Sara Stieg, M.S., L.Ac., FABORM
Sara is a licensed acupuncturist who specializes in women’s health, fertility and pregnancy support. From the start of her practice in 2006, her focus has been on reproductive medicine. Sara is guided by the principles of integrative medicine, often collaborating with doctors and other health care practitioners to maintain continuity of care.
Passionate about helping couples achieve their goal of becoming parents, it brings her great joy to be part of this personal and meaningful journey. The foundation of her nurturing and supportive approach is a commitment to keeping her patients informed so they can be active participants in achieving optimal health.
Sara was first introduced to acupuncture as a student at the UC Santa Cruz where she earned a Bachelors degree in psychology. After experiencing great success using Chinese medicine to treat her own health issues, she continued her graduate studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine so that she could share its benefits with others.
Sara completed a Masters of Science degree from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco. She has also received advanced postgraduate training in the fields of gynecology, reproductive medicine, pregnancy and pediatric acupuncture.
While she is no longer associated with PFC, in 2007 Sara co-founded the Acupuncture Program at Pacific Fertility Center (PFC), a leading Assisted Reproductive Therapy Clinic in San Francisco. The focus of the Acupuncture program was to provide onsite treatments to women on the day of their embryo transfer and well as support them before and after their cycle. Sara continues to provide fertility acupuncture to patients that are undergoing assisted reproductive therapies at clinics in the San Francisco Bay area.
Sara has been a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (FABORM) since 2009. ABORM certification demonstrates the highest competency and advanced knowledge in the field of both Western and Oriental Reproductive Medicine.
Sara lives in West Marin and keeps her own balance by spending time with her husband and their three kids, hiking, practicing yoga and enjoying travel whenever possible.
Tiffinie McEntire Tang, L.Ac., MS TCM,
Tiffinie is a women’s wellness specialist, licensed acupuncturist and herbalist who specializes in fertility, women’s health, pregnancy and postpartum support. She earned a Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM). In addition to fertility and women’s health, Tiffinie treats sleep and digestive disorders, pain, and anxiety.
Tiffinie believes in the profound innate knowledge our bodies have to heal naturally, and that acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutrition and lifestyle changes are the tools we all can access to make that healing happen. Her approach to treatment is gentle, intuitive, supportive and integrative, with an understanding that a deeply relaxed body and mind can lead to optimal wellness for women and their partners.
In 2007, Tiffinie co-founded the Acupuncture Program at Pacific Fertility Center (PFC), a leading IVF clinic in San Francisco. While she is no longer associated with PFC, the acupuncture clinic treated thousands of patients, and and provided priceless clinical experience, which guides her treatment of patients undergoing IVF today.
In addition to her practice at Nest, you can find Tiffinie at her practice in Alameda, Good Witch Wellness & Apothecary. There you’ll find her treating patients, tinkering with essential oils and herbs, and developing her line of herbal and beauty items. Tiffinie also likes to spend her free time traveling with her husband and son, growing food and medicinal herbs in her family garden, and spending time with friends and family.
Shirliey Fung, M.S., L.Ac.
Shirliey Fung is a licensed acupuncturist in the state of California. She is NCCAOM board-certified in Oriental Medicine and Chinese herbal therapy and certified in Maya Abdominal Massage from the Arvigo Institute. She graduated in 2006 from the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine in Washington State with a Master’s in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina. She is a former Fulbright Fellow to Taiwan.
Shirliey worked for nearly ten years as a journalist before her own health issues lead her to try acupuncture and herbs. She had such a profound healing experience with this effective medicine that she changed careers. She feels blessed and honored to be able to share this wonderful medicine with others.
Shirliey’s practice focuses on women’s health and fertility. Her personalized treatments help women and men achieve their fertility goals through acupuncture, herbs, Maya Abdominal Massage, diet, and lifestyle support. Shirliey’s goal is to assist each patient with his or her individual fertility journey, supporting both emotional and physical health along the way.
Shirliey, her husband, and her two dogs recently moved to the Bay Area from Seattle. She enjoys yoga, bicycling, walking the dogs cooking, and reading and writing.
Dallas Jones, M.S., L.Ac.
Dallas Jones is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist who specializes in women's health, fertility, pregnancy and postpartum care. From adolescence through menopause, she believes in empowering her clients to take charge of their personal wellness goals.
Dallas completed both her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine as well as her Masters degree from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco. As part of her clinical training, she completed rotations at California Pacific Medical Centers Stroke and Rehabilitation Center and received advanced certification in Orthopedics and Women's Health from the Zhejiang Chinese Medical University in Hangzhou, China. She has also completed advanced postgraduate training in pediatric acupuncture and facial rejuvenation. Prior to pursuing a career in Chinese Medicine, Dallas earned a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance from San Francisco State University and remains passionate about the healing powers of music and sound healing.
Dallas's approach to treatment is gentle and intuitive. She enjoys working closely with her clients to identify the root cause of imbalance. Through a combination of acupuncture, herbal medicine and lifestyle modification, her goal is to create balance on a physical, mental and emotional level. She believes that every case is unique, and uses a personalized approach in providing sustainable and effective care.
Dallas recently moved to Marin from San Francisco. In her free time, she enjoys exploring new hiking trails, practicing yoga and spending time with her husband and 2 children.
Maya Musick, MS, L.Ac.
Maya is a board-certified acupuncturist and herbalist specializing in women’s health—supporting women during all stages of life including teenage years, family planning, pregnancy, postpartum and menopause.
Maya’s passion for medicine began at a young age. Her desire to specialize in women’s health was nurtured in her teens after being selected by the local hospital to shadow labor and delivery nurses. This unique experience allowed her the opportunity to witness the miracle of birth on a regular basis, each time leaving her in awe of life and the power of the human body.
As she began her academic study of health and healing Maya experienced a profound transformation of her own health with acupuncture and herbal medicine. She knew she had found her calling and dedicated herself to a four year Master of Science degree at the prestigious American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Maya continues to enhance her knowledge and skill set studying extensively with experts in the field of natural fertility enhancement, birthing, and mother care. She integrates her practice of Maya Abdominal Therapy into her treatments providing women with the profound benefits of hands on healing.
A cornerstone of Maya’s practice is her ability to enhance patient treatment with education and insight on nutrition, stress reduction, and healthy exercise. Her personal interest in real food, meditation, and qigong, an ancient Chinese martial art, greatly enhances her skills in this area. She studied and worked on organic farms throughout North America and Europe, and continues a decade long formal study and practice of qigong and meditation.
Alison Winters, MS, L.Ac.
Alison received her master’s degree from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco in December 2008, a school at the forefront of education in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
After graduation, Alison traveled to China where she studied with Dr. Wang Ju-Yi, one of modern China’s most respected scholars, teachers and practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine. She is a Reiki Master of the Usui Shiki Ryoho tradition and has extensively traveled in Peru, climbing mountains and teaching English as a second language. She has trained to be a doula, having begun her studies at the non-profit, village-based organization Bumi Sehat Foundation in Bali. She specializes in fertility, pain management, pregnancy support and stress relief.