Acupuncture removes the blockages in the meridian system, helps the body to heal and to restore balance. When there is circulation and flow the pain will disappear.Read more
Through suction, the skin is gently drawn upwards by creating a vacuum in a cup over the skin. This helps all kinds of muscle pain and gives flow and energy to the meridians.Read more
Tui Na is Chinese massage. Using acupressure and various grips Tui Na massages, manipulates and activates the muscles and the meridian system.Read more
Gua Sha is an ancient technique, where you scrape across the skin. It relieves muscle pain, opens blockages and stimulates blood flow and healing.Read more
I am a trained acupuncturist in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tui Na massage therapist and certified NADA practitioner. With a background as a professional dancer, I have a personal and profound knowledge of the physiology of the body.
My specialty is stress, anxiety, insomnia and muscular disorders. Attention and presence is very important in the interview and in my work the patient. I always do a full diagnostic consultation asking questions about your medical history including all aspects of your health and wellbeing.
The full Chinese diagnosis is essential to give you the best possible treatment. In addition to my work in the clinic , I have been a student counselor and supervisor of the Academy of Acupuncture in Copenhagen for many years. I was a teacher at Gl. Kongevej Acupuncture School and currently at the Nordic Education of Acupuncture.
Acupuncture helped me to cope with the anxiety of flying.
Traveling by plane was a common thing for me, because I moved to Denmark 5 years ago and often visit my family back home. However, during some of the last flights I had, I experienced emotional and even physical anxiety. I was very worried in my mind about the flight in relation to death and losing the people I love, also experienced palpitatons, could not control myself and almost had a panic attack. I knew that soon I need to have an international flight (for the first time), therefore I decided to try acupuncture to make me feel better.
After a few sessions at Shenmen Akupunktur, which took a month, I took a flight from Copenhagen to Toronto. I felt much better physically, my body was not so intense, I had a normal heart rate and I could control myself. However, I was still a bit worried in my mind, but believe it takes a longer time to change through practice of putting yourself in situations you are afraid of and not trying to avoid them.