I’m a lifelong learner and adventurer, and I’m passionate about helping others to heal and feel their best. Since 2000, I’ve been fortunate enough to accompany my clients on their journey to wellness which includes being free of pain, getting back to hiking and skiing, and improved relationships with friends and family!
Inspired and influenced by nature and Eastern medicine, I completed the four-year program at the Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture (ITEA), where I was trained in the Classical Five-Element Acupuncture school. I’ve been on the faculty at ITEA since 2011 and teach point location and theory.
One of the cornerstones of my practice is trust. Our sessions can be extremely enlightening, and you may discover areas of your life that are not making you happy, whether it be an unfulfilling career, an unhealthy relationship, or constant chronic pain, either physical or emotional.
A tenet of Five Element Acupuncture training combines the energy of the body, mind, and spirit. In doing so, I am able to work with my patients to treat not just the symptoms but join them as we, together, discover the root causes of pain, discomfort, and lack of fulfillment.
I’m grateful to be pursuing my passion and witnessing my clients as their lives transform, their pain disappears, and a sense of ease returns to their mind and body. Because of this and my love for learning, I continue to take more than the required continuing education and advanced trainings.
I’m a certified Diplomat of Acupuncture (Dipl.Ac) by the National Certification Commission in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). I’m fully licensed in the state of Colorado. I’ve trained with the founder of NST and received my advanced certification.