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A targeted nutrition plan for your unique biological makeup

Sasang medicine is an East Asian healing system unique to Korea that works in tandem with the Five Element philosophy.


Your constitution will be diagnosed by reading what your natal chart shows to be the configuration of the Five Elements at the time of your birth. This configuration paints a picture of your internal landscape, every stroke piecing together a story that describes your strongest and weakest organs + the temperature in which energy is

flowing. Once your landscape is understood, food becomes your greatest medicine.

Eating for Your Constitution Mastery is a 6-week offering dedicated to you understanding and embracing your inborn strengths and weaknesses to overcome acute + chronic dis-ease while practicing preventative care. 


↠  Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

↠  Irritable bowel disease (IBD)

↠  Constipation

↠  Diarrhea

↠  Incontinence

↠  Acne

↠  Rosacea

↠  Eczema

↠  Dry skin 

↠  Unexplained skin rashes

↠  Obesity

↠  Hypertension

↠  Insomnia

↠  Hypothyroidism

↠  Hyperthyroidism

↠  PMS 


↠  Anovulation

↠  Endometriosis

↠  Unexplained infertility

"I felt hopeless coming off of birth control and experiencing intense skin and digestive distress that I never had before in my life. I had exhausted all options when a friend recommended Haley to me. Feeling desperate and defeated, I felt sparks of encouragement to try out a plan that was so tailored to me and my body. I cried tears of joy when I saw my face clearing up within the first month. By the end, clear skin became a secondary perk to the empowerment I feel understanding my body the way I do now. It's a work in progress, but I can say my mind and mental space around my body and food almost feels as strong as my digestive system does."  -LA


Lesser yin


Lesser yin is one of the two most common constitutions. They often have an internal landscape similar to that of winter, with energy that is frozen and stagnant.
↠  Strong organ - kidney
↠  Weak organ - spleen

↠  Central energy - cold

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Lesser yang


Lesser yang is the other most common constitution. They often have an internal landscape similar to that of summer, with heat that is ever rising.

↠  Strong organ - spleen

↠  Weak organ - kidney

↠  Central energy - hot and dry

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Greater yin


The greater-yin constitution is less common. For this person, their cold energy has reached its peak and is about to turn yin into yang. Because of this, it's possible, though uncommon, that their central energy may be warm.

↠  Strong organ - liver
↠  Weak organ - lung
↠  Central energy - hot or cold

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Greater yang


Greater yang is the rarest of the constitutions. They are most known for their excessively strong lung energy and very weak liver energy.

↠  Strong organ - lung
↠  Weak organ - liver
↠  Central energy - hot

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"Your birth chart shows a relationship between each of the five elements and yin and yang. When you were born, you entered a moment in time that had certain characteristics of the movement of qi, of the balance and interaction of yin yang and of the building and controlling of the five elements. This moment is imprinted in both your psychology and your biology and you carry the impact of this moment for your entire life. It is a descriptive representation of your curriculum."

- Tracy Stewart, LAc

Sasang Practitioner for Innate Rhythm


↠  Your Sasang diagnosis packet

↠ One 90-min. opening video consult to provide a well-rounded understanding of your diagnosis to leave you feeling confident with your path forward

↠ Workbook: Exploring My Relationship to Food

↠ Two 40-min. video consults for close knit accountability, support, and exploration


I hold a Masters of Science in Nutrition from the National University of Natural Medicine, a degree dedicated to healing using food as medicine. Within this time + beyond, I've specialized in women’s health with a focused lens in East Asian dietetics. My dietetic philosophy comes from considering the thermal nature + energy of food to match a person's constitution according to Sasang medicine. Weaving in my training in fertility awareness, and teachings from my own experience, I devote my work to helping women understand and take control of their internal landscape.




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