Here at Yinova we have an incredible team of experienced practitioners of Chinese Medicine that are led by Founder and Clinic Director Jill Blakeway and Noah Rubinstein, Yinova’s Co-Clinic Director. Our treatments involve not only acupuncture and herbs, but also moxibustion , cupping, gua sha, and dietary and lifestyle advice — depending on what’s appropriate to your specialized Chinese diagnosis, of course.
Massage therapist Ben Brown practices a wide range of techniques including circulatory massage, deep tissue massage, postnatal massage, and reproductive massage.
Jessa Zinn is our in-house Structural Integration expert, which is a form of hands-on bodywork whose goal is to open, balance, and align one’s body primarily through working with the fascia, or connective tissue.
Food and medicine are very closely entwined. Each adjustment that your practitioner suggests you make may seem small, but all together & over time they will change the way you eat to best support you in reaching your health and weight management goals.
Safety is such an important part of our healing mission. To that end we provide a scrupulously clean and organized environment, carefully chosen treatments, and, of course, a rigorously trained and well-qualified staff. Our acupuncturists always use sterile, single-use, stainless steel needles. Our herbs are carefully sourced so we are confident that they are the best quality available. If you ever have any questions about the products we use or the herbs we prescribe, please feel free to reach out to your practitioner.
You can read more about staff credentials, sterile needle technique, herb selection, and the other ways we arrange the Center to ensure your safety (and relaxation) here.