587-581-5081 Marikarhall@icloud.com

FAQ

Q: What does an acupuncture session with you look like?

A: Each return session is 60 minutes long and includes

  • 15-20 min check-in, education, sharing, dreaming, praying
  • 5-10 min insert needles
  • 20 minutes relaxation, guided or singing meditation
  • 5-10 min massage or adjunct therapy (moxa, cupping, guasha)
  • 5-10 min check-in

all education and exercise materials will be emailed to you at the end of the day of your session

In each session there is always a choice of aromatherapy, eye pillow, heated bed, blankets and music

 

Q: Who do you work with?

Women who are on a path to wellness and deeper understanding of their bodies

Women and pregnant people looking for a more supported experience of pregnancy, birth and postpartum

Anyone who wishes to find the sacred in their life and know there is something more to what they are experiencing

 

Q: How do you practice?

Through combining education, lifestyle recommendations, tapping into your innate wisdom, the collective unconscious and your energetic support team

I combine Chinese medical theory and philosophy, western medical knowledge and the principles of shamanic healing

 

Q: What tools do you use?

  • Acupuncture needles, moxa, cups and guasha
  • My hands, elbows, fingers, eyes, ears and nose
  • My voice, drum and rattle
  • Feathers, bones, crystals and flower essences
  • My guides and your guides

 

Q: How often should I come to see you?

in our initial visit, we will do an in-depth intake including what your goals and dreams are, what your financial resources are and how we can work together. With this we will make a plan, anywhere from once a week to once a month to the change of each season.

 

Q: Do you accept insurance?

Yes I accept insurance from many private insurers:

Including MSP premium assistance. If you are on premium assistance please ask for the sign up form when you make your appt.

 

Q: When do you work?

  • Monday & Wednesday 2:30-6:30pm
  • Sunday & Thursday 10-2pm

Home and Hospital visits

By appt

 

 

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