If you have landed here, then I know you like many of us are struggling with stress and overwhelm. Have you ever felt so swamped with the bombardment of information being thrown at us through this digital age? You are sitting at your computer and you know that you should probably go outside to get some fresh air. However, you end up sitting there for god knows how long and time goes by aimlessly. By the end of the day, your eyes are blurry, your body feels all cramped up and you wish that you did not feel so tired from the information overload.
photo by Felicity Lo @ FelicityLo.com
I strongly believe that the mind and body are powerful tools that can be tapped into to reach our fullest potential. This is an area where I am combining my holistic knowledge of Chinese Medicine, Chiropractic, Movement therapy (that includes martial arts) and my own interests in psychology.
- Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Qigong to improve stress, pain and sleep
- “Recovery at home” methods to help with pain
- Chinese Herbal Medicine, Food and Supplements
- Changing Mindsets and Mindhacks
- How to improve focus and productivity
- How to deal with stress - in all walks of life
I first started with my qigong practice in acupuncture school in 2014 and I have never looked back since then. I have been studying health for nearly all my life because of my fascination with psychology of the mind and body. When I am not in the clinic or doing work, I usually spend time hiking with my husband and my Rhodesian Ridgeback, Teddy. I also have two cats that like to cuddle with me at home named Ninja and Ginger.