Jillann Morlan, MA, CHHC is a multidisciplinary healer, holistic health coach, and student of Traditional Chinese medicine. She offers one-on-one coaching and healing sessions, as well as, experiential workshops and trainings aimed at educating others about the psychosomatic, energetic, and spiritual aspects of Chinese medicine.
Jillann discovered the power of Chinese medicine after years of suffering from an array of health issues, such as autoimmune disease, chronic fatigue, anxiety, and hormonal imbalance. What she found in Chinese medicine, and what she is thrilled to share with her clients, is a comprehensive and holistic system of healing that works on the body, mind, and spirit to correct imbalances and create a greater sense of peace and flow in all aspects of one’s life.
Having spent over a decade as a writer, director, and performing artist, Jillann brings her unique perspective and creativity into every aspect of her healing work by combining ancient healing modalities, modern medical knowledge, and her intuitive gifts to help people find a personal path to health and well-being. The system of healing that Jillann has developed through her years of training and expertise allows her clients to easily work through hidden beliefs, emotional blocks, and traumas that are stored on a cellular level. When these energy imprints are cleared, true health and emotional freedom takes place.
Jillann is especially passionate about working with women and the LGBTQIA+ community. She focuses her treatments on empowering her clients to be their own healers by adopting a holistic lifestyle that nourishes the body, mind, and spirit in equal measure.
Jillann holds a Master of Arts with a focus in therapeutic drama and trauma studies from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. She has advanced training in Drama Therapy, Aroma Acupoint Therapy, Reiki, Qigong, and Quantum Shiatsu. She is a Certified Holistic Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and on track to obtain her Master of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in August 2021.