Dr. Laura 庆中 Weatherbee, L.Ac.
Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
Meet Dr. Laura
Laura Weatherbee is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. As the daughter of two bio-technologists, she grew up steeped in a culture of science. She has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree from Cornell University, where she studied chemical engineering, as well as a doctorate in Chinese medicine from Pacific College. She combines her knowledge of Western science with her passion for traditional Chinese medicine and herbology to offer patients an integrated approach to treatment. Laura is proud to honor the ancient traditions of her Chinese heritage. Her mother grew up in Hong Kong, and Laura’s middle name "Hing Chung" means celebrate China. With her unique background, Laura weaves together Eastern philosophy with Western thinking to provide holistic, embodied care.
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The Story Behind Live To Sustain
Live To Sustain was founded in 2018 by me (Laura Weatherbee), and my husband Adam Cunningham. We wanted to channel our passion for the environment and healthy living into creating real change in our community.
Over the years we've recorded a podcast, built (and later sold) a retreat property in Washington State, and written on topics related to sustainable health, happiness and home.
Since I've become a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, the Live To Sustain brand has expanded to include my acupuncture and herbal medicine practice. When we consider health through a holistic lens, it includes so much more than the human body. The health of our planet, our families, our communities, and ourselves are all deeply interconnected. We cannot heal unless we heal together.
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Live With Sustainability in Mind
At Live To Sustain, we take a realistic approach to sustainability. We understand that our problems are complex, and the solutions aren't always easy. While many people want to contribute to a better world, they may not have the time, resources, or knowledge they need. We're not here to judge or compete with one another, but to find common ground and build community. Together we can build a sustainable future.