My goal is to help people feel optimal in mind, body and spirit so they can experience life to the fullest. We are born to be healthy and happy and our minds and bodies contain the information and chemistry to heal ourselves. My approach to helping patients is based on shared insight from the healing masters of ancient and modern masters who understood the basics of overall health. They are breath, movement, nutrition, sleep and spirituality.
I am a teacher and one of my goals is to provide the foundational knowledge that empowers people to manage their overall health. Once this foundation is established, often very simple natural remedies can trigger our bodies to overcome disease. From the beginning, my Belgian mother was focused on healthy food and natural remedies when we were sick. Thanks to my mother, Naturopathic and Chinese Medicine principles resonated with me and quickly became my passion. Growing up in the mountains of Colorado I was fortunate enough to spend most of my time outdoors immersed in nature, where I experienced its healthy influences.
I graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine in 2020 having completed a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and Master of Science in Oriental Medicine. The primary modalities I use are acupuncture, Chinese herbology, homeopathy, nutrition, Craniosacral Therapy, and massage. My interests include women’s health, mental/emotional disorders, chronic pain, gastrointestinal disorders, autoimmune disorders, and musculoskeletal disorders.
I’m currently pursuing at two year residency with Dr. Edie Vickers, medical director of An Hao Clinic. I feel blessed to be working at this clinic. I look forward to getting to know each patient individually and helping them on their healing journeys. In my free time I love to get out into nature as much as possible as this is where I feel most alive! My main hobbies are mountain biking, yoga, ski touring, and backpacking.