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Practitioner Bios:

Jenna Ferraiolo, L.Ac.

Jenna is a CA state licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) and a nationally certified Diplomat of Oriental Medicine (Dipl. O.M.). She graduated Summa Cum Laude with her bachelor's in Fitness and Cardiac Rehabilitation/Exercise Science from Ithaca College in New York. After graduation Jenna worked as a Medical Assistant in a Cardiology practice in Hartford, CT. Looking for a more integrative approach to health care, she then went on to obtain her Masters from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM).

During her time at PCOM, she worked with HIV/AIDS patients at UCSD’s Owen Clinic and also with NCAA athletes at the UCSD campus. In 2006 she had the opportunity to travel to Beijing, China to study in several area hospitals with Traditional Chinese Medical Doctors. In 2008, Jenna had another amazing opportunity and was able to travel to Uganda to volunteer with the PanAfrican Acupuncture Project. While there, she trained both Traditional health care workers and hospital nurses on how to utilize Acupuncture to help treat the symptomology of HIV/AIDS, TB, and Malaria. She also traveled to refugee camps at the southern border of Uganda to treat refugees from several neighboring African countries.

Immediately after graduation, Jenna worked with Neuro Acupuncture Associates in Carlsbad, CA inside of an internationally-renowned, non-profit Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation center for 2 years. In December 2010, she moved to Northern California and co-founded Earth and Air Wellness in Walnut Creek.

Jenna is committed to educating her clients on the many benefits of using natural methods to obtain optimal health. In all aspects of her life, she tries to live by example by eating a nutritious, well-rounded organic diet and getting regular exercise including yoga. Since having her first child in 2010 and seeing the positive impact it has had on her daughters, she has gained an interest in treating pediatric patients with TCM.

Laura Metzdorff, L.Ac.

Laura is a California state licensed acupuncturist originally from Long Island, NY. After graduating from SUNY New Paltz with a bachelor's in English Literature, Laura found herself wanting to do more. She knew she wanted to work with people, but wasn't sure what avenue to take. A friend in Oregon introduced her to herbal medicine and shortly after a Long Island friend recommended acupuncture. So began the path to her true calling.

Laura started her graduate education at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City. After her third year there, Laura decided to explore life on the West Coast and moved to California to finish her studies at Pacific's San Diego campus where she obtained a Master's in Traditional Oriental Medicine.

During school, Laura assisted at North Shore Acupuncture in Encinitas, CA. She then spent two years assisting and practicing at The Healing Sanctuary in Tustin, CA. In December of 2010, she moved to Northern California and co-founded Earth and Air Wellness in Walnut Creek.

Laura has always believed that there is more to health than what we've been taught and she has made it her mission to help others gain back power over their health. Her true passion is education. She believes that the first step towards wellness is knowledge and she strives to inspire others.

Maria Yung, L.Ac.

Maria Yung is a third-generation practitioner of Chinese medicine, following a tradition started over 70 years ago by her grandmother, Dr. Bing Yin Lee. Like her grandmother, Maria specializes in women's health including the treatment of hormonal imbalances, menstrual problems, fertility, and gynecological cancers.

Maria started her family at the age of forty and has three young kids. Maria has a special passion in helping women achieve their dreams of motherhood. Over the years, Maria has helped hundreds of women become moms.

Maria combines a traditional Chinese medicine approach with her strong support of integrative health care. She encourages her patients to take a holistic approach to their health that includes a healthy diet, exercise, healthy habits, and emotional wellness.

In addition to her work with us at Earth & Air Wellness, Maria is currently clinic director and head acupuncturist at the Charlotte Maxwell Clinic, a holistic health clinic that provides free treatment to low-income women with cancer.

She is a graduate of UCLA and the Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences, and completed post-graduate training at Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Hangzhou, China.

Stephanie Webb, L.Ac.

Stephanie first became interested in acupuncture, while deep in research for her Masters of Nursing thesis project on migraines. As a migraine sufferer herself, she was intrigued to find acupuncture cited over and over again, on the lists of successful treatment modalities for migraine. This led to her wonder what other health problems acupuncture and Chinese Medicine could treat. After nursing school, she completed a four year course of study at the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, and got her answer…a lot! In fact, acupuncture and Chinese medicine can treat a whole range of chronic health problems: from musculoskeletal pain, to gut problems, to skin disorders.

Stephanie has spent the last 10 years utilizing her knowledge of both eastern and western medicine to help patients with both acute and chronic problems, attain better health. She has also added to her clinical knowledge, by taking several classes in the field of functional medicine. She takes a patient centered approach to care, and enjoys partnering with patients on their journey to seeking improved health and wellbeing.

Stephanie's education and training include: Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine - Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, Registered Nurse (primary care focus) - Yale University School of Nursing, and Bachelor of Psychology - University of California Santa Barbara.