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FUMI MORI L.Ac., MAcOM, Dipl. OM Lic# AC160515
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Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine & Body Work
Fumi has been trained in both Chinese and Japanese acupuncture techniques and her treatment often incorporates Tuina (Chinese massage), Sotai (Japanese body work), and Moxa (herbal heat therapy). For needle-phobiac patients, she uses precious metal tools instead of needles. She enjoys working with constitutional imbalances and chronic conditions, as well as musculoskeletal problems. She believes chronic or recurring physical issues are rooted from emotional/psychological blockages, and she strives for understanding and treating deeper levels beyond physical manifestations.
NAET (Nmbudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques)
NAET is a protocol to reduce allergic reactions by re-educating your cells to change their perceptions of the external and internal stimulation, so that your body will have less stressors. The method has been known to treat wide varieties of allergies and allergic symptoms caused by various factors beyond food and environmental pollutants. If you are interested in NAET treatments, please check information on www.naet.com, and/or contact Fumi to discuss specificities of your condition.
Shonishin (Japanese Pediatric Acupuncture)
In Shonishin treatments, no needle insertions are involved, but precious metal tools are used to very lightly massage on the skin surface. The treatment usually takes anywhere between 3 to 15 minutes depending on the age of the child and the condition. Shonishin is effective for digestive, respiratory, temperamental issues, as well as boosting the immune system and enhancing the healthy physical, mental, emotional development.
Fumi is certified to teach a Ling Gui School's 1000 Hands Buddha qigong to encourage patients to be proactively involved in their health & wellness at home. She can also treat patients with qigong therapy techniques to treat headaches, boost energy and overall balancing of the body. This method utilizes some massage techniques and sound therapy.
Combining facial and body acupuncture, electric stimulation, guasha, massage, essential oils and herbal products, facial rejuvenation acupuncture helps not only revitalize your superficial tissues on the face, but release stress and balance your whole body, resulting in more lasting effects*. The treatment helps brighten the complexion, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, calm redness, and reduce puffiness and dark circles around eyes. Non-facial acupuncture is also included to support the patient's constitutional and chronic conditions. Facial rejuvenation acupuncture is especially effective for those who have started noticing the aging affects. For those who are suspecting allergies that might be causing chronic skin conditions, additional NAET treatments can be arranged in separate sessions. (*For more long-term, lasting effects, 8 to 12 sessions are recommended, starting with twice a week for 2-3 weeks and once a week thereafter.)
Monday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am to 1:00pm
Thursday 8:30am to 12:15pm
24 hours notice is required for cancellations. If proper notice is not given, you will be charged a $45 late cancellation fee.
ABOUT FUMI MORI
Native from Japan, Fumi has been enjoying living in Oregon for almost two decades. Before choosing the path of Oriental Medicine, she practiced a various styles of yoga including Astanga and Shadow Yoga for years and completed a 3-year yoga teacher training at Yoga Shala in 2009 with Matt Huish. Having worked in corporate environments, Fumi understands how easy to get into a possibly self-destructive habitual pattern. She hopes to bring her treatments to help people who seek for a transformation toward more grounded perception and receptivity in order to enjoy their lives more deeply while enhancing individual's innate healing capacity. Fumi graduated from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine with an MAcOM and also holds an MA in Asian Studies from University of Oregon. While she is not engaged in medicine and healing, she enjoys rock climbing, being in the nature, sewing, cooking and calligraphy.