5 Elements ChartVital Point describes a state of health
when the body’s vital energies are able
to flow freely without the disturbance
of pain or illness.

My intention is to provide whole body health care in a relaxed and nurturing environment. The aim as a healthcare practice, is to aid clients towards a greater awareness of what optimal health means to them. Acupuncture and Traditional Medicines have the ability to heal on many levels and the journey towards health is unique for every individual. It is my hope that through education, a supportive environment and an open mind, that every client will find new growth in his or her life.


Jennifer Larsen, R.Ac, D.TCM

jenniferlarsen My studies in Traditional Medicines have included five years of training at Victoria’s International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ICTCM) and the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicince (CCAOM). I was also awarded the opportunity to attend the Tian Jin University Hospital of TCM in Mainland China for an extended internship program. During my training in the hospital, I gained valuable insight and knowledge firsthand from Traditional Chinese Doctors in the departments of Internal Medicine, Gynecology, Pediatrics and Dermatology.

8 years of clinical experience in Acupuncture, Tui Na Massage, Moxibustion, Cupping, Electro-stimulation, Reiki, Acutonics and Shamanic Healing. Post-graduate studies have gained me additional training and certification
in Constitutional Facial Rejuvenation, Masters Degree in Reiki Healing,
Level 2 Acutonics Practitioner, and Shamanic Initiation in the Traditional
Inkan Lineage.

As a Member of Acupuncturists Without Borders, I’ve had the honour of participating in a World Healing Exchange in Oaxaca, Mexico. During this trip, members provided Community Acupuncture clinics to underserved communities in remote locations.

In addition to my formalized education, I have also traveled extensively around the world. Through these travels, I’ve been introduced to a variety of healing modalities as well as various practices of mindfulness and meditation. I have a deep passion for the healing arts and mind-body awareness. I believe in the individual’s innate power and potential to heal. With each treatment, I provide a nurturing, supportive space allowing my clients to explore their healing potential to transform their lives and health. I believe and understand the power of the human spirit, the mind-body connection and the bodies amazing ability to heal. Balancing all aspects of the body, enabling them to work harmoniously together, great healing and balance can be achieved.

A Member of Acupuncturists Without Borders for the past 2 years. Photo from the World Healing Exchange in Oaxaca, Mexico in 2012.







Chelsea Gimby, R.Ac, D.TCM

Chelsea-picChelsea Gimby is a Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist.

Chelsea completed her 4 year Traditional Chinese Medicine Diploma in 2006 from the Canadian Collage of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in Victoria BC. Her training included a 9 month internship in Xian, China where Chelsea focused on Neurology, Internal Medicine, Twina and Acupuncture. In China Chelsea witnessed first hand the power of integrating western and eastern medicine. Chelsea believes that Integrated Medicine is the key to a healthier society.

Her main focus is Classical Chinese Medicine, specializing in the treatment of physical, mental and emotional pain, hormonal imbalances, neurological issues and preventative medicine. Chelsea’s approach is to tailor the treatment to improvement of overall health and well being of the individual, rather than simply treating the presenting illness or symptom.

Chelsea’s scope of practice includes:
Acupuncture and moxabustion, Twina (chinese style massage), Reflexology, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Diet therapy and Qi Gong

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