Owner, L.Ac., E-RYT, CPT, GFI
Kimball has an extensive background in providing Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, massage, and holistic wellness coaching. She also is enthusiastic about her work as an educator of yoga, meditation, health, and fitness. Her vast teaching experience includes college courses at Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Red Rocks Community College. The Zen tradition has informed much of Kimball's approach to life and work. She took her Zen ordination vows in 2010.
Kimball has a special interest in treating women’s health and sports injuries with the use of Chinese Medicine. However, she can confidently treat any condition effectively. Her ultimate goal is to help as many people as possible not only stay free of disease, but maintain a high level of physical wellness, significant energy and mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc.), Lifestyle Coach
Greg began studying Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in the early 1990s. The first school attended was a Five Element School and the second school was a Traditional Chinese Medicine school. The two schools empowered Greg with a variety of acupuncture and tui-na (Chinese massage) techniques in addition to a strong comprehension of Chinese herbal formulas. In 2011 Greg published his first Chinese pulse diagnostic book , The Pulse Atlas. It is an illustrative guide to Chinese pulse diagnosis formatted to make it easier for students and practitioners of different learning styles to better comprehend the pulses whether you are a Visual, Audio or Kin-esthetic learner. In addition to treating clients his passion for teaching has brought him around the world teaching seminars on Auricular therapy, Tui-Na and Pulse Diagnosis for more than two decades. More recent additions to his education and healing toolbox are Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Coaching/Change Coaching. His successes with these tools include helping people with smoking cessation, relieving PTSD, stress reduction, alleviating and manage anxiety to name a few!
Ayurvedic Health Practitioner, Health Coach, Yoga & Meditation Teacher, ERYT 500
Shanti started practicing yoga at age 16 after experiencing pain from scoliosis. In 2011, she received her 500 hour Hatha yoga and meditation certifications at ShambhavAnanda Yoga. She became an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach in 2018, but her love and fascination of the Vedic arts continued. Drawn to the Science of Life – Ayurveda, the sister science of yoga, she became an Ayurvedic Health Practitioner in June 2019 through the New World Ayurveda School. With her love teaching, and sharing this ancient wisdom, Shanti teaches Ayurveda at New World Ayurveda for the Ayurvedic Health Practitioner Program and Introduction to Ayurveda at Red Rocks Community College. She enjoys guiding and nurturing women through life’s many transitions and offers a unique 6 month Ayurvedic Lifestyle Coaching program, one on one consultations and offers Ayurvedic seasonal workshop series – “Living an Ayurvedic Lifestyle with the Rhythms of Nature” including Spring and Fall Gentle Cleanses, & Women's Health. She is a Heartbased Meditation teacher offering training on meditation monthly and provides spiritual mentoring in groups or individually.