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Biography France Grenier - NDG acupuncturist

Member of the Ordre des Acupuncteurs du Québec (OAQ)
Member of the Association des Acupuncteurs du Québec (AAQ)



Facial (aesthetic) acupuncture



The treatment begins with a short interview to determine your state of health and your expectations. A few needles are then placed on the body to support the treatment. A light preparation of the face with tonic lotion and mist precedes the facial poncture.

At the same time, serum and cream are applied to the targeted areas (forehead, eyes, mouth, etc.). After removal of the needles, a facial oil is applied to the facial skin to ensure greater comfort when using the Guasha in a massage and lymphatic drainage movement.

After the treatment, you'll notice a beautiful glow on your facial skin, and great relaxation on your part. The treatment lasts approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.

The benefits

  • Improves circulation

  • Helps reduce facial edema

  • Reduces the appearance and formation of wrinkles

  • Improves tissue tone

  • Reduces loss of epidermal volume

  • Helps slow collagen fiber degradation


For many years, my role was to accompany top-level athletes, designing equestrian equipment to support and increase the rider's endurance. This experience led me to listen, research and understand how to alleviate both physical and mental pain.

In 2006, I went to northern China to have my equipment produced.
This journey, which lasted over 10 years, provided me with an exceptional immersive experience and enabled me to learn more about Chinese culture. It was also here that I received my first acupuncture treatment and developed my fascination and enthusiasm for Chinese medicine.



  • Cranio-puncture internship, chronic pain management

  • Aesthetic facial acupuncture

  • Meridian approach to acupuncture using Dr Tan's technique

  • Basics of Japanese-style acupuncture and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders

  • Treating diabetes and neuropathy with acupuncture

  • Nada training


Traditional Chinese Medicine considers the whole person, which is why I listen to and observe both the state of mind and the body in the search for well-being. It's a search I like to make in collaboration with the patient, using the needles as guides that lead the body and mind towards better balance and improved health.