Wuji Acupuncture and Herbal is open. We are following COVID guidelines to keep you safe and germ free. Wuji has moved to 507 4th St. South Jax Beach, FL 32250.
We are located just minutes to the beach!
For those who drive a little further to see us and don’t get to the beach often, here is your chance. It is a great way to integrate your treatment before resuming daily activities. If you have children, I do have a larger space for them to quietly hang out.
This has come up for those who would like to bring their kiddos to the beach after a treatment.
Due to recent government executive orders, Wuji Acupuncture and Herbal Clinic will be closed until May 1st, unless otherwise posted. I will contact each of you to reschedule. I am still accepting new patients for the month of May.
We are still offering the following:
Herbal consults and prescriptions as this can be done via phone and then mailed to you. I
CCT, Crystalline Consciousness Technique, healing via phone. It is just as powerful over the phone as it is in person.
Zoom calls for acupressure and moxibustion lessons on how to give your self a “tune-up” or treat ailments.
You may still purchase gift certificates
I thank all of you for your continued patience and support during this time. We are all in this journey together, and there is a lot of uncertainty and many of us have either been directly affected by this virus or have family members affected.
Rest assured, as soon as I can open the doors, I will do so. Thank-you for all the reaching out and support I have been receiving. I truly appreciate all of you! Stay healthy, and if you would like learn more about that or how to boost your immune system, please reach out.
With Love and Qi,
Lathai-a Marlin, AP, Dipl.O.M
Notice: Wuji Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic is taking the highest precaution to prevent the spread of disease. We are sending love and healing to all of you and your families during this time.
We will remain open this week with strict limitations of who may be seen. You may reschedule via text message, email, or phone call. I am requiring everyone to either confirm their appointment or to reschedule with me within 48 hrs of your appointment. Clinic closure may occur at any time.
Patient required to reschedule:
- Anyone who has been ill in the last 3 weeks, exposed to anyone ill, had any cold or flu symptoms such as scratchy throat, body aches, fever, cough, expectorating sputum, feeling of malaise
- If you have been in an area with outbreaks or possible exposure. This includes health care professionals working in hospitals and clinics.
- Vulnerable population: Elderly, small children, immunocompromised, and those who are at risk due to high blood pressure, diabetes.
- Phone appointments for herbal formulas
- CCT, Crystalline Consciousness Technique, http://www.crystallineconsciousness.com/ I can give you a CCT treatment over the phone. It will take up to the full hour of your appointment time. CCT is powerful energy work, especially in our time of the current crisis. All you need to do is call me during your scheduled time. please be in a quiet place where you can lay back and relax. Remember this is your treatment time. It is best to have headphones in, but speaker phones will work as well. We will talk about what your needs, intentions, manifestations are. I will muscle test to ask what your body needs physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually to support you in the fullest capacity.
I want to thank-you all for your considerations. My heart goes out to each and everyone of you. Acupuncture and herbs can assist in immunity boosting. For those who are keeping their appointments, I will do immunity boosting for you.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns please feel free to contact me.
With Love and Qi,
Lathai-a Marlin, AP, Dilp. O.M
Mushroom Chicken Soup
Indications: Boosts Qi & Blood deficiency leading to fatigue, dizziness, poor appetite, sore knees and lumbar, insomnia
Boosting Qi and Blood= Nourishing your vital flow of energy in your body and boosting red blood cells
2 free range drumsticks, chicken thighs would work as well
**10 small fresh shitake mushrooms
1 TBLS cooking wine
3 slices of ginger
6 cups of water
Cut drumsticks into one inch cubes, put in hot boiling water for two minutes to remove excess blood and scum. Rinse the chicken in cold water. (I don’t feel it is necessary to cut up the drumsticks. Just be aware of small bones or use boneless chicken.)
Put the chicken in a soup pot and bring the rest of the ingredients and prepared chicken in soup pot and bring to a boil then continue simmering for 40 mins.
Garnish with Gou Qi Zi aka Goji Berries and add ½ Tsp of salt at the end
Serve as warm meal. Once a day
** If you detest mushrooms because of texture, you can boil them and then strain them out of the water and just use the mushroom broth.
Community Acupuncture is every Saturday 10am-2pm, No appointment required
Price: $25, $30, or $35 choose your price tier on what you can afford
Community Acupuncture is a cost effective way to try out or receive acupuncture treatments. I treat up to five people at once in reclining chairs in our Zen den. You just come in and take a seat. Community acupuncture has grown into a community of its own. We often like to sit and talk before or after treatments and share a pot of tea. Many of our regulars have grown quite close.
The difference between community acupuncture and private appointments are the services offered and the areas of the body that I treat. Both options provide high quality treatments. If you are unsure if you need more individualized care, I am more than happy to talk with you to determine your needs and services required.
There are a few Saturdays yearly Community Acupuncture closes. I make that announcement on both my Facebook page: Wuji Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic or on Jacksonville Meet-up group: Reclaiming You
Homework? But, why?? Because you like you!
One way to keep your treatments working longer and to achieve personal health gains and inner balance quicker is to do some homework. It has been my experience that patients who go home and do their “homework” often will heal faster. As disclaimer, not everyone will get results. Patience is really a virtue. I know that sometimes that statement is really irritating, but it is true. I bring this up because this relates to your state of health and how long it took to reach of the state of health you are in. Continue reading “The Importance of Patient Homework”
I highly recommend The Tao of Nutrition to add to your library. This is great for beginners and for advanced individuals in the areas of nutrition and how to feed one’s self and your family. It has the food listed in alphabetical order and includes easy to make recipes and remedies.
I have been asked by many people how to begin to meditate. There are experts in the field, and I am definitely not an expert. What I know, I have learned from my Qi gong and Taiji Masters and also from personal experience. Continue reading “Meditation 101”
Breathing is an essential part of health and longevity, not to mention the obvious; we need it to live. The breathing homework is designed for you to take the time to be aware of your breathing throughout the day and take some mental notes. Continue reading “Breathing Homework”