Lynn Teo, NCCAOM
Lynn’s mission is to help individuals and communities reduce stress and anxiety, increase resilience and joy, and cultivate a deeper feeling of balance, wholeness, belonging and connection to ourselves and each other. She has worked in complementary medicine for over 15 years. An acupuncturist and shiatsu therapist, Lynn specializes in stress, anxiety, pain, and chronic conditions. Focusing on cultivating resilience and trauma recovery, she is currently training to be a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. Lynn holds a Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is now completing her doctorate at the Pacific College of Health and Science.
Lynn has been teaching yoga in the Scaravelli tradition, Vipassana meditation and somatic awareness for over 20 years and has a background in theatre and clown. As a researcher, Lynn has published several systematic reviews on complementary medicine and holds an MSc in pain studies from Tufts University School of Medicine where she focused on the role of empathy within the patient-practitioner relationship.
Lynn lives and practices in Portland, ME and enjoys singing with her uke, relaxing by the ocean, or hiking in the Maine woods with her husband and two young kids.