Cupping, Acupuncture, Tui na, Gua Sha, Moxibustion, Integrative Myofascial Acupuncture
Meg studied Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture in her hometown of Victoria BC before moving to the Bow Valley in 2020. She has worked as a yoga and meditation teacher for over a decade. This experience informs her Acupuncture practice.
Her offerings are rooted in the belief that it is only when we can accept where we are at that true healing begins. She loves how Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine is an appropriate means of treatment for just about anything and has experience treating a wide range of individuals seeking support for mental health and addiction concerns, physical pain, sports related injuries, digestive or sleep disturbances, autoimmune conditions, hormonal health, pre and post natal support, to cosmetic acupuncture requests. You can expect a unique combination of treatment modalities from acupuncture, cupping, TCM massage, conscious movement suggestions and lifestyle coaching to treat each unique individual’s needs.
What do you do when you aren’t working?
Meg has a deep love for the great outdoors and feels most at home when exploring the beauty the Valley has to offer with her pup and partner. She also continues to practice and teach yoga and meditation regularly. She finds great meaning in connecting in community with others.
What made you decide to become an Acupuncturist?
Meg’s professional background in yoga, meditation and conscious movement led her to investigate her own health from a holistic perspective. Her curiosity of the integrative benefits of eastern medicine eventually led her to a career in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. She has a deeply rooted connection to the natural world and believes that by aligning ourselves with the natural rhythms of the earth and of our environment we re-awaken an innate inner wisdom to be well, which is the foundation of Chinese Medicine.