our support staff




Kirsten began her RBAC career as office manager in 2001 after many years working as a preschool teacher, leading activities in a convalescent center, and providing customer service for PHS Insurance and St Barnabas Health network hospitals. Inspired by seeing so many people helped through bodywork, Kirsten became a licensed massage therapist. She soon became one of our most respected and requested massage therapists.

Since then, Kirsten returned to her role as office manager and continues to takes great pride in the care she provides our center. You will see upon entering our office how she makes everyone feel welcome and comfortable, supporting their day with her sunshine, warmth, and smile.

Kirsten practices restorative slow flow yoga and is a life-long student of dance. She creates unique artisan jewelry and loves to collage and paint.




Sarah is the newest member of our Red Bank Acupuncture office team. She looks forward to helping you feel comfortable throughout your visit at our center. Sarah will welcome you with her warmth and beautiful smile. She will be here to gladly help you in any way possible.

Sarah has worked previously in medical settings and hospitality. She will be expanding the RBAC social media presence and helping produce a monthly newsletter. Sarah will also be helping to increase awareness of the benefits of Chinese medicine and therapeutic massage within our medical community and Monmouth County at large.

Sarah spends her free time doing yoga, loves to make bead bracelets and is an avid athlete who played basketball and soccer throughout high school. She is the youngest of six within a close and supportive family.




Michael has worked together with Shoshanna since her founding of Red Bank Acupuncture & Wellness Center in 1988. He manages the website, daily operations and marketing programs.

He first became interested in alternative healing techniques while living in Santa Cruz in the mid 1970’s.  In 1982 he received certification at the Heartwood Institute, for therapeutic massage with specialization in shiatsu and acupressure.  He was instrumental in the implementation of an acupressure program in the Santa Cruz School System that helped children with severe disabilities along with their families.

While earning his Pacific Oaks Master's degree in Human Development in 1985, he served as consultant and project coordinator in computer technology and health education for the Santa Cruz County school system. He then went on to work for over ten years in the Product and Marketing organizations of AT&T Computer Systems.