Professionally, I am a healer, licensed acupuncturist, and co-founder of a wellness clinic. I am also a graduate student doing my Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology.

My Work

Healer – Acupuncturist – Coach

My approach to helping clients has changed in the last few years.

When I started on my healing journey and experienced the benefits of somatic work, I shifted the way I practice as I realized how trauma could affect our physical, mental, and spiritual health.

Currently, I am deeply influenced by attachment work and the polyvagal theory as my healing journey has been greatly helped by these modalities and by healing my attachment wounds.

Two teachers have shaped my approach and work as a practitioner and coach. Carmen Spagnola and Patti Elledge who taught me the importance of healing early relational traumas and attachment wounds.

Susan Johnson and Master Tung deeply influence my work as a registered acupuncturist and healer. I have been practicing acupuncture since 2009.

I work with individuals who seek balance, and often they come to me when they have tried Western medicine for their dis-eases but are frustrated with the process and found no relief.

Clients find me because they need help with their health. They know something needs to change; they have tried other modalities but are not seeing results.

My clients include those struggling with digestive issues, pain, addiction issues, fertility challenges, and more.

Clients work with me because I believe in taking an active approach to healing. I give you the tools and trust that you are capable of doing the work.

I am a mindful practitioner. I am willing to be vulnerable, but firm at the same time.

As a health coach, I work with clients who want to take their health to the next step. People seek me out because they know I have done the work. I have been through a difficult journey, so I understand their struggles.


I have been creating one-of-a-kind pottery since 2018. I started taking pottery lessons to help with my grief after my father died.

Pottery has taught me that it is okay to be imperfect, to trust in the process, and most importantly, to slow down and be present.

I enjoy experimenting with different techniques and colors. Therefore I seldom create the same design twice. 

Who Am I?

I do what brings me joy and have spent the last few years breaking down social and family expectations.

I am strong, a good listener, and I can hold space when clients and friends are in need. I am calm in stressful situations, and I can easily adjust to what is needed in each situation.

I cry often, and I laugh a lot. I am grateful to be married to a man who makes me laugh daily.

I am nourished by my soul friends who are brilliant at showing up and holding space. Hence, I am fiercely protective of the people I love.

I am an avid reader, as I am continually seeking knowledge and the truth. I try to speak up when needed.

Mother Earth

To be a good human, I spend a lot of time in nature. I have a deep connection with nature. Hence I have a strong desire to save the world.

I believe that when as a collective, we are healthy on all levels – mental, physical, and spiritual, we will be kinder to ourselves, the people around us, and mother earth.

I live and work on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

Commonly known as Vancouver, British Columbia.

A few other personal details you might want to know……

I had an eating disorder when I was young, I struggled with food, and I overcame that.
I had a traumatic childhood, and with amazing therapists and friends, I was able to forgive myself and heal.

I believe one of the most important aspects of being a good human is to be a good witness for others, and in turn, we learn how to be seen and receive witnessing. (I will share my quest experiences in writing soon)

My ancestors are from China and Mongolia. I was born in Singapore. My people were artists, entrepreneurs, farmers, and I grew up deeply rooted in rituals and prayers.

My husband is a kind and compassionate healer – he is a registered massage therapist. He works with elite athletes and a few Canadian Olympians.

We live a simple life. My dream is to own a house near the waters and mountains.

When I grow up, I want to have a big garden, grow lots of vegetables, and own a couple of dogs.

Fun facts: I once officiated a wedding for close friends on a boat, and I have a brown belt in karate.

You can learn more about the pottery process here.

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