Dr. Sara Kinnon

Naturopathic Physician
Dr. Sara Kinnon is a licensed naturopathic physician practising at Bellevue Natural Health Clinic, in West Vancouver, BC. Dr. Kinnon received her degree in Naturopathic Medicine from North America’s most esteemed naturopathic medical school, Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of British Columbia.

Laurel Aasen, MCP, RCC

Laurel tailors her approach across a range of modalities (e.g. discussion, music, play, nature walks) and has supported individuals living with: physical disabilities, chronic pain, developmental disabilities, autism, and FASD. Her specialties include: anxiety management, depression, stress inoculation, grief and bereavement, relationship issues, and exploring authentic selves.

Linda Everett

Registered Massage Therapist
Bio Coming Soon!

Sin Ming Poon

Acupuncturist & Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Sin Ming Poon’s practice combines Acupuncture, TCM herbal formulas and Qigong Healing. This is a unique treatment to align body, mind and spirit. Balancing the yin and yang in all aspects. She has been practicing in this field for over ten years.

She helps people who are suffering from all physical pain (neck, shoulder, lower back, knee, elbow, wrist), sports injury, emotional problems, insomnia, digestive system issues, PMS, sinus, migraine, eyes issues & TMJ disorders. Sin Ming also offers cosmetic and rejuvenation facial acupuncture treatment which combines balancing the inside of the body.

Professor Chen

Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Professor Chen is a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) who is registered in the United Kingdom, in China, and he is an R.TCM.P here in British Columbia, Canada. After graduating from the University of Chinese Medicine in China, he continued his quest for knowledge by practicing at a local TCM Hospital as an internal medicine doctor under the guidance of the renowned TCM professor Shouli Yue. There, he expanded his clinical and teaching abilities in both acupuncture and herbal medicine, which allowed him to join the Chinese Acupuncture Association and work as a professor of the Chinese Acupuncture & Tuina Association (CATA).

Pin It on Pinterest