The YinOva Center is featured regularly in magazines, newspapers, and on TV and radio.
The YinOva Center is featured regularly in magazines, newspapers, and on TV and radio.
Welcome! To get started, just select a tab on the left.
The miracle of life became an inconceivable nightmare after one woman was implanted with someone else’s embryo through a botched in-vitro fertilization.
Now Carolyn and Sean Savage, who have brought another couple’s baby almost to term, will give the child up to his biological parents when he’s born in just a couple of weeks.
Jill named one of the top acupuncturists of 2005
“Jill is a fertility goddess,” says Marisa Schwartz, a 39-year-old Brooklyn-based teacher who conceived two sons under Blakeway’s care after trying unsuccessfully for five years.
We treat a lot of teenagers at the YinOva Center and it makes me so happy that they feel comfortable coming in to see us and are able to use Chinese medicine as a way of taking care of themselves.
The article includes extracts from the UK version of the book and an interview with Jill and Dr. David. The End of IVF?; Media: (PDF) Fertility Types
For when Motrin isn’t enough, some alternative-health experts recommend Chinese herbs to relieve menstrual symptoms. Evidence that herb cocktails can ease period pain is preliminary, but some physicians say herbs are worth a try.
Elle.com wrote an article and quoted Jill, then came in for a treatment and did a follow up piece.
From kissing to warm feet, Jill Blakeway’s book is helping couples reconnect.
Whole Living’s Valerie Frankel gets more than she expected from the Sex in Six program.
Jill gives Redbook magazine some libido boosting ideas.
“Strike up a conversation about acupuncture or alternative medicine and all roads inevitably lead to Jill Blakeway or Noah Rubinstein—or both.” Town & Country
“For as long as I can remember I have felt called to heal people in a hands-on way.” From insomnia to infertility to plain old PMS, Jill Blakeway specializes in the intuitive healing of women and children.
It’s a familiar story: Woman sacrifices libido at alter of motherhood. But one mom, tormented by her sad sex life, takes a less familiar route to get back in the sack.
“‘Some women who come off the Pill in their thirties are surprised that it takes a few cycles to get their periods back…’ says Jill Blakeway”
The city’s top practitioners are worth waiting for. But for those in the know, there’s always a way to bypass the waiting list. W Magazine attempts to uncover the secret to seeing Jill.
“Think you know everything about your menstrual cycle? Then talk a look from another perspective. A leading acupuncturist and practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine explains the map of the monthly cycle according to Eastern Science.”
Is this ancient practice an effective way to deep clean your lady parts or just a lot of hot air?
Feed Your Libido: Turn up the heat under the sheets by adding chili peppers to your next
Trying to conceive? Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Natural remedies can complement or even replace traditional treatments.
“A 2008 British Medical Journal study found that women who underwent IVF and acupuncture together were 65 percent more likely to conceive than women who only underwent IVF.”
Millions of women have trouble conceiving. Unsettled by traditional treatments, our writer went halfway around the world to explore a holistic approach.
Tiny needles are inserted into specific points of the body; this can reduce muscle tension and encourages the release of painkilling endorphins, says Jill Blakeway, a licensed acupuncturist in new york city.
Dan Keller struggled with asthma his whole life, reaching for his inhaler six times a day and trying various medical interventions. Finally, he visited acupuncturist Jill Blakeway.
Martha Stewart Living Magazine asked Jill for a suggestion to get over those mid-day drops in energy. Here’s an idea for a full body massage you can give yourself.
Antibiotics are losing their effectiveness. Here’s how to fight five common bacterial infections before resorting to them, plus how to make the best of it if you must.
Called a “fertility goddess” by the New York Times, Blakeway spoke to us about her approach to alternative medicine, her patients and how men play into the equation…
Jill interviewed for an article in Natural Solutions magazine on the “fertility diet” which includes details on ten foods that help boost fertility.
Jill demonstrated cupping live, and spoke to the benefits of cupping
Fox 5 came to the center to film one of their anchors being cupped. One of our practitioners, Dara Barr, did this clip and spoke to the benefits of TCM and how it is done. Clip still to come, here is a still from filming.
Two of our acupuncturists, Klara Kadar and Lea Gance, cupped one of the CCTV reporters, and explained how cupping works + the benefits.
Watch as Jill explains to Dr. Oz’s audience how your hunger type can be cured through use of Chinese Medicine.
Jill explains how acupuncture and electro-acupunture can be used to lower your blood pressure.
Jill Blakeway is part of Dr. Oz’s ShareCare team, a platform that allows industry experts to answer health and wellness questions. In this segment Jill explains what an acupuncture or “acupuoint” really is.
Jill Blakeway is part of Dr. Oz’s ShareCare team, a platform that allows industry experts to answer health and wellness questions. Jill explains how acupuncture is performed and how each session is different depending on the patient she is with.
