Oceanpoint Acupuncture And Herbal Medicine- Meet Gabe!

We are thrilled to announce that the Breathing Room has partnered up with

Oceanpoint Acupuncture And Herbal Medicine

We wanted to share with you~

About Gabe Schiff-Verre:

Gabe is a native to Maine and grew up in South Portland. He received his Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2012 from The Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, Colorado. This 4 year program consists of 1,280 hours of education and 795 hours of clinical practice. Gabe’s training covers therapies such as Moxibustion, Tui Na massage, Cupping, auricular therapy, E-Stim, herbal therapy and lifestyle and dietary recommendations. He was Board certified as an Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in June 2012 and is a registered and licensed acupuncturist in Maine. Memberships include the American Acupuncture Association, the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and the Maine Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

What Gabe has to say about why he does what he does:

I believe that in order to treat the disease we must first treat the individual as well as the root cause of their ailment. It is in this way their full health potential can be attained. This is why I devote as much time as possible listening to my patients’ needs and health goals they wish to achieve.
By using the ancient arts of Acupuncture, herbal medicine and other traditional Chinese modalities the mind body and spirit are balanced as one.

Gabe has similar views about health care as we do here at the Breathing Room! This month buy a 10 class pass and get 3 FREE acupuncture sessions! Buy 5 Class pass get 1 FREE session! The best thing is that you will be sooooo happy you did! Full Body health!


A widening recognition of the mind-body-spirit connection in western medicine has resulted in a growing interest in ancient
health practices such as yoga and acupuncture.
Dr.Herbert Benson,MD,Associate Professor of Medicine at the Harvard School of Medicine, reports in Timeless Healing that 60% to 90% of patient visits to a physician’s office are stress related and not easily treatable or even understood by allopathic medicine.
As recognition of the mind-body-spirit connection grows, consumers and healthcare providers are turning to alternative and complementary medical strategies to reduce stress, maintain health, and address health issues that seem to
be beyond the scope of western medicine (Strasen,1999).
Join us today in our goal to provide and create preventive medicine! By using holistic approaches to help heal and sustain health in your body and mind and spirit!