The purpose of Jade Woman de LaLonde, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt corporation, is exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes, more specifically to help others by supporting healing, health and wellbeing through training and treatment using the nature based theory of Chinese Medicine at an affordable cost to the patients.
The Five Element theory of Chinese Medicine is used to support children’s health and healing. This nature-based art form of the medicine uses elements in nature, specifically, water, wood, fire, earth and metal, to identify individual characteristics, needs and best environment for healthy development and well being.
The primary focus is on treating pediatric patients who have experienced trauma, have behavioral issues or have physical symptoms Western Medicine and other modalities are unable to successfully diagnose and treat.
Children will be treated regardless of their family’s ability to pay
Additional programs include Nature Class Outings for children and their families to experience and explore their individual elements in nature. Our immediate goal is to acquire, develop and operate a Nature Based Treatment Center in the Denver metro area to support all programs of Jade Woman de LaLonde, Inc.
“Nature gives us the wisdom to know what is important"
— Ilan Shamir
Judi Terrill, Founder and Executive Director of Jade Woman de LaLonde, Inc, is the mastermind behind the entire organization. She has twenty-plus years of experience as a Chinese Medicine Professional. With nature as her basis and guide, Ms. Terrill developed a unique Five Element model to diagnose and treat children, parents, families and other adults. This nature based art form of the medicine uses elements in nature, specifically, water, wood, fire, earth and metal to identify the individual characteristics, needs and best environment for healthy development and wellbeing. Treatment focuses on the entire being, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. She has often helped both children and adults that Western Medicine has been unsuccessful diagnosing and treating.
In addition to her experience and expertise in Chinese Medicine practice, teaching and program development, Ms. Terrill had an extensive career in Corporate America as a Corporate Executive and Officer in Finance, Management and Administration.