Juhi Singh, LAc is an Oriental Medicine Specialist, Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, and has been featured on CNN, ABC and in numerous publications as a "miracle worker" that "delivers long lasting beauty, health and happiness" for her patients. Rapidly emerging as the new face of holistic living, Juhi is a thought-leader in the field of acupuncture and has a clientele consisting of professional athletes, actors, musicians and Fortune 500 corporations. Most recently her Facial Rejuvenation Program and the Acu-Facelift, a non-surgical method with benefits that can surpass surgical facelifts, was featured in Forbes and received recognition at the Emmy and Oscar Awards.
Juhi works alongside world re-known practitioners to develop an integrated approach that combines the best of Eastern and Western modalities to create powerful outcomes. Currently she is collaborating with Dr. Jonathan Glashow, MD, the Co-Chief of Sports Medicine at New York’s Mount Sinai Medical Center and team doctor for the Philadelphia 76ers on the treatment of high performance athletes and professionals.
Juhi has also devised a program of Therapeutic Yoga whereby acupuncture and acupressure points and meridians are correlated with specific yoga poses to promote instantaneous healing. She’s applied such techniques during her extensive travel across the developing world where she trains native medical practitioners – from MDs to medicine men – on low cost, high impact natural medicine. She funds much of this work through her Until Tomorrow Project, a guided meditation program offered through CDs that uses language and the music of Karsh Kale to achieve a peaceful state of being and allows for the best possible sleep.
Juhi's academic training includes a B.A. in Psychology concentrating in Biology and an M.A. from the Pacific College of Chinese Medicine. She was mentored by the esteemed Asha Wollman, a pioneer in contemporary alternative medicine, who used acupuncture to cure Juhi of several chronic ailments during her childhood after Western medicine had failed to deliver a solution. Much of her philosophy comes from the instruction of Patanjali and other Yoga Sutras on "non-attachment", a theory that teaches individuals to live their lives free of expectation. Her practice is located at 737 Park Ave, Suite 1C, in New York City.