RAc Registered Acupuncturist (*CTCMA BC)
R.H.A. Registered Holistic Allergist
True health is more than just not feeling sick. It means that you are functioning at you highest level. Your body is in balance, your mind is alert and your spirit is calm. You have the energy you need to get the most out of each and every day. Every aspect of your body, mind, and spirit, is strong and balanced. Acupuncture treatments can help you achieve and maintain this level of wellness. ~ Wendy Lind
Wendy Lind has been a practitioner and participant in the health and wellness industry for over thirty years.
After suffering an accumulation of sports injuries over the years, Wendy could no longer run or ski. She discovered the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) and Acupuncture, first hand. A series of treatments changed her entire outlook on health and gave her back the ability to enjoy an active lifestyle once again. It also set her on a new path in life.
Wendy graduated from the Oshio College of Herbology and Acupuncture in Victoria, BC in 2005 after completing an intensive four year training program. She has pursued additional specialties in acupuncture from the MeiZen Acupuncture System in Colorado and with Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, one of the world’s leading proponents of facial renewal techniques.
Her love for sport and athletics has lead her to pursue additional training from Whitfield Reeves of Boulder Colorado for sports Injuries and Pain Management Techniques. She has enhanced these treatments with further education in Laser Acupuncture and Auricular Medicine. These three tools make for quick results restoring you to your active lifestyle.
Wendy’s history as a fitness trainer and health professional give her a unique insight into the physical and emotional demands placed on us every day. She has done extensive work with chronic pain patients and with Professional Athletes who have sustained sports related injuries.
Wendy’s accumulation of training and experience enable her to help her clients establish the necessary balance in life for active and healthy living.
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*Note: The College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncturists (CTCMA) is the official professional licensing authority established in 1996 by the Government of BC to regulate the practice of TCM and acupuncture in BC. As of 2003, a valid registration (professional license) issued by the CTCMA is required in order to practice Acupuncture in BC.