Dr. Shannon's strongest calling remains aura readings and spiritual counseling. Shannon felt an immediate calling to this work the moment he wandered into the Berkeley Psychic Institute at the age of 19. He has now been doing aura readings for over 30 years, connecting spirit-to-spirit with clients, helping them connect with and utilize their own vast spiritual resources and transformational abilities.
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Jen is a licensed and board certified Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine with over 15 years experience. She has had a fascination for the cultivation of health since her early teens and experimented with many facets of the adventure before settling into Chinese Medicine. She is super enthusiastic to help patients of all ages co-enhance physical, emotional, social and environmental wellbeing, and continues to study many approaches to health care. Using acupuncture, herbs, nourishing traditional diets, exercise therapy, tui na organ and body massage, Holistic Pelvic Care pelvic PT, cupping, gua sha, motor point therapy, moxibustion, electro-stimulation etc, she serves in a general family practice. Through active listening, inter-professional collaboration, strategic diagnosis, treatment planning and lifestyle education, she optimizes self-help tools, builds inter-professional bridges and helps people feel better. Jen’s mission is to provide convenient and cost effective integrative East Asian Medicine to all ages with detectable results.
What if you just felt better?
Jen received her Doctorate from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, her Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine from Touro College in NYC and her BFA from New York University, where she previously worked in film and television. She has received certifications in Zheng Gu Tui Na and Bone Setting (Chinese medical massage and manual therapy), Holistic Pelvic Care (pelvic physical therapy) and has advanced training in the areas of pain, orthopedics, dermatology, pediatrics, allergy and auto-immune disorders, perinatal health, including pre and post natal care, labor preparation and birth assistance, and traditional diets for health and longevity. Jen recently traveled to China, where she studies Daoist medicine with some of the most renowned practitioners internationally. She has additional in-patient hospital experience in the departments of Anesthesia, Oncology, Neuro-Ortho Rehabilitation, General Medicine and Labor and Delivery. She is also a long time practitioner and teacher of yoga, meditation and qi gong and can regularly be found out and about in the neighborhood with her 2 kids, doing cartwheels in a park, hiking anywhere and everywhere, on a paddle board or at home involved in overly ambitious DIY projects, gardening and fermentation experiments.
Dr. Kacy L Borba Spann hails from a big family in a small cow-town on the central coast of California. She studied Community Healthcare at UC Santa Cruz, a major she designed, focusing on social inequities in healthcare and biomedical sciences. A few years later she found herself in Portland, OR for graduate school at the National College of Natural Medicine where she spent time growing, changing, learning, healing and connecting with Naturopathic and Chinese medicine. She thinks that being bipedal is the coolest and likes to be in motion, whether walking, skateboarding, dancing, or hula hooping. Dr. Kacy loves to be nature with her bare feet on the earth near bodies of moving water. When she is with the ocean tides on a full moon she feels the most connected to our creator. She believes there’s no better dessert than a chocolate chip cookie. She strives to find what is to love in each soul she meets! Dr. Kacy enjoys and is able to connect with a variety of folks. She prefers her role as practitioner to be a partnership and realizes healing is a journey with many paths. She is creative, flexible and grounded in her approach to care using many modalities, including: classical acupuncture, non-insertive Japanese acupuncture for pediatric patients, spinal manipulations, fire cupping, bleeding cupping, scar therapy, prolotherapy, bodywork (including cranio-sacral, myofascial release, shiatsu and channel work), post-surgical recovery, and naso-specifics. She uses basic and specialty lab work and imaging to aid in diagnosis and treatment efficacy. Dr. Kacy believes touch is incredibly important to healing and is a hands-on doctor with thorough physical exams and treatment modalities as well as a hug at the end of each visit (if wanted of course). She is constantly re-iterating to her patients that "it's your body, your choice" and will walk your path towards betterment at your pace and without judgement, opting for open honesty over dogmatic doctoring. Many of her patients have admitted that she is the first doctor they actually look forward to seeing! https://www.nccaomdiplomates.com/quercusnaturalhealth
dr. kacy borba spann, ND, LAc and Monicka Koneski, LMT, Somatic Movement & Yoga Teacher to help you heal from your birth trauma. One of the most common responses that we hear from birthing parents who have experienced miscarriage, pregnancy loss, intervention, medical trauma, lack of support or anything else that has caused them to feel traumatized from pregnancy and/or birth is that they feel so alone. We are here to create support around healing from birth trauma. We are here so that you know you are not alone. We are here because we have experienced traumatic births and the residual impact it can have on the postpartum experience as well as any and all other aspects of life. In each Seasonal Workshop will have a different theme utilizing art, movement, writing, meditation, sound healing and community.The Bhakstishop Yoga Center hosts our Seasonal Workshops. Please click the link following link for upcoming workshop and registration information: https://www.
Kailashi is an acupuncturist, an OCOM graduate, and is certified by the NCCAOM in Acupuncture, Oriental Medicine, and Chinese Herbology. She came to love this medicine through her grandfather, an orthopedic surgeon who gave up his surgical practice to begin offering acupuncture to his patients in Indiana in 1986. His drive and passion has been a beacon for Kailashi ever since she decided to follow his footsteps and become a practitioner of this beautiful medicine. She has also felt the breadth of Chinese medicine through her own searches for health. Having been diagnosed with an ulcer at the age of 19 and struggling with PPIs and antibiotics, she finally found relief in acupuncture and Chinese herbs.
Sessions with Kailashi can include acupuncture, herbs, tui na massage, cupping, gua sha, and mayan abdominal massage. She strives to offer unique treatments meeting patients where they are at. While offering a general practice open to all people in all conditions, Kailashi believes that through improving sleep, digestion, and gynecological health, while also easing any symptoms of pain, the body can be freed up to heal itself. Patients will also be given self-care practices to keep the momentum of change going between appointments and to support the maintenance phase.
When not practicing at Portland Family Health, she teaches in OCOM’s herbal medicinary and TA classes in tui na and acupuncture point location. She loves staying connected to the learning environment and the energy of exploration within the field of Chinese Medicine. She also has a daily seated practice and enjoys spending time with her community. In her remaining free time, she can be found at the Sandy River Delta throwing sticks for a lovable labradoodle named Wanda, at the climbing gym, and exploring all that Portland has to offer.