||Elizabeth Hudler Nolte, L.Ac., MAcOM, FABORM
Beth is an acupuncturist and practitioner of Chinese Medicine, including Chinese herbal medicine, moxibustion, cupping, and shonishin pediatric acupressure, with ten years experience (4 years
internship followed by 6 years in solo practice). She holds a Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental
Medicine (MAcOM) from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas, where she
studied with internationally-recognized experts in traditional Chinese medicine as well as Western
biomedicine. She is a general, family medicine practitioner, with a further specialization in reproductive
medicine, and is the first practitioner in Oregon who is certified by the American Board of Oriental
Reproductive Medicine (ABORM).
Beth is passionate about her practice and in assisting others, through Chinese Medicine, in their journey
to find healing and balance in every area of their lives. She incorporates Traditional Chinese Medicine
principles into more modern studies of acupuncture and herbal medicine, being particularly influenced
by acupuncture masters Kiiko Matsumoto and Dr. Yoshio Manaka, as well as master herbalist Jimmie
Chang. Beth has extensive experience treating many conditions, including chronic and acute pain,
male and female reproductive disorders, pregnancy and postpartum conditions, allergies and immune
conditions, digestive disorders, addictions, psycho-emotional disorders, and many more.
In her personal time, Beth enjoys reading, yoga, Qigong, meditation, and spending
time with her husband and children.
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||Kaya Skye, LMT (License #11567)
Kaya began her journey of natural healing in 1992 at the University of California Santa Cruz. She studied massage and acupressure while completing her BA in Community Health Care and Medical Anthropology. She also completed an extensive program at the esteemed Dr. Jay Scherer’s Institute of Natural Healing in Santa Fe, NM. Kaya lived in West Africa for five years studying the relationship between modern and traditional medical systems, and currently runs the non- profit organization African Birth Collective, which connects international midwives, supplies and resources with Senegalese maternity clinics. Kaya specializes in deep, specific massage technique, reflexology and lomi’ili’ili hot stone therapy treatments. Kaya is mother to three beautiful children and loves West African Dance.
||Ananda Rubio, LMT (License #6594)
Ananda has been a licensed massage therapist since 1998. He is a native to Eugene, graduating from South Eugene High in 1992 and a part of the Oregon Country Fair family since the age of 10. In 1996 he attended the Cascade Institute of Massage and Body Therapies. After a near death experience with meningitis, and a week long coma, he emerged with new awareness of his life purpose; including fatherhood and healing arts. Ananda finds balance through his meditation practice, fire dancing, table tennis and basketball. He specializes in deep tissue, Lomi Lomi hot stone therapy, PNF stretching and Swedish massage, all integrated with his personal touch. Whether looking for deep structural work, or just a relaxing massage, after a session with Ananda, your body will thank you.
||Ellen Syverson, M.S.
Ellen Syversen has a Masters Degree in Public Health from Tulane University School of Public Health and over 10 years of experience as a certified health educator. Her passion for nutrition started as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Niger, West Africa where she worked on maternal and child health issues as a Nutritionist in a rural village for two years. Prior to starting a nutritional therapy practice, Ellen managed and directed the OSU Lane County Extension Nutrition Education Program and conducted numerous seminars county wide.
Combining her background as a health educator with her training as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Ellen offers clients holistic nutrition counseling, therapy and education with the goal of correcting imbalances in body chemistry, and achieving optimal wellness naturally. Some of her areas of expertise include chronic fatigue, food sensitivities, pre-pregnancy optimization, hormonal balance through diet, digestive problems, blood sugar issues, childhood nutrition and weight management. Ellen loves to practice what she preaches, and enjoys getting people excited about expanding their food horizons and using natural supplements to restore health and wellness.