Executive Director /Founder
Malou G. Dusyn
Menla Training Teachers
Phil Weber, MD
Christoph Klonk, MD
Stan Baker Licensed Acupuncturist, Tai chi, Certified Master Instructor
Christoph Klonk, MD
Phil Weber, MD
Beth Reel, Mindful Eating & Life Coaching
Menla Holistic Health Founder
Holistic Counseling, Energy Therapy, Feng Shui and ONDAMED
Malou is a Psycho-Spiritual Counselor and Energy Medicine Therapist with a special emphasis in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Counseling. Her healing approach helps people transform long-held, negative belief patterns in order to release the cycle of emotional pain and disease. Malou also offers ONDAMED — pulsed electromagnetic field therapy that helps to radically transform diseases, illnesses, injuries and emotional trauma.
Malou’s contemplative, holistic approach to counseling and healing is rooted in a personal, lifelong practice of Tibetan Buddhism and mindfulness meditation. She is a Lay Buddhist Minister and a Certified Pastoral Counselor. Malou is a student of Tibetan, Indian and Chinese philosophy for many years, and has studied Buddhist Science of Mind with great masters from Tibet for over 30 years. As a result, her work is a synthesis of eastern, western, and contemporary approaches to personal and spiritual development.
Malou is the founder and executive director of the Menla Holistic Health Center in Hartford, Connecticut. She is also the co-director and co-founder of Hartford Karma Thegsum Choling Meditation and Study Center, an affiliate of Karma Triyana Dharmachakra Monastery and Retreat Center, and founder and spiritual director of the non-profit Tara Shedrup Dharma Center. Both centers support people in pursuing the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism and Buddhist meditation. Through Tara Shedrup, Malou is also founder and executive director of the Hartford Mindfulness Center, a secular community organization dedicated to enriching the lives of people through mindfulness teachings and the healing arts. Finally, Malou serves on the board of the Connecticut Center for Interreligious Understanding.
Phil Weber, MD, is a Senior Adjunct Faculty at Naropa University. He has served as clinical instructor in the Dept. of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado Medical Center, and medical consultant to the Task Force for Alternative Medicine of the National Institute of Health. He has practiced medicine for 33 years and is a Family physician in private practice in Boulder, Colorado.
Christoph Klonk, MD has practiced as a family physician in Germany for 30 years. He received a 3-year training in Medical Psychotherapy at the North Rhine – Westphalian Medical Academy in Düsseldorf. Germany; and a 3-year course in Contemplative Psychology in Koln.
Stan Baker graduated from Kototoma Institute in New Mexico and has been practicing Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine for over 25 years. He is passionate about helping clients tap into their “vital energy” to alleviate pain and suffering. Many people turn to Stan with difficult cases, and he specializes in prompting the body to heal itself. Acupuncture can treat a number of symptoms and ailments, including neurological, muscular-skeletal and digestive issues.
During the early 1970’s, Stan became interested in Oriental Medicine, Eastern Philosophy and Mind-body practices. Upon graduating from Acupuncture school in 1983, he started an Acupuncture practice in New Mexico. In 1985 he opened practices in Springfield, Massachusetts and in Connecticut. Over the past almost three decades he has been researching and continuing his education in various styles of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine. He has also completed the Kanpo program in Herbal Medicine.
Stan Baker’s interests in the healing art forms of Qi Gong lay well beyond the average Oriental Healing Practitioner. He is a avid practitioner and master instructor of Chen Tai Chi with ongoing weekly classes. He is also a instructor/practitioner, with a Black Belt, in the defensive art form of Aikido since 1980. He is a instructor/practitioner of Sun Do Mountain Yoga since 1986 and is also a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism.
Beth Reel is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) who has been studying and practicing yoga, meditation, mindful eating, and mindful living for over ten years. Beth holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford, Connecticut and received professional training through the University of California, San Diego, Center for Mindfulness. Beth also holds a certificate in Energy Medicine, Reiki, and is an Energy Leadership Index™ Master Practitioner (ELI-MP).
Beth’s focus is on helping women transform their relationship with food, their body, and ultimately their life. Using the latest coaching techniques and body centered mindfulness practices, Beth helps women discover the journey of the heart.
For more information, please call: (860) 214-9164 or visit www.bethreelcoaching.com.