MaryBeth Templeton, R.Ac, RMT (she/her)

MaryBeth has been a registered massage therapist in Guelph since 1997, and credits the longevity of her career to having received regular acupuncture treatments. In 2014, she completed her three year acupuncture program and re-focussed her practice on helping others experience the remarkable benefits of acupuncture. She utilizes the traditional Chinese medicine modalities of acupuncture, cupping, gua sha and moxibustion in her practice. 

MaryBeth has completed further education in pregnancy and post-natal care, and is a member of the Obstetrical Acupuncture Association. She is also a trained aromatherapist and Reiki practitioner, and may include energy work and essential oils as appropriate. 

MaryBeth is a member in good standing with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario and the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Her love of learning ensures that she easily exceeds the continuing education requirements of both regulatory bodies. 

When not at work, MaryBeth enjoys movies, reading, hiking, canoeing, cross country skiing and spending time with great friends. 

Anti-Oppression Commitment

Guelph Acupuncture and I, MaryBeth Templeton, are committed to providing a safe treatment space for all. This means that I work to keep my practice free of racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, classism, fatphobia, prejudice due to cultural background and religious affiliation, and stigma against those with chronic illness, both physical and mental. I ask that my clients abide by this policy, and understand that slurs or hate speech of any kind will not be tolerated. 

I welcome your feedback and suggestions on how I can be more inclusive in my practice. 

Land Acknowledgement

Guelph Acupuncture is on the traditional land of the Attawandaron/Chonnonton/Neutral Peoples and Haudenosaunee Confederacy. It is also the treaty land of the Mississaugas of the New Credit. The colonial process by which this land was and is occupied, and the treatment of its original inhabitants was and is deeply unjust. 

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