About

Rondi Nunn, L.Ac. RYT 200

Hello There! Thank you for your interest in traditional medicine.

As an acupuncturist, I am first and foremost a healthcare provider.   My primary focus is understanding patient’s medical, health, and wellness goals, and from there finding clinical and lifestyle solutions. 

In addition to clinical treatments, we will utilize stress management techniques, diet shifts, accessible exercise/movement options, and meditation/breath work. 

Over the years (over 12 of those in the world of bodywork and holistic medicine), I’ve re-trained myself to make more healthy lifestyle choices, and have learned how to help others do the same. 

I will meet you where you are today, together we can look at your goals and objectives. Whether you want your knee to feel better, or you want to develop a new relationship with food, we can work together to figure out what that looks like for you. 

In case you are curious, becoming an acupuncturist requires a bachelors degree, and the completion of a 4 year master’s in science program. The knowledge acquired includes both Western medicine theory and clinical knowledge, as well as extensive anatomy & physiology, Eastern medical and philosophical knowledge, the learning of a huge herbal pharmacopoeia (over 450 plant medicines), energetic medicine and physical medicine. 

I am also an extensively trained massage therapist, yoga instructor, and life-long meditator.

I enjoy spending time with friends and family, good food, regular exercise, travel and learning! I am extremely fortunate to have found my passion in life early, and am dedicated to my personal and professional growth.

I truly look forward to assisting anyone on their path, without you, the patient, I can’t learn! 

Yours in health and wellness,
Rondi

Credentials/Formal training
National certifications in Acupuncture, Oriental medicine and Herbal medicine
Acupuncture licensure in 2 states
National Yoga Alliance 200 hour certified
Various Massage therapy program certifications
Master’s of Science in Oriental Medicine
BA in Communication studies

Additional areas of clinical training
Functional whole food nutrition
Community and outreach acupuncture 
PTSD/Trauma 
Pediatrics
PranaVinyasa yoga certified instructor
Accessible yoga 
Meditation
Yoga Nidra Level II certification
Dr. Tung method for treating pain
Auto-immune disorders of the nervous system ( M.S., Stroke, Epilepsy)
Bodywork certification from the Institute for Psycho-Structural Balance

Clinical areas of treatment
Acupuncture medicine addresses the entire mind/body as one system, and therefore many illnesses or imbalances can be positively affected. Here are some common clinical areas of treatment:
Stress
General Wellness
Discomfort/Pain
Anxiety/Depression
Recent or past injury
Chronic illness
System imbalance such as:
Digestive discomfort/irregularity
Circulatory/cardiac
Respiratory
Reproductive

If you are seeking information or education on the scope of practice for tradtional east asian medicine, or are interested in learning how acupuncture “works” I urge you to spend time accessing online resources.
World Health Organization
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine list of treatable disorders