New York City Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

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Our team of seasoned acupuncture and Chinese medicine specialists carefully attends to the root cause of your health concerns and guides you on the path towards a healthier, more joyful and fulfilling life

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We are a women- and mother-led practice of licensed acupuncturists and certified herbalists with an emphasis on quality, compassionate and personalized care. Learn more about the principles of care that we live by.

The Five Season's Team

Sharon Yeung at Five Seasons Healing

Sharon Yeung

MS, L.Ac. Founder

Suzanne Connole at Five Seasons Healing

Suzanne Connole

MSTOM, L.Ac.​

Susan Wallmeyer at Five Seasons Healing

Susan Wallmeyer

MSTOM, L.Ac.​

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Cooking with Salty and Bitter Foods to Prepare for the Winter Season

Preparing for Winter with Warming Foods

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, each of the five seasons (Spring, summer, late summer, autumn, and winter) is associated with a specific element. As fall begins to turn to winter, we transition from …

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What Is the Thyroid, and How Does It Affect Our Bodies Every Day?

Thyroid Issues and Lifestyle tips to help

Thyroid issues have become very prevalent in my practice. Many patients suffer from mildly low functioning or elevated thyroid levels. This post explores Thyroid issues and some lifestyle tips to help.

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10 Tricks and Tips for Easing Pregnancy, Labor, and Postpartum

10 Helpful Hints for Pregnancy, Labor and Postpartum

—from the Prenatal Yoga Center Please enjoy this list of 10 healthful hints for pregnancy, labor and postpartum. Much of this information is gathered from friends, students, hands-on experience, mentors and teachers. …

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Latest from Our Blog

Cooking with Salty and Bitter Foods to Prepare for the Winter Season

Preparing for Winter with Warming Foods

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, each of the five seasons (Spring, summer, late summer, autumn, and winter) is associated with a specific element. As fall begins to turn to winter, we …

Read More
What Is the Thyroid, and How Does It Affect Our Bodies Every Day?

Thyroid Issues and Lifestyle tips to help

Thyroid issues have become very prevalent in my practice. Many patients suffer from mildly low functioning or elevated thyroid levels. This post explores Thyroid issues and some lifestyle tips to help.

Read More
10 Tricks and Tips for Easing Pregnancy, Labor, and Postpartum

10 Helpful Hints for Pregnancy, Labor and Postpartum

—from the Prenatal Yoga Center Please enjoy this list of 10 healthful hints for pregnancy, labor and postpartum. Much of this information is gathered from friends, students, hands-on experience, mentors …

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How to Treat Seasonal Depression with Self-Care, Acupuncture, and Herbs

Treating Seasonal Depression with Traditional Chinese Medicine

Clinically referred to as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), the winter blues can weigh you down during the dark months of the year. An estimated ten million Americans (two-thirds of them …

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Promoting Healthy Hair Post-Partum with Herbs, Acupuncture, Diet, and Aromatherapy

Post-Partum Haircare

After giving birth, when hormone levels return to normal, new moms often experience many physical and emotional changes. One of the most frustrating is hair loss. Just as you’ve gotten …

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Mindful Eating for Our Bodies As the Seasons Change

Green Kale Fruit Cinnamon Smoothie

I recently came across this recipe on YogaPeach.com as I was looking for some new food options as we enter the warmer months. Small bunch of kale, approx 1 cups, …

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