Kayleigh Stack, MSTOM, LAc


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Kayleigh Stack grew up in the Catskill mountains near the Zen Mountain Monastery in Mt Tremper, NY. She began studying Zen and various other Buddhist practices at a young age within her hometown and taught yoga for 12 years.. She also was fortunate enough to grow up with Chinese Medicine, as she watched her mother heal her IBS with acupuncture and diet therapy. Later, after a robust performance career, she decided to become a practitioner herself.

Kayleigh holds a MSTOM from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (NYC), as well as Western Herbalism certification from North Coast School of Botanical Studies, Ayurvedic and Nutrition training with Northwest Institute of Ayurveda, 500 RYT Yoga Works (NYC) and 200hr RYT Swami Vivekananda Ashram (India). She has trained extensively in Restorative Yoga, Yin Yoga and in Yoga specialized for individuals with Traumatic Brain injury with amazing mentors and teachers both nationally and internationally, including Leslie Kaminoff, Jillian Pransky, Maty Ezraty, Jenny Authur, Bernie Clark among others. She also holds a Masters from Columbia University in Oral History, believing deeply in the transformative power of storytelling. In addition, Kayleigh offers personal development and spiritual coaching, having completed an 11-month training with the Earth Pulse Academy based in Ecuador.

Kayleigh’s practice and specialties include food therapy, nutritional counseling, mental-emotional health, autoimmune conditions, stress-related illnesses, addiction, post-concussive syndrome, digestion, fertility and women's health. Before acupuncture, Kayleigh was a full-time circus artist and dancer for many years throughout San Francisco getting into the Cirque du Soleil's Roster 2014, as well as worked at the Smithsonian in the Anthropology Department and as an Oral Historian at the New York Public Library’s Library of Performance Arts.. Her path into meditation, mindfulness tools, yoga, qi gong, and Traditional Chinese Medicine was both to heal herself, as well as to provide the timely tools of acupuncture, food practices, herbs, and energy work for the healing of her community.

Kayleigh has worked in HIV clinics in San Francisco, CA, Veterans clinics in San Diego, CA, Integrative clinics in Oakland, CA, pop-up clinics in Guatemala, community clinics in Brooklyn, NY, and higher end boutique clinics in Manhattan, NY.

Because Kayleigh wants people to truly heal, she provides no nonsense advice for what changes people need to make in their daily life in order to reclaim their health on every level.