Wellness Services

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Wellness Services

Asheville Gynecology & Wellness recognizes the complex and interconnected nature of every woman’s life. We understand the importance of listening to patients and together addressing their concerns. Asheville Gynecology & Wellness looks for ways to encourage balance between mind, body, and spirit. When women are empowered and take ownership of personal health and well-being, the benefits extend to her family and community.

Asheville Gynecology & Wellness attempts to guide patients to greater awareness and better understanding of themselves and their bodies. Office visits are personalized, and patients will receive relevant information and guidance pertaining to options that contribute to better health. Dr. Scott embraces many forms of healing that are safe and effective.

  • Acupuncture

    Natasha is a Licensed Acupuncturist in the states of New York and North Carolina. She is Board Certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and is an active member of The Acupuncture Society of New York as well as the American Acupuncture Council.

    She is a graduate from Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine in Montclair, NJ where she received a Master Diploma, completed over 2202.5 hours of training, over 500 hours of clinical work and graduated with honors. She is a general practitioner with special interests in pain management, anxiety disorders and women’s health and has been in practice since 2009.

    She practices a combination of Chinese and Japanese styles of acupuncture. Her treatments have a synergistic approach consisting of a combination of acupuncture, cupping, guasha, electro­acupuncture, massage, moxibustion and dietary proaches.

    Natasha has studied with renowned pioneer in Japanese acupuncture, Kiiko Matsumoto and continues her studies with highly regarded practitioners such as Giovanni Maciocia and Jeffrey Yuen.

    Acupuncture Can Help With:

    1. Pain Management
    2. Women’s Health and Fertility Support
    3. Anxiety and Depression
    4. Migraines and Headaches
    5. Autoimmune Disease and digestive disorders 
  • Wellness Weigh™

    Asheville Gynecology & Wellness has created an individualized wellness program to meet your needs. Wellness Weigh incorporates several different approaches including an introduction to mindfulness, breathing and relaxation strategies for stress reduction, acupuncture, menu planning, and nutrition education and concepts based on the PCRM Food For Life programs.  Food For Life is an evidenced-based approach to nutrition developed by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). It provides participants with tools for reversing disease that in the process typically leads to weight loss.


    This mind-body-spirit approach can give you the support needed to make the changes we know you can make.

    with Summer Huntley-Dale PhD, NP-C to review your goals

  • Health Coach

    Beth Farlow, NBC-HWC, RYT200, MBA

    Integrative Health Coaching aligns with Lifestyle Medicine to effectively motivate, support and sustain the healthy behavior changes you want to incorporate into your life. Health and Wellness Coaching is a proven framework for enabling healthy lifestyle changes, such as:

    • Achieving your Optimal Weight
    • Developing Eating and Exercise Plans to help you reach your goals
    • Making Lifestyle Changes needed to support common medical diagnoses (PCOS, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, etc.)
    • Cultivating Mindful Awareness to reduce the impact of stress and daily life pressures
    • Creating Work / Life Balance
    • Developing Healthy Sleep Habits
    • Strengthening your Mind / Body Connection

    Why work with Beth?

    Beth has spent the majority of her adult life as a wife, mother, aging parental caretaker and successful career woman. She has experienced first hand the challenges in creating work life balance and optimal health that many women experience in their various life roles. In her late forties, Beth developed high blood pressure and lower back issues. As part of her healing, she gravitated toward yoga and mindfulness to support her healing process. After recognizing the importance of healthy eating and exercise as well as spiritual and emotional fulfillment, Beth now fully devotes her energy to support her clients’ journey of health and well-being.

  • Teaching Kitchen

    Our bodies are constantly being rebuilt and regenerated. Because of this, we can say that food is medicine. Wise, sensible food choices are often the start of improving our overall health. We realize that preparing healthy food is a learning process. The teaching kitchen was created to facilitate that learning process through courses on meal planning and practical skills for busy lives. 

    Our instructor(s) teach Food for Life nutrition and cooking classes at Asheville Gynecology & Wellness. The principles of Plant-Based are consistent with the findings and initiatives developed  by Cornell University’s T. Colin Campbell. He is the author of The China Study.  If you are interested in Food For Life or other resources for Plant-Based Nutrition, CLICK HERE to explore a list of upcoming events/programs.


  • MindBody

    Massage Bodywork promotes a sense of well being and is beneficial to maintain health. Our bodies often reveal the accumulation of emotional and physical stress. Stress contributes to symptoms like headaches, fatigue, and anxiety. Physical therapy, therapeutic massage, Osteopathic manipulation, and other treatment modalities often provide symptom relief. Asheville Gynecology & Wellness can make recommendations and referrals for body workers.

    Modern life competes with and interferes with quiet contemplation. We value the health benefits of meditation and contemplative practices. Asheville Gynecology & Wellness provides information and resources to patients regarding contemplative practices that can be incorporated into their lives.

    As simple as this sounds, paying attention to our breath can produce profoundly beneficial effects. Patients may be encouraged to practice mindful breathing.