All new acupuncture clients receive 40% off their 1st consultation and bioenergetic assessment with our Holistic Health Practitioner.
What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a key component of traditional Chinese medicine that is commonly used to treat chronic pain. Increasingly, it is also being used for stress management and overall health and wellbeing. Many Western practitioners believe the strategic points used in acupuncture stimulates the neuromuscular system, and boosts the body's natural painkilling capabilities.
How is Acupuncture performed, and is it painful?
During an acupuncture therapy session, your acupuncturist will insert very thin needles into specific points throughout the body (aka: meridians). Insertion of these thin needles usually causes little discomfort.
Are the Acupuncturists at Nature’s Healthway certified?
At Nature’s Healthway, our acupuncturists are licensed through the Tennessee State Medical Board.
What are some of the benefits of Acupuncture?
Acupuncture can be used to relieve discomfort associated with a variety of different conditions, such as:
Low back pain
Meet our Acupuncturist!
Soñée Newman began her studies in healing and medicine at the Pennsylvania State University. She was accepted into the very selective and rigorous Athletic Training program where she worked with seasoned Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapists and Doctors serving various student athletes on, as well as off campus at other schools.
During her last years at Penn State, and after graduation in 2004 she worked with child athletes at several summer football camps run by NFL players. Beginning in 2008 she spent a year studying Traditional Chinese Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM, Now Pacific College of Health and Science), in California where Acupuncturists are primary care providers. While in California, she also attended Mueller College, a well respected school of Business and Holistic Health in San Diego. In 2009, she received a certificate as a massage technician. She transferred to Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts in Asheville, NC to continue her Chinese Medical training in Classical Chinese Medicine. There she completed a comprehensive and intense 4 year Master of Science degree in 2013.
After completing 4 very strenuous board exams, Soñée is a certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine), by the national accreditation board, National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She is licensed to practice in the state of Tennessee.
Soñee's understanding of the principles and techniques of Oriental Medicine, as well as Western medical theory and pathology, is vast from her undergraduate studies, graduate studies, personal study, and continuing education classes. Some of her special interests include: Pain relief, cancer support, orthopedic injuries, rehabilitation support, addiction detox, pediatrics, women’s health issues & infertility.