Come join us for our Open House in our new location in Brattleboro! Doors open at 4:30pm and festivities will go until 6:30pm. June 24th is the big day. This will be a good opportunity to meet our practitioners and learn more about our clinic, such as: naturopathic medicine, cranio-sacral therapy, visceral manipulation, therapeutic massage, […]
In May & June with Naturopathic physician Nitya Jess Eisenheim. Call 802-246-4282 to make an appointment for Brattleboro or Greenfield locations. Please mention this coupon and where you saw it when making your appointment. You can download & print the coupon here.
Join in-house Naturopath Dr. Nitya Eisenheim and herbalists Maria Biello, Emma Donnelly and Margot Wise for two hands-on hours of preparing medicinal foods for spring attunement. Recipes will include wild-harvested foods! Enjoy samples of herbal products during class and take home a recipe packet and foraging guide. Learn about the spring herbs growing all around […]
We have some very exciting news to share! As of April 4th, 2016, we will be getting a new name and a new home. We will also have a new website address: http://www.windhorsenaturopathic.com/ We will remain the same clinic you have known all these years, but under a new name that we feel better represents our practice: Windhorse […]
On April 4th, the Brattleboro office will be moving! Our new clinic space is just a short drive from our current location at Park Place: 63 Western Ave Brattleboro VT 05301 Our main office number is unchanged: 802-246-4282. Please call us if you have any questions.
We sadly closed our Montague office at the end of February. However, to continue our presence in Massachusetts we have a new office in Greenfield with hours on Wednesday afternoons with Dr. Eisenheim.
We are so pleased to now offer Oxidative Medicine at the clinic. Over the past 10 years, we have been on a professional mission to help find a cure for Lyme disease. While we do consider our approach to Lyme disease as being comprehensive, utilizing herbs, diet and anti-biotics, we saw a need for more.
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