Anjuli George, M.Ac (Candidate), Systems Constellations Facilitator, RYT 200-hr

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I first learned about healing from my grandma. She has had an inspiring Ayurvedic, Yogic and contemplative practice for more than 50 years. I have the absolute privilege of learning from my amazing mother and am so grateful for our collaboration and partnership, especially in our Monthly Yurt Constellations From my family and education, I have learned an expansive definition of health that encompassed connection to nature, self-awareness and care, the power of community, the honor in being of service, and ongoing and profound relationship with the Divine Source of Life. I am always looking to layer and synthesize healing paradigms, and often find organic exchanges between the following modalities and more.


Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine:

I am currently working towards a Master’s of Acupuncture at Maryland University of Integrative Health (formerly TAI Sophia). Our study focuses on Constitutional Five Element Acupuncture from the Worsley Tradition, which offers a powerful approach to addressing the root of dis-ease, in order to bring a person’s systems back into internal harmony and natural rhythms. Treatments are highly individualized and can address imbalances at the Body, Mind, and Spirit Level. Treatments use acupuncture, moxibustion, Asian bodywork, wellness coaching, and dietary therapy to address a wide variety of acute and chronic conditions. 

I am now accepting patients as a clinical intern at MUIH’s Natural Care Center on Wednesday evenings anytime after 3:30pm.
To learn more or to schedule an appointment, please email  
Natural Care Center
Maryland University of Integrative Health
7750 Montpelier Rd, Laurel, MD



Since the first time I ever partook in Family Constellations work, I remember thinking “Wow, I hope this is something I never get over.” And I really haven’t. I’ve been lucky enough to have been involved with constellations work for the past seven years and am humbled to now facilitate of this work. I did my first facilitator training with Francesca Mason Boring in 2015, and am currently taking her training a second time. This training covers Family Constellations work as well as applications in Organization and Nature Constellations.



The word “Yoga” comes from the Sanskrit root “Yuj”, which means “to yoke” or “to unite”. My practice of Yoga has been the meeting place for some of the most profound connections and re-connections with in myself and with the Divine. When I honor my body as my primary condition for being here on Earth, things just seem to go more smoothly…
I completed a 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training at Thrive Yoga in 2013 and have taught in several studios in the area. I have been blessed to study with many different teachers and have exposure to many different approaches to Yoga. With thanks to Shiva Rea and Marie Garre for teachings on Ayurvedic principles and an Elemental Yoga practice. With thanks to Machelle Lee for sharing her passion for Yin Yoga. With deep thanks to Gaura Vani and Gopi Kinnicutt for generous sharing of the Bhaki Path of devotioAsana Prayer Anjulin and chanting. With ongoing gratitude to my teachers at Katonah Yoga, including founder, Nevine Michaan, Abby Galvin, and Eva Giorgi.
My teaching is always evolving as I continue to learn and study, and as of now is heavily influenced by Katonah Yoga, which brilliantly synthesizes Daoist Theory, Yogic practice and Sacred Geometry. Katonah Yoga bring these ancient and natural laws to life with exquisite attention, structural soundness, rigorous repetition, and intelligent pattern. To learn more about Katonah Yoga, please visit their website .
I currently teach private and group classes and workshops in the Yurt . To be kept in the loop about ongoing offerings and workshops, please email