Alannahs philosophy to health is aligned with a trauma informed and holistic approach.
She is a dedicated guide and student of the yoga tradition and registered massage therapist. Recently she has begun studying with the Tzu Chi International School of Traditional Chinese Medicine with intention on completing the Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine diploma, a 5-year comprehensive program. Through working one on one with clients challenged by chronic pain, mental health, and physical rehabilitation, she has observed the positive impact a holistic and integrative approach can aid in establishing a mind-body connection and healing.
Alannah holds space by facilitating a safe and welcoming environment and hopes to empower others to reclaim their innate ability to self heal through holistic practices. She is driven by her passion to seek ancient wisdom and learn what it truly means to embody the experience of heart centered living.
Currently practicing, living and learning within the unceded traditional territory of the Kwakwaka‘wakw First Nation, she feels incredibly grateful to be surrounded by the beauty the north island offers and is very much looking forward to sharing time together and gathering in community.
Alannah hopes to empower clients with resources to encourage more proactive and preventative measures in managing their pain and ailments. Her intention in creating online courses is to bring accessible, educational content to better support clients with self-care practices at home.