Sharon Yeung MS, L.Ac., Doula
Founder of Five Seasons Healing
Wesleyan University, Middletown CT
Touro College, New York NY
Shanghai Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shanghai China
Nanjing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nanjing China
Xiangtan Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xiangtan China
Department of Labor and Delivery, NYU Langone/Lutheran Medical Center, Brooklyn NY
Sa’am Acupuncture: Toby Daly
Engaging Vitality: Dan Bensky, Chip Chase, Marguerite Dinkins
Balance Method: Dr. Tan
Pediatric Department, Nanjing TCM Hospital: Dr. Yin, Dr. Wang
Dr. Debra Betts
Dr. Claudia Citkovitz
Dona International Doula Certification
Japanese Pediatric Acupuncture: Shonishin
Jessica Parks, MSTOM, L.Ac., Doula
Jessica Parks is a NY state licensed and board-certified acupuncturist. She believes healing isn’t something that can be done for you but rather a path one travels, occasionally traversing difficult terrain wherein support is a helping hand. Jessica meets her patients where they are and sees her role as a support person who can help to illuminate the way in times of darkness and difficulty.
After working as a professional dancer in NYC for over a decade, Jessica’s belief in the mind-body-spirit connection, fascination with anatomy, and keen interest in helping others to navigate their journeys led her to pursue a career in Chinese Medicine. She earned her Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.
Clinical experience includes assisting women through pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period as a birth doula, and providing acupuncture support in the Labor & Delivery department at NYU’s Lutheran medical center. Jessica specializes in women’s health, perinatal support and fertility, acute and chronic pain management, digestive issues, anxiety, and facial rejuvenation techniques.
Jessica is a lifelong yogi and yoga instructor as well as an outdoors enthusiast. On her off-time you can find her online teaching anatomy to aspiring yoga instructors or in Brooklyn having dance parties with her husband and son.
Jayne is a second year student of Chinese Medicine working on her Masters degree at Pacific College of Health & Science in Manhattan. While she has always been interested in science and the human body, Jayne first found her way to the field while battling chronic Lyme Disease and realized what a lifesaver Chinese Medicine can be. Jayne is thrilled to be learning all the ins and outs of Chinese Medicine, and can’t wait to be able to help others heal. When not studying, Jayne loves to be outside, spend time with her family, read fiction, and draw.