Thalia grew up in Banff and is passionate about exploring the outdoor environment as well as the internal environment of the body. This led her to study Traditional Chinese Medicine acupuncture where she graduated from Pacific Rim College in 2017. She uses acupuncture, massage, cupping and gua sha to restore the body’s innate intelligence to heal itself and sustain health and harmony. What attracted Thalia to Chinese Medicine was its holistic nature in that it treats the body, mind and spirit. Everything is connected and she is interested in finding and treating the root of health problems. Thalia has experience treating digestive problems, menstrual disorders, chronic and acute pain in the body, stress, anxiety and depression, as well as helping women with their health through pregnancy. Thalia also practices acu-sculpting cosmetic acupuncture which can help firm, lift, tighten and shape the skin on the face and body, targeting cellulite and sagging skin as well as facial rejuvenation.