Our goal is to offer holistic therapies to balance body, mind and spirit. We provide Acupuncture Treatment, Private and Group Yoga Classes and Reiki Treatments and Training.
The human body-mind has great restorative abilities. By using safe, drug-free methods, we can help you bring your body back into balance so that it can heal.
All of the healing modalities provided at Acupuncture & More, LLC are energy-based healing techniques that treat the whole person including mind, body, emotions and spirit.
Acupuncture is part of a total medical system based on the principals of natural balance. It promotes natural healing by enhancing recuperative power, immunity, physical and emotional health.
According to the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, “In the past 2,000 years, more people have been successfully treated with acupuncture than with all other health modalities combined.”
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Reiki, Yoga, Acupuncture
Professional Associations & Certifications
- NCCAOM, AAAOM
- Ohio Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
- International Yoga Association
- Yoga Alliance
|Person||Polly L. Morgan|
|Address||232 N. Main St., Ste 1B|
|Phone Number||(937) 707-9953|
Polly L. Morgan
Registered Yoga Teacher
* Nationally Certified Acupuncturist, NCCAOM
* Registered Acupuncturist, State of Ohio Medical Board
* Professional Master’s Level Acupuncture Program, American Institute of Alternative Medicine, Graduated Summa Cum Laude
* Guang An Men Hospital, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing, China, 9/07
* Beijing Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine, Beijing, China, 9/07
* 30+ years yoga experience, education and training
* Nationally Registered Yoga Teacher, Yoga Alliance
* 8+ years experience as a Reiki practitioner and trainer
* Reiki Master/Trainer, Usui Reiki Ryoho Tradition, The International Center for Reiki Training
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Reiki is a Japanese technique used for stress reduction and relaxation. The Reiki practitioner will place her hands either lightly touching or above your body. Like acupuncture, Reiki healing is based on the idea that there is an unseen energy that flows through all of us. If your energy is low or blocked in some way, it can create stress or illness. Reiki energy helps your body relax so that it can do what it is naturally programmed to do â€“ heal itself.
Reiki treats the whole person including mind, body and emotions. The Reiki practitioner trusts that the energy will flow to exactly where it is needed the most. After the treatment, most people have a feeling of relaxation, peace, security and wellbeing.
Reiki works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques. It is being used in hospitals around the world to speed recovery from illness and eliminate side effects of drugs and surgery.
Acupuncture is part of a complete Traditional Chinese Medical system based on the principals of natural balance. Developed in China over 3, 000 years ago, the practice has continued to evolve, grow and be refined over the years. Still widely practiced today, acupuncture has stood the test of time. Acupuncture promotes healing by enhancing your bodyâ€™s own recuperative powers and immunity creating physical and emotional health.
Acupuncture is safe, drug-free and effective. Each treatment is designed specifically for the individual being treated. In the presence of this subtle energy, symptoms often resolve completely and patients frequently experience renewed vitality.
Acupuncture treats the â€śwhole personâ€ť not a specific body part or symptom. All aspects of your health are taken into consideration including physical symptoms, emotions, environment and past health history. Acupuncture can break the pain cycle and provide lasting relief.
Acupuncture is recommended by the National Institutes of Health and the World Health Organization as an effective treatment for over 40 different medical conditions, including:
Acute or chronic pain including low back, shoulder or neck pain
Fibromyalgia or other mind-body illnesses
Tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion injuries
Headache or chronic migraine
Sinus congestion, allergies or asthma
Gynecological disorders including infertility, PMS and menstrual irregularities
Depression, stress or anxiety
Gastrointestinal disorders including constipation, chronic diarrhea, IBS, gastritis, peptic ulcer, food allergies and indigestion
Drug and alcohol addictions
Uro-genital disorders including stress incontinence, urinary tract infections and sexual dysfunction
Nervous system disorders such as dizziness, neuralgia, numbness, insomnia
Ear, eye, nose and throat disorders
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The word yoga has many meanings but is literally translated as "union." In our yoga practice, we work to create a joining or union between the body, breath and mind. In the U.S., Yoga generally refers to the practice of physical movements or poses that are coordinated with the breath. Yoga classes typically include centering techniques to bring your awareness into the body, breathing exercises, a series of physical poses and a relaxation exercise at the end of the practice. Meditation and mudras (hand positions that focus breath into specific areas of the body) may also be incorporated into the class.