Priscilla Peach is a Licensed Acupuncturist and a board certified Herbalist by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She earned her Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Priscilla recently earned her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and has spent five years, and over 3500 classroom hours training in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology, Biomedicine, and Oriental Medicine Theory. During her education, she worked as a senior intern, spending over 1000 clinic hours, treating patients under the supervision of highly educated acupuncturists; whom not only instruct parts of the program, but also run and operate their own clinics. Her recently acquired Doctorate degree helped her gain in-depth knowledge on integrative medicine, systems-based medicine, research literacy, and evidence-informed practice. These collaborative tools are important for assessing patients and allows Priscilla to be able to work with a variety of other practitioners in an integrated fashion to provide the safest and most effective treatments for all her patients.
Priscilla is an experienced registered yoga teacher, and has been teaching for over five years. In 2011, Priscilla completed a 200 hour Yoga Alliance certification in Hatha yoga, and began helping people find movement and breath together in their body.
In 2016 Priscilla completed her 300 hour Biodynamic Cadiovascular Therapist training, and is a certified Biodynamic Cardiovascular Therapist. She uses this work to promote the understanding of embodiment in order to help her patients find decompression in their nervous systems.
Priscilla’s greatest joy is being able to provide multiple tools and resources for health and longevity. Her experience and rigorous education allows her to treat a variety of chief complaints, meeting each individual where they are on their healing journey, and customizing treatments to meet their specific needs.
Priscilla currently teaches yoga for the students at Columbia Collage in Chicago. She has several offices she sees patients out of for acupuncture, and loves being active in her community promoting health and wellness.
Priscilla loves to paddleboard, bike, throw pottery, cook, bake, play board games, host dinners, go on walks, practice yoga, and hang at the beach in her free time. She lives in Chicago with her husband, Tyler, two boston terriers, Daisy and Stripe, and one cat, Chi.