Carol D. King, L.Ac., CMT, RYT-500

Carol is the owner of Sea of Light Wellness and Acupuncture, Inc. and is a Licensed Acupuncturist, Certified Massage and Craniosacral Therapist and Yoga Teacher with 500 Registered hours with the Yoga Alliance.  Carol has over 20 years of experience in the healthcare field from pharmaceutical research to didactic and hospital training as a physician in both Western and Eastern Medicine.  She speaks English and conversational Spanish.  

 

She has a strong foundation in anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, herbs, vitamins, supplements and nutrition, which she draws upon in all of her sessions.  She uses her yoga background for private instruction and application to patient empowerment and education.  Carol has an infectious passion for healthy lifestyles, mental wellbeing and taking action to improve the health of the planet (and it's organisms).  

 

Carol graduated Summa Cum Laude in receiving her Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine from Dongguk University in 2018 and received further training at Dongzhimen and Tongren Hospitals in Beijing, China and Zhejiang Hospital in Hangzhou, China.  She also received Western Medical training in Cranial Osteopathy and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine from 2004-2008.  She has furthered her Craniosacral training with the Upledger Institute and is an Advanced practitioner with Somato Emotional Release Technique.  Carol started yoga in 1999 and it solidified as her life path when she discovered Anusara Yoga in 2003.  She studied yoga in Los Angeles at City Yoga, The Center for Yoga (now Yoga Works) and with Noah Maze.

She is also a Vipassana meditator in the S.N. Goenka tradition, which she first experienced in 2009.  She has run 2 marathons and 1 triathlon.  She currently loves spending her free time at Sweat Lodges, Hot Springs, singing Kirtan, immersed in music, traveling, reading, playing with herbs and plants and hiking with her dog Oliver.  

Monica Kim is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Owner of Dao Acupuncture & Wellness. She is a specialist in reproductive wellness, stress reduction, and pain management. She received her Bachelors Degree from the University of California, San Diego with a concentration in Spanish Literature and General Biology. 

 

During her undergraduate career, she went on a relief mission trip to Sri Lanka after the tsunami took the homes of many people. Seeing so many people who could not afford basic medical attention broke her heart. Even though she went to the country to help these people, she couldn't help but feel like what she was doing was not enough. When she came back to the states, she decided that she needed to find a career that could help all people in every walk of life. 

 

After she graduated from UCSD, she graduated cum laude from Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCUHS) where she received her Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Upon graduating, she received the San Hong Hwang Award for outstanding patient care. She has a deep passion for helping families achieve their dream of having a family. She is a Fellow for the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine, a specialty board for holistic fertility care. She loves working with people to help them rehabilitate from acute and chronic pain. 

 

Monica believes that many of the diseases that one encounters are a result of mental and emotional trauma. By bringing the body and mind to a state of balance, then one begins to heal without the use of prescription medication or invasive methods. 

Monica Kim, L.Ac., FABORM
Janet Sau Sum Cho, L.Ac.

Janet Cho L.Ac. grew up in Hong Kong and California.

She graduated from DULA in 2018 with Master in Oriental Medicine (Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine), and interned at Dongzhimen Hospital of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine to gain hands-on experience from China, the heartland of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

She specializes in a facial acupuncture style that also treats the body as a whole. Just like a tree, we can't expect beautiful flowers blossoming on top, without taking care of the rotten roots.

Her passion for herbal medicine comes from tasting her mom's homemade herb-infused soup and dishes daily growing up. She understands the power of herbs and strives to bring the benefits of herbs into daily American cooking.

Maeghan Gershey, CMT

Maeghan brings over 10 years of experience to her massage practice. Since 2007 she has worked on hundreds of people, developing an intuitive and dynamic style of massage therapy, with a foundation in Swedish massage and Myofascial Release (John F. Barnes method). 

Her massage education started at the Swedish Institute in New York City with over 1200 hours of hands-on training, plus studies in anatomy and physiology. She has continued her education with classes and seminars, and loves bringing new techniques and modalities into her practice. Maeghan is also a Reiki practitioner, and offers stand-alone Reiki sessions, as well as combines Reiki work with massage sessions.

You can find more information about Maeghan, or book an appointment, at her website, brightlotusmassage.com, or by contacting her at (323) 449-1329.

Rashied Jibri, PhD, Sound Healing Practitioner

Rashied Jibri, PhD, is a Sound Healing Practitioner through the use of Tibetan singing bowls. He specializes in chakra balancing and Shakti – Shiva breathwork.  He has been working in the alternative healing field for fifty years. He is also a Certified Teacher of Transcendental Meditation. 

Rashied Jibri has a Doctorate in Transpersonal Counseling and is a member of the Association of Metaphysical Doctors. 

What is Sound Healing?

Sound is the language of creation. Sound healing has been used since ancient times and is now being widely recognized as a valid form of therapy by the modern-day scientific and medical community. Sound is energy in motion. Everything is energy and each object vibrates at its own frequency and therefore has its own unique sound.  Every cell in our body has its own unique sound and the well-being of our body is all about harmony. Illness is simply an experience of disharmony. The sound produced by the Tibetan singing bowls permeates our very beings facilitating not only harmony throughout our body and mind but also expands our consciousness. 

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