Grace Enriquez, Licensed Acupuncturist

Grace Enriquez, Licensed Acupuncturist Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine Most likely, you’ve arrived at this page because you are searching for a solution.

Grace is a licensed California State Board acupuncturist and herbalist specializing in pain management, stress management and senior health concerns. She graduated with honors from Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, one of southern California’s most academically challenging programs, where she received her master’s degree in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Whether it

is for pain relief, stress management, mental or emotional distress or any other form of dis-ease, we can work together to find the right plan to get you back into balance and enjoying your daily life again.

Five-Time Olympian Amy Acuff Jumps for Acupuncture In More Ways Than One

Here's an interview with an Olympian AND an acupuncturist discussing the benefits of acupuncture for athletes. All of you weekend warriors, athletes, those that suffer from any kind of post-workout aches and pains or anyone who would like to see better performance and faster recovery should check this out!

By Sara Calabro Amy Acuff, a standout high jumper who is gearing up to participate in her fifth Olympics, is also an acupuncturist. She became interested in helping others with acupuncture after her own treatments helped keep her healthy while [...]

Injury Does Not Deter McKayla Maroney

With the opening of the Olympic games today, I thought this was an appropriate way to kick them off. Here's an article about how some of the top Olympic athletes are turning to healthier, more effective alternatives to doping to help performance, recovery and heal pain and injuries.

The gymnast McKayla Maroney has a broken right toe but she is determined to begin competing in the vault on Sunday.

Improve Your Posture In One Simple Step

Do you find yourself hunched over a lot at the computer or collapsing into a chair not able to quite sit up straight? Well, here is a great tip to help improve your posture and open up your chest. It's simple and can be done anywhere and any time. I've been doing this for just a few weeks and find myself sitting and walking much straighter. For all you students out there, this is a good one for you!

A simple, effortless way to improve our posture that takes literally less than ten seconds.

Summer is finally here! - Grace Enriquez, L.Ac.

Summer tips for everyone. Some good reminders for us all during this hot summer. Please share if you also have senior family members or friends that could use some gentle reminders about dealing with the heat since it is harder for them to regulate body temperature.

Summer is finally here!

12 Reasons to Get Acupuncture in 2012

If you're still not convinced about trying acupuncture, check out this article.

By Sara Calabro There has never been a better time to get acupuncture. The reasons are infinite (in our humble, unbiased opinion), but here are 12 of the most compelling motivations for making acupuncture a priority this year. 1. It's not about [...]

FAQ's - Grace Enriquez, L.Ac.

If you've ever been curious about acupuncture, check out the FAQ's on my website!

Grace Enriquez, L.Ac. - Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist


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