When fashion designer Norma Karmali tore her meniscus, she was determined to find a way to relieve her knee pain without resorting to surgery.
Through her research, she learned about Dr. Jingduan Yang of the Yang Institute. Dr. Yang used acupuncture to alleviate Karmali’s knee pain, and it worked so well that she decided to try facial acupuncture to improve her skin and ease signs of aging.
“The morning after my first facial treatment, I looked like I had a great night’s sleep,” Kamali said to T: The New York Times Style Magazine in an article they wrote about the benefits of acupuncture. “People kept complimenting me.” After a year of weekly sessions with Dr. Yang, she said the results have been astonishing. “I feel and think I look a lot fresher. But more than skin-deep. He addresses your emotional health, your immune system and everything to do with wellness.”
With convenient locations in Bryn Mawr, Philadelphia, Marlton and Manhattan, the Yang Institute has established itself as one of the foremost centers for integrative medicine in the Mid-Atlantic region. Keep reading to learn from our experts about the benefits of acupuncture and how to begin your own integrative health program.
Facial Acupuncture is a non-surgical treatment that helps reduce signs of aging and restores the radiance of youth. It is based on the 2,500-year-old principles of traditional Chinese medicine. In his book Facing East Dr. Yang discusses the top three reasons why facial acupuncture works for healthier skin and anti-aging:
Cosmetic Acupuncture is healthier, safer, and less expensive than surgical facelifts and chemical injections. It is non-invasive, pain-free, requires no recovery time, and has no side effects or risk of disfigurement or scarring. It will bring out your innate beauty and radiance for lasting and natural-looking results.
Yang Institute and its affiliate Tao Clinic of Acupuncture offer a comprehensive Yang Signature Facial Rejuvenation Program, which includes facial acupuncture, facial cupping, infrared sauna and nutrition counseling. These treatments are done by an experienced acupuncturist with M.D. from China. The Institute’s one-month beginner program includes 8 sessions (2 sessions per week) followed by weekly and monthly maintenance sessions, and our popular 3-month program contains 24 sessions of facial acupuncture, infrared sauna and facial cuppings.
According to The Sun magazine, Kim Kardashian, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston are said to be fans of the ancient practice of Chinese acupuncture.
Why are we so enthralled with celebrities’ favorite brands and discoveries? Celebrities have the resources to try any and everything they want, which ultimately saves the rest of us valuable time and money since we do not have to experiment and see which work best.
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