Jill Blakeway hangs out with Julie Chen, Sarah Gilbert, Sharon Osborne, Aisha Tyler, Sheryl Underwood from The Talk and gives relationship advice.
Watch Jill Blakeway on The Dr. Oz Show as they discuss treating allergies with acupuncture.
Jill Blakeway is part of Dr. Oz’s ShareCare team, a platform that allows industry experts to answer health and wellness questions. Jill explains what acupressure is and in this instance how it can help specifically with allergy symptoms.
Jill Blakeway is part of Dr. Oz’s ShareCare team, a platform that allows industry experts to answer health and wellness questions. Here she shows you how to use acupressure in a way that will ease your sinus congestion.
Jill Blakeway is part of Dr. Oz’s ShareCare team, a platform that allows industry experts to answer health and wellness questions. Here she is talking about Chinese medicine and allergies.
Jill Blakeway helps housewife Countess LuAnn de Lesseps of New York City to explore alternative fertility options at the YinOva Center.
Jill Blakeway on The Ask Dr. Nandi Show speaking about infertility and how acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can help.
Dr. Oz invited some of The YinOva Team down to explore the best alternative medicine approaches for pain and awarded acupuncture as his “Best of the Best.”
Jill Blakeway is part of Dr. Oz’s ShareCare team, a platform that allows industry experts to answer health and wellness questions. As Jill explains, acupuncture does not hurt and in fact releases endorphins which help you to feel great and relaxed!
Jill Blakeway is part of Dr. Oz’s ShareCare team, a platform that allows industry experts to answer health and wellness questions. He she explains the various ways that acupuncture can help treat pain effectively and powerfully.
Jill Blakeway is part of Dr. Oz’s ShareCare team, a platform that allows industry experts to answer health and wellness questions. Here she is talking about acupuncture, immunity, and the ways Chinese medicine can help you build yours up.
Noah Rubinstein treats Ryan Serhant, a broker from Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing, helps him to relax, and even helps Ryan find his “dragon tail.”
Jill Blakeway is featured on Dr. Oz’s Expert Extra where she explains what acupuncture is and how it works.
Acupuncturist Jill Blakeway and Massage Therapist Nicole Kruck discuss the benefits of the V-Steam.
Share on Facebook
Dr. Nandi interviews Jill Blakeway, author of Sex Again, about sex, libido, and how those who are lacking libido can turn to Chinese medicine for help.
Jill Blakeway is interviewed by Laura Ingle and gives relationship advice on Fox News’ SexRx.
Dr. Oz speaks with Jill Blakeway about acupuncture beads, ear acupuncture, and the ways it can reduce stress.
Good Morning America visited The YinOva Center to speak to Jill Blakeway about about how ear acupuncture can help everything from stress to hunger .
Jill Blakeway gives Katie Couric acupuncture and explains how it works.
Jill talks about how Chinese medicine addresses fertility and other health issues.
Jill and Nicole discuss the benefits of the V-Steam.
Better.TV explores how Jill Blakeway has helped many women to conceive more naturally.
Jill Blakeway gives advice to those suffering from stress and illustrates how acupuncture can help with stress on Dr. Steve.
Vice Broadly did a tongue in cheek article comparing hickeys to Cupping marks, and quoted Noah.
Men’s Journal wrote an article on cupping improving athletic performance.
Elle.com wrote an article and quoted Jill
Jill Blakeway, author of Making Babies and Sex Again, answers some questions about her both of her books.
Jill offers expert advice for how to keep calm.
Whenever you’re ready to conceive, if you’re older than that perfect breeding age of twenty-whatever, Domar, Blakeway and Gottfried all suggest seeing a specialist — and to make a plan.
Expert advice and solutions for women with low or no sex drive.
Looking for a great read? Well + Good NYC says you can’t go wrong with Sex Again.
Jill talks to ABC News about Ear Acupuncture and what it can be used for.
Seven Ways to Feel Your Best as the Seasons Turn
How acupuncture keeps you in training
As an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, Jill relies on ancient wisdom to solve modern beauty maladies like dull skin, dark circles, and stubborn acne.
“Root veggies draw their energy from the earth and so are nourishing and warming in the winter while salad veggies draw their energy from the sun.
The editor at PureWow shares her first experience at the YinOva Center. Thanks to Noah she finds relief from a nagging ankle injury.
“Rather than escape from winter I try to embrace it as a time to be introspective and restful. Chinese medical philosophy teaches that balance comes from living in harmony with natural cycles.”
Sadly, 40 million people aren’t experiencing that euphoria for whatever reason.
Jill is interviewed about keeping intimacy alive through the art of kissing.
Jill is interviewed and the YinOva Center experience is detailed in this firsthand account.
Did you know that there are four common problems that women have in their sex life? What about yin and yang and the role they play in our sexual health? Don’t worry, Jill Blakeway is here to help.
A consultation with a TCM practitioner may feel similar to a visit with an Western doctor, but it’s different in theory, says Jill Blakeaway, licensed acupuncturist, board certified herbalist, and former professor of traditional Asian medicine.
