Breana Harrison


Bre practices acupuncture with love and compassion. She started a career in acupuncture after she became ill with bladder issues that made her give up her career as a elementary school teacher.  After western medicine was unable to help her, she turned to eastern medicine, which provided great relief and she quickly switched careers. Having an illness which effected her career, relationships, and hobbies gives her compassion for others going through the same hardships.  She truly believes health is something we have to work for and strive for every day. There are no quick fixes, but acupuncture can be a beneficial tool to help you live the life that you desire. Acupuncture helps to balance the body, whether that is balancing emotional and/or physical. She also practices tuina, which is a type of body work which can reduce knots and aches, and energetically balance the body as well. This double approach provides her patients with great relief. 

Bre has earned her Bachelors of Liberal Arts from Colorado Mesa University in 2009, and then went on to receive a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine in 2014. She is licensed in the state of Colorado and is nationally certified as a Diplomate in Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). During the 3,100 hours of training she completed to earn her masters, she worked in specialized clinics for women’s healthcare, cancer care, geriatric care, and herbal prescriptions. She also has continued her education studying overcoming addictions, ptsd and trauma recovery, and esoteric acupuncture with Dr. Mikio Sankey.