Originally from Quebec, acupuncturist Roseline obtained in 2012 a Master’s Degree in Music Performance and was pursuing an opera career in Montreal, Toronto and Europe before her studies in Acupuncture. In 2015, after five months living and auditioning in Germany, she realized something was missing in her life. She wrapped up her things and returned to Canada. In the search of fulfilling a bigger mission in life, she decided to go back to school, moved to Toronto and started studying Chinese Medicine. She graduated from Eight Branches Academy of Eastern Medicine with a Diploma of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Starting in the fall, Roseline will be teaching "Traditional Dietary Therapy & Modern Nutrition" at Eight Branches Academy of Eastern Medicine.

This enthusiastic acupuncturist has been exploring ancient medicine and energy healing therapies for many years. Along with acupuncture, Roseline practices cupping, electrical-stimulation, Tuina and Shiatsu.

Her passion for natural healing is enhanced by her acute intuition. She loves empowering others to take control over their own health. Her great curiosity and creativity allow her to combine Medicine and Music, which in Chinese language is almost the same character. She is very interested in treating trauma, anxiety, depression, fertility, women’s health as well as chronic diseases, and is looking forward to helping you achieve your health goals.

What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture is the insertion of fine needles into your body's surface. A practiced acupuncturist causes little or no pain at all on insertion, because the needles are so fine and need to be inserted only a very minute amount. Also, the needles are solid (not hollow like hypodermic needles) and so they can bypass surface skin receptors. You may feel a slight pinch or a dull ache at some points, but the sensation should not be uncomfortable for more than a brief moment before the needle feels completely normal, and possibly even quite invigorating.

At Yellow Gazebo Natural Health Care, you are treated with only the best, sterilized needles, which are used just once and then are disposed of in accordance with the Clean Needle Technique (CNT).

Acupuncture can help reduce symptoms of almost any condition that does not require antibiotics or surgery.