Village Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine

About Us

imageAbout Kayo Malik, L.Ac., Dipl. OM

Kayo Malik is a state and nationally board-certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbal Medicine Practitioner. She holds the title Diplomate in Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). This title certifies that she has completed over 3,500 hours of training in all the principal aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine, including acupuncture and the use of Chinese herbs and formulas. Kayo graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Master’s of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture and completed clinical internships with master practitioners from China, Korea and the USA. She has also spent time in Japan and China exploring the roots of Oriental Medicine.

As an herbalist, Kayo has over 30 years of experience. Prior to studying Oriental Medicine, she had a practice as a community herbalist. She draws inspiration from her grandmother, who was a village herbalist in Japan. 

Kayo is the founder and owner of Village Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine. She holds an acupuncture license in Arizona and Hawaii, and has a private practice in Sedona, AZ and Lahaina, Maui.

 

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About Kassie Morgan, L.Ac., Dipl. OM

Kassie Morgan is a state and nationally board certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbal Medicine practitioner. She holds the title Diplomate in Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). This title certifies that she has completed over 3,500 hours of training in all the principal aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine, including acupuncture and the use of Chinese herbs and formulas.

Kassie discovered acupuncture during a search for a deeper purpose and meaning in her life. It brought greater self-awareness and clarity to her life. She felt called to study this medicine after her life had shifted in incredibly positive ways due to receiving acupuncture treatments. Kassie is classically trained and graduated from a four year program at Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts in Asheville, NC with a Masters in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. She had the honor to study with Jeffery Yuen, an 88th generation Daoist priest from the Jade Purity School.

She enjoys working with depression, anxiety and autoimmune conditions and feels deeply called to helping people embrace their own unique gifts. She likes to incorporate stone medicine, gua sha and cupping into her treatments. 

 

About Masako Takahashi, LMT

imageI am a massage therapist licensed by the state of Arizona. I have also received further massage training in Australia and Japan. I have over twelve years of experience in reflexology and have developed an expansive knowledge of the whole body and understand the importance of connecting one's mind to its body's response. 

My approach to massage focuses on the individual, listening to their voice while utilizing Eastern and Western modalities. My style is helpful for clients who want to relieve stress, reduce anxiety, and reduce common physical problems such as low back pain, shoulder pain, and tight muscles brought on by one’s lifestyle. Reflexology relieves tension, improves circulation and helps promote the natural function of our body's systems. I offer Chi Nei Tsang, Shiatsu, Deep Tissue Massage, Connective Tissue Massage, Swedish Massage, Sports Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Myofascial Release, Perinatal Massage, Facial Lifting Massage and Reflexology. I am looking forward to seeing you soon. 

 

About Sandy Barns

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Acutonics is a sound healing modality which is similar to acupuncture but uses tuning forks instead of needles. Acutonics tuning forks are unique because they are tuned to the orbital properties of the Earth, moon, Sun and planets.  For example, the New Moon fork imparts a comfortable, feminine, watering and dispersing energy and the Sun fork is masculine, initiatory,  drying and tonifying. The fork is chosen to help alleviate a certain condition and placed on the appropriate meridian points. 

I received my Acutonics Level One certificate in 2006.  I began implementing Young Living essential oils in my sessions in 2017 and find that the appropriate essential oil on meridian points adds to the treatment in a powerfu
A session ends with the placement of Tibetan bowls on and above the body to anchor in healing frequencies. 
In addition,  I offer information on acupressure with essential oils for self care at home,  and I have extensive experience with Western herbs. 
I also teach Qigong for Emotional Balance on an on-going basis.