In Chinese medicine, the five seasons help describe the process of birth, maturation, and transformation.   Each season is correlated with particular organ functions, emotions, colors, sounds, food, movement, etc..  Early Chinese physicians studied these interrelated aspects and developed an intricate system of diagnosis and treatment, which is still relevant within current medical models.

With 28 years of clinical experience, Evonne has cultivated an approach to health that is nurturing, as well as effective. Her therapies address inadequate nutrition, poor circulation, inflammation, stress, an hormonal imbalance – the underlying causes of many disorders.  She collaborates with her clients to arrive at simple lifestyle changes that often provide fast, tangible relief.

Evonne Kane, L.Ac.

Licensed Acupuncturist

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