Shalom!
Nice to meet you!

Hi,I’m Havva Mahler, a Chinese Medicine practitioner, holistic health consultant and purpose coach specializing in treatment for physical pain, and helping clients reconnect to themselves, uncover their true desires, and identify roadblocks in their path to better health and quality of life.

In The Clinic

Each treatment has its purpose, and every client has their own remedy. For each patient I design an individual treatment plan that can include: Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Tuina, Sotai, Medical Massage or Prenatal Massage and Lifestyle Counseling

In addition to classical Chinese medicine and bodywork I am also trained and certified to work with:

Acupuncture to treat acute trauma and post traumatic stress

Chinese Medicine for Pregnancy and Childbirth

Integrative Neurological Acupuncture

Psycho-Emotional Personality Characteristics In Chinese Medicine

Zoom Consultations

Do you ever wish you had more insight into yourself and your drives and motivations?

 
Do you wish someone would just tell you what your natural gifts to the world are, and what kinds of support you need to be able to let your inner light shine out?
 
Do you want a short cut to loving yourself more, to being more productive, or to living your true and authentic life?
 
I know exactly how that feels, and I’m here to help you figure out your strengths and weaknesses and how you can work with your own drives and needs to grow, instead of fighting against yourself.
 

Have a question? I’d love to hear from you!

About Me

More about my story and professional experience, and how I have trained to help people suffering from pain, anxiety, sleep disorders and more using natural medicine.

Blog

I love connecting with my patients and readers through my blog, where I share about health and Chinese Medicine, lifestyle advice and healthy self-care, the occasional anecdote from life and the clinic, and answer and address some of the most frequently asked questions.

Latest Posts

Push Through The Pain?
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Push Through The Pain?

Many long ages ago, before Covid, I was running a

One Technique For Getting Unstuck
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One Technique For Getting Unstuck

  Do you have a book sitting on a shelf

Ten Years From Now
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Ten Years From Now

Today I listened to a debate about whether it is

What Does Your Heart Reflect
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What Does Your Heart Reflect

One of the Chinese terms for the Heart is Tui