Meridian Yoga and Acupuncture to Recharge our Spirit
An afternoon to nourish the heart and empower our being
December 11, 2022
Join Daniel Orlansky and acupuncturists, Lynda Danzig and Ilana Margalit for a special afternoon workshop to elevate our spirit while reducing stress and fatigue. Beginning with gentle breath work, meridian stretching and Qigong, students will finish in a restorative yoga position to receive a four needle acupuncture treatment specifically designed to boost immune functioning and strengthen the the whole body.
The acupuncture treatment will last about 20–25 minutes, and be accompanied with a guided meditation.
Lynda and Illana will work specifically with the acupuncture points H 7 (Heart 7 ~ Spirit Gate) and KD 3 (Kidney 3 ~ Great Ravine) which in combination will prepare us to enter the winter season with strength and focus. Together these points are a very potent way to balance emotions and calm the spirit.
Time: 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Cost: $49 Limited to 16 students.
Lynda B. Danzig, L.Ac., M. Ac., is a practicing massage therapist and acupuncturist. She received her massage therapy training from the Institute of Therapeutic Studies in Santa Ana, CA, and her master’s degree in acupuncture from the New England School of Acupuncture in 2000. Lynda has been providing massage therapy and acupuncture in a variety of settings including her own private practice, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Osher Clinical Care Center, collaborating with allopathic and allied health partners. There have been unique opportunities as well, such as the L.A. marathon and clinical observations in the City Hospital in Wuhan, China and in Tibet. Lynda is currently at MCR Chiropractic and Rehab, formerly Cancro Chiropractic in Newton Highlands, MA.
Ilana Margalit, L.Ac., M.S., is a licensed acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist and Nourishment Counselor. She obtained her Master’s of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, and also studied at the Zhe Zhiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. In private practice since 2004, she treats a variety of conditions, neck pain, back pain and anxiety are some of the most common. In addition, Ilana works with perinatal and menopause issues. As a nourishment counselor Ilana strongly believes that food is the one medicine we take every day, and that making wise food choices can have profoundly positive effects on our overall physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.