In response to COVID-19, Duke Integrative Medicine will be open for medical visits only at this time. Use of facilities, and all other in-person outpatient services and in-person programs will be suspended until further notice. Some outpatient visits will be done via video or telephone. Please call center for details. Hours of the building are limited to Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.
Niki Juralewicz graduated from the Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine in 2012. For the last seven years, Niki has worked in private practice at Dancing Qi Acupuncture and since 2015 at Cisco LifeConnections Health Center. Niki will be providing acupuncture services on Saturdays at Duke Integrative Medicine.
Niki’s interest in integrative health lies in the awareness that body, mind, and spirit each play a role in optimal health. Furthermore, she believes that acupuncture provides a way for people to manifest what they want, how they want to feel, and whom they want to be.
Her experience as a Taiji practitioner and a modern dancer with the Trisha Brown Company (1987 – 1996) brings a unique awareness of movement and subtle energy shifts to her practice today. She weaves the two worlds together to bring balance and harmony into her approach to healing and well-being.
Niki’s interest in integrative health lies in the awareness that body, mind, and spirit each play a role in optimal health. Through Classical Chinese Medicine, she is inspired by the internal harmonies and movements alive within us that lead to awareness and health.
Acute and chronic pain
Addiction and substance abuse
Member: National Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, NCCAOM
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