Baylen is a licensed acupuncturist and certified herbalist (NCCAOM). he holds a masters degree in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine from Yo-San University. Additionally he completed a 4 year post graduate residency at integrative pharmacies in the Los Angeles area where he learned to use common modern folk medicines including vitamins, supplements, neutracueticals, and essentials oils in addition to raw herbs, tinctures and tea-pills in the contemporary practice of medicine.


Baylen has begun a new practice of community supported acupuncture. To learn more about how to join this cutting edge practice, click here.

ACUPUNCTURE

​Pamela Brady, MA, L.Ac.
Acupuncture, Sound Healing, Qigong
250 Main Street, Suite 206
Montpelier, VT 05602
phone: 802-229-1800
email: soundspirit@tds.net
website: www.pamelabrady.org
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​Acupuncture has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years. It can help by bringing blocked chi, universal life energy, back into flow. Acupuncture works through the energy points that lay on the meridians, the energy channels of the body, by stimulating them with either penetration of thin needles, pressure or cupping therapy. 

Baylen Karl Slote

Practicing at:

13 Kilburn Street
Burlington, VT 05401

(802) 310-1400

​taichicowboy@gmail.com

​www.truenorthway.com



​Pamela is an Acupuncturist, Sound Healer and Qigong Instructor who has practiced in Central Vermont for 30 years. She graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture and received advanced clinical training in Hangzhou, China. Pamela has integrated Sound Healing into her Traditional Chinese Medical Practice. She is an Acutonics practitioner and instructor receiving her extensive training from The Kairos Institute of Sound Healing in New Mexico. As a general Acupuncturist, Pamela addresses a wide variety of conditions in her practice including: acute and chronic pain; allergies; depression, anxiety and stress; autoimmune illnesses, women’s menstrual, reproductive and menopausal concerns; headaches, migraines and sports injuries.

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