a Japanese word that means the interplay between light
and leaves as it shines through the trees
Here at Komorebi Center for Healing, we’re committed to helping you come home to yourself through the practices of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Our diverse offerings connect ancient knowledge with a deep understanding of what we need spiritually and physiologically as humans in today’s busy world. Treatments at Komorebi are not one-size-fits-all, but are mindfully curated with you in mind.
Komorebi is what healing can feel like — a physical manifestation of body work illuminating every part of us. Much like ourselves, a tree is beautiful as is. But when we allow the sun to penetrate our bodies, our darkest spaces become light. By casting Komorebi through all the positive and negative spaces within us, we can begin to heal.
Cassis My Linh
L.Ac, D.C.M, Dipl. OM
When I am not treating patients, you can find me in nature. I am blessed to live in the lush state of Florida, which offers me abundant opportunities to kayak spring fed rivers, free dive into underwater cave systems, swim in the gulf coast waters, or simply lay in my hammock beneath the swaying spanish moss filled oak trees.
I practice yoga, meditation, and chanting. I love a good kirtan! I implement tantric wisdom in my every day life, grounding my body in the present moment as much as I can. Every Tuesday, my friends and I come together for sangha (sanskrit for community) and hold space for one another as a consistent ritual even in the midst of our busy work weeks.
Growing up, my family and I had deep reverence for TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). My mother is from Vietnam and my father, New York. We went to our family acupuncturist for every ailment — a common cold, sprained ankle, a painful neck after a car accident, stress, cardiovascular issues, Erb's palsy, and the list goes on. Our acupuncturist was always our primary care physician, and I witnessed many people in my life, including myself, heal from the artistry of TCM.
My passion is to help patients come back home, into their own bodies. Into their truth. Into their balance. Into a safe place of deserving happiness, self love, eternal confidence, and freedom.
We do this with an eclectic blend of healing modalities that was taught to me by teachers from all over the world.
"We are not broken,
nor are we diseased.
We are born masterpieces.'
Associate of Science in Physical Therapy from Herzing University 2016
Dipl. O.M., NCCAOM Nationally Board Certified Acupuncturist 2020
D.O.M., A.P., Florida State Licensed Acupuncture Physician 2020
Clean Needle Technique Certified 2017
Acupuncture Injection Therapy Certified 2019
Cosmetic Acupuncture Certified 2017
Reiki Master Level Certified 2017
Thai Massage Certified 2017
Ancient Chinese Cosmetic Acupuncture 2018
Kaula Tantra Yoga Teacher Training (YTT), 400 hours 2021
Master Tung Bootcamp Intensive 2022
Dr. Cassis My Linh is a licensed Acupuncturist Physician, Chinese Herbalist, and Doctor of Chinese Medicine (L.Ac, D.C.M, Dipl. OM). The art of healing has long been a part of Cassis’s practice — before becoming a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, she received her degree in Physical Therapy after completing the Physical Therapy Assistant program at Herzing University. She then worked as a licensed physical therapy assistant, specializing in pediatric neurology, serving as their advocate to help them survive and thrive.
Carrying that passion with her into the next step of her career, Cassis traveled extensively to further her knowledge of healing and body work. While in Ecuador, she completed 400 hours of a Kaula tantric yoga teacher training, immersing herself in shamanism, performance arts, and kaula tantra yoga, practicing closely with cultivating healing sexual energy to make every day and every moment a tantric practice. After an enlightening Usui Reiki training course in Northern Thailand, Cassis found her calling to study Traditional Chinese Medicine.
From there, Cassis attended the Florida College of Integrative Medicine Orlando, where she received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Professional Health Studies and a Master of Science Degree in Oriental Medicine. During that time, she gained hundreds of hours of invaluable clinical experience. She also interned with a passionate TCM family doctor in Orlando for over a year, garnering extensive clinical experience by treating pediatric disorders, pain, post-surgery and chemo patients, as well as difficult cases that Western doctors could not help with.
Cassis is passionate about treating psycho-emotional disorders like depression and anxiety, acute and chronic pain, women's health, post-trauma (i.e sexual trauma), scar therapy, post-stroke recovery, among many other conditions.