Beyond the Pines

\\ A Flagstaff Wellness Collective //

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ABOUT US

Beyond the Pines is a wellness collective founded by psychologists, Cody Bayles and Dan Phillips. It exists to promote connection in service of human and planetary thriving. Read below to learn more about our vision, mission, and purpose.

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The Vision.

To promote connection in service of human and planetary thriving.

The Mission.

To create an inclusive culture of wellness based on connection to self, others, and the natural world.

The Purpose.

To produce connection to self, others, and the natural world through respect, dignity, and obligation to ourselves, neighbors, future generations, and the planet that sustains us.

Our Values.

Environmental Sustainability

Progressive Innovation

Holistic Mind Body Connection

Gritty Persistence

Intuitive Creativity

"Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
there is a field. I’ll meet you there."

- Excerpt from "A Great Wagon" by Rumi

The Origin.

Beyond the Pines came about from discussions around shared values between its founders while they were running trails in Flagstaff, AZ.  Those shared values include environmental sustainability, progressive innovation, mindful connection, gritty persistence, and intuitive creativity, which led to ideas for how to promote connection to self, others, and the natural world.  Those ideas progressed into a vision, mission, and purpose in the broad field of wellness and specifically in the field of mental health with three prongs to the collective including counseling services, the podcast, and the wellness network.

 

The name Beyond the Pines is important to the overall make-up of the collective. This name was derived from the song titled, "Beyond the Pines" by Thrice, which was influenced by the Rumi poem, "A Great Wagon." In each of these pieces, the artists speak to finding a place where we can end divisions created in our minds and find satisfaction in the gray by acknowledging and becoming open to life as it is. At the center of these works is a message related to connection and acceptance, which is why we chose to use the word collective in our name. We intend to connect with ourselves and anyone willing to join us in the place Beyond the Pines.

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Beyond the Pines.

606 N. Beaver St.

Flagstaff, AZ 86001