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Dry Plants


Laurie received her Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City. Her degree incorporates the use of acupuncture, moxibustion and cupping. Additionally, she holds a Degree in Chinese Herbal Medicine from White Crane Academy. She has also done further study in Women’s Health/Fertility and Cosmetic Acupuncture.


 Laurie has helped patients with a variety of aspects of health, including psycho-emotional issues, women’s health, and addiction. 


The Still Room

A still room was originally a room off of the kitchen in a house where herbs were dried, medicinals were made for the family, and even alcohol was distilled. As modern medicine developed, homes had less need for the medicinal aspect, and instead went to their local apothecary or pharmacy. That with the ease of a grocery store to collect herbs made a still room unnecessary.

A movement in recent years has sparked a desire to return to these older traditions. Using herbs and tinctures to support health is a preferred way for many people to develop their own health prevention and and wellness practices.


There is a second meaning behind the still room which is also about finding ways to generate stillness with so many people experiencing such busy lifestyles.  


Through holistic treatments to wellness workshops, The Still Room is here to support and educate you on your journey to awaken your inner stillness. 

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