Practitioners

Acupuncturist – Margie Wesley, LAc

Margie J Wesley attended Southwest Acupuncture College in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she obtained a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM). Between her second and third year of college, Margie went to Beijing, China and studied at the China Beijing International School of Oriental Medicine in Beijing China. Margie learned Hari Traditional Japanese Acupuncture under the tutelage of  Sensei Koei Kuahara. Following her graduation, she became a Teacher’s Assistant for the point location class at Southwest Acupuncture College.

Margie has studied Kampo under Nigel Dawes and The Kampo Institute. Four Seasons Wellness and Acupuncture provides Kampo as part of their treatment plan. For more information about Kampo and if it can help you, feel free to call and someone will be happy to answer your questions.

Margie J Wesley”s primary focus is general health, infertility, emotional well being, and pain both, acute and chronic.  Margie incorporates both Japanese and Chinese styles of acupuncture in her practice and various modalities such as electro stimulation, cupping, and gua sha. She encourages the use of herbs and essential oils to her patients.

Massage Therapist – Leah Lynch, LMT

Leah graduated from Georgia Massage School and has been a licensed massage therapist since 2014. She assesses your massage need and designs a therapy specifically for you. Leah practices Swedish/relaxation, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, and Myofascial Release massage techniques. Her massage technique is both therapeutic and relaxing which will make a difference in your life by alleviating your pain and improve your wellbeing. The focus is to bring your body back to its balance point through massage and provide healing.

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