We are happy to provide you with quality body and energy work this holiday season and into Winter 2018 at The Well... Here is our warm reminder of all of the good work that can be done here in Marfa in the upcoming months, as we say goodbye to 2017 and welcome a new year...
Elliott Ybarra, LMT, is our current local resident massage therapist, providing heart centered bodywork most days of the week at The Well... You don't have to wait until Mallory returns or for Suzi to visit... Elliott is here for you right now.
Acupuncture Sessions with Rosemary Tracy, Lic. Ac., this week, December 14-16. Rosemary will be in Marfa full-time starting in January. This is her first visit to The Well and we hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to meet and work with her.
Massages with Suzi Gruschkus, LMT, December 18-22. Suzi and her family hope to see you in our shop, NALUNA, for a Winter Solstice Celebration on December 21st, from 6-8pm. Cheers to the holidays with 15% off all wine and bubbly. xx
Rolfing, TMJ Sessions, and Visceral Manipulation Sessions with Katherine Davis, LMT, January 13-19, 2018.
Rosemary Tracy is a Nationally-Certified Acupuncturist and Herbalist and is board certified as a Diplomate by the National Commission of Certification for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). In her practice, she has been effective at treating a wide range of health concerns including, but not limited to, musculoskeletal pain (acute or chronic), migraines, women's health and reproduction, allergies, insomnia, anxiety, digestion, hormonal imbalances. She enjoys helping her patients feel comfortable, cared for, and most importantly, better walking out than they did walking in.
Before becoming an acupuncturist, Rosemary graduated with a BA in Psychology from Colorado College. She worked as a Supported Living Companion for adults diagnosed with mental illness and developmental disabilities. It was this work within marginalized populations that first sparked her desire to study medicine and the healing arts in a deeper and more meaningful way. She began to study, practice and teach yoga which continues to be a major part of her own self-care routine. Her passion for the healing arts expanded to gardening, farming, and the cultivation of medicinal herbs as well as creating her own recipes for medicinal herbal products including as tinctures, salves, and liniments.
Rosemary earned a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine with over 3,500 hours of didactic and clinical training from the New England School of Acupuncture, the oldest accredited institution in the United States. Her training includes Chinese Acupuncture Studies, Chinese Herbal Medicine and a specialization in Japanese Acupuncture Studies.
For three years beginning in 2014, she successfully ran her own acupuncture and herbal medicine practice in Wrentham, MA. In this time, she became adept at developing individualized treatment plans for her patients, built positive patient-practitioner relationships, and became skilled at treating a wide range of illnesses and diseases including digestive dysfunction, acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain, infertility and women’s reproductive health, migraines, insomnia and allergies.
At one point early on in acupuncture school when Rosemary was just beginning to learn Chinese herbs, she remembers realizing that she had been waiting all her life to learn this ancient medical practice. The desire to deepen and perfect her practice of acupuncture and herbal medicine continues to be of utmost importance in her life. She welcomes with gratitude each individual that comes to her seeking health care treatment.