I'm available at this clinic: Maisonneuve Rosemont
Trained in Vietnamese Martial Arts by the Song Long Khien Duong School, one of the mottos is "You cannot hope to grow if you are not ready to change". My career is the result of a long personal journey that has led to changes in my lifestyle, my vision of the world, and my vocation. At the age of 20, it was the discovery of qigong that made me want to learn acupuncture and the art of needles.
When I left Paris in my early twenties, I began studying traditional Chinese medicine at the École de La Cour Jaune in Marseille.
At 30, after obtaining my black belt in Viet Vo Dao, I decided to lead qigong workshops according to the seasons. A few years later, the opportunity to move to Asia allowed me to go to the source of traditional teachings.
As soon as I entered the clinic, I decided to train myself in the Balance System acupuncture of Dr Richard Teh-Fu Tan, a “meridian” approach to acupuncture (channel theory based acupuncture) which finds its origins in the classic texts and which was put aside during the Cultural Revolution in China. This both traditional and innovative method transformed my vision and my practice of acupuncture.Today, I continue to study the Balance Method with great enthusiasm. Pain, stress-related issues, anxiety, insomnia, seasonal allergies and female disorders are at the heart of my private clinical practice today. I am at the same time a member of the Social Acupuncture Committee of the Association des Acupuncteurs du Québec (AAQ) with the aim of promoting the development of social acupuncture in Quebec and I regularly supervise the NADA “anti-stress” student clinics of the Rosemont College.