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Your Team

Your acupunks are licensed in the State of Idaho and have passed the NCCAOM board exams. They maintain annual continuing education credits per Idaho Acupuncture Board and are trained in proper needle technique. Your acupunks also have specialized training in treating in a community setting, practicing trauma-informed and culturally appropriate care, and always aim to give effective and empowering healthcare to all.


DaLyn Tolman Greer (she/her) | Front Desk

DaLyn has been getting acupuncture since 2010 after aggravating a chronic back injury that year. She looked for an alternative natural healing for the pain. Acupuncture did the trick and since then she’s been BAC’s biggest advocate.


"I believe in community acupuncture because plain and simple, it works and it’s affordable."


When DaLyn is not at BAC, she is camping, fishing or boating with her husband of 39 years, their 3 adult children, 2 grandchildren and her dog Sophie.

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Gretchen Huettig (she/her) | Licensed Acupuncturist

Gretchen Huettig has been practicing acupuncture since 2008. Gretchen enjoys being part of the healing process and empowering patients to heal themselves. She appreciates community acupuncture because of what it adds to health.


"Community acupuncture creates an environment of healing that breaks through the isolation of dis-ease and supports each other to achieve our greatest health."


When not needling people, Gretchen can be found running around with her two boys and husband, and often a cat or two. She enjoys the outdoors and connecting with nature.


Nathalie Johnson (she/her) | Front Desk

Nathalie started out at BAC as a patient coming in for chronic migraines. After coming in for over a year we asked her if she would be interested in working at the front desk and she has been here ever since!


"For me, community acupuncture is very empowering and comforting. Being surrounded by people who are all suffering in different ways, be that physically or mentally, and knowing you are not alone and that we can all help support and heal each other in our community"


When Nathalie is not at BAC, she enjoys doing yoga, working out, being in nature and spending time with her kids.


Stacey Kelsey (she/her) | Licensed Acupuncturist

Stacey has been an active licensed Acupuncturist since graduating from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in 2009. She loves being a part of people’s healing paths and assisting them as their body changes. 


"I believe in Community Acupuncture because it allows for more people to receive more relief."


When she’s not acupuncturing people, she’s often talking about acupuncturing people.  Stacey values spending time with friends and family, gardening, outdoors, and community events.


Shanell Rodriguez (she/her) | Licensed Acupuncturist

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Shanell has been getting acupuncture since she was a teenager. She received relief from a chronic foot problem that wasn't being helped by standard treatment. Since then, she's been consistently getting poked and eventually decided to learn how to poke others. She graduated from Five Branches University in 2015. 


"I am so grateful to be a part of this community and, with the help of our wonderful patients, be reminded everyday about the power of affordable, holistic health care."


When Shanell's not busy acupunking, you can find her in her garden, biking around town, enjoying live music, or in the woods with her love and their pup.

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