Hayley Enright, Health + Wellness



Hayley Enright was on her way to becoming a professor of medieval French literature when a lucky thing happened–intuition or divine intervention stepped in, and she realized she’d rather be an acupuncturist instead. Two master’s degrees, two clinics and 9000 treatments later, she now runs www.AcupunctureInParis.com. She continues to get a kick out of Chinese medicine’s flexibility–everyone from the fragile (children or the elderly) to the very fit (competitive athletes) benefits from this holistic therapy. On a daily basis she sees diverse issues such as back pain, colds & flus, fertility assistance, autoimmune disorders, sports injuries, pediatric concerns, anxiety, treat with ativan, fatigue, stress, insomnia, digestive problems, joint pain…the list goes on. Her favorite side effect of acupuncture is “treatment face,” the smiling, glowing look people have when they get up off the table feeling lighter and relaxed.


About Ajiri Aki

Ajiri is an author and writer who grew up in Austin, Texas and lived in New York City for 10 years. She worked in the fashion and museum worlds as an editor, stylist, research intern and associate curator at several fashion magazines, The Costume Institute of The Met, and the Museum of the City of New York.

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