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meet tori

Tori is an acupuncturist, herbalist and BodyTalk practitioner who focuses on tapping into the mind-body connection for better health.

She holds a Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (MATCM) from Yo San University, where she was certified in Orthopedic Care. She also has a background in movement, dance and Pilates, which informs her understanding of physiology and functional alignment. She is particularly interested in using the mind-body connection to treat both acute symptoms and underlying causes of pain and illness. Put simply: acknowledging the spectrum of variables surrounding an illness allows your body to heal faster—and she can help you do it.

Tori works with a variety of modalities, including acupuncture and cupping, Chinese herbal medicine, osteopathic manipulations, and the BodyTalk System, in which she has been certified since 2010. She moves fluidly among modalities to tailor each appointment to her patient’s particular needs, so no two sessions are quite alike. She takes a practical, integrative approach to healthcare, and advocates for sustainable lifestyle adjustments to help you improve your quality of life.

She is a graduate of Wesleyan University (BA, 2008) and has done graduate work at both the CUNY Graduate Center and the University of Southern California.

offerings

Intuitive Reading and Guidance Session

Need clarity and guidance?  A reading is recommended if you feel stuck, uncertain, or alone in navigating through particular short term scenarios or longer term transitions such as relationships, living situations, career changes, family, or health issues.

Remote Energy Healing Session

A remote healing helps to remove energetic blockages, outdated programs, cords, and attachments and to open energy channels promoting the flow of life force through your body.  This work aids in restoring emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual well-being and helps align you with your true nature and highest self.