Susan McNulty has been interested in methods of holistic healing for the BodyMind since attending the New England School of Acupuncture 30 years ago. Since then she has been dedicated to learning natural methods of healing to promote well-being and longevity. Although she specializes in pain relief and addiction withdrawal, there is a strong emphasis on stress reduction and relaxation techniques that she teaches to ensure physical as well as emotional well-being for all.
As a healer, Susan McNulty has cultivated her innate talent for listening and drawing people into the deeper parts of themselves. She considers it her job to ask the probing questions that get people thinking about their lifestyle choices and the emotional connections to their physical aches and pains.
In addition to Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs, Susan also practices many other forms of BodyMind Medicine including Tapping/EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique, Reiki and Quantum Healing. Working in her office, people come to her with a wide range of physical and emotional complaints where she is able to do hands-on body work. In addition, she is able to help those suffering at a distance via remote healing or working over the phone or via Skype. When available she will occasionally make house calls by special arrangement.
A writer and lecturer, Susan teaches her workshop Know Thyself to those interested in a deeper inquiry into the meaning and purpose of their lives. She also teaches a Tapping/EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Workshop to those interested in shifting the emotional blocks and negative thought patterns that may be keeping them from a sense of ease and well-being.
Susan is an avid reader and student of spirituality and BodyMind Medicine. She has had a dedicated meditation practice for over 40 years and enjoys swimming daily as an active form of mindfulness A landscape painter, she lives in Southern Vermont where there is no shortage of subject matter for her watercolors.
125 Pleasant Street
Ludlow, VT 05149
"As an Acupuncturist, Susan exudes presence. She is so "in the moment"...listening, absorbing, and compassionately assessing. Be prepared to receive whatever it is that is needed. Susan is masterful."
- B.D., Londonderry, VT