+ Bronwen Erickson, R.Ac, CNP


Ancient Wisdom & Medicine


By placing thin needles into the surface of the skin, acupuncture promotes and clears the flow of Qi through the meridians. Blocks in Qi often lead to pain and dis-ease, which can be helped significantly using acupuncture.

Long recognized for its many benefits in Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture has become a staple treatment that is largely accepted by the general medical community as a non-invasive, effective way to manage pain and promote healing.

Meet Your Practitioner

Grant Cross, TCMP, B.A., KIN DIP, PSYC DIP

Grant has been interested in health and wellness from a young age, as well as had a natural curiosity for the non-beaten path. After varied studies in his formative years—including two diplomas in Psychology and Kinesiology, as well as a Bachelor of Arts— he decided to pursue his calling to help others in their journey of healing. He is a Practitioner of Chinese Medicine and has completed the schooling for the Doctorate in Chinese Medicine from Pacific Rim College in Victoria, BC in 2021. His interests outside of education include: frisbee golf, snowboarding, and hockey—though he grew up playing any sport that was available, so he understands that there are different health needs for different sports. With an interest in sports, Grant has also had experience treating and training young athletes. Giving people the tools to reach their full potential is what Chinese medicine is all about, which is why young athletes can be rewarding to work with, as small changes make a large impact on the direction of their sporting careers.

Grant is open to treating a variety of conditions and folks from all walks of life at different aspects of their journey. Being part of a community is important to his career path. Focusing locally allows for a challenging workload where no two days are the same. Some conditions treated include: digestive, insomnia, high blood pressure, as well as pain related discomfort. He enjoys working with people one-on-one, in order to gain insight into their lives, which will help him give patients the best recommendations for their health. These recommendations vary from diet therapy, exercise therapy, cupping, gua sha, personally curated herbal formulas, and acupuncture. His approach is multifaceted and he uses a variety of diagnostic methods and tools, though all of which are deeply intuitive.

Meet Your Practitioner

Bronwen Erickson, R.Ac, CNP

A licensed Acupuncturist and registered member of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia, Bronwen Erickson is a also a Holistic Nutritionist, Master Herbalist, Birth & Postpartum Doula and a Registered Hatha Yoga Teacher (RYT-200)

She chose an acupuncture style that is calm, gentle and supportive. She cares for her patients by focusing on the interconnectedness of their body, mind, and spirit. During sessions, her goal is to safely support patients, optimize the body’s innate healing abilities, promote deep healing and prevent disease.

In clinical practice she may include one or more of these modalities; acupuncture, herbal medicine, moxibustion, cupping, gua sha, lifestyle and dietary counseling and cosmetic acupuncture.

In her free time, Bronwen enjoys long walks in the forest, slow days with loved ones, gardening, making herbal medicine and guiding foraging walks.