Abundant Life Well-Being
You are the keeper of the Key.
You are the source of your own empowerment.
Acupuncture stimulates the body to heal itself.
Hypnosis and guided meditation are, in reality, guided self-hypnosis and guided self-meditation.
Massage relaxes best when one calms the mind to allow the body to relax.
Your mind-body-spirit empowerment resides within you.
All you need is a guide to help you tap into the
natural healing powers of your body and subconscious mind harmonized.
Let the sage wisdom of Oriental Medicine and Hypnosis speed your journey to
inner balance with flowing energy
peace and joy
Begin your new tomorrow ... today.
Some mind-body terminology variations to try if wanting to do online research:
Other terms for HypnoPuncture: Hypno-Puncture, hypno-acupuncture, hypnosis-acupuncture, acupuncture-hypnosis,
Other terms for acupuncture: TCM, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Oriental Medicine, accupuncture (a misspelling), AOM
Other terms for hypnosis: hypnotherapy, hypnotize, mesmerize, past life regression, spiritual hypnosis, spiritual hypnotherapy, hypnotist, hypnotherapist
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In the Sacred Arts Sanctuary offices at
1785 W State Route 89A, Ste 1D
Sedona, Arizona 86336
*Lose Weight *Quit Smoking
*Reduce Pain *Improve Digestion *Improve Immunity
*Balance Hormones *Improve Fertility *Improve Sleep
*Explore Past Life Regression
*Release Fears *Phobias *Anxiety *PTSD
*Increase Self Confidence *Improve Energy *Improve Focus
*Sports Performance & More
Do YOU feel:
Frustrated? Angry? Stuck? Depressed? Anxious?
Overwhelmed? Scared? Sluggish? Insecure?
Tired? Heavy? Negative? Guilty? Alone?
Stuck? Not in Control? Pain?
Are you ready to remove old blocks and to make life and health goals reality?
Take that first step forward to take control with calm confidence to live the dream.
Start your new tomorrow ... today.
When we work together to help you achieve your goals:
Calming the nervous system and boosting the body's self-healing mechanisms,
nourishing and reducing imbalances,
through Oriental Herbal Medicine and Nutrition
and accessing the subconscious that stores
old out-dated or faulty programs of messages and emotional connections,
With integrative mind-body-spirit holistic therapies, you will more easily release fears, frustration, pain, worries, and self-sabotaging ways
to find yourself noticing changes you've wanted...on automatic.
Are you ready?
Give yourself the gift of tomorrow.
Empower yourself today.
Experience your personalized integrative mind-body holistic healing of Acupuncture-Hypnosis, Acupuncture-Massage, Reiki-Massage, Reiki-Acupuncture or work with Lea to determine your best individualized multi-modal therapy combination here in the calm of west Sedona.
Hypnosis by phone, Skype or Facetime is also available for your convenience.
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Experience acupuncture hypnosis in Kealakekua.
Contact Lea for a short consultation or to schedule your appointment in Sedona or to schedule a remote (phone or Skype) session or in our Sedona office.
Email us or call/text 928.821.6878
Early research on Hypno-Acupuncture shows:
With the synergetic effect of simultaneously employing
BOTH Oriental Medicine AND Hypnosis
Change happens quickly.
ahh!! Acupuncture-Hypnosis Hawaii
now serving Sedona, Arizona
for your Abundant Life
Lea Siebert, LAc, CHt, LMT, Reiki Master. Certified Consulting Hypnotist
1785 W. State Route 89A, Suite 1-D, Sedona, AZ 86336
My multi-modal holistic wellness office is centrally located to:
Sedona, Sedona West, Village of Oak Creek,
Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Cornville, Rimrock, Camp Verde
formerly serving the Hawaiian residents of:
Kona, Kalaoa, Kahaluu-Keauhou, Keauhou,
Honalo, Koloko, Kealakekua,
Waikoloa, Waikoloa Village, Waimea, Kamuela
Hawaii County, South Kona, North Kona
also see NCCAOMdiplomates.com/leasiebert
Welcome to Abundant Life Well-Being!
Abundant Life Well-Being is able to offer you a wide array of holistic health services. Drawing from our multi-modal "tool box" of services, which include Acupuncture, Hypnotherapy, Reiki and Massage, we are well equipped to help you find relief from stress, injuries, illnesses, or discomfort. We are also a good source for help with maintaining good health and even improving your performance in sports or work.
