I am a Registered Acupuncturist in good standing with the College of Acupuncturists of Alberta (CAA).
I graduated with Distinction in 2015 from the MacEwan University Acupuncture Program and completed my internship at the MacEwan Acupuncture Teaching Clinic. I, as well, hold my Certification in Herbology.
After graduating from MacEwan University, I worked part-time as an Acupuncturist and continued on with my education, graduating in 2019 from the University of Alberta with my Bachelor of Science Degree in Nutrition and Food Science, and in the same year, received my Yoga Instructor Certification.
With everything slowing down over the last few years, I felt it best to continue on attending the University of Alberta while practicing Acupuncture only when it was safe to do so. In April 2021, I graduated with Distinction from the Bachelor of Education After Degree Program, Secondary Education, majoring in Chemistry.
However, throughout all the years of my personal growth and academic pursuits, Acupuncture was then and still is now, my career of choice and where my heart lies. I am so happy at this time to be able to continue on with my practice and to now have the time needed to be able to pursue and continue to add various specializations and treatments to my scope as they are completed.
Acupuncture is a holistic and natural way to address and treat the underlying root cause of many of today’s health problems with a focus on bringing the body back into a natural state of energetic balance. I always use this approach whenever possible rather than simply just treating the manifesting symptoms.
I have treated a wide variety of health-related conditions on an individual basis and have always used only the gentlest of approaches. And please note, Acupuncture does not have to be a scary experience. The majority of people who give Acupuncture a try, soon reap the benefits of each effective treatment and before they know it, they start to enjoy all the healing benefits it provides, along with the overall vitality and well-being that it promotes.