Anne Stanley

I graduated from the American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2012 with a Master's in Oriental Medicine, which requires 162 hours of classroom and clinical training.  I am a Licensed Acupuncturist in the State of Texas and a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine with the NCCAOM.  

I received my Bachelor's degree in Studio Art from Texas Tech University  in 1998.

I've practiced yoga since I was 16 and am an extreme lover of mountain biking.  I'm a mother to 3 vibrant, fun kids.  Outdoors, playfulness, and a child-like excitability motivate me to go deeper into every moment.

My passion in teaching is in the application of Personal Myth as it is expressed for each of us through our individual biology.  Deeply, I feel kinship with the work of Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung.

Numerology, Mathematics, and Quantum Physics are my playground.

I am passionate about healing, both mine and yours, knowing that we are quantumly entangled.

I love you all.  

Bryan Bartell

I graduated from Kuyper College in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in both Theology and Intercultural Studies. I also received minors in Business Administration and Communications.

As a small child, I felt perplexed and often frightened by all things spiritual. As I grew older, I noticed duality everywhere—particularly within me. I always had a drive to help people countered by a need to destroy myself. It has taken countless cycles of creation and destruction for me to accept that I can be both darkness and light—that healing doesn’t come from killing off the ugly parts or holding tightly to the ones that look beautiful. Healing begins by looking at both with Love, listening to needs, and finding practical ways to express everything without compromising authenticity.

I love spending time outdoors, particularly on long walks surrounded by trees. I feel most alive when I am writing, dancing, sparring, swimming, cooking, and immersed in deep intimacy. My Truest Embodiment exists in rhythms play, discovery, and stillness.

When I work with people, I use movement, breath, sound, art and visualization to facilitate a space of inspiration where learning and healing do not depend on the limitations of my own knowledge and power. Fear, desire, and observation have been my greatest teachers, and I enjoy helping others to hear their lessons through poetry and movement.

My life goal is to follow my natural rhythms in a space of intimate connection and abundance, and to have the pleasure of helping others do the same.

Matthew Carpenter

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