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In Support of LGBTQIA+2S

At Yinstill Reproductive Wellness we are dedicated to providing a safe and compassionate space for all people.

 

Yinstill is happy to support those within the LGBTQIA+2S community, and provide exceptional holistic treatment for those experiencing fertility and/or reproductive issues. 

We believe that nothing is more important than family and everyone who desires should be able to experience the gift of becoming a parent.

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Meet Sean Quigley

Hello Everyone,

My name is Sean Quigley, a Chinese Medicine acupuncturist now living in the amazing city of Kingston, Ontario – home to wonderfully friendly people and crisp clean air. I grew up not too far from Kingston and have returned to Ontario with my family after twenty years away.

Some of this time away was spent travelling and living in Tainan,

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Meet Adrienne Coombs

Hi everyone!

My name is Adrienne Coombs. I’m a Chinese medicine practitioner and have just moved to beautiful Squamish, BC. I have spent time training with Dr. Pentland and his team, learning the Yinstill systems and protocols for taking care of patients with reproductive health challenges.

I am so excited to now be living on the west coast amongst these beautiful mountains.

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“Did you know… Chinese herbal medicine may help your swimmers?”

Don’t feel like to be poked (by hair-thin acupuncture needles)?
Don’t worry! There is our other alternative tool for your sperm health. Chinese herbal medicine which individually customized for you may help not only your sperm parameters but also overall your health concerns. Can be treated at the same time, because traditional Chinese medicine sees the body as a whole,

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How Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can Help with Stress

The role of stress and fertility is unclear, and it’s important to remember that stress itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It allows us to move faster, think clearer and is essentially a life-preserving response to external stimulus. Life without stress would be unusual indeed as even positive experiences and happiness will elicit a type of stress response in the body –

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