COVID-19 Updates In early March, I closed my clinic while I gathered information about how to optimize safety in a clinical setting alongside COVID-19 concerns. I have been preparing to gradually return to in-person clinical care, and need your partnership to create the safest environment possible. Below are some details on my safety protocols: Masks… Continue reading COVID-19 Policies
People often arrive at an acupuncture office for issues such as back pain, headaches, or fertility challenges. These are all things that acupuncture is great at treating. Many people don’t realize that acupuncture can also be extremely helpful for digestive issues such as constipation. I commonly treat constipation in people of all ages, from infants… Continue reading Constipation Relief through Acupuncture
I’ll be speaking this Tuesday at the Seattle Holistic Center’s Parent/Caregiver’s Tea. Come hear about Pediatric Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine! 12:45pm this Tuesday, January 23rd, in a cozy and laid-back setting. Mother’s Tea is a lovely place to relax and connect with other parents, caregivers, and babies. More information on the Seattle Holistic Center website: http://www.seattleholisticcenter.com/special-events/2017/12/31/parentcaregivers-tea-pediatric-acupuncture… Continue reading Parent/Caregiver’s Tea: Pediatric Acupuncture with Samara White
I recently contributed to this guest blog post from local chiropractor, Dr. Sharonrose Samelak. Follow this link to read what I wrote about how Acupuncture & Chinese medicine can help support your pregnancy and prepare you for childbirth (not to mention how helpful it can be for fertility issues as well as postpartum care). And… Continue reading How To Build a Birth Team
I chatted with Michelle Grasek over at Modern Acupuncture Marketing about the creation of Maya & Friends Visit the Acupuncturist, and how a book like this can help in marketing for an acupuncture practice. Along with my husband (and book illustrator), we answered some of Michelle’s questions on creating this acupuncture children’s book, marketing it, and… Continue reading An Interview with Modern Acupuncture Marketing
What did you imagine when you first heard about acupuncture? Perhaps a person lying alone on a table with needles poking out everywhere. What do you think kids imagine? I recently wrote an article for Robin Green’s kidsloveacupuncture.com about how to help children feel more comfortable with the idea of acupuncture. Check out the blog… Continue reading Kids+Love+Acupuncture Guest Blog
I have recently been working with a lot of infants who are having trouble breastfeeding, and I am continuously humbled by the power of craniosacral therapy. Infants seem to respond well to this gentle, hands-on work. This article goes into some detail on what to expect from an infant craniosacral therapy session, and how this… Continue reading Craniosacral Therapy Can Help Improve Breastfeeding
I’m excited to share the news that my children’s book about Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine is now available! I’ve been working on this book all year, written by myself and illustrated by my husband, graphic designer, Troy White. The story is about a girl, Maya, and her friends, Bobby Bear and Ellie Elephant, who go… Continue reading My Newly Published Acupuncture Book for Kids!