My most recent thoughts on Botox® and Beauty Culture.
Licensed Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist, Traditional Chinese Herbalist, and Aesthetic Acupuncture Specialist, Terry Fox, is Northern Colorado’s leading expert in helping women feel better and look younger through ProCell MicroChanneling and Aesthetic Facial Acupuncture.
When he was 17, Terry’s mother was diagnosed with a chronic and painful autoimmune disease – Fibromyalgia. Inspired to relieve her pain, Terry was led to the Utah College of Massage Therapy. Once graduated, he helped create the first hospital-based Massage Therapy program in the state of Wyoming. Four years after, Terry progressed into Acupuncture. In three years, he earned his Master’s Degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 2006, he founded Artesian Spring Oriental Medicine in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Terry also has served as Secretary for the Acupuncture Association of Colorado, and was voted Best Acupuncturist 2015 and 2016 according to The Experience Pros radio show. He’s been exclusively featured in Northern Colorado Medical and Wellness Magazine and Regenerate Magazine. Terry has also been invited to speak on popular podcasts like “Intimate Conversations” with Allana Pratt and “A Doctor’s Perspective” with Dr. Justin Trosclair. And he’s been hosting his own podcast since 2017 – The Get Foxy Show. And, He continues to train, learn, and master his craft.
Many of Terry’s teachers are internationally known masters of Cosmetic Acupuncture and Classical Chinese Medicine – Ron Rosen, Denise Ellinger, Martha Lucas, Wudang Chen, Dr. Ping Zhang, Michelle Gellis, and Mary Elizabeth Wakefield. Terry’s focus is helping women feel and look their natural best through Aesthetic Acupuncture.
He leads and inspires women to reconnect with their own innate healing capacity, return to their authentic self, and revive their radiant joy for living. Terry believes each patient is a precious child of God and should be treated accordingly. He’s passionate about helping women manifest their own inherent beauty by fostering their health and wellbeing. Terry has been described as “knowledgeable, caring, and professional,” and he strives continually to live up to that description. Terry doesn’t just treat “skin deep,” he sees and works on a deeper, holistic level. Patients come to him for his expertise, and they trust him because of his gentle nature and keen intuition.
Botox® is a poisonous mask that we put on to hide the face we’ve earned.– Terry Fox, Licensed Acupuncturist
Ideas covered in this episode:
- Current Beauty Culture tells us we can’t be who we are
- Check out Danae Mercer’s Instagram page (I totally mispronounced and misspelled her name. My sincere apologies to Danae and you all!)
- Authenticity – the expression of one’s soul through the medium of their physical body
- Botulinum toxins mask and cover up your feelings
- Acupuncture helps you process your feelings
- Botox® can negatively impact your orgasm
- Acupuncture stimulates your body’s own innate capacity for rejuvenation
- If lines and wrinkles have value, why treat them?
- Health is Beauty