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Acupuncture. Cupping. Herbs. Traditional Chinese Medicine
 

PHILOSOPHY

Throughout my life, the lens of perception through which I filter the world has always been one of healing.I personally get acupuncture at least 1x a week and my mindfulness practices include a gratitude list each morning and a 20 minute meditation.

A balanced life is crucial to overall wellness of body, mind and spirit. The most dangerous adversary to balance in our lives today is the toxicity of Stress. Contemporary medical practitioners of all doctrines agree - 95% or more of all disease is caused by unresolved stress stagnating in the body over long periods of time creating imbalances in the endocrine system, glands and hormones.

This "Balance Bondage" can start as early as your 20's or 30s and affects both men and women. Educating ourselves to prevent these imbalances in the first place is ideal but if you're already experiencing unexplainable mood swings, acne, chronic body pain and fatigue, chances are hormone balancing through acupuncture, nutrition and herbal supplements as well as a mindfulness practice will help.

 
 
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ROBERT YOUNGS, L.Ac, Dipl. O.M., MFA,

Robert Youngs, L.Ac, Dipl.OM, is an Acupuncturist and Herbalist who treats patients out of his office in Beverly Hills, CA alongside his Aussie Shepherd Dakota, who is also an exceptional healer.

Robert works from a premise that 95% of all illness is caused by unresolved stress which stagnates our energy physically, mentally and emotionally. Using consistent acupuncture, herbs & mindfulness we can address current issues & prevent future ones by keeping our energy moving freely at all times.

A former New Yorker Robert loves theater, film, music, sand volleyball, surfing & KCRW. He is a passionate accumulator of scientific information and healing tips from the best podcasts. He hold degrees from Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Columbia University.

Robert has appeared on CBS News, ClevverTV and is a contributor to Mindbodygreen, Byrdie, Elephant Journal, The Chalkboard Magazine & Curejoy. He features on wellness panels at Love Beauty Wellness Festival.

Connect with Robert on IG: @YoungsHealth

 
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STEVEN HAN, L.Ac.

Steve graduated with a Master's from Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine where he treated a variety of conditions including pain, orthopedics, men’s & women’s health issues, digestive disorders, stress, skin issues, and man other issue.. In addition to his clinical training at Yo San, Steve also completed an Externship at Venice Family Clinic under Dr Kord. and an Orthopedics specialty under Dr. Don Lee as well as volunteer work at Being Alive.

His goal is to educate and inspire living a healthy lifestyle by making informed choices with an emphasis on prevention and self-cultivation. What we eat/drink and feel/think can enhance or diminish the quality of life. The role of a doctor is to teach the patients so they can take responsibility for their own health. Steve sees himself as a conduit to self-healing, one acu-point at a time.

Steve treats all issues and especially enjoys treating musculoskeletal disorders, back pain, shoulder tension/pain, and body pain in general and likes using electric stimulation (estim) acupuncture on motor points

 
 
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ALEX BRIDGES, L.Ac.

Alec Bridges received his Masters Degree from Yo San University in Los Angeles where he treated a variety of conditions including pain, orthopedics, men’s & women’s health issues, digestive disorders, stress, skin issues, and man other issue.. In addition to his clinical training at YSU, he completed an observation internship under Dr Maoshing and Dr Daoshing Ni at the renowned Tao of Wellness in Santa Monica.

Alec’s interest in holistic medicine developed after years of feeling of run down without any apparent reason. Determined to find an answer, he explored nutrition, yoga, tai chi and acupuncture. Through constantly incorporating these modalities into his daily life, he experienced a significant shift in his overall health. This ultimately led him to pursue a deeper study of acupuncture, herbalism, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Alec has been practicing Vipassana meditation for 18 years and finds it to be an invaluable tool for relieving stress and anxiety, one of his areas of special interest. He treats all issues and especially enjoys men’s health and healthy aging.

 
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PALOMA FATAAR, L.Ac.

Paloma completed her clinical training at the Yo San University Clinic treating a wide array of conditions and patients of all ages including pain, orthopedics, men’s & women’s health issues, digestive disorders, stress, skin issues, and man other issue.. In addition, she received specialized training in pain management and orthopedic disorders during her internship at the Venice Family Clinic's Simms/Mann Wellness Center

As acupuncture and qi gong have played a pivotal role in her own healing path, Paloma was inspired to pursue an in depth study of Chinese medicine in order to share all the benefits that TCM has to offer. As a practitioner, she is dedicated to addressing patients' primary health concerns as well as helping to restore balance to their overall health and vitality. Paloma aims to provide a supportive environment for patients to make changes to their habits and lifestyle that can be challenging to initiate alone. Her clinical focus include women's health, autoimmune disease management, and mental/emotional wellness

 
 
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Tara Das, L.Ac.

Tara Das is a board certified Chinese medicine practitioner with a focus on holistic healing. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Tara grew up observing and learning from her parents-a western medicine physician and a clinical social worker. These strong influences shaped Tara’s values and approach to healing and wellness. Tara knows that no single approach is the right one for every individual, so she has been trained in a range of techniques and methods that allow her to meet each patient where they are at. Tara is known for her professional yet personable approach.

While attending Yo San University, Tara concentrated in Qi cultivation and mediation. Medical Qigong is a daily part of Tara’s practice and she integrates this discipline in each of her treatments. Tara is an expert in pain management and fertility support and enjoys treating all issues. With a combination of acupuncture, cupping, and herbal prescriptions, Tara tailors treatments to the specific needs of her patients and provides great relief.

When Tara isn’t busy treating patients, she is creating artwork for friends or practicing various forms of dance in her spare time. She also loves hanging out with her friends, family, and her cat Puck.

 
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Robert Youngs Herbal Formulas

  • Potent herbal supplements

  • Modern updates of Classic Chinese Herbal Formulas

  • Scientific research and clinical experience

  • Effective, gentle, natural

 
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