- Cloud 9 Acupuncture - Timonium
22 West Padonia Rd. Suite B-324
Timonium, MD 21093
(443) 521-3583 Mobile
- Cloud 9 Acupuncture - White MarshLocated within Health Quest Chiropractic
8007 Corporate Drive, Suite F
White Marsh, MD 21236
(443) 521-3583 Mobile
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It’s time for a tune up!
In Chinese Medicine, we acknowledge that Summer brings the gifts of laughter, partnership, and joy. This is seen by our desire to vacation with loved ones, have fun and break loose, and have more get togethers with old and new friends. In Summer, our Heart, Pericardium, Small Intestine and San Jiao are at their peak of functioning and at their most vulnerable. If challenged, you may notice some issues with regulating your body temperature or fluids- hello edema! Swollen ankles, anyone? If this is an issue for you, you can add 2 handfuls of watermelon to your diet daily or try Job’s Tears… and don’t forget your regular acupuncture treatment.
Late Summer brings the gift of harvest time, all of our hard work is paying off and especially for farmers and gardeners we can see the ripe fruit and vegetables in abundance to eat. We get a feeling of “life is good and easy” because there is plenty of food and a general sense of putting our feet up to relax. The gifts of Late Summer are empathy, sympathy, mothering oneself/tending to oneself versus how we take care of others. There is a lot of digesting life, making life a part of us- the way we go on vacation to a new land, consume the culture, the food, the energy of a beautiful and interesting place as we try to take it back home with us as part of our new life experience. In Late Summer, our Stomach and Spleen are at their peak of functioning and at their most vulnerable. If this is a difficult time for your body, you may notice more loose stools or irregular digestion, stomach bloating or cramps, or gas. Try fresh mint in your diet, add to smoothies or salads, or as a cup of tea.
If you’re finding Summer or Late Summer a difficult time, emotional or physically, don’t suffer alone. It’s time for a tune up. Schedule your appointment with one of our wonderful acupuncturists, available in White Marsh or Timonium, Monday thru Saturday as early as 7am, as late as 7pm.
Acupuncture is the perfect one hour vacation, with benefit to your mind and body.
Check out the Zoom Video link below “7 Questions You Need to Ask Your Acupuncturist”
with our Acupuncturists, Jaeok, Nancy, Kelly, Laura & Emily.
Check out a few of our Acupuncturists discuss Questions such as:
Does Acupuncture Work?
Why Did Kelly Become an Acupuncturist?
What’s Kelly’s Favorite Acupuncture Point?
What are Kelly’s Favorite Conditions to Treat?
Kelly is in Timonium on Tuesday & Thursday, 12pm-8pm, Saturday 10am-3pm
Is White Marsh better for you? Check out our New Acupuncturists Nancy & Jaeok!
In addition to our new herbal topicals our patients are raving about that have been kicking pain’s butt – Hello Bone Water & Tiger Mom! – We are super excited to tell you we’re adding Tibetan Herbal Foot Soaks to our Acupuncture sessions at No Additional Charge.
Tibetan Herbal Foot Soaks are profoundly effective for chronic pain & inflammation, infertility and neuropathy, and much more.
Our foot soaks use high quality Chinese Herbs sourced directly from Tibet, sustainably harvested by Tibetan Priests.
Read more about our Tibetan Herbal Foot Soaks here: http://www.
Or listen to a really awesome podcast about these one of a kind foot soaks here: https://