Annie MacMillan
Shiatsu and Reiki Practitioner, Yoga Instructor

Annie MacMillan has a professional background in the field of Public Health where she learned that good health requires a balance of the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of one’s life. Her search for ways to find and maintain this balance led her to holistic practices such as yoga and bodywork, which she regularly incorporates into her life. Like the ripple effect of a pebble thrown into water, Annie believes that even small shifts towards balance can have a far-reaching impact in how one interacts with the world around them.

Shiatsu and Reiki Practitioner
Annie graduated from the Acupressure Therapy Institute in April, 2008. She is trained in the Usui system of Reiki and completed her Reiki Master certification in September 2011. Her treatments will promote a feeling of balance and deep relaxation, leaving you better able to meet the challenges of your world. Annie also offers magnet therapy, moxibustion, and cupping.

Yoga Teacher
Annie graduated from the Yoga of Energy Flow Teacher Training taught by Daniel Orlansky and Liz Owen. Annie teaches a vinyasa style yoga flow that combines breath and movement with correct alignment to encourage opening of the energetic pathways of the body. Instruction is designed to meet the client’s current ability level and to work toward desired goals.

Annie also offers Yoga Nidra, a deeply relaxing, guided practice that allows you to rest, recharge, rebalance and integrate all the levels of your being. A Yoga Nidra session includes some gentle restorative movement, after which you simply lie down and listen.

Master of Public Health, Epidemiology, University of Massachusetts

Certificate in Acupressure Shiatsu – Acupressure Therapy Institute Quincy, MA

200 hour Yoga Teacher Training – Yoga of Energy Flow, taught by Daniel Orlansky and Liz Owen

Licenses and Certifications

AOBTA – Certified Practitioner by the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia

Yoga Alliance – Registered Yoga Teacher, 200 hour

Annie Macmillan