About Us

Scott Moylan has over 20 years in the Chinese arts. He started training in martial arts when he was 18 years old and his love of movement and health brought him to study Oriental medicine at the New York College For Health Professions where he received a masters degree of science in Oriental medicine.  Scott has also studied in China, taking an advanced course in acupuncture and herbs at the International Training Center in Guang Zhou.

Scott and his wife, Barbara, started Elements of Healing in 2003 and have seen it grow into the healing center that it is today.  Scott now runs the clinic and sees patients between Wednesdays and Saturdays. He has also been teaching and running the Massage Therapy program for 10 years.

Scott also likes to compete in triathlons and you may see him swimming, biking, or running around Vermont when he is not at his clinic or with his beautiful family.


Carrie Abair began her study of oriental medicine in 2005 at Elements of Healing with herbal medicine. She then went on to study Shiatsu and Amma therapy. In 2007 She began her apprenticeship in acupuncture.

Carrie is now licensed to practice acupuncture in the state of Vermont and is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in acupuncture and Chinese Herbology.

Carrie also has a background in yoga, kung fu and qi gong and has had several years experience teaching these physical arts. She enjoys bringing this knowledge of the body to her clients as she helps them regain balance.

Elements of Healing is proud to host Carrie of Abair Acupuncture. Carrie will be starting November 5th on Mondays and Tuesdays.  She can be reached at (802) 999-9717 to schedule an appointment.