Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, Craniosacral Therapy, Movement Therapy
117 Main Street
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
(914) 478-1452

TAMI JOY HINDIN, combines Traditional Chinese Medicine, CST and Movement Therapy to help women through pregnancy, into postpartum transition and supports babies as they navigate into and through this world. She hopes to inspire her patients to become involved in their health and to help them find balance and strength in their life. She believes this process can start as early as in utero.

Tami helps women through the continual changes in pregnancy and has supported many working through past & present birth traumas. She is passionate about working with babies and believes that treating them as soon as possible will allow for a happy baby and thus happy parents!  She effectively helps babies through through many bumps, including nursing, digestive issues, teething, growth spurts and reaching their “milestones.”

236 Kings Ferry Road
Verplanck, NY 10596
(914) 402-6999 (office)
(917) 609-3202 (cell)

LEAH SASHA SCHWARTZ is a NY State Licensed and Nationally Certified practitioner of Oriental Medicine. She continues an ongoing and very specialized training in the Classical Chinese Medicine, as instructed by her teacher, Master Jeffrey C. Yuen. She integrates Acupuncture, Essential Oils, Dietary Therapy, and Lifestyle Changes into her practice and finds great joy in working closely with women and families in all phases and stages. She has worked extensively with women's health, wellness and fertility, early trimester conditions such as morning sickness and nausea, late stage solutions like breech presentation and more. She sees newborn babies with colic and jaundice and young children for wellness visits regularly. Leah has undergone training as a birth doula, and is available to make house calls and attend at home birth, as needed.

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