongside her acupuncture work, Meghan’s experience as a yoga teacher and health coach have given her an appreciation for the varied approaches one can take to improve physical, mental, and emotional health. A firm believer that the human body has the innate capacity for healing, Meghan strives to educate and empower her patients to achieve balance and wellness through not only acupuncture and herbs, but also nutrition, exercise and mindfulness practices. To learn more, please visit www.meghanmeadeacu.com.