Liz graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine with a master’s degree in Chinese Medicine, and was the single student selected to go on to complete a Residency at their teaching clinic in Portland, Oregon. During residency, Liz was fortunate to spend time in the clinic with her mentors while working with patients and teaching student interns. Her specialties include classical acupuncture, Japanese style acupuncture, herbal medicine, craniosacral therapy, and qigong.
Experienced in treating a variety of conditions from acute pain to chronic disease, including autoimmune conditions, sports injuries, digestive & gastrointestinal issues, respiratory complaints, skin health and gynecology, Liz loves to work towards finding the roots of these imbalances and address those directly.
Liz’s undergraduate education at Duke University in Art History & Archaeology and field work at excavations still inspire her to attentively and reverently explore the depths of health with her patients and notice connections which when addressed, can lead to lasting relief from symptoms.
When not in the clinic, Liz loves to surf, be near the ocean, dance, see live music, and spend time in community with family and friends.