The big question: Will Brussels sprouts, or any other food for that matter, help the royal couple get pregnant? Better yet, could it help you? (Uh, when the time is right, that is.)
You know who needs a little extra love from time to time? Your uterus, that’s who! And the vaginal steam from the YinOva Center is the perfect uterine indulgence
Ginseng is also an adaptogen, which means that it helps your skin adapt to stress factors” explains Dr Jill Blakeway.
“After a year, I can now say that the acupuncture and WindBreaker drops are definitely what has helped Ian with the eczema. The correlation between visits and his skin clearing up can’t be ignored.”
Juice cleanses are crazy hot right now. But are they really as good for us and our over-worked digestive tracts as they sound? Or is it a tad more complicated than that? We asked a handful of New York City wellness experts to weigh in.
I’m going to let you in on the secret to channeling your own calm inner Ted Gibson energy. It’s all about biweekly appointments with my acupuncturist Noah Rubenstein.
One of the best cures for materialism is to make somebody grateful for what they have.
Our Nicole Kruck specializes in Maya Abdominal Massage, a method with an admittedly eye-brow-raising name that serves a solid fertility-friendly service—it helps reposition the uterus.
Everyone’s a trend-predicting psychic this time of year, including us. Of course, we think our crystal ball reads pretty accurately, since our trends were divined from hundreds of interviews we’ve done with the city’s top wellness experts.
Unbinding the Heart
How to perform a monthly breast self-exam
5 ways to reduce cancer
Focus on cancer: nausea during treatment
8 things you can do to improve your circulation
Chinese herbs for your First Aid Kit
Herbs and supplement safety
5 warming herbs to spice up your life
Should women trying to conceive cut out coffee?
Tips for men improving sperm quality
The connections between Hashimoto’s Disease and wheat
A Thanksgiving digestive guide
Endometirosis – A Chinese medicine approach
A look at pelvic floor therapy from Gail O’Neill
What a difference a little surf makes
Are tampons toxic?
Take a walk down wellness street
Planning ahead: Post-marathon recovery
Caring for summer’s mishaps
Keeping fit on vacation
Notes from Guatemala
YinOva guide to gift giving
Grow a kale plant in your apartment
Grow an amaryllis in time for the holidays
A Healing Soup to Ward off Colds & Flu
A cleanse for lasting weight loss
Eating for your fertility type: Pale
Healthy products we love
Jill is speaking about Sulwhasoo Cosmetics at Bergdorf Goodman this evening
The neti pot: Natural sinus relief
New report warns that chemical exposure in utero may lead to male infertility
Is Melatonin a dangerous supplement?
Why do I wake up at the same time every night?
How much acupuncture do you need to support you through IVF?
Supporting IVF with dietary therapy
Ask the RE: How save is IVF?
Kids, Tweens, Teens, and all in betweens!
7 ways to prep yourself and your family for back-to-school
Bond with your baby by learning infant massage
Treating teenage acne with Chinese herbs
DIY V Steam
What is CraniSacral therapy?
The inner smile meditation
Don’t be scared: You’re already meditating
Training for Menopause: Five Ways You Can Prepare
Support matters: YinOva support group services
After miscarriage, acupuncture can help
The difference between selfishness and self love
The 10 commandments of living
The energy secret you need to know
Do you have PCOS?
Using Chinese Medicine to Treat PCOS
Traditional medicine for postpartum anxiety
Healing Your Diastasis – What every mom should know by Charlotte Blake
Acupuncture During Pregnancy
“We’re pregnant, now what?” Varicose veins
Ready to Meet your Baby? These Yoga Poses will Help You Prepare
In a Pickle about how to spend your afternoon off? The you’ll Relish this recipe
How to make rhubarb juice
DIY all natural hair mask
Is stress lowering your sex drive?
Boost your libido with the food you eat
A simple sexercise that both men and women love
A dad’s skincare solution
Here comes the sun finding a non toxic sunscreen
Pilates for stress and anxiety
What does your acupuncturist eat?
What does your acupuncturist eat? A look inside Klara’s refrigerator
What does your acupuncturist eat? A look inside Laura’s refrigerator
What does your acupuncturist eat? A look inside Laurel’s refrigerator
What does your acupuncturist eat? A look inside Amanda’s refrigerator
What does your acupuncturist eat? A look inside Kymberly’s refrigerator
5 Chinese Beauty Secrets
Uterine Fibroids – How you can help yourself
How Chinese medicine treats amenorrhea
Emma Thake is the voice of the YinOva community. She edits our blog, talks to the press, organizes our speaker’s series, updates our facebook page, tweets and helps everyone associated with the YinOva center to stay connected.
She’s the person to talk to, if you are a member of the press and want to know more about what we do or to get background information for a story on any of the areas where we have expertise.
You are welcome to call her on or email her at email@example.com
or to book Jill
as a speaker
Director of Media