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Mike Berkley Interviews Melisssa Light

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Mike Berkley will interview Melissa B. Light who has spent over a decade empowering women and children through education, counseling, nutrition, movement and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Melissa is the chief practitioner and founder of Light Family Acupuncture, a thriving private practice in located in beautiful Austin, TX. Light Family Acupuncture focuses on treating the entire family from preconception through pregnancy and parenthood. Melissa specializes in fertility, pregnancy, postpartum and pediatric care. Melissa is also the creator of two lines of specialized Chinese Herbal Tinctures. The Chi Mama line focuses on women’s health through every phase, including fertility, pregnancy, postpartum and beyond. Her pediatric line, Chi Kids, addresses common childhood health concerns.  She is currently working on a webinar on pediatrics for both health practitioners and families alike.

Melissa is a mama of two amazing children. She used Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques to maintain her vibrant health throughout both her pregnancies.  For more than 9 years Melissa has taught courses locally and across the country on nutrition and weight loss, acupressure for birthing and children, and building a dream acupuncture practice.

Melissa B. Light received her Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from the acclaimed AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, TX where she was honored for her research in treating Bi-Polar Disorder with Traditional Chinese Medicine. She was voted Best Acupuncturist by the Austin Birth Awards in 2011 and 2012.

She holds her acupuncture license with the State of Texas Board of Medical Examiners as well as national certifications in Asian Bodywork, Chinese Herbology, and Oriental Medicine.

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