Randi earned her Doctorate Degree in Acupuncture from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2018. She received her Master’s degree in Classical Five-Element Acupuncture and her Licentiate of Acupuncture from the Institute of Taoist Education & Acupuncture (ITEA) in 2006. She is Nationally Certified and holds a Colorado Acupuncture License.
Randi received a Bachelor’s in Nursing in 1987. In 1992 she earned her Masters in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is a former Nationally Certified massage therapist. In 2001, she received her Integral Tai Chi & Qigong Instructor Certificate from the International Integral Qigong & Tai Chi Institute at Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine.
Randi supervises teaches and supervises in the student clinic at ITEA. She is the Dean of Students at ITEA. Randi was on faculty and the Western Science Director at AOMA in Austin Texas up until December of 2021. She was the founder of the Colorado Acupuncture Medical Reserve Corps, the first all acupuncture medical reserve corps in the United States and served as the Unit Coordinator for several years,
Randi is committed to the ongoing well-being of her patients. She continues to broaden and deepen her repertoire of complementary health solutions to deliver the very best care.
Randi teaches The 5 Element Way Workshops with Kathleen Robinson and Mary Ellen Metke. For more information about upcoming workshops, please email: email@example.com.