Jill Eisenbeiss Broach

Jill Eisenbeiss Broach grew up in Norfolk and attended Norfolk Academy. She has a B.A. in Art history from ODU and a Masters in Acupuncture from MIUH. She lives in the Larchmont section of Norfolk with her husband Teddy and their son Curran. Jill has been practicing acupuncture for 18 years. Her training is based on the 5-element model of acupuncture, a tradition that is grounded in nature. Jill’s deep listening and diagnostic skills enable her to get to the root of the imbalance. With her needles, she is able to restore balance to the body, mind and spirit.

Her particular style of treatments enable her clients to shed the distractions of their symptons and get back to the joy of living. Some people believe that acupuncture is only good for pain management such as back pain and headaches. Acupuncture is also effective for stress reduction, insomnia, anxiety and fertility, which is one of Jill’s specialties.
Jill holds a license to practice acupuncture from the Virginia Board of Medicine. She is nationally certified by the NCCAOM and holds a Master’s degree in Acupuncture from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute, now known as Maryland University of Integrative Health, in Laurel, Maryland.

Her studies include workshops with Richard Tan, J.R.Worsley, Darren Starwynn, and Martha Lucas.

“What I love about acupuncture is that I get to meet interesting people from all walks of life, hear their stories and help them to improve the quality of their lives. I find it fascinating and feel privileged to be in a profession that I am inspired to continue learning and studying. The 5-element model of acupuncture really spoke to my soul. It is very much a body-mind-spirit medicine. It is all connected. In this model we look to correct the root imbalance rather than masking or quieting a symptom without resolving the root of the problem.”