Elissa Andreas, AC, CBP 
Adjunct Instructor at IBEM

Institute of BioEnergetic Medicine
7400 E Arapahoe Road, Suite 212
Centennial CO 80112

email: naturesrecourse@gmail.com  
website: www.synergy360.myameo.com 

Elissa is a proud Army wife of 11 years and mother of two.  She is licensed in Acupuncture and is a Certified Biofeedback Practitioner.

Her Bachelors of Science is from Texas A&M University. Elissa has a Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine which includes Acupuncture and Chinese herbs from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, Colorado. She is a nationally board certified Diplomat by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).

Elissa received her education in biofeedback from the Institute of BioEnergetic Medicine (IBEM) in Centennial, CO and is also a certified Reiki Master.  She is also a member of  Medicine Wheel Society of First Nations and Sacred Way First Nations Assemblies.

Natural medicine became Elissa’s passion after spending years in the Western medical field as a research technologist in Oncology and Radiology. Recognizing that she had more to offer the community that reached beyond standard medicine, she followed her passion into Acupuncture in 2008. This decision opened the path for a deep love for natural medicine. Elissa utilizes the following natural therapies in her practice to benefit her clients:

  • Acupuncture 
  • Auriculomedicine 
  • Tui Na 
  • Fire Cupping 
  • Améo clinical grade essential oils 

Her practice focuses on optimizing health from physical issues such as stress, poor sleep, anxiety, digestive upset, pain and symptoms of  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Elissa continues to educate herself in natural medicine founded by her ancestors known as Curanderismo.

What is Cupping? 

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) where a cup is used to create a vacuum seal on the patient’s skin to dispel stagnation and promote Qi flow. Suction is created using heat (fire) or mechanical devices (hand or electrical pumps).

It is beneficial in addressing respiratory ailments and musculoskeletal conditions.