I was born and raised in Victoria, BC. My passion for acupuncture and Chinese medicine started while I was healing from a traumatic car accident and brain injury. It was through acupuncture that I was able to fully recover, physically and mentally. From there, I wanted to learn more, so that I could share this healing medicine with our community.
In 2016 I graduated from Pacific Rim College and went on to complete licensing exams with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia. I have since focused my studies and training on helping those with neurological disorders, chronic and acute pain management, and gynaecology and obstetrics. I have completed training and become certified with the Neuroacupuncture Institute (NAI), and the Complete Concussion Management Institute (CCMI).
It is important to me to combine modern research and science with classic acupuncture theories for a truly unique perspective. My practice is inspired by my own recovery after injury, my journey through motherhood, and by observing the natural world. It is my intention to help anyone who comes to see me with compassionate care that is effective for their unique needs.