In this episode, I sat down with Erin Borbet, to talk about Traditional Chinese Medicine and a five-element perspective on what’s happening in the collective. How is this time of purging fear and anxiety both individually and collectively affecting our meridians, bodies and minds?
Erin holds her Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine, is a Licensed Acupuncturist, Board Certified in Chinese Herbal Medicine, a DONA Trained Labor Doula, Certified Nosara Yoga Instructor and eternal student of the healing arts. In addition to her seven years running a busy acupuncture clinic in New York City (Grow Wellness Acupuncture, NYC), she has additional clinical experience working in renowned hospitals such as NYU Medical Center (NYC, NY), the VA Hospital (NYC, NY), The Berkley Center for Reproductive Wellness (NYC), Zhejiang Hospital (Hangzhou, China), Planned Parenthood (San Diego, CA) and Lutheran Medical Center (Brooklyn, NY).
She uses her fifteen years of clinical experience to provide her clients with a comprehensive holistic health strategy specific to individual needs and goals, and always in alignment with other care providers. It is her belief that true and lasting healing must integrate emotional and spiritual aspects, which she addresses via consistent communication (by phone, in person and email).
Erin helps women unlock their vibrant health potential using acupuncture, custom botanicals, constitutional nutrition, stress management tools and intuitive life coaching. She has particular expertise and additional training in the fields of Infertility, Hormonal Imbalance, Sports Medicine and Chronic Childhood concerns. Erin currently lives in a small town in the Teton Mountains outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming with her husband and three children.