Ally is a Licensed Acupuncturist, herbalist, educator, and labor & postpartum doula. She started tending Little Ones in her teens and saw the impact that compassionate, hands-on care could make on growing families.
Endlessly curious, she is an avid reader & researcher and can often be found researching treatment strategies, reading new and old perspectives on East Asian Medicine, and learning how to better serve and empower her patients.
In addition to tending families in bloom, Ally has managed & consulted for Acupuncture practices in bloom. She has worked in thriving community & one-on-one Acupuncture clinics, where she streamlined clerical processes, improved communication channels, and enhanced the patient and practitioner experience.
She is an enthusiastic outdoorsperson & previously worked as an outdoor educator in the woods and farms of Maryland.
Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley
Ally graduated with her Masters of Science from AIMC Berkeley in April 2021. She studied Traditional Chinese Medicine with a focus on Herbal Medicine & Reproductive Health.
Maryland University of Integrative Health
Ally began her Acupuncture training at MUIH studying Worsley Five Element Acupuncture & Classical Chinese Medicine. She applies the gentle techniques & treatment style of J.R. Worsley in all of her treatments.
Ally earned a Bachelor of Arts in Geography in 2013. Her studies focused on the nexus of human geography, environmental studies, political power, and movements for justice.