Nutrition Therapy

Nutrition therapy is a natural approach to healing chronic health conditions that uses the foundation of eating a properly prepared, whole foods diet alongside hands-on evaluation of the body to get a sense of strengths and weaknesses of various internal organs.


Cupping creates a strong upward suction force on the skin, pulling stored toxins to the surface and releasing adhesions in soft tissue, helping to reduce pain.


Moxa warms and increases ki flow through a meridian, improving circulation in cold hands and feet, easing menstrual and muscle cramps, and improving weak digestion.

East Asian Bodywork

Courtney combines the East Asian bodywork techniques of acupressure, tui na (Chinese medical massage), and quantum shiatsu to direct the flow of ki energy through the meridians, minimize pain levels, and increase overall sense of wellbeing.

Chinese Herbal Medicine


Conditions Treated

  • Back, Joint, Arthritis Pain
  • Headaches
  • IBS, Constipation, Diarrhea
  • Anxiety, Depression and Trauma
  • Menstrual Irregularities
  • Cramps
  • Autoimmune Conditions
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Weight Loss
  • Chronic Sinus Infections

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Free New Client 15 Minute Phone Consult
15 minute phone consultation to discuss prospective bodywork or nutrition therapy treatment and answer any questions


Initial bodywork appt (90 mins)
First appointment to include 30 minutes of consultation and assessment time plus a 60 minute treatment session. Total appointment time 1 hour 30 min


Initial nutrition therapy appt (120 mins)
Initial nutrition therapy appointment to include an initial interview, nutritional assessment questionnaire, food journal evaluation and functional evaluation of the body


60 min follow-up (bodywork/nutrition) appt
60 minutes of therapeutic bodywork or nutrition therapy


30 min follow-up (bodywork/nutrition) appt
30 minutes of therapeutic bodywork or nutrition therapy

About Ki To Health

Meet Courtney

Courtney brings a practical, problem-solving oriented approach to her bodywork while approaching each client from a mind-body, intuition-centered perspective.

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Recent Posts

The Fascia Blaster – Miracle Tool or Just Another Fitness Gadget? - There are rare moments when I get the exact same question from multiple clients, and it always surprises me which gadgets or topics are getting lots of attention from the media, fitness gurus and forums, social media and other news sources. I personally had never heard of the Fascia Blaster (maybe that shows how disconnected …
Which Protein Powder Should I Choose? - Summer is here, and I thought I would address a question I was recently asked by a client looking to make more smoothies/protein shakes as the weather heats up. She wanted to know which protein powder is best. As with all nutritional supplements, in the protein powder world, there are good powders and bad powders, …
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