Terri Ann Lukyn is a registered acupuncturist. She started acupuncture in Squamish in 2003. She trained in Victoria BC with Dr. Wally Mui at the International College TCM Victoria where she earned her Diploma as Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and did a practicum in China. She brings years of understanding and experience to every session and genuinely enjoys helping others feel better. She knows herbology well and uses high quality patent formulas. Due to a high demand from patients for Colon Hydrotherapy, Terri trained with Tanesja Vogel in North Vancouver BC and now offers Colon Hydrotherapy with the APS- 100 from Prime Pacific Health Innovations, which is a closed system of hospital quality.
Graduated with a Diploma - Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine 2002
Returned from 3 month Practicum in China - Tianjin 2002
BC Regulated Health Care professional - Registered Acupuncturist - 2003
Opened Jadescreen Acupuncture on Cleveland Ave. Squamish BC - 2003
Worked on and served athletes at the 2010 Olympics - Whistler BC - 2010
Opened Clinic in Valleycliffe with Colon Hydrotherapy and Acupuncture- 2018
Anne Cecil-Sterman Pulse course New York NY - 2018
Anne Cecil- Sterman Clinic Workshop - Girona, Spain - 2022
Terri is from Richmond BC where she was born and raised in the blueberries past #5 Rd. She commercial fished with her Dad for around 14 years on Salmon, Halibut, Tuna and Charters for Oregon State University. The 10 year study with OSU studying juvenile Coho Salmon released from the Columbia River created the first conclusive body of research to validate Global Warming. It ran from 1980 to 1990 and covered the North Pacific from northern California to Alaska. Terri's two sons are avid fishermen in and around Squamish and nature is a huge part of our everyday lives. Terri raised a German Hanoverian Gelding, now 4 years old. At 17.2 hh he is a gentle giant and a big character in our lives.