- Dragonfly Acupuncture510 Civic Center Dr
Vista, CA 92084
- at Inner Balance
765 Academy Drive,
Solana Beach, CA 92075
Ananda at Dragonfly Acupuncture is hands down one of the most amazing people I know. I’ve been seeing her for years and she never ceases to astound me with her insight and kindness. I was nervous about acupuncture the first time, as I don’t do well with needles, but now... Read more »
I believe that the art and science of acupuncture and/or acupressure is a valuable health tool. My wife and I first became acquainted with acupuncture when our neighbor, a semi-retired pediatrician and a former head of an American Military Hospital Pediatrics Department in Germany applied it in the rehabilitation of... Read more »
Nancy Ananda Stevenson, L.Ac, is a highly trained health practitioner with extensive experience in acupuncture and other healing methodologies. She has facilitated improvements at different times and helped to rejuvenate my health system. She will focus on various aspects of different issues and address them as they appear.
From my... Read more »
I have seen Ananda Stevenson for acupuncture treatments for several years. She has a classic training from a Chinese Master that enables her to effectively address any medial concerns. She has a positive and healing spirit that I would recommend to anyone. Ann W
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Ananda has been a trusted confidant since the moment I walked into her office a year and a half ago. Her intuitive abilities, experience both personally and professionally, along with her perspective makes her a tremendous resource who I’m so blessed to have in my life. Ananda has allowed me... Read more »
My name is Howard Minkin. Ananda is treating me for stenosis, and atrial fibrillation, and other related issues. Under Ananda’s care my pain is becoming reduced along with lower use of meds to control pain. My heart rate is becoming more steady along with lowered swelling in the feet from... Read more »
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