About Lynn

Lynn Ablondi, certified acupuncturist

Lynn Ablondi, L.Ac., is an Acupuncturist, certified Nationally and licensed in California and Hawaii. She is an herbalist using Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine, a Barefoot Shiatsu Therapist/Educator, and a Massage Therapist.

A lifelong interest in yoga, meditation and a love of the Chinese language and culture stimulated Lynn to study Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. Lynn’s extensive training in Swedish and Shiatsu massage encouraged her to include massage therapy into her professional practice of complementary healthcare.

Her Acupuncture practice integrates diverse modalities including Aroma Therapy, multiple massage modalities, Chinese medicinal dietary practices, herbal medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture to enhance her treatments.

Through her comprehensive healthcare treatments, Lynn addresses diverse health concerns, among them:

  • flus, colds and other respiratory disorders
  • women’s health – pms, hormone imbalance, menopausal symptoms
  • urinary and bladder complications
  • headaches and migraines
  • neck, back and low back pain, joint pain
  • emotional imbalance
  • insomnia
  • anxiety, depression
  • digestive imbalance
  • weight loss
  • facial rejuvenation
  • detox acupuncture

An accomplished chef, she conducts tasty and informative Chinese medicinal cooking classes designed to maintain well being by using Chinese cooking herbs and seasonal organic local ingredients.

EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  • Master’s Degree, Five Branches University in Santa Cruz, CA, 1998. California Licensed Acupuncturist.
  • Nationally Certified Diplomate of Acupuncture, NCCAOM.
  • Administrator, Five Branches University, San Jose, CA,
  • Dean of Education, faculty member,Trinity College, San Jose, CA,    re-writing the school’s 1000-hour massage curriculum.

Along with developing personal healthcare strategies, Lynn is committed to educating her patients about the many options available for maintaining health and well being through acupuncture, herbal remedies, massage therapy, and good dietary practices. Her personal philosophy is that “Prevention is the Cure.”

 

 

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