ACUPUNCTURE AND TOTAL WELlNESS
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I used to get backaches from riding my horse. Discovering Oasis Acupuncture has changed my life! Chinoise has helped relieve my pinched nerves, and she taught me how to avoid back problems in the future.
Rufus T. Jenkins
Chinoise is the Owner of Oasis Acupuncture and Total Wellness. She is an Acupuncturist and Licensed Massage Therapist whom completed her Massage Therapy program at South Baylo University and received her Master’s in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in December 2014. She also received her Bachelor’s in Cell and Molecular Biology and Minor in Spanish from Oklahoma State University in 2009 and is a member of the Oklahoma Acupuncture Association. Her services of expertise currently include individualized Acupuncture and Massage Therapy treatments as well as certification in the following Massage modalities: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Therapy, Prenatal, Reflexology and Trigger Point Therapy. She also has extensive experience in Facial Acupuncture, Korean Harmonizing Method, Gua Sha, Cupping, Auricular Therapy, Moxabustion and Electro-Stimulation. Chinoise constantly strives to enhance her knowledge and skills in Acupuncture and Massage by taking continuing education classes and using that knowledge to provide the most effective treatment for her clients.
Chinoise believes Acupuncture and Massage treatments are not a luxury, they are a necessity. They not only address any physical ailments, but also promote mental and emotional health and wellness when received on a regular basis. For Chinoise, treatment doesn’t end when the session ends. She equips her clients with tools (handouts for stretching, homeopathic remedies, etc.) they can use at home to provide the most lasting results. Ultimately, when one feels good, our whole being follows suit on all other levels (i.e., decision-making is better, processing life events and everyday stress is improved, and being happy is much easier when you are not in pain, stressed or feeling 'heavy' or 'tight’). This is what Chinoise wants for her clients and she enjoys being apart of that process.
Prior to my first visit, I couldn’t even move my neck from side to side. Now I can move my neck in all motions and even participate in activities that I love--like salsa dancing!