Gayl Hubatch, OMD created the Blue Heron Center to supply the community with services and classes that promote holistic lifesyle and well being with a strong emphasis on Oriental Medicine. Health is our greatest resource. Without our health, everything else in life is diminished. Holistic medicine is about supporting all stages of health and well being; physical, mental/emotional and spiritual.


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  City Port Angeles, WA
  Zip Code 98362
  Address 824 East Eighth Str # B
  Phone Number (360) 417-8806

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Dr. Gayl Hubatch has been my acupuncturist for 22 years, and I highly recommend her. She has been the doctor who singlehandedly changed my life. She is an intelligent, compassionate, kind, and caring doctor, willing to share her insights and knowledge. Her skills have helped me achieve a better quality of life. I have never recommended a doctor so highly.

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Dr. Gayl takes a 'whole' approach to your healing, both spiritually and physically. When you're in the room with her, you have her full focus and attention. She also has a gift for finding the root cause of any symptoms you're experiencing. I feel enormously lucky to have found her! She is present, engaged, calm, encouraging and professional. You really get the sense that you're working with a rare individual who is a master at her profession. As amazing as she is, her prices are incredible!

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From Our Website

Oriental or Chinese Medicine is based on how energy flows in the body. This is systems thinking; looking at the body systems in relationship to one another. Chinese medicine is a science of relationships. That is why acupuncture, herbs, qi gong, acupressure can help to heal many diseases that have more than one cause or show symptoms in many areas of the body. Western medicine is ideal to target infection and deal with trauma and the need for surgery. Chinese medicine treats illnesses from an energetic viewpoint.


Acupressure is a system that has been practiced in the world for centuries. It is easy to learn and creates profound physical and mental change through easy relaxation techniques. Using finger pressure on specific energy points awakens the flow of qi while muscles and nerves relax. A deeper experience of the energy state in the body can be felt. It is a relaxing modality and comfortable for the client. Acupressure can be done with the client relaxing on a massage tablefully clothed. The results bring a feeling of ease with a renewed enthusiasm for life.


HeartMath technology is an innovative approach to improving emotional wellbeing. Learn to change your heart rhythm pattern to createphysiological coherence; a scientifically measurable state characterized by increased order and harmony in our mind, emotions and body. Getting intocoherence makes you feel balanced, alive and well! I am a Dr. of Chinese medicine, health coach, and educator excited to now offer evidence - based strategies and techniques that have been validated to be effective over time.


Join Gayl Hubatch, Austin's leading Acupuncturist for a 6 week class on Heartmath Resilience. Resilience is all about having more inner balance and energy to do what is most important in your life. Numerous independent, peer-reviewed studies have validated significant and sustained improvements such as reduced stress, improved employee health, well-being and communication, lower health-care costs, shorter meeting times and increased productivity and resilience. Benefits of this training include better sleep, more creative decision-making, improved teamwork and morale and greater ability to effectively deal with difficult people, deadlines and other challenging situations.


This QiGong workshop will focus on stress and pain relief. Learn simple breath and movement exercises to stop pain and reset the sympathetic: fight or flight response to parasympathetic: relaxation response. We will be doing qigong sitting and standing. There is also a simple walking exercise called Xi Xi Hu for chronic conditions, even cancer! In a practice referred to as "Meditation in motion, " This class will provide a basic introduction to the value of Tai Chi for its 21st century practical applications.