In 1998 when I injured my rotator cuff snowboarding, I was introduced to the healing power and benefits of acupuncture and bodywork. My shoulder healed extremely well with little pain, and I also became a more relaxed and healthier person from the regular acupuncture and bodywork. Thus, in 1999 I decided to attend the Utah College of Massage Therapy where I received 1 year of training to become a certified massage therapist and share the benefits from my own experience with others. Over the past 15 years, I have worked extensively with acute and chronic injuries, and I have been educated in a variety of modalities venturing into the world of energy medicine with 1500 hours of training in bodywork. Seven years ago, I began training in Zero Balancing at the Esalen Institute, and I am currently a certified practitioner of Zero Balancing. Most recently, I have graduated with a Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Emperor’s Colleges of Traditional Oriental Medicine in Santa Monica, CA with over 3000 hours of training in acupuncture and herbal medicine.
Coming home to Utah to start my practice and share what I have learned about the healing arts in the last decade is a true joy for me. I believe that “dis-ease” and imbalance in the body can be a gift that brings greater awareness to an individual and with it greater health. With a variety of modalities and a combined knowledge of Eastern and Western medicine, my goal is to facilitate and support an individual’s healing process to bring about homeostasis and an overall sense of well-being. I wish to help facilitate a shift. Herbal medicine and bodywork have supported me through my own healing process over the years and I wish to share what I have learned with my patients.
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