Side by Side: Arts Alliance of Clear Lake and Houston Area Fiber Artists (2006) Gallery Show and Merit Award Winner
Taos Wool Festival (2006) 1st place, blanket.
Taos Wool Festival (2016) 1st place Wall Hanging, Most Creative
North American Veterinary Conference: AAVA Track. January 15th, 2012
Treating Liver Disease, Equine Anhidrosis, Improving your TCVM Exam, Finding the Diagnosis, Case Report: Treating a case of Equine Headshaking
American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture Annual Conference March 2-4, 2012
Diagnosing Equine Endocrinopathies in the TCVM Paradigm, Diagnosing Small Animal Endocrinopathies in the TCVM Paradigm, Experimenting with 2 Needle Acupuncture Treatment (Equine), Experimenting with 2 Needle Acupuncture Treatment (Small Animal)
North American Veterinary Conference: AAVA track. January 19-23, 2013
Points Beyond Basic, Glomerular Nephritis Case, Two-Needle Acupuncture Techniques in the Equine
International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (Florence, Italy) September 24-27, 2014
TCVM and the mitochondria
Canadian Oriental Medical Symposium, March 26-29, 2015
CNYACE Lecture: Topics in Complementary/Integrative Medicine November 12, 2015
TCVM and the Mitochondria, Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine: Who, What, Where to Refer
Basic herbal prescriptions for digestive disorders, Effect of therapies on the mitochondria and microbiome, Mitochondria in health and disease
Midwest Veterinary Conference 2022 (Columbus, Ohio) February 17, 2022
Acupuncture- Does that work? Who says?, Acupuncture at the level of the Cell, Chinese herbal medicine at the level of the cell, Introduction to Channel Theory 1, Introduction to Channel Theory 2, You fixed THAT with Chinese Medicine?
Married to Joseph Mezher 2006- No children- but married/adopted into a large Lebanese family with lots of nephews and nieces.
2 dogs-Ben (his own breed) born in 2012 and Kuda (Rhodesian Ridgeback) born in 2022
4 cats- Sam, Kitty, Henry and Bea
Many, many chickens
Technician and Technical Support
Annalea currently lives in Aiken, South Carolina. She has worked in veterinary medicine since 1989 in private practices (small, equine and mixed) as well as at Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine in a variety of areas in both the small and large animal clinics. Since 2005, she has worked with Dr. Patricia Baley whose practice is limited to Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. Annalea is certified by the Chi Institute to practice veterinary tui-na (a form of bodywork that follows TCVM principles).
Annalea is a life-long horsewoman. She has an Icelandic Horse, Hafpyrnir frá Oddhóli, better known as Happy, who she boards at a private barn. She and Happy study dressage together and also enjoy trail riding. Annalea lives with the very best pug dog in the world, Tutu Faye.
Annalea's current interests include equine and human biomechanics. She has had weeklyAlexander Technique sessions since the fall of 2021.