Audra Whatley received her Bachelor of Science in genetics from Texas A&M University, after which she worked in medical research facilities creating diagnostics and vaccines for allopathic medicine. After a lifetime of battling allergies and sinus problems of her own, she found relief using alternative medicine. She then chose to attend a school for alternative medicine instead of a traditional medical school.
Audra earned her Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from the American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Houston, Texas. This four-year program consists of 2,600 hours of education including 870 hours of clinical practice and 420 hours of herbology. She is certified as a Diplomate in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as a Diplomate in Chinese Herbology by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). This includes certification in Clean Needle Technique, Acupoint location and Chinese Herbology. Audra has been a practicing acupuncturist since 2003.
Since her research years, Audra has remained fascinated with and kept an eye on new research that integrates genetics, nutrition and holistic healing. She recently received a post graduate certification in Functional Medicine and enjoys the broader range of practice that this allows.
Morgaine Brockman is a Licensed Acupuncturist in Texas as well as a Nationally Board-Certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by the NCCAOM. Growing up, she practiced martial arts and would always use alternative therapies to achieve wellness. These experiences led to her finding the calling to help others in the same way through the use of acupuncture, herbs, supplements, qigong and other modalities.
Since earning her Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Austin Texas, Morgaine has been helping patients achieve balance in life by finding the root cause of their conditions. It is her belief that the body has the ability to heal itself and restore wellbeing when it is in a balanced state. Morgaine treats each patient with compassion and care, and she is committed to being a part of each patient’s journey to wellness.
Mayza Clark is passionate about helping women move beyond their challenges in order to become more empowered & connected in their lives. She approaches her work from a state of joyful contribution.
She implements diverse energy modalities that are directed to uplift and connect women to their authentic selves, which allows them to realize their full potential and thrive in life and in their careers.
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After spending 15 years in the corporate arena and a life changing motorcycle accident, Alicia started the journey of holistic living with essential oils. She is a proponent of healthy eating and lifestyle. Alicia is a valued member of the Be Zen family, and keeps us organized and things running smoothly.
When Alicia isn’t working at Be Zen Holistic Wellness Center, she and her husband are very involved in a dachshund rescue, actively foster and help find permanent homes for dachsies who need a another chance at a happy life. They teach emotional support and overall wellness for dogs and their humans using essential oils.