Hi! I'm Jacqueline
I'm an Acupuncturist, Herbalist + Holistic Fertility Coach. It's my life's work to provide effective, holistic options for my patients so they can lead happier and healthier lives.
What the people have to say
"I think Jacqueline might be a genius... She is passionately well-informed about how the body works, which allows her to treat you confidently and with zero stress. I felt completely cared for and couldn't have tackled my fertility issues without her.
"I came to Jacqueline initially when I was advised by a reproductive endocrinologist to pursue IVF. Through the process, Jacqueline was not only my acupuncturist but also a tremendous source of information and support...Ultimately, the IVF did not work but I got pregnant naturally. I truly credit that to the care that both my husband and I received through acupuncture, the herbs and the diet recommended to me by Jacqueline. Thank you so much! We are so grateful. xo."
"Jacqueline, we want to thank you for helping us achieve our dream. Your treatments, patience, and support were very instrumental throughout my pregnancy."
"This was my first experience with acupuncture and WOW! I was experiencing some intense hand pain and was prepared to have approach the idea of having surgery. After one session...my pain started to disappear. Jacqueline is a miracle worker!!!"
Menstrual cramps + PMS
"I was suffering from chronic menstrual pain and PMS and I could not find a single doctor who could help me with long-term solutions. Jacqueline changed that for me...I really can't believe I spent so many years living like this before I found Jacqueline and started to finally heal my cycle. I feel like a new person."
What's new on the blog
Raspberry leaf, aka Rubus idaeus or Fu Pen Zi in Chinese medicine, happens to be one of the most common herbs I use myself and prescribe to my patients. It is a gentle yet powerful uterine tonic, it is safe in pregnancy, and when brewed as tea or an herbal infusion it's a good source of dissolved minerals.
If you are trying to conceive, starting to chart your cycle, or if you just want a better understanding of the changes your body undergoes each month, understanding the 4 main phases of the menstrual cycle is a good place to start. Unfortunately there is a ton of confusion about these phases, when they happen, and what each means, especially for women with irregular cycles. But I'm here to break it all down for you!
Many of my patients have heard about eating an anti-inflammatory diet a thousand times over, but few actually understand which foods to eat, which to avoid, the benefits of eating anti-inflammatory foods, and which conditions it works best for.