“I am happy to accompany you towards a healthier, happier and more enjoyable life.”
ROBBY ELIA, M.A., DIPL.AC.HB.
Hi! My name is Robby. My journey begins in Europe, in the picturesque city of Vienna, as the son of a Polish mother who dreams of the cliché that I will continue the family tradition and become a doctor.
Since childhood, I’ve been accompanied by a variety of health challenges. To my dismay, conventional medicine left me with many unresolved health conditions and even more unanswered questions.
When I was diagnosed with colitis more than 20 years ago, I was introduced to the great power of Chinese medicine. From there I embarked on a journey exploring the connection between body and mind, researching various alternative methods and techniques that exposed me to a fascinating, diverse and exciting world.
I graduated with honors from the four-year Ancient Chinese Medicine program at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. This ancient wisdom and philosophy led me to a deep understanding about myself and the human experience, as well as strengthened my perception that our wellbeing is integrally tied to the natural world.
I specialize in personalized nutrition therapy rooted in Chinese Medicine, Ayurvedic Medicine, and Macrobiotics in combination with a functional medicine approach.
I’m also a specialist in Orthopedics and Pain acupuncture based on the Balance Method known for its immediate, powerful effects, especially for pain relief.
I find it truly rewarding to be able to accompany you towards a healthier, happier and more enjoyable life.
Embarking on a journey for better health and vitality is a courageous decision.
Life in the modern world often demands that we extend ourself beyond our limits, challenging our natural existence in harmony with the universe and nature. Lack of sleep, long working hours, and unhealthy eating habits have a huge impact on our bodies’ already altered state of stress.
Each person has a different experience with his or her physical condition; the path to recovery is also influenced by age, gender, culture, heritage, language, faith, sexual and gender identity, relationship status, life experience and beliefs.
My personal treatment approach is to first see the person from a holistic perspective, providing for his or her physical, mental, spiritual, and social needs. This is rooted in the understanding that all these aspects are interconnected and affect your overall health.
The basis for every successful treatment is Nutrition. Nutrition Therapy can be implemented independently to effect beneficial change, or in combination with Acupuncture and other Chinese Medicine techniques.