As I look at my life I see how I was always drawn towards healing and curious about energy. The hours I spent exploring the creek as a child and observing nature and my place in it taught me a lot. I felt that there were secret understandings that were just so close... if only I could discover them!
From the many hours of meditation and self-discovery I've done, to studying dance, to learning and teaching T'ai Chi, I've been on a path. When I first heard of the concepts behind Five Element Acupuncture, I knew that this was something I needed to learn and study. It's been 24 years since then, and I've now been a practicing acupuncturist for 12 years. I'm still fascinated.
I graduated from a four-year Master’s program at the Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture in 2004 and have been practicing acupuncture for 12 years. After completing Teacher Training with the Worsley Institute I joined the faculty at ITEA, teaching in the classroom and supervising in the student clinic.
I am a nationally certified Diplomate in Acupuncture (NCCAOM) and licensed by the State of Pennsylvania. After more than 6 years of studying Zero Balancing I completed my certification. I am also a member of the Association of Professional Acupuncture and the Zero Balancing Association.
Whether it’s through teaching or treating clients directly, I am happiest when I am fulfilling my purpose - sharing the healing and balance available through acupuncture.
Welcome to my Philadelphia practice:
Office Location: Medical Tower Building
255 S. 17th Street, Suite 1502, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Hours 8am-7pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
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This location is accesible via a short walk from the City Hall Subway Station, Suburban Station, the 19th Street Trolley Station, and the PATCO Station.
Some Street parking is available, or there are nearby parking garages.
Town Garage at 1524 Latimer Street or Latimer Garage at 1510 Latimer Street cost $10 for 2 hours during the day, and a $12 flat rate after 5:30pm. Travel south on 15th Street and after passing Locust Street, turn right onto Latimer (there is no light, it is the first alley on the right after Locust Street). Walk down Latimer towards the Medical Tower at 17th Street.