Guillaume J. Vincent
Through his self-development, clinical practice and research, he observed and learned about specific behavioral and somatic traits, that if consciously accessed, polished, unmasked and/or transformed, deliver a source of power for individuals to live inspiring and meaningful lives. Throughout his research he coined the metaphore “streaming” as the operant (see image below) allowing unobservable patterns from a non linear dynamical system (chaos theory – how we understand the universe to operate) to become observable events. In this context patterns are attractors, some very powerful and some very weak, that, when identified, selected, somatically integrated and/or released, give access to a critical point (“where the least force exerts the greatest effort”, D. R. Hawkins) that streams natural power. His research is inspired by the works of Dr. Victor Frankl, Dr. David R. Hawkins, Bill Plotkins, Neville Goddard, Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, Bert Hellinger, Charles Eisenstein amongst others, as well as the philosophical texts of the Tao Te Ching and Bhagavad Gita.
Guillaume integrates his engineering, management and facilitation experience to personal development and holistic medicine to implement programs and trainings, systems and cultures that benefit performance, leadership, personal growth and well-being. He runs a clinical practice part-time.
He believes that performance is directly influenced by authenticity, meaning and well-being. He states that by developing cultures that support individuals with their communication, mindfulness, search for meaning and leadership, we create fulfilling environments that extract creativity, connectedness and performance.
Passionate about new technologies he started his career leading aeronautics and aerospace engineering projects for NASA, MIT and DASSAULT Aviation, then managed the engineering department at Mattman Specialty Vehicles in San Diego, CA. As an entrepreneur, Guillaume launched, in 2006, Holitistic Health by Guillaume Vincent, a massage therapy business serving spas and private individuals. In 2009, he founded with his spouse, Chanelle Macnab, Soul emBody LLP, a partnership serving the community with acupuncture, natural herbal medicine, massage therapy and personal development. In 2011, Guillaume and Chanelle founded Transformation Streaming, coaching and consulting corporations and individuals in the field of human performance, wellness and personal development.
During his time in acupuncture school, Guillaume completed a two-year depth psychology & body energetics program from Matrix Light Institute. He also participated in the first year-long Systemic/Family Constellation training program offered by Scott Bader in San Diego, CA.
Guillaume is the founder and lead facilitator at Transformation Streaming. His programs and trainings are developed around kinesthetic learning. He enjoys writing and poetry. He is a big skiing and mountain biking fan, and loves a good sweat.
Guillaume’s clinical and private practice experience includes Sports Injury and Family Health in San Diego, California and Telluride, Colorado. Today he is established in Austin, Texas. He trained and specialized in orthopedic acupuncture and the use of motor points for the treatment of sports/musculoskeletal injuries at the UCSD sports training center. He offered end of life care and treatments of signs and symptoms of terminally ill patients at the San Diego Hospice & San Diego’s Rady’s Children Hospital where he also practiced in the pain management department. Guillaume treated HIV patients at the UCSD HIV Owen’s Clinic and offered geriatric acupuncture at San Diego’s Seniors Clinic.
Guillaume is also a massage therapist and incorporates his bodywork experience (deep tissue, sports massage, tui na and relaxation techniques) in his treatments.
Guillaume Vincent earned his Master’s of Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, California. He is certified as Diplomate in Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and is licensed in Texas. This includes certification in Acupuncture / Clean Needle Technique and Chinese Herbology.