• New Business Offers Stress Relief over Lunch for Center City Professionals

    May 22, 2018 | Julie Moore
  • Julie Moore announces the opening of her practice, Windrose Acupuncture, designed to treat busy, working professionals on their lunch breaks. Her week-long grand opening events will culminate with an open house celebration at her Center City practice on Thursday, May 10th from 5:30-7:30pm in the Medical Arts building at 1601 Walnut Street, Ste. 1504, Philadelphia, PA 19102.

    A former corporate executive, Moore has suffered, first-hand, the effects of a too-busy lifestyle and the stresses of balancing work and family. Ultimately, she earned a Masters Degree in Acupuncture studies and now brings a comprehensive mind/body healing approach to corporate executives in Center City.

    What sets Moore’s practice apart from others is her ability to offer on the go care, catering to the professional with little time to spare. In addition to full service treatments, she also provides 45 minute focused treatments designed to give the patient the ongoing care he or she needs during the gaps in a busy schedule.

    Grand Opening

    The May 9-10th grand opening schedule will include complimentary acupuncture, refreshments, giveaways, and offerings from other local wellness providers Fit Over Forty, Manual Therapy by Emmanuelle, and Yoga by Ash Brightwell. All guests will be entered to win complimentary acupuncture, visceral manipulation and yoga sessions. Free tickets available at: http://windroseacu.eventbrite.com.

    About Windrose Acupuncture

    Windrose Acupuncture offers a holistic approach to help you navigate the challenging times. We use acupuncture and the traditions of Asian Medicine to encourage the body’s own natural healing mechanisms. Along with treatment, we suggest lifestyle strategies focused on diet, exercise, and meditation to support your healing process between visits. To learn more about Windrose Acupuncture visit, www.windroseacupuncture.com

    About Julie Moore

    Julie Moore is a NCCAOM Board Certified licensed Acupuncturist and holds Masters degrees in both Acupuncture Studies and Business Administration. Through effective use of Acupuncture and other Asian Medicine therapies (cupping, Asian Therapeutic Massage, moxibustion) she has enabled patients to overcome physical and emotional barriers to achieve wellness and balance in their lives.

    Julie’s practice is influenced by her studies both in the US and in South Korea. She integrates multiple styles including TCM, Five Element, Korean, Sports/Myofascial acupuncture along with Asian Therapeutic Massage techniques including Tuina and Shiatsu.