Jing is a Chinese word that means calming. A feeling of balance and refreshed. In Chinese culture, the ying/yang balance gives us good vibrance, energy and vitality, and keeps your body, mind and spirit aligned. Grace strives to bring grace, attentiveness and the Jing quality in both of her services. She also believes wholesome food is like medicine, their natural quality can nourish and heal you.
After 13 years as a pharmacist, Grace decided to pursue her passion and the art of cooking. In 2012, she received her culinary training and diploma at the Art Institute in Philadelphia.
She enjoys entertaining friends around the table. To her, sharing a meal with others is a festive event. She believes the Jing concept and shows in her dishes. Grace uses wholesome ingredients and each dish contains a complex blend of taste, color, texture, nutrients and aroma.
In 2015, Grace received her health and wellness coaching training and certification training from Duke Integrative Medicine. She hopes to bring her passion to help others to rediscover their life purpose. Her coaching focuses on lifestyle balance, career development, wellness living and mindfulness eating. She is a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach.
Need a little zest or mindfulness in your life? Grace can help you rediscover what you want and make it happen.