In February, I had the pleasure of soaking up the vibrant vibes of Bali alongside 23 fellow practitioners hailing from America, Indonesia, and Australia. Our rendezvous took us to the enchanting enclave of Seminyak.

I find myself brimming with gratitude, particularly towards the esteemed Dr. Poney Chiang from Toronto, whose expertise and wisdom left an indelible mark on us all. Dr. Chiang delved into neuro-meridian acupuncture, the enlightening us on its efficacy in addressing a myriad of conditions such as tingling and numbness caused by trapped nerves from sciatica, bulging disc in the neck and spine. The use of this style of acupuncture enhances improvements in neurological manifestations such as those observed in Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis (MS), and autoimmune diseases.

Witnessing footage of stroke patients reclaiming mobility through the power of acupuncture was nothing short of extraordinary. It served as a poignant reminder of the profound impact this ancient practice can have on restoring health and vitality.

Each day, I am reminded of the profound gratitude I hold for the gift of traditional medicine.

acupuncture workshop in Bali