Welcome

Experience inner peace and healing through acupuncture at Pacific Beach Acupuncture


 

 

Welcome to Pacific Beach Acupuncture! If you are reading this, it’s most likely because you’re ready to make some changes in your life – maybe reduce pain, or increase energy level and metabolism, or find a more peaceful and balanced way of handling everyday stress.

If that’s the case, you have found the right place. My name is Andreia, and I can definitely help you – I have been practicing Acupuncture for over 10 years now and absolutely love what I do.

My purpose in this world is to help guide my patients into realizing that everything really is connected and that we all have the innate ability to heal ourselves naturally. I am a kind, compassionate and very direct practitioner, who will listen to you, connect the dots from a holistic perspective and treat the “entire you”. I will empower you to take charge of your health, to make good health decisions and experience the changes you wish to see – whether that means less pain, more energybetter sleep or management of chronic ailments.

 

“Natural forces within us are the true healers of disease.” Hippocrates

  

 

 What to expect at your first acupuncture session:

 

The first time you come in, expect to fill out paperwork and sit down with me for a chat. I want to know what is going on with you, how your body works and how you view it. I will feel your pulse, look at your tongue and ask a few questions.

All of this will help me to develop a treatment plan that is unique to you. It includes the consultation, acupuncture treatment and/or moxa, cupping and gua sha – depending on your specific needs.

Please remember that helping the body to heal naturally takes time. The more acute (newer) a condition is, usually the easier it is to treat. So if you’re dealing with a chronic and /or life long ailment, please realize it may take time. But I do expect to see changes and improvements right away.

“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly.” – Gautama Buddha