Who we are

Kyle Williams M.Ac, L.Ac, Dipl.Ac

Kyle served three years active duty in the U.S. Army from 1998-2001 and returned looking for a career where he could combine his passion for working with people and using his hands. In 2001, Kyle discovered massage therapy after returning to his home in Little Rock, AR, and he began his journey with a rigorous 500 hour certification course. He passed the Arkansas state massage licensing board exam in 2002 and became a licensed massage therapist. Since this designation, Kyle has taken over 2,100 additional hours of massage therapy training.

Discovering a new passion in 2003, Kyle started practicing yoga and has been training alongside some of Pennsylvania’s best yoga teachers. He finished his Registered Yoga Teacher certification from East Eagle Yoga, Kyle is a member of Yoga Alliance, the premier regulating body for yoga teachers. In 2014, Kyle trained with internationally renowned teacher Mark Stephens for his advanced level 500 yoga teacher training.

Kyle earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Health Science from West Chester University in May 2010, and he finished his Master’s Degree in Acupuncture from the Won Institute of Graduate Studies in 2013. Kyle has the highest level of certification for acupuncture according to the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Kyle practices an array of acupuncture and massage techniques, and he tailors a treatment program to the specific needs of his patients. Kyle specializes in pain management, sports injury, rehabilitation, pre-natal, post-natal, fertility, migraines, and many other disharmonies.

Kyle started his post-graduate certificate in Chinese Herbal Medicine in 2015 at the Won Institute of Graduate Studies. He graduated the two year program in August of 2017. He is waiting for the processing of paperwork to sit for his national exam in Chinese Herbal Medicine. In April of 2017, Kyle started his Doctoral journey at the Atlantic School of Oriental Medicine, in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. He decided to change directions in July, 2017 and visited the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, Ca. He was accepted into the program, in July 2017, and will be starting his dual specialization Clinical Doctorate (Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, DAOM) program in pain management and gynecology in September 2017. The Doctorate program meets once a month over the course of 25 months and he will travel between San Francisco, Ca, and Media, PA, for classes.