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Inviting in love once and for all
I'm an acupuncturist-turned-dating and love coach. While working as a clinician, I would treat women complaining of anxiety, headaches, IBS, migraines, neck, shoulder, and back pain, insomnia, fatigue and more. What I discovered was the intensity of their symptoms was often directly related to what was happening in their relationships!
While alleviating symptoms is certainly helpful, the core transformation these clients needed was up-leveling their dating and relationship lives. I began developing the Inviting in Love program to incorporate all of my extensive training and experience in energy medicine to coach clients on how to attract and create extraordinary relationships.
This unique approach incorporates personalized dating strategies for each of my clients' unique physical, mental, and emotional needs. Calling in a love that lasts requires optimization of the mind, body, and spirit. And it requires some inside knowledge about how men think!
Being a man in my late 30's allows me to bring the added element of feedback about communication and desires can land on men. This provides a missing element to goddess work. All the inner work doesn't matter if it can't be communicated in a way that is an invitation for Mr. Right to receive.
I earned my Bachelors (BA) in Anthropology from Stanford University and my Masters (MSTOM) in Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.
I've been the head acupuncturist at Canyon Ranch Miami Beach, a mindfulness and meditation instructor at Scripps Center for Executive Health, and a former clinic supervisor and professor of acupuncture at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago. I've written Unlearning Stress and I'm the voice of the Pleasure Points Podcast. And, in perhaps my greatest accomplishment, I got the lovely woman next to me to say 'yes' for a lifetime of adventures together!
Thank you so much for stopping by. Dating and opening up to love can be scary. You don't have to do it alone anymore. I'm here to help.