Kaylie Kenny R. Ac
Kaylie graduated with her Acupuncture license from the Kootenay Columbia College of Integrative Health Sciences. In Kaylie’s practice she has gained valuable experience treating various conditions with Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques and Acupuncture including acute and chronic pain and injury, neurologic and musculoskeletal disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, hormonal related issues for women, sports injuries, mental-emotional imbalances including anxiety and depression, sleep disorders and insomnia, nausea, migraine headaches and more. In addition to needling, Kaylie uses cupping, guasha, tuina massage, and acupressure massage to provide a more optimal and well-rounded treatment as well as treating the body as a whole using nutrition and lifestyle changes to promote overall wellness and better lasting results. Recently, she has taken a special interest in cosmetic acupuncture, and has received her certificate for Acu-Sculpting. Kaylie is a big believer in the power of knowledge and is always continuing to learn new techniques. Kaylie was born and raised in Nova Scotia before moving west. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, hiking, paddle-boarding, camping and being by the ocean.