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Myofunctional Therapy Phoenix

We provide Myofunctional therapy and Buteyko Breathing as a non-invasive, holistic, approach to improve quality of life. We assist in collaborative treatment of mouth breathing, tongue thrust, support and screening for tongue and lip-ties for all ages, C-PAP alternatives, TMJ pain, frequent headaches, and facial pain. Our mission is to provide individualized therapy with care and love in a supportive setting.

Myofunctional therapist, Kelley Quolas, Phoenix, AZ, myofunctional therapy

Kelley Quolas

BS, RDH, MT, Buteyko Breathing Practitioner, TOTS Trained

Kelley is an Arizona native and a US Army veteran. She has been serving the valley in the pediatric field since 1996. Having worked with children, and special needs individuals; she provides a loving touch. She is a licensed dental hygienist and had extensive training in the world of myofunctional therapy and the practice of Buteyko. She prides herself on keeping up to date in current research and therapy modalities to benefit her patients. Her favorite thing about being an orofacial myologist is the connection and relationships she develops with each patient. In her spare time, she loves to learn, be active, travel, and spend time with her partner, children, and many nieces and nephews. She loves corgi dogs!

Myofunctional therapist, Marci Gill, Phoenix, AZ, myofunctional therapy

Marci Gill

BS, COM, Buteyko Breathing  Practitioner

Marci Gill has worked in the Phoenix area for over 25 years. She has extensive training with children, teens, adults and seniors in oral therapy. Her work helps to achieve health and wellbeing for the entire body. She received her Bachelors of Science degree form Northern Arizona University in Public Health. Her degree experience includes teaching at the Phoenix College of Dental Hygiene and her residency as a therapist at White Memorial Hospital Pain Clinic in Los Angeles and in her own private practice. She enjoys spending her time continuing to learn, and also time with her family, as well as doing Tai-Chi.

Myofunctional therapist, Sarah Lewallen, Phoenix, AZ, myofunctional therapy

Sarah Lewallen


Sarah is a native of AZ and grew up in Glendale. She is married and has 2 children. Sarah has been in dentistry for 15 years, the last 12 being spent as a dental hygienist. She currently splits her professional time between clinical hygiene, as adjunct clinical faculty with the dental hygiene program at Phoenix College, and helping people live their best lives through myofunctional therapy. When not working, Sarah's main passions are working out (weight lifting in particular), hiking, reading, baking, crafting, and spending time outdoors.

Myofunctional therapist, Audrey McFarland, Gilbert, AZ, myofunctional therapy

Audrey Mcfarland


Audrey is a myofunctional therapist with a passion for making therapy supportive, engaging, and fun! Her goal as a therapist is to provide her patients with the necessary education, assistance, and encouragement in reaching their maximum abilities. Audrey has over 20 years of experience as a licensed dental hygienist in family and pediatric practice and received her training in Myofunctional Therapy through the International Association of Orofacial Myology. Her interest in myofunctional therapy began when her own children began orthodontic treatment and her eyes were opened to the many health consequences related to myofunctional disorders. She considers herself a life-long learner and strives to continuously increase her knowledge to help others improve their health and well-being. Audrey loves hiking, camping, and playing various sports with her husband and four children but also relishes quiet time and reading. 

We have been trained in the modalities of myofunctional therapy and have combined over 40 years in the dental field caring for patients. We feel you or your child is a special individual and will provide individualized care to meet your needs.