Sara Haase, L.Ac. is based in Yorktown Heights, NY a hamlet nestled in the suburbs of Westchester County is a NYS Licenced Acupuncturist. She graduated with a Masters of Science degree in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado. Sara became interested in acupuncture and Chinese herbology when she began to see an acupuncturist and herbalist for some health issues when she was in her early 20’s. She was amazed, and still is, at the power this medicine has to heal at a deep level by getting to the root of what is causing dysfunction in the body.
This medicine changed her life and she is excited to work with people to help them to live healthier and happier lives. Sara works with people with a variety of health ailments from infertility and auto-immune disorders to pain, insomnia, anxiety and digestive problems.
In Sara’s spare time she likes to spend time in nature enjoying the beautiful Hudson Valley. If that time is spent with friends, family and her dog, Bandit, that’s even better. She is also trying her hand at vegetable gardening and likes to cook healthy foods and help teach others to do the same.
“At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.”
– Lao Tzu
Some more info about Sara’s education and licensure:
- Bachelor of Arts in Literature, SUNY Purchase College, Purchase, NY May 1999
- Master of Science in Oriental Medicine, Southwest Acupuncture College, Boulder, CO August 2006
- Acutonics, Sound Healing training, Kairos Institute, Boulder, CO 2006-2007
- Birth Doula training, Danbury, CT June 2010
- Kripalu Yoga Teacher Certification, Stockbridge, MA March 2011
- Post Graduate Continuing Education in treating infertility, OBGYN and women’s health, auto-immune disorders and allergies, and pediatrics
- State licensed to practice acupuncture in New York.
- Nationally certified in acupuncture by the NCCAOM (National Accreditation Committee for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine)
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