I am a Mother, an athlete, an Acupuncturist, a college teacher, and a seeker of knowledge.
I have the biggest admiration for this Medicine. In all of my almost 15 years of practice, I have seen profound changes at both, the physical and emotional levels in my patients (and in myself).
I received my Master’s degree in Acupuncture in 2008, from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. I’ve practiced at community clinics, treated hundreds of patients in that style, and then decided to slow down and open a private practice.
Teaching at Pacific College of Health and Sciences has been a major addition to my career and I love sharing my passion of acupuncture with my students.
My areas of focus have shifted many times throughout these 15 years – I have taken deep dives into many different fields of study: I have gone from the deep emotional and spiritual roots of the Daoist medicine to the much more neuroscience based aspects of electrical stimulation recently.
There are many PubMed published studies on the efficacy of acupuncture for just about any ailment. I love digging deep into all of that. I am an investigator of truths and I am always studying and growing.
It will be an honor to guide you back into optimal health. I truly mean it when I say I lead a Modern approach to the Ancient Wisdom.
I was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and have spent the last 2 decades in the US. I speak Portuguese and English fluently, and can speak and understand Spanish well.
This is a list of some of the seminars that I have attended since 2020. I attend on average, about 30 hours of courses per year in varied areas of acupuncture and herbal medicine.
Acupuncture for PTSD and Bipolar disorders
Daoist sexuality for women: Empowerment & Cultivation
Birth to Death: A Primer for Chinese Sexology
TCM and Sexuality: A More Perfect Union
Acupuncture for self-esteem issues, shame and procrastination
The Emotion of Hate
Treating Neurological Patients in an Integrative Setting
Stroke in Covid Times: Tools and Resources for Rehabilitation, Prevention, and Risk Assessment*
The Antibiotic and Anti-inflammatory Effect of Chinese Herbs
Dermatology in Chinese Medicine
Master Tung’s essential Points for gynecological conditions
Treating Significant Syndromes with Motor Points and Chinese Medicine
AcuSport Motor Points and Sports Acupuncture series
Nerve Anastomoses and Tissue Connections: Points Affecting the Jingluo and Jingjin
Ortho Pain Panel with Matt Callison, Dustin Dillberg, Cameron Bishop and Justin E. Flores
Pacific Sports and Orthopedic Acupuncture Symposium – Neuropuncture with Michael Corradino
Neuropuncture with Michael Corradino