Hi. My name is Noell Eanes. The M.Ac. you see after my name stands for Master of Acupuncture. Acupuncture is my first love, however, I wear many hats.
I am an Eastern Medicine practitioner, which means I practice acupuncture as well as other techniques such as gua sha, cupping, and qigong.
I earned my master's degree from the Maryland University of Integrative Health, and have completed post-graduate studies in both Japanese and Chinese healing. I have specialized training in some interesting niches of Eastern medicine including Classical Chinese Five-Element Acupuncture, Advanced NADA Detox, Japanese “Needle-less” Shakuju Therapy, Zero Balancing, Meditation, Qigong, and Reiki.
I am also a Certified Spiritual Healer and Certified “Infinite Possibilities” trainer. I love teaching and using EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique, breathing techniques, and visualization. My passion is helping clients heal and create a deeper, more loving relationship with themselves, their bodies, and the world around them.
You can usually find me in my happy place while meditating, writing, being in nature, exploring metaphysics, helping people heal, and traveling to new places, and eating good food! .
A Sampling of What I Do:
On-Site Wellness + Acupuncture
About "Needle-Less" Japanese Shakuju Therapy
Shakuju is a painless, gentle method of treatment developed in Japan. Noell has taken advanced courses with Kobayashi Sensei, the founder of Shakuju Therapy. The goal of Shakuju is to alleviate symptoms by restoring balance and vitality to your body. It works by using tools called a teishin or Shakuju needle that direct the flow of Qi (energy) without puncturing the surface of the skin. Moxibustion is also performed on points on the body by warming of an herb called Artemis Mugwort. You’ll leave after a session feeling restored and with a greater sense of integration and balance in your body.
Acupuncture works on all levels of your body, mind and spirit. It can help with emotional and mental issues as well as the physical, oftentimes treating multiple levels at once. Some of the most common questions asked about acupuncture are:
~Does it hurt? The sensation around the needle can sometimes be intense, but generally if you do feel something it will dissipate within seconds.
~How does it work? Acupuncture works by treating points along a meridian system developed by Chinese physicians thousands of years ago. These meridians are a network transporting and directing energy (Chi or Qi) to every part of the body including the head, arms, legs, torso, and internal organs.
~Is acupuncture good for MY symptom? Usually what brings one person to acupuncture is an acute condition like pain, however because it is based on creating balance it can treat multiple symptoms with positive results. Because of this the possibilities are vast. The World Health Organization has a list of symptoms they have identified as being helped or alleviated by acupuncture.
W.H.O. link here.