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As each of us operates independently, we can offer our clients the ability to contact us directly. We do not have a central office contact number, so please call or email one of us directly. We are happy to provide you with additional information about our services, hours, and availability or schedule an appointment.

Health Coach: Jessica Hill Powell, NBC-HWC ·  (502) 276-7711 ·

Massage & Craniosacral Therapist, Herbalist: Erica Ware, LMT, CST ·  (502) 294-6108 · erica

Counseling Therapist: Julie Ciriano, LCSW ·  (502) 533-3764 ·

Private Yoga Instructor: Terra Santos, CYT, FMCHC ·  (502) 414-4110 ·

Biofeedback Specialist: Robin Aleksevitch, RN ·  (502) 419-9629 ·

Licensed Clinical Psychologist: Dr. Heather Bass ·  (502) 426-1234 ·

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Having support while taking on lifestyle change is often the difference between failure and success. Let's discuss your goals and find out if health coaching is right for you. 

Therapists are definitely not one-size-fits-all. Our skilled practitioners are highly specialized in their craft. 

Essential oils provide safe, natural alternatives to chemical and pharmaceutical products and are very effective in supporting mood.

Biofeedback helps to restore balance in your body through stress reduction protocols, muscle re-education, relaxation training, pain management and brainwave relaxation training. 

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Watch the latest video blog post, 3 ways to avoid major stress and potential failure when trying to make healthy lifestyle changes now and learn: 1. Why resisting the urge to overhaul your entire routine, eating plan, etc is the most important thing you can do, even if you're fed-up-to-here with yourself.  2. Why choosing to start with easy doesn't mean you're lazy; it means you're smart. 3. Why micro-goals can actually help get you healthier, faster. 

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