Tseng Acupuncture and Wellness

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Spring is coming!

In tradition Chinese medicine, spring is associated with the wood element or the liver organ system. So as we transition from winter to spring, here are some tips on how to promote health and wellness during the springtime!

1. Acupuncture helps to reset the nervous system and balance the body

2. Eating seasonal foods like green leafy vegetables help support the body’s natural rhythms

3. Stretching and practicing yoga reduces stress and promotes harmony in the liver meridian

4. Spending time outdoors in nature is beneficial for our physical and mental health! Try walking around barefoot!

5. Springtime is consider the peak season for liver energy so support your liver by limiting alcohol and eating greens foods, pickles, turmeric, garlic, and onions

6. Stay hydrated by drinking room temperature water to support digestion

7. Spring cleaning! Since the liver is associated with cleansing, detoxification and renewal, it’s the perfect time to clean out your house!

8. The change in seasons affect our sleep patterns, so it’s important to be consistent and get enough sleep each night


Cedar pollen tends to peak in February 🤧 and living in austin, there’s little escape!

However, there’s many Chinese medicine modalities to alleviate allergy symptoms such as herbal formulas, cupping/gua sha, and acupuncture!


Happy Lunar New Year!

While western astrology uses a solar based calendar, the Chinese zodiac uses both solar and lunar calendars, which is based on the phases of the moon.

2024 is the year of the wood dragon! Every year, one of the five elements is paired with one of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals.

This year combines yang wood and the dragon! How the elements interact and what they represent may give us predictions on what’s coming in the future. Have you looked in your zodiac predictions?

To celebrate, we wear red, decorate the house with red lanterns, give out hong bao 🧧and eat with family to welcome a harmonious and lucky new year!



I love that post treatment bliss ✨ I’ve been treating myself with acupuncture at least once a week and here’s what I’ve been working on!

😴Sleep/energy: having an 11 month old means there’s some nights I’m getting up 2-3 times, so I use acupuncture to relax and support sleep
🥘Digestion: I use a combination of acupuncture and herbs to help keep my digestive system moving and to help with bloating
🧖‍♀️Anti-aging: every other week I add facial acupuncture points after my skincare routine to increase collagen production

Reach out and let’s see how acupuncture can improve your daily life!


Happy new year everyone! 🎊

Hoping you all had a restful holiday season! 2023 was crazy one for me so I’m ready to embrace a fresh new start with lots of healing and growth! Here’s to setting meaningful goals, working on health, and creating a year filled with joy, love, and happiness ❤️

Thank you for all your support and encouragement last year while I navigated motherhood and how to run a business! This year, I’m getting a hang of this and I have lots of Chinese medicine tips and tricks lined up, so stay tuned ✨


It was a great week in the office ☀️

Conditions address this week

Knee pain
Pregnancy support
Digestive issues
Neck/shoulder tension
Hormone balance
Lower back pain/sciatica
Menstrual pain
Shoulder pain
Surgery recovery
Pinched nerve

Please feel free to reach with any questions about acupuncture!

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3530 Bee Caves Road, STE 208
Austin, TX

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 7pm
Wednesday 10am - 7pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 2pm

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