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Conceiving With Love: a whole-body approach to creating intimacy, reigniting passion, and increasing fertility
The stress of trying to conceive can wreak havoc with a couple's intimate relationship; the stress, shame, and blame they often feel can have a harmful effect and reduce their chances of conceiving. In The Conception of Love, Traditional Chinese Medicine specialist Denise Wiesner gives couples the tools they need to repair their sexual relationship, rebuild their self-confidence, and reclaim the intimacy that sparked their desire to have a child in the first place. Wiesner's integrative East-meets-West approach, developed over twenty years of practice, has helped thousands of couples reconnect--and conceive. Wiesner includes advice from leading experts in Western reproductive medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine; sensual practices from yoga, qigong, and Tantra; and answers questions couples have about sex, intimacy, and fertility--naturally occurring or medically assisted.
DENISE WIESNER, L.Ac., Dipl. Ac., founder of the Natural Healing and Acupuncture Clinic in West Los Angeles, is an internationally recognized Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner, specializing in the Whole Systems Chinese medicine approach to women's health, sexuality, and fertility. Since 1994, Wiesner has treated and helped women manage challenges from menstrual disorders and menopause to infertility and pregnancy. Using a combination of acupuncture, diet and lifestyle counseling, nutritional supplements, and Chinese herbs, Wiesner has helped thousands of couples navigate the tricky, and often stressful, journey toward fertility, without losing their loving connection. She has a BS in Kinesiology and an MA in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Wiesner teaches professional seminars to medical doctors, OB/GYNs, and nurse midwives on the application of Chinese medicine in obstetrics and gynecology and has published articles on acupuncture and infertility. In addition to a thriving private practice, Denise lectures at conferences, works closely with reproductive endocrinologists, and is a professor in the doctoral program in Chinese Medicine, Fertility, and Women's Health at Yo San University.