Esther Platner, L.AC. a graduate of American College of Traditional Chineses Medicine (ACTCM) in San Francisco, has been serving her community as an Acupuncturist since 1986. Through her journey she has come to embrace the ancient tradition of Chinese medicine in its truly holistic approach to life. She understands that for healing to happen we must consider the harmonization of the body, mind and spirit. Thusly, Esther has an eclectic approach, her training and tools including TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), Japanese Acupuncture, Traditional Five Element Acupuncture, Korean Hand Acupuncture, Biodynamic Cranial Sacral, Pre and Perinatal Trauma Resolution, Somatic Experiencing, NAET (Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique), NET (Neuro-Emotional Technique), QRA (Quantum Reflex Analysis), Nutritional Coaching and Evaluation of Functional Medicine testing. All of these modalities are simply different windows that look into the same room, the room of you. As a practitioner, Esther uses her perspective and understanding of Oriental Medicine to deeply listen, observe, and access the relative imbalances of each individual. Subsequently, the modalities that are most suited to you personally are applied to bring incongruent energies back into coherence. Esther is committed to assist you in attaining your highest state of harmony in body, mind and spirit.
Esther has created Inner Spring Center for Health as a place where you can come from your busy life into a space of quiet serenity, re-establishing a sense of inner peace and presence where healing happens.
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Acupuncture uses the map of your energy matrix. Just like you have a nervous system... read more >>
Acupuncture treatment is directed towards treating human beings, not symptoms. In other words it is our job to restore your innate healing... read more >>
The number of treatments required is a highly individualized matter. It depends... read more >>
Acupuncture needles are much smaller and easier to take then most people imagine. There may be a slight pinching... read more>>
All needles are disposable, wrapped in sterile packs and disposed of after each use.
Yes, feel free to bring someone into the room if you feel comfortable doing so.
The initial treatment usually begins with acupuncture points on the back. This requires removal of your clothes from the waist up... read more>>.
It is best to relax and allow yourself to rest deeply during your session...
Understanding Services Offered:
Biodynamic Cranial Sacral
Quantum Reflex Analysis
Nutritional and Life Style Consulting
integrated Sound-Light Relaxation System (iSLRS)
Healing Foods by Alla