Jenny Crissman is a licensed Acupuncturist, Herbalist and Nutritionist. She began her career as a health care provider in 1984 after completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. She completed her masters program and clinical training in Chinese Medicine at The Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences, Oakland, CA in 2003. Her beliefs on healing are rooted in education, prevention and treatment that will support ongoing wellness. She will integrate therapies and referrals, as needed, to facilitate the healing of her clients. In herprivate practice her areas of special interest include:
- Fertility and Hormone Balancing: PMS, PCOS, Menopause
- Digestive Imbalances: SIBO, IBS, Ulcerative Colitis, Candida
- Stress Reduction with Energy Enhancement
- Pain reduction with acute and chronic symptoms
- Sports injury
- Migraine Headaches
- Depression and Anxiety Reduction
- Labor Assistance
During a given treatment she may choose to use acupuncture, herbal formulas, dietary recommendations, nutritional supplements, cupping, moxabustion and exercise suggestions to facilitate healing and balance. She always applies an integrative approach to health maintenance and prevention of disease drawing from her broad spectrum of knowledge and experience.
She remains committed to creating wellness through continued self and patient education!
Sarah "Sunny" Linvill is a licensed acupuncturist and doula. She began her work as a birth professional while completing her BA in Ecology on an island in Maine in 1997. Introduced to and inspired by Chinese Medicine, Sarah returned home to the Bay Area and earned her master's degree from the Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences in 2002.
Sarah has a certificate in acupuncture sports medicine and specializes in pain management, athletic performance and orthopedics. She continues her work as a doula, embracing clients and their families through the different stages of fertility treatment, prenatal care, birth and postpartum. Sarah values collaborating with her clients on their healthy lives and choices.
With the love of herbs and ornamental plants, Sarah finds her creative outlet in the garden. Ask her about plants! She is the parent of two teens and is active in the LGBTQ community and promoting access to health care. Sarah (Sunny as she's called at the nursery) incorporates the old and new in her practice. While constantly looking to classic eastern philosophy (intrinsic to the medicine), she also brings functional medicine to acupuncture and bodywork. Sarah is committed to cultivating wellness, mindset, and long - happy- strong lives.