Many years ago my family and I were in a car accident and my mom got severe whiplash. I remember her getting migraines and back pain constantly. I also remember rubbing her back and neck to help relieve the pain. She always used to say I had magic fingers. I believe this is one of the reasons why I became interested in Shiatsu Massage Therapy to begin with. You know, it breaks my heart to see the ones I love in so much pain.
In 1996, I began my journey in natural health by entering the 2 year Diploma program at Toronto’s Shiatsu School of Canada. After graduation, opportunity brought me to Alberta. I loved working in the field of body work, but found that I was limited in what conditions I could treat. So in 2001, I sought out an education in acupuncture.
I have been a Registered Acupuncturist with the College and Association of Acupuncturists of Alberta (CAAA) since 2005 and hold a three-year Diploma in Acupuncture from Grant MacEwan University.
I bring to my practice a wealth of knowledge and experience accumulated over the past 15 years, and my journey continues through ongoing studies.