Aubrey offers an extensive set of acupuncture and bodywork skills developed over many years of professional experience. Her healthcare journey began in 2008, and she has been fortunate to work with many amazing teachers along the way. She started in private practice in 2013 and continues to hone her intuitive style. Aubrey utilizes gentle Japanese Meridian/Channel theory and eight other time-tested theories to work with your internal systems. Over the last 10 years, she has worked with the vagal circuitry, specifically for trauma recovery. Along with acupuncture, she may incorporate sound therapies, journey work, breathwork, herbs, supplements, and gua sha in a session. She is also experienced and comfortable in the use of functional diagnostic labs. She happily collaborates with other doctors to get you the support you need for your unique health situation. Aubrey loves to learn new things, research issues and bring new insight to her patients. At Be Well, Aubrey focuses on women’s health, and more specifically on making high-quality healthcare accessible for Minority communities.
Aubrey is proficient with working with anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal dysfunction, hormone imbalance, adrenal fatigue, stubborn chronic inflammatory conditions, and most notably autoimmune pathologies. In November of 2022, Aubrey achieved board certification in Functional Hyperbaric Medicine. She is excited to work with people in this capacity and will be writing case studies to add to the research base for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy!
Before she became an Acupuncturist, Aubrey practiced for many years as a bodyworker. Her favorite medium to work in is warm water. She studied WATSU (water shiatsu) Waterdance, Healing Dance, and Aquatic Integration with amazing teachers all around the country. These water sessions offer a safe space in which to unravel, journey, and rejuvenate, and they can be quite profound.
Combining therapies in and out of the water, Aubrey has seen truly remarkable results — reduced pain, better sleep, a sense of being seen, deeper self-awareness, and more presence and engagement with everyday life!
She looks forward to meeting you and being a part of your healthcare team!