Jerome was introduced to alternative healing modalities at an early age. His first memories of going to a doctor are visiting an Osteopath for physical manipulations, experiencing Craniosacral therapy, and working with an Acupuncturist.
He was heavily influenced by the treatments and culture surrounding Dr. Mengke Kou who helped found Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM). By the time he reached his formative years he knew that his way of contributing to the world would be in harmony with the principals of Holistic medicine.
Jerome graduated from the 800-hour bodywork program at East West College of Healing Arts in March of 2011. He Focused on Thai Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, and Deep Tissue Massage. He completed the 9-month certification program with the Nutritional Therapy Association in 2015.
In addition to his background with nutrition and bodywork he's taken advanced courses in Pranic Healing, and other variants of energetic awareness.
As a healer Jerome likes to bring a synthesize experience to his clients. He blends compassionate listening with deep work on the physical and energetic bodies. He prefers to relate to healing as an endeavor that requires each persons active participation. He feels especially successful when working with clients who are having sleep issues, and anyone struggling with grief.
Additionally, he has completed the 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training from The Yoga Space. Since graduating from East West College of Healing Arts he's taken continuing education in:
If you have any questions, or would like to book an appointment with Jerome, please call the reception desk at 503-765-5333.