2 Adults

Traditional Chinese Medicine with Sarah Lu-Otero L.Ac, Dipl.OM, MSW

In residence August 28 – September 2

Sarah Lu-Otero, Licensed Acupuncturist and Board Certified Herbalist, practices traditional East Asian medicine through a modern lens. Her focus areas include chronic pain, injury rehabilitation, women’s health, and stress management. She incorporates movement assessment and corrective strategies based on functional anatomy in every treatment. Sarah also creates bespoke traditional Chinese herbal formulas.

Sarah earned her Master’s of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Health and Science (PCHS) in New York City, where she is currently pursuing her doctorate. She also holds a Master’s in Social Work from Columbia University. Sarah practices in New York City, Roslyn, and Southampton.

Women’s Herbal Awakening

Do you ever have difficulty pausing to take a deep breath? Learn about traditional Chinese medicinal herbs to help relieve constriction and connect to your divine feminine core. 

This herbal consultation will begin with a movement assessment to target your circulation, digestion, and nervous system. Receive a balancing treatment utilizing mugwort balm, infrared heat therapy, and gentle proprioceptive stimulation for the diaphragm and core, and finish with a calming late summer herbal tea and intention prayer. Take home a recharging mugwort bath ritual for continued self-connection.

This treatment is especially restorative for women at any life stage: whether you are focusing on fertility, navigating postpartum recovery, or evolving around menopause. Special attention is offered to hormonal imbalances, scar tissue healing, and injury rehabilitation. 

Please inform Guest Services of any allergies at time of booking.

Private Session · 90 mins · $400 | + $150 for additional guest
Take Home · Yina Mugwort Bath Ritual

Group Experiences

Herbal Medicine Cabinet

Learn to harness Traditional Chinese Medicine for a holistic approach to maintaining your health: August 28, 29 & 30 with Sarah Lu-Otero.

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