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Nayul is a registered acupuncturist. She has earned her degree from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, after a rigorous five-year program both in the classroom and under clinical supervision as an intern, she practiced in China.
Nayul specializes in treating all types of acute and chronic pain often associated with soft tissue damage also in women health and mental health such as PMS, period pain, insomnia and anxiety disorder. She incorporate various TCM diagnostic approaches and uses acupuncture, cupping, tuina and therapeutic heat to relieve physical and emotional blockages in the body.
Catherin (Yuan) Zheng
Dr. Traditional Chinese Medicine
Dr. Catherine is a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Catherine is a caring and empathetic therapist who uses gentle treatment techniques. She believes that the practices of Chinese medicine can bring people optimal health.
Catherine has spent times studying in China, where she took courses to enhance her knowledge and expertise about herbal medicine.
Registered Massage Therapist
Hailey has always had a passion for helping others - especially when it comes to their health. As a registered massage therapist, Hailey believes in patient-centred care and aims to have each of her clients leave the treatment room pain-free.
Hailey advocates for mental and physical well-being as a top priority in healthy living and believes that massage therapy is instrumental in helping achieve this. She has a particular interest in prenatal massage, active release therapy (ART), Swedish and more.
Aaron Kwon (Practitioner)
Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine
Aaron has consistently shown a deep passion for assisting others, particularly in the realm of health. As a certified acupuncturist and herbalist, Aaron is committed to delivering patient-centered care, putting in dedicated effort to guarantee that every client departs the treatment room without pain.
Emphasizing the significance of mental and physical well-being in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, Aaron strongly holds the belief that acupuncture and herbal medicine are instrumental in attaining this delicate balance.
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