Five Element Acupuncture
Alyiah Doughty DOM, LMT#494 ~ This special style of acupuncture treats your body, mind, emotions, heart, and soul – as a whole! It balances your root, elemental constitution. This helps you transform disease patterns, find peace, nurtures your heart, inner strength, and the unique gifts within you.
Also addresses: weak immune system, fatigue, digestion, hormonal imbalances, aches & pains, trauma, stress, fear, anger, grief… and more!
Alyiah’s passion is to help you deeply relax, ease pain, and attune to inner peace, strength, health, and resilience. She utilizes healing arts to nurture your heart, enhance flow in your energy channels and free your mind to rest. This supports you to embrace life, embody your true nature of unconditioned love and joy, and open to your unique gifts, passions and purpose!
Her goal with acupuncture is to uncover and treat the root cause of a condition, rather than just treating symptoms. If you are weeding a garden, you go for the roots. Otherwise, the weeds will return and sometimes stronger than before. Alyiah has seen that even where someone injures themselves in their body, is often related to an underlying, unresolved root challenge or trauma, that they may not be aware exists.
You are supported to be compassionately present with whatever is arising in your life and to access the healing intelligence and clear heart space within. We are all vessels of spirit, born in human form with a particular elemental nature that carries with it certain life challenges, purpose and unique gifts. Most people identify with the challenges and have not realized the amazing gifts that are within! When we live from compassion, clear heart and insight, and share our gifts, we benefit and the world does too!
First session is 2 hours and the cost is $158.00
Follow up sessions are 1 hour and the cost is $79.00
ALYIAH DOUGHTY, DOM, LMT #494
Alyiah began as a massage therapist in Juneau, Alaska in 1983. She moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1984 to attend Dr. Jay Scherer’s Academy of Natural Healing. From 1986-1989 she attended The International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Santa Fe. During that time she also took her first trainings in Cranial Sacral Therapy. She became a Diplomat in Acupuncture with the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in 1988, and a New Mexico Licensed Doctor of Oriental Medicine in 1990.
Wanting to work more deeply with the whole person utilizing acupuncture, she attended a series of Five-Element Acupuncture trainings in 2005-06 with David Ford. She also studied Ayurvedic Nutrition and Self-Care with Amandea Morningstar in 2010-12.