Welcome! I’m an Edmonton-based Acupuncturist/Massage Therapist with 10 years of experience in clinical practice.
I believe in treating with an empathetic model, and combine several powerful modalities to create a comprehensive treatment plan for each client.
UPDATE: As of January 2023 I will be working part-time in Sherwood Park at Park Integrative Health! You can see me there on Wednesdays and Fridays
Please read the guidelines prior to your first treatment to understand what will be required of you upon entering the clinic. Your health and safety remain a top priority as I will be following the strict guidelines set out by AHS.
Hours of Operation
Old Strathcona: Tuesdays: 12:30-7:30 Thursdays: 11-6 Saturdays: 11-6
Park Integrative Health: Wednesdays: 2:15-8:15 Fridays 2:15-8:15
I became a Registered Acupuncturist in 2019 after 10 successful years as a Registered Massage Therapist. My previous practice consisted primarily of treating Musculoskeletal health, and as I journeyed further into wellness, I discovered the need to treat the human body as a holistic unit. This pushed me to pursue Eastern medicine and resulted in me achieving my certification in Acupuncture. I employ the modalities of Reflexology, Cupping, Moxabustion, Guasha, and Chinese Herbology to bring together the best possible treatment for each client. I am currently enrolled in The Acupuncture and TCM Board of Reproductive Medicine (ABORM) program, and after completing the exam in 2023, I will be continuing my journey into reproductive and fertility health and wellness.
Scona 104 Building
Suite 202K (Second floor)
7718 104 street NW
My studio is located across the corner from Starbucks and Save on Foods just south of Whyte Avenue on Calgary Trail.
The entry door is between Red Loon Tattoo Studio and Vape Horizons on the main floor. Inside there is a stairway which leads to the businesses on the second floor.
You'll see a List of Tenants sign inside the door upon your arrival and signs throughout the building that will lead you to my studio.
There is plenty of free parking located beside the north side of the building, as well as southbound along 104 street (Calgary Trail).