I practice Traditional Chinese medicine, trigger point therapy, Kiiko Matsumoto’s Japanese style acupuncture and Esoteric Acupuncture. I may use a combination of these acupuncture styles depending on my patient’s needs.


Moxabustion (also known as Moxa) is a small spongy herb made
out of the Mugwort plant. Moxa boosts the immune system
which creates a cascade of profound healing effects. Moxa
treats fatigue, emotional disorders, pain, digestive conditions,
gynecological conditions and much more.


Flower essences are infusions of flowers in water, that are potentized and then stabilized in a solution of water and a small amount of brandy. They contain no scent or perfume and should not be confused with essential oils or herbal tinctures. They may stimulate physical healing, but are mainly used to promote awareness and balance of emotional, mental and spiritual imbalances.


ba guan (cupping)

An ancient therapy that uses glass cups to create suction on the
skin in order to stimulates the flow of Qi and blood in the body.
Cupping treats coughs, asthma, common cold symptoms, muscle
pain, stress, tension and high blood pressure.

Gua Sha

A healing technique where you rub the skin repeated with a flat
tool. The friction releases toxins and moves stagnant blood in
the body. Gua Sha treats muscle aches and pains, respiratory
conditions, including cough, cold and flu.

body tuning with tuning forks

Like adjusting a piano, your body can be tuned to achieve optimal physical balance. Tapping two tuning forks will instantaneously alter your body’s biochemistry and bring your nervous system, muscle tone and organs into harmonic balance. Your body enters a deep state of relaxation, blood flow increases, immune response enhances, the body and mind fully integrate and transcend to higher levels of consciousness.



“Po-Hong’s method and treatment was the only thing that actually cleared my skin completely. What I liked about her approach is that it’s truly holistic. She looked at all aspects of my life – physical, emotional and mental, and then determined the best treatment for me.”
Kira S.