231 New Taipei City

Over the past 15 plus years I have studied various natural therapies, including Thai massage, Qi-Kung, Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine dietary principles, Tibetan Singing Bowls therapy and fasting methods; some more intense than others. Yet I have found a way to integrate them into a way that I can leave my career as a kindergarten teacher. I always knew that I wanted to be working in a career including natural therapies, but I didn’t know which direction to follow.

After my mother was diagnosed with colorectal cancer in 2002, I became more and more interested in the mind-body connection and how our emotions influence our health. The colon sits between the lower two chakras, the root and the sexual chakra. These two respectively govern the will to live and our creativity. When we have lost the will to live and become stressed or pessimistic, we are bound to run into problems of the colon. As a colon hydrotherapist, I welcome all people with different backgrounds.

I believe I have created a place where people feel relaxed, calm and open to share not only the problems they want to address on a physical level, but also on an emotional level. I recognize that each client is at his/her own place regarding health and that I strive to inspire each person to make a small step in the direction of optimal, radiant health.