More About Aleya

I am a Licensed Acupuncturist in Colorado, a Doctor of Oriental Medicine in New Mexico, a sound healer, energy practitioner, spiritual guide, Reiki Master, and a Craniosacral practitioner.


I began my journey as a healer at a young age. In 1993 at the age of 21 I graduated from the Oregon School of Massage in Portland, Oregon and began my private practice. In 1994 I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in English from Lewis and Clark College.


In 1997 I graduated with a Master's degree in Oriental Medicine from The Southwest Acupuncture School in Santa Fe, New Mexico and moved to Telluride, Colorado where I started an Acupuncture practice. 


In 2001 I had an enlightenment experience that enabled me to work with people at a much deeper level. That same year I started the first holistic clinic in Telluride known as The Healing Company. 


In 2003 I opened an energy healing practice in Santa Barbara, CA and in Clovis, CA. 


I have the ability to see the unseen. My mastery is in having the capacity to perceive why people have created specific situations in their lives and what they are attempting to learn from these circumstances. 


I have an international private practice and have offices in Clovis and Carpinteria, California.


I teach all over the country inspiring and guiding individuals and groups into greater degrees of empowerment, abundance, and health. 


I live blissfully with my husband DOUG NOLL, and my dog Freckles, in Carpinteria, CA and also in our home in the Sierra Nevada.


I paddle board for fun and the dolphins swim next to me as I tone. I live a simple, quiet life. My greatest passion and joy is to share tools for growth and evolution, alleviate needless suffering, and bring happy tones and giggles to all that I do.


How I Do What I Do: (technically)


My Live Tele- Video TALL Cup and Deep Dive Sessions

I use the service Gravity Lab for my video streaming and Free Conference Call for the telephone service for conference calls.


My Water Sound Table

I built the table myself and put speakers under it.

I ordered the water bladder from Vinyl Technologies in Monrovia, CA.

More About The Sound Table

Audio Recordings

Step 1 - Be in a totally silent space. I have a meditation sound room.

Step 2 - I use the Apogee One interface and a high end mic. I record in 24 bit, .wav format (for the geeks out there, no offense).


Step 3 - I take the record directly into Logic on my Mac, unless I am working with my silly and hilarious Master Sound Engineer Robinson Eikenberry, or my music guru pianist, George Friedenthal. They use Logic and Pro Tools.


If I am traveling and I need to do a recording I do it with my Tascam Edirol recorder and a high end lavaliere microphone from Sweetwater.

The Edirol is a smaller and lighter recorder and easier to travel with in our little plane (my husband and I are both licensed pilots, but he is much better).


I am a tiny computer technology geek and love gear.