I’ve always had a passion for health and well-being, and helping people feel better. Quite simply, that is why I do what I do. I studied Human Nutrition at the University of Otago before completing a diploma in secondary school teaching. After ten years as a Home Economics and Health Education teacher, I left New Zealand and relocated to Sydney, Australia.
At this time, my own health was suffering, and I started to try different healing modalities such as acupuncture, yoga, and meditation. All I learnt on my own healing journey has helped define who I am today as an acupuncturist wanting to help people feel better. I stumbled across traditional Chinese medicine and fell in love with this ancient medicinal practice, seeing it as a non-invasive means to help people heal.
Putting this all together, it is my mission to create a unique healing space for women which utilises a holistic and integrated approach to healing. To use my intuition and my knowledge in the present moment to tap into your body’s innate ability to heal. To ultimately make you feel better and to encourage you to take inspired action to improve your health and well-being in the long term.
“Opposing but complementary forces coming together to create magic:
new and different ways to heal”
Bachelor of Health Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine, UTS, Sydney, Australia
Advanced Studies of Acupuncture, Chengdu’s Provincial People’s Hospital, Chengdu, China
Postgraduate Diploma of Teaching and Learning (Home Economics and Health Education)
Bachelor of Consumer Applied Sciences (Human Nutrition).