From a young age I was fascinated with health, medicine and the human body. One of my first jobs was working in a women’s health clinic. My interest in Chinese Medicine started at the age of 21 when I came down with Bell’s Palsy. With only two acupuncture treatments and some Chinese herbs the Bell’s Palsy was gone. This introduction to acupuncture and herbs spawned my interest in integrating women’s health with Chinese Medicine. More recently, I was able to overcome ovarian cysts and have a healthy pregnancy and baby using acupuncture and Chinese herbs. My responsibility as a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner is to help patients achieve their goals by meeting them at their comfort level. I take the time to get to know each patient and then design treatment plans that move them through their journey to better health. Like any other path in life, personal health is a practice. Initiating this practice begins by taking small steps every day. I am a California licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, and a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine. I also hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of San Francisco. I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Masters Degree from Emperors College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2007 and opened a successful acupuncture practice in San Diego. I have also interned with some of the top fertility practitioners in California. A native of San Francisco, being closer to family was the main reason for my relocation back to the Bay Area. A new resident of Santa Rosa, I am committed to providing compassionate quality healthcare to people in Sonoma County.
Natasha Lane is currently a clinical supervisor at the Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College in Berkeley, CA and has served in clinical education for over a decade. She has traveled extensively in Asia and feels blessed to have had the unique opportunity to study with some of Asia’s foremost practitioners. Her post- graduate studies include several clinical internships at the Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and herbal studies at the renowned Tong Ren Tang Hospital. In China, she gained clinical experience in treating neurological disorders such as stroke, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s diseases, and other age-related conditions: cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and cancer. She specializes in the treatment of these chronic diseases and is dedicated to promoting healthy aging and longevity with her patients. Drawing from traditional and contemporary medical knowledge and science, her integrative medicine approach focuses on prevention, and remedial treatment by addressing mind, body and spirit. Natasha has a passion for photographing Asian medicinal plants and is currently compiling them for a book. She studies ikebana and enjoys meditating and practicing medical Qi Gong in beautiful gardens.