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“I inspire and guide my patients to. . .

  • Come into cooperation with nourishing routines and rhythms.

  • To attune to seasonal transitions.

  • To believe healing is available.

  • To explore authenticity, creativity, passion, and purpose.

  • To honour the importance of rest, meditation, gratitude, and play.”

Hayley Stobbs, R.Ac., CNC, is a registered acupuncturist and certified nutritional consultant. Hayley’s personal introduction to Chinese medicine and nutrition began at the age of eight years old. Health challenges at a young age gifted her with a sense of empowerment and empathy, which inspired her passion for wellness. The well-care at the heart of Chinese medicine and her love for helping others lead her to study acupuncture. 

Chinese medicine focuses on strengthening the body-mind’s natural intelligence and ability to heal through the gentle support and guidance of acupuncture, diet, and lifestyle.

Hayley gently guides each patient towards achieving health goals through attentive listening, skillful needling, and a compassionate heart. She believes that customized diet and lifestyle routines along with deep relaxation treatments can profoundly awaken one’s innate ability to heal. Treatments include acupuncture, cupping, gua sha, acupressure, moxibustion, food as medicine, and self-care recommendations. Complementary modalities assist in improving circulation, hormone and nervous system balance, detoxification, and nutrient assimilation. 

Hayley’s special interests include menstrual irregularities, fertility and pregnancy, menopause, thyroid and adrenal health, muscle tension, migraines, stress, anxiety, insomnia, allergies, and digestive health. Quality treatments are nurtured via ongoing continuing acupuncture education.

Continuing Education:
TCM for Women's Health and Fertility: Dr. Martha Lucas, December 2014
Chinese Dietary Therapy: Gillian Marsollier, February 2018
Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture System: Dr. Martha Lucas, April 2018

Disclaimer
Hayley Stobbs shares general Chinese medicine, nutrition, and health information solely for informational purposes of the reader. The contents displayed are not intended to offer individual medical advise, diagnosis or treatment. Information by the blog author is not a substitute for medical care and if you have any specific questions about any medical matter you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider first and foremost.