Dusty Bodeen, LMT, LAc, MAcOM
Dusty Bodeen LMT, LAc MAcOM is an Oregon State licensed Acupuncturist, Herbalist, Massage Therapist and former Eastern Bodywork teacher at East West College of the Healing Arts in Portland, Oregon. He is also the founder of Epiphany Acupuncture, LLC where he teaches the Energetics of Acupressure and mentors bodyworkers from around the country.
Dusty earned his Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. Before attaining his Master’s he received a Massage Therapy Certificate from East West College of the Healing Arts and holds an undergraduate degree in Theater Arts from the University of Oregon. For the last twelve years Dusty has also studied Gene Keys which is a personal liberation system that unlocks powerful traits hidden within our DNA. Dusty uses his enthusiasm for personal growth to inspire and guide his patients.
Many experiences and teachers have shaped Dusty’s eclectic approach to healing. Most recently, Dusty has studied and practiced with world-renowned 5 Element Acupuncture teacher, Dr. David Ford. Dusty’s main focus is to help patients resolve inner conflict and offer a roadmap to their fullest potential. In helping his patients release blockages and understand their personal landscape the body begins to heal itself and symptoms naturally fade away.
In his practice, Dusty has seen 5 Element Chinese Medicine transform lives and change long standing physical, emotional, and mental pain patterns in sometimes very few treatments.
As an experienced connective tissue bodyworker and traditionally trained Acupuncturist Dusty can also treat acute pain issues, headaches, neuropathy, digestive issues and much more.
In his free time, Dusty is a musician, composing original music for guided meditations, educational experiences, and conscious hip hop. Music has played an important part in Dusty’s growth and he enjoys combining his passion for Chinese Medicine with the arts.
Dusty grew up in Springfield, OR and is extremely excited to return home to share his passion for healing with his hometown.