Alison began her career into the healing arts with Shiatsu in 1999. Soon after, she enrolled at East West College of Natural Medicine in Sarasota, Florida to study Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine. As a lifelong learner and passionate about her work, Alison is constantly enrolled in more studies to help her serve her patients better. A few of her most influential teaches are Sharon Weizenbaum, Dr Yu Guo-Jun, Toby Daly, Andy Ellis, Kumiko Shirai, Arya Nielsen and Dr. Shan Liang. She has cultivated her practice into a multi-disciplinary style that allows her to draw on any one or a combination of approaches to achieve wellness for her patients including acupuncture, herbal medicine, bodywork (including cupping and Gua Sha), food therapy, or lifestyle counseling. She has found the individualistic perspective of Traditional East Asian Medicine to be an empowering perspective towards facilitating positive shifts in one's life. Her goal is to help her patients achieve their individual balance. Alison's perspective is heavily influenced by the farming lifestyle that she, her husband and their three children have created on their farm, Morganics Family Farm. She believes in educating and equipping her patients to live in a sustainable fashion that not only serves them but also the world in which we all live.