Julie Permut, Licensed Acupuncturist


Julie Permut, Dipl. OM, MAOM, L.Ac. is a Licensed and Nationally Board Certified Acupuncturist, Herbalist, and Yoga Teacher.  She is wholeheartedly dedicated to the healing and awakening of humanity, with the vision of a more conscious, peaceful, and loving world.  Julie has had the privilege of studying with phenomenal teachers and healers in the USA and abroad.  She holds a Masters Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from The New England School of Acupuncture, Boston; a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Studies from The University of Vermont; a Certificate in Massage Therapy from The Northeastern Institute of Whole Health; and a combined 7,000+ hours of training in Energy Medicine and Cultivation, which includes Kundalini and Hatha Yoga, Martial Arts, Qi Gong, and Oneness Process Facilitation.  Julie has also served on the Board of the New Hampshire Acupuncture and Asian Medicine Association.


For almost 15 years, Julie has helped hundreds of people from all walks of life to heal deeply and embody their wholeness and radiance.  She is known for her exceptional diagnostic skills, accurate intuition, warm presence, and compassionate heart. Based on the philosophy that healing starts from within, Julie encourages her patients to honor their body wisdom, and educates them to make wise and healthy lifestyle choices.   She empowers with personalized recommendations, tools, and herbs, designed to optimize, harmonize, and balance the flow of life-force.  Julie creates a safe and supportive environment where healing happens on all levels.  Beyond the alleviation of symptoms, she will help you to align with and actualize your highest, happiest, healthiest, most authentic version of you.

To make an appointment with Julie Permut, Dipl OM, MAOM, L.Ac. please click here , or call 603-924-3400.

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