Lisa K. Y. Wong, L. Ac.
Email: lisa@www.centerforhealingbydesign.org

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Silicon Valley Acupuncturist Lisa K.Y. Wong Leads “Climb Every Mountain
Self-Care Movement” to Scale Mt. Kilimanjaro

SARATOGA, Calif., June 26, 2015 — Lisa K. Y. Wong, an author, licensed acupuncturist, and CEO of Center for Healing by Design, Inc., is literally climbing a mountain to launch her global Climb Every Mountain Self-Care Movement.

On July 4, 2015, she will join record-holding climbers to help them get ready for their 7-day climb together up Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest peak on the African continent, by teaching simple self-care methods to help them combat high-altitude sickness as they scale the tallest free-standing mountain in the world. Their 7-day climb starts on July 5, 2015.

The group will also include 85-year-old Anne Lorimor, who aspires to set the Guinness World Record as the oldest woman to ever climb the heights of the famous peak. Leading the group is Werner Berger, 78-year-old record-holder of being the oldest person in the world to complete the Seven Summits.

The Climb Every Mountain Self-Care Movement aims to reduce the prevalence of chronic pain and illness around the globe by educating, engaging and empowering people with a simple, unique practice of self-care developed by Ms. Wong and Center For Healing By Design, Inc. The practice distills the wisdom of ancient acupuncture techniques and modern medicine into a 3-step process that can dissolve pain, boost the immune system and accelerate healing in the body. It also reveals the miniature ‘maps’ that can be found on every body, and that can lead to healing illness, pain and discomfort. While it sounds simple, it is extremely powerful, as it accesses the body’s profoundly complex network of connections that have been harnessed by acupuncturists for centuries.

“I want to promote self-care literacy around the world, for every age group and within every culture,” says Ms. Wong. “My self-care methods are so practical and simple that a child can learn them. Yet they’re extremely effective and the results are usually immediate. The more people we reach with these techniques, the more we can improve the health conditions and reduce the suffering of people around the world.”

After the climb, Ms Wong will also teach her self-care methods to 270 local children, including orphans and pre-school kids, as well as local hospital professionals and mountain guides.

The Healing By Design Self-Care Method™ helps thousands of people dissolve pain from head to toe, such as headache and migraine pain, neck and shoulder pain, low back pain, elbow, wrist, knee, ankle, and foot pain. It can also help increase energy and focus, reduce high blood pressure, improve sleep, and accelerate healing in the body. Results are usually felt immediately or within minutes.

“The magnificent design of the human body includes warning buttons and indicator signals just like the dashboard of a car,” Wong continues. “It also gives us clues about what acupressure points to use to relieve symptoms and conditions, often in just minutes. And yet, it costs nothing! By teaching people about the self-healing power of the body and giving them the means to activate that power, we can bring new hope and tremendous relief to millions at virtually no expense.”

The Climb Every Mountain Self-Care Movement’s goal is to educate and empower one million people in 20 countries with self-healing and preventative self-care methods by January 1st, 2020. It is seeking donations, sponsors and partners to contribute to its efforts.

To follow Lisa’s climb to Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa, and the launch of the Climb Every Mountain Self-Care Movement, visit: ClimbEveryMountainSelfCareMovement.org.

To provide a financial donation and help the Movement reach its goal, go to: ClimbEveryMountainSelfCareMovement.org.

To become a sponsor or partner in its worthwhile efforts, contact Lisa Wong at lisa@www.centerforhealingbydesign.org.