David Berkshire, President
David Berkshire apprenticed with David Ford from 1998 – 2010, graduated from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in 2001 and participates in the annualg MAP seminar with Judy Worsley. Currently David balances time with his wife and 7 year old with a busy clinical practice, running 2 large integrative medical clinics, teaching full time in the Classical Chinese Medicine program at National College of Natural Medicine and serving the Worsley Institute as its newest Board of Trustees President. “I love Chinese Medicine and Worsley Acupuncture reflects the heart of our medicine and my hope is through example I can help others see the power of the simplicity of nature.”
Randi Savage, Vice President
Randi graduated from ITEA in 2006. She practices WFEA in Lafayette, CO and teaches/supervises at ITEA. Randi has extensive knowledge in Western and Functional Medicine as a nurse and previous massage therapist. She teaches QiGong. Randi serves as the Special Projects Porgram Director for the Worsley Institute. She recently organized a continuing education trip to Mongolia with Judy Worlsey. Randi has served on the board of AWB and serves as the Unit Coordinator for the first ever all acupuncture Medical Reserve Corp in Colorado, which she helped to create. She has years of experience in working and teaching in the field of Acupuncture and Trauma Recovery in Colorado and abroad. Randi is passionate about WFEA and holds high regard for the medicine. She is excited to serve on the board. Randi will continue to create/develop continuing education trips for WI.
Annette Sessions, M.D., Secretary
Annette Sessions currently resides in Rochester, NY, where she is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Urology at the University of Rochester. During this tenure, she experienced the power and beauty of Worsley Five-Element Acupuncture through the sharp end of the needle. In hopes of offering this medicine to her own patients, she studied this lineage of acupuncture through GLITCA, completing the requirements in 2009 and participating in the subsequent Master Apprentice Programs (MAP™). She now practices both WFEA and urology through the University. Prior education included earning an A.B. in French at Duke University (1989), a M.A. through Middlebury College’s school in France (1990), and a M.D. at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (1997). She completed her residency in Urologic Surgery at the University of Rochester, subsequently joining the Department of Urology.
Jan Blackmore studied at the Worsley Institute of Classical Acupuncture (WICA 1992) and the College of Traditional Acupuncture, UK (CTA 1993). From 1997 until 2004 she owned and directed a school teaching Worsley Five-Element Acupuncture. She currently practices in Gainesville, Florida. Her educational and marketing experience has served WI in the development of new products. She has been past editor of the Worsley Institute Newsletter, a participant in the Master Apprentice Program (MAP™) since 1997 and a teacher of Worsley Five-Element Acupuncture since 1994.
Daniel graduated from the Institute of Classical Five-Element Acupuncture in Santa Monica, CA, in 2002. He started practicing Worsley Acupuncture in Portland, OR in 2001 and now lives and practices in Boulder, Colorado. He has been a MAP™ participant since 2004 and joined the board in 2012. Daniel also enjoys web design and helping out with the Worsley Institute website. For more about Daniel, visit www.elementacupuncture.com.
Lisa graduated from the Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture (ITEA) in 2006 with her Masters in Acupuncture. She lives and works in McCall, Idaho at St. Luke’s McCall Integrative Medicine Clinic and in Boise, Idaho as an employee of the hospital system. More recently, Lisa obtained a Health Coaching certification from Wellcoaches, Inc. and also spends time working as a health coach for the employees of the St. Luke’s Health system. She is the Director of the Bear Basin Nordic Ski School in McCall and enjoys teaching all levels and styles of cross-country skiing. When there is no snow, she is out biking, running, gardening, rafting and kayaking with her husband Dan and two dogs in our beautiful “back yard” – the West Central Mountains of Idaho. Lisa’s organizational skills will bring the Worsley Institute’s online CEU program to fruition.
Judy Becker Worsley, J.D., D.Ac.
Gran Canaria, Spain
Adrienne Carlée, M.Ac.
Matthew Cetlinski, M.Ac.
Meriel Darby, M.Ac.
Kirsten Diesler, Dipl.-Kffr. Lic.Ac.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Eric Hartmann, M.Ac., B.S., DVM, M.Ac.
Lonny Jarrett, M.Ac., FNNAOM
Mary Ellen Klee, M.Ac., C.A., Dipl.Ac (NCCAOM)
Los Angeles, CA
Sandra Lillie, Adv.Lic.Ac. M.Ac., Dipl.Ac. (NCCAOM), B.A.
Certified in Elementary Education
Founder and President, Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture
Regina Miesch, M.Ac.
Diane McCormick, M.D.
Diplomate, American Board of Emergency Medicine
Diplomate, American Association of Medical Acupuncture
Toledo, Ohio 43623
Hilary Skellon,M.Ac.(UK), Dipl.Ac.(NCCAOM)
Director of ITEA
Photographer and Film Maker
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