Growing up as a Chinese-American, acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine were a large part of my daily life and during my undergraduate studies I majored in both Chinese Studies and Exercise Science. I thought the best way to connect my two majors was to write a thesis on acupuncture; a medicine that is deeply rooted in Chinese culture and largely supported by scientific research, with significant implications for physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. I went on to complete a degree in acupuncture and have been amazed at how it’s changed my life as well as the lives of the patients I serve. In addition to acupuncture I practice cupping, moxibustion and various forms of bodywork such as shiatsu, Thai massage, and Bowen therapy. These practices can treat a wide range of conditions including pain and movement difficulties, digestive issues, sleep problems, psychological issues, and so much more. I am always excited to share these treatments with my clients and to watch them heal. Whether your goal is to gain some measure of relief from a severe disability or to enhance performance, I would love to support your journey.