Deborah Stotzky M.S., L.Ac.
Deborah began her Acupuncture practice in New York City at the start of the new millennium—2000 and it was the start of a new journey for her. Health care was not her first career. While working in the fast-paced and stressful world of advertising, Deborah realized she had a passion for healing. She earned a Master's Degree from Tri State College of Acupuncture, and went on to become a Nationally Certified and licensed therapist in New York State.
Her mission: To reconnect people with vibrant health. Her method: Make good health a deeper and richer experience than just the removal of pain or illness. “This can be a lofty goal in the healing process,” she says. “But it is my goal in working with my clients.” In other words, first she focuses on relieving pain and reducing stress so that the patient can reconnect with their body, mind and spirit and spirit to maintain the healthy disposition.
Chinese medicine states: "Where there is no flow there is pain. Where there is flow there is no pain.” By creating "flow" we can begin to move towards vibrant health. Much of Deborah’s work emphasizes deep tendino-muscular, myofascial release. “Because we often manifest in the musculature of the body our deeper issues,” she explains. “My style of Acupuncture, in particular, can offer profound relief on many levels.”
As she seeks to restore and empower her clients, Deborah continues her healing journey by incorporating other techniques into her practice. She is also a Yoga and Yamuna Body Rolling Instructor. With the opening of Holistico Wellness + Beauty, she incorporates the latest infrared sauna technology [link] to target various health issues in combination with her other techniques. She has brought together a team as committed to patients as she is to create a truly holistic experience. The complementary services: hypnotherapy, massage, skincare, nutrition, herbal medicine, cranial sacral therapy and even a pop-in hair salon. “My approach to the body and its systems of energy is through many perspectives,” she says. “I am committed to a life of learning and growth so I can help to nurture the healing abilities of others.”