Special Event Announcement
Please help support licensure for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Practitioners in Kansas!
Licensure will ensure Kansans have the right to choose Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine as an option to promote their health and wellness. It will define our scope of practice and training requirements, and ensure our ability to continue practicing in Kansas.
What can you do to help?
- Write letters to your state senator and representative!
- Sign a petition listing your self as a supporter.
- Spread the word that we need help.
Lawyers and lobbyists are expensive and we need them to get the legislation through. Our patients and supporters want to donate to keep real acupuncture in Kansas, and we want it to be fun too. . . So we're throwing a party!!
For a $25 or $50 ticket donation you can Come Enjoy the Party! A silent auction, food, entertainment, friends and ambiance, All while supporting acupuncture in Kansas!
In 1997, Lorie Wilson founded InnerWorks, a practice based on the understanding that not only the physical aspects of self, but also the mental, emotional and spiritual aspects that must be addressed to achieve holistic health. With more than 35 years of experience in fitness, health care, and alternative medicine Lorie provides a wide range of services including Acupuncture, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Stress Reduction, HeartMath Biofeedback, Zero Balancing, Acupressure, Performance Enhancement and Development.
Lorie believes that health care reform starts with you and I and each individual person; and that dynamic healthy living requires balance, growth, and nurturing in many dimensions and all aspects of self.
Lorie provides knowledge-based approaches with wisdom-based care to address both the symptoms and the underlying disharmony that impact your health and your ability to fully live your life.
We all need help identifying the most significant factors that are limiting our ability to lead happier, healthier, more productive lives; and then make the permanent changes needed to address these factors.
Helping others can hurt you. Compassion Fatigue can strike any helper in any field, from acupuncturist to family member to zookeeper. Compassion Fatigue is similar to burnout, except you still care.
Your unique personality, personal and medical history, physical characteristics, diet, emotional relationships, likes and dislikes, attitudes and belief systems are all factors that must be considered.