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Heartsource Integrative Wellness

Apr 23, 2020 11:06PM ● By Erica Mills

Donna MacLean Gordon

Heartsource Integrative Wellness

Donna MacLean Gordon
Bridge Healing Arts Center
304 Main St, Farmington
[email protected]

Summary/services offered:
I specialize in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) healing modalities such as Tui Na acupressure massage, medical qigong therapy, healing teas, Tong Ren healing, cupping, qigong and tai chi instruction, Reiki healing and pastoral and spiritual counseling.

What drew you to the profession?
My interest in TCM began when I studied qigong and tai chi with Dr. Ming Wu at the Wu Healing Center. I also had some health issues at the time that were cured and controlled with TCM modalities. After completing an internship with Dr. Wu, I began my own practice.

How does your work differ from others in your profession?
My ability to tune into the body to understand the underlying source of dis-ease and dis-harmony are unique to me. I work intuitively and energetically with the body to find blockages within the energy meridian system to bring balance to mind, body and soul.

What should someone expect from working with you?
Clients can expect a practitioner who will take a careful and detailed assessment of their health concerns. Many different Traditional Chinese and energetic healing modalities may be used as needed. I try to gently guide clients in the journey to wellness through qigong and tai chi movement, diet and positive lifestyle changes.

What is most important for Natural Awakenings’ readers to know?
I believe that our bodies contain valuable wisdom with which to heal themselves. Teaching and guiding clients to learn and heed this innate wisdom is a great honor and privilege. See ad, page 2.

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