Beth Theodore L.Ac., MSOM is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist in California, a Diplomat of Acupuncture nationally and a published author. She obtained her Masters degree from Samra University in 2000.
After graduation, Beth pursued a unique opportunity to study with Master Jukou Kawai and Master Yoshiko Yamauchi in Kyoto, Japan. There she learned a classical style of acupuncture practiced in the United States by a select group of acupuncturists. She continues to take courses in a variety of health related subjects in order to keep up with current development in health care.
Each session with Beth is individualized and focuses on uncovering then treating the underlying root cause of the imbalance, pain and/or illness. She treats her patients using Acupuncture, Herbs, Gua Sha, Cupping, Nutrition, Essential Oils, Meditation and Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET). Experience has taught her that healing on all levels must be achieved in order to obtain lasting results.
Beth has guest lectured at Bryman College, East LA College and The Center For Integrative Psychotherapy. She also hosts Meditation and Natural Healing Workshops.
Since Beth has such a strong passion for holistic healing, she feels that everyone should be entitled so was the first acupuncturist to volunteer acupuncture services to the homeless women at the Downtown Womens Center in Los Angeles.
Currently, Beth practices in Torrance, California, virtually and offers natural healing sessions and retreats globally. She focuses on balancing the emotional body, while treating acute & chronic pain, menstrual disorders, fertility challenges, skin care, anxiety, fatigue, digestive concerns and immune health. Since Chinese Medicine is designed to bring each patient back into balance, Beth is able to treat a variety of conditions.
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