Your Loveland Acupuncture Practitioners

Jennifer Bao

My life before working in Loveland as the Loveland Acupuncture Practitioner...

Traditional Chinese Medicine has been a part of my life since I was a little girl. My paternal grandmother was an Chinese herbalist and I can still remember watching her make prescriptions with natural herbs and minerals for her patients. It is with these nostalgic memories that I have been influenced to pursue a career in the natural healing arts that Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can provide. I was born in China and moved to North America with my family when I was 4 years old. Before relocating to Fort Collins, I lived in Central New York State. Living at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains has instilled in me a love for nature and the great outdoors. On my spare time, I enjoys hiking, kayaking, snowboarding, jogging and spending time with friends, family and my Yin & Yang kitties (see picture below).

I earned my Masters Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from an accredited acupuncture school: the Finger Lakes Schools of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Seneca Falls – New York. During my education, I also studied at the ZheJiang Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital in HangZhou, China.

Check Out Some Pictures of My Study Experience in China 

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Like I've mentioned before, I practice Traditional Chinese Medicine and am trained in adjunctive therapies such as moxibustion, tui na – asian bodywork, cupping, auriculotherapy, and dietary/lifestyle recommendations. I specialize in:

But like most other acupuncturist, I do not limit myself to only the specializations mentioned above. My ultimate goal is to encourage, promote and provide people with holistic health for any and all health concerns. 

Jenny Tasoulinh

Jenny Tasoulinh

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Jenny grew up surrounded by the principles and philosophies of Chinese Medicine in her own home. Her journey with Chinese Medicine further blossomed when she volunteered as an interpreter and driver at Charlotte Maxwell Clinic in Oakland, California, a non-profit clinic that serves low-income women with cancer. She saw first-hand how acupuncture and herbal treatments helped with the side effects of radiation and chemotherapy. More importantly, she was surrounded by a community of strong, caring healers who were enthusiastic about servicing others. It was through her close work with these amazing practitioners who inspired her to take the next leap.

Jenny earned her Master’s in Science in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado. She is nationally licensed and board certified in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine by the (NCCAOM) National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She maintains a state license in both Colorado and California.

Jenny approaches dis-ease with honesty, perseverance and patience. She customizes treatments to each patient’s personal needs, ensuring a pace that is both safe and comfortable. She is experienced in treating a wide range of health conditions including pain management, sports medicine, women’s health, digestive disorders, and emotional balancing particularly stress, anxiety and grief.

Jenny brings years of professional and clinical experience to help serve your needs. She is passionate about sharing how to incorporate Chinese Medicine into everyday life, especially through food and lifestyle. Jenny is fluent in Lao and Mandarin.