We offer a variety of Massages, Acupuncture, Reiki - Hawaiian - QiGong Energy work, Hypnotherapy, Pain Neutralization Techniques (PNT), and combination treatment options, such as “Acu-ssage” or “HypnoPuncture”, as well as herbal and nutritional consultations. See our "Services" page for more information. Gift certificates are available.
What is Traditional Chinese Medicine?
Traditional Chinese Medicine includes Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, massage, mind-body work of meditation and/or mind/spirit awareness, dietary therapy and exercises like Tai Chi or Qi Gong. 5,000 years old, this type of medicine is based on an energetic model rather than the biochemical model of Western medicine. The Chinese medical model looks at the body as an energetic form and sees how imbalances of the energy ultimately create physical symptoms. The physical body works in
Since TCM views the body as a whole, the imbalances may show up as seemingly unrelated problems, but to a trained Chinese practitioner, they paint a picture of the entire body’s health. Besides a detailed interview, TCM uses an intricate system of pulse and tongue diagnosis, palpation of points, and other signs and symptoms to create a composite Oriental medicine diagnosis. A treatment plan is then formulated to encourage the body towards health and homeostasis. The greatest strength of TCM is the unique ability to restore and maintain the body’s health by promoting self-healing.
What can a client expect?
Many conditions may be alleviated very rapidly by Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (i.e. stress, headaches, acute back pain, depression, acute pain conditions, respiratory disorders). However, some conditions that have arisen over a number of years will be relieved only with slow, steady progress. As in any form of healing, the patient’s diet, determination, attitude and lifestyle will affect the outcome of a course of treatment. You should notice a response to treatments by at least the third or fourth visit. In some cases, the practitioner may recommend herbs or dietary, exercise, or lifestyle changes, and clients are encouraged to actively participate in their healing process. Although Oriental medicine can treat most conditions, there are circumstances that can be dealt with more effectively, or in conjunction with, Western medicine. In such cases, your acupuncturist will recommend that you contact a Western medical doctor.
Is Acupuncture painful or relaxing?
Acupuncture bears no resemblance to the feeling of receiving an injection, since the main source of pain from injections is the larger diameter, hollow needle and the medication being forced into the tissue by pressure. Acupuncture needles (“pins”) are very fine and flexible, about the diameter of a human hair. In most cases, you may feel a sense of tingling, heaviness, numbness, or warmth in the area. Most people find the treatments to be very relaxing and many even fall asleep during treatment.
All acupuncture needles are manufactured under the strictest guidelines, and are completely sterile. They are used only once and are disposed of immediately.
To increase the relaxation experience or to reduce anxiety before a first treatment (when people new to acupuncture haven't yet experienced the gentleness of the treatment), practice deep breathing: while lying prone, place one hand on your chest and one hand below your navel; proper relaxing breathing results in the abdominal hand rising and falling while the chest hand remains fairly still. Breathing should be slow so that one can count to at least four (even ten) during each inhalation and exhalation. If you tend to be a shallow breather (neither hand moving much) or a chest breather, or if you tend to hold your breath when nervous, the fight-or-flight response will be further heightened increasing the anxiety (and possibly the sensitivity to the needles as muscles will also be unconsciously tightened in a defensive manner and the "protective qi" will rise to the surface of the skin making skin more sensitive). Abdominal breathing relaxes the nervous system and the mind.
Mindful QiGong deep breathing is also a great method for remaining relaxed while dealing with rush hour traffic!!!
What is an Acupuncture session like?
After filling out a questionnaire about your overall health, the practitioner will ask you questions that may seem unrelated to the reason you are there, but the answers help to develop a more complete picture of your health and form the basis to the Oriental medicine diagnosis. The practitioner will look at your tongue, and take your pulse at both of your wrists to further refine this diagnosis. Then, depending on the treatment, you may be asked to lay face up or face down, the pins (tiny needles) will be inserted according to the diagnosis. Many of the points are below the elbows and below the knees, and if the need arises to get undressed, you will be fully draped to keep you warm and protect your modesty. There may be times that a liniment, a heat lamp, or moxa (mugwort) may be used to heat a region or point. While pins are usually left in between 15 and 25 minutes, there may be times where that will vary. Sessions will probably vary as your condition changes and improves.