Shànt Wellness is a holistic wellness studio located in Apopka FL and proudly serving the Apopka, Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Maitland and Orlando area.
Through the use of gentle wellness programs and organic body treatments, we aim to help your body reach optimum health.
After feeling the pain-relieving effects of acupuncture firsthand, Mehrafrouz “Ladan” R. Foradi resolved to study nutrition, acupuncture, and Oriental medicine, eventually putting her skills to work at her own acupuncture practice. Foradi consults with clients next to the earth-toned walls of her treatment rooms, explaining how acupuncture works to treat issues such as neck and pack pain, inflammation, arthritis, and needle deficiency. Soft classical music puts patients at ease before Foradi carefully inserts individually wrapped, disposable needles into acupuncture points. Foradi also offers other treatments to complement the effects of acupuncture, such as cupping, Tuina, and homeopathic injections.
Holistic wellbeing requires a balanced approach to healthcare that addresses physical as well as mental maladies. A Holistic Health Practitioner, Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Personal Trainer, Phyleischa Owen takes this sort of approach with her clients. Doing so, she attempts to treat not just their symptoms but the underlying causes behind peoples’ problems. Swedish, deep-tissue, and sports massages help by relieving muscular strain, and Phyleischa’s needleless acupuncture sessions target the energetic imbalances that can contribute to anxiety, chronic pain, and depression. She also gives clients the education they need to live healthier lifestyles outside the studio, offering nutrition and fitness consultations.
When Michelle J. Alley decided to expand her career in massage to include holistic therapies such as acupuncture and Oriental medicine, she didn't just enroll in a local school. She hopped on a plane to Tokyo, where she studied Toyo Hari—a specialized form of acupuncture—under 40 of its senior practitioners. Back in America, she now serves as a member of the Toyo Hari Association's North American contingent.
At her wellness clinic, Altamonte Acupuncture, Michelle administers a vast range of services that integrates both massage and acupuncture. Other treatments include gua sha cupping therapy and reflexology, which, like acupuncture, are focused on improving whole-body function by boosting circulation and clearing stagnant energy. Because her services can ease the symptoms of a wide variety of ailments, loyal clients include everyone from athletes with chronic soreness to war veterans with injury-related pain.
Dr. Steven Levine is something of a local healthcare celebrity. For nearly 10 years, he hosted a radio show called "Back to Health," covering chiropractic topics and educating Orlando listeners on how to overcome common aches and pains. But it's not his notoriety that stands out most—Nor even his more than 30 years of experience in the chiropractic field. Mostly, Dr. Levine prides himself as a diagnostician talented in locating his patