Traditional Asian Medicine

One of the oldest systems of medicine, Traditional Asian Medicine has been practiced for over 2,500 years and offers a holistic approach to chronic & acute health problems, while nourishing body, mind & spirit. Traditional Asian Medicine includes various forms of healing: Herbal medicine, Qi Gong, Acupuncture, Cupping, Moxibustion, Shonishin, Massage, & Dietary Therapy. 


Dr. Sally Sherriff, Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine & Herbalist

Certified in Traditional Oriental Medicine in Japan in 1993, Dr. Sally holds a Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Doctorate degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She teaches Pediatrics and Clinical Medicine at Five Branches University, and is founder and director of Healthy Dragon Healing Arts. She specializes in holistic pediatric care, family health, and relief of allergies, pain & stress.


 

Dara Daniels, Wholistic Health PractitionerL.Ac., Certified Massage Therapist #55388, Certified Yoga Instructor

Dara is a CA Board-Certified Acupuncturist and holds a Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine from the perspective of Classical Chinese Medicine with respect to acupuncture, herbology and Qi Gong. A practitioner of over 15 years, Dara specializes in wholistic massage and bodywork that is both relaxing and therapeutic. She uses a variety of modalities from structural to energetic in order to release stress, relieve chronic pain and tension, improve circulation, revitalize tissues, and create a greater sense of harmony in body, mind and spirit. She is a Reiki Master, Sivananda Certified Yoga Instructor offering private yoga, and is passionate about inspiring and supporting others to embody health and wholeness through healing foods, herbs, and lifestyle practices.

 
 

 

  • Dorothy “Burl” Wood, Clinical Herbalist 

    Burl is a community clinical herbalist offering herbal consultations, workshops in natural textile dyeing and herbal medicine making, and resources for self-care to empower us to connect with our bodies, health, and the land we live within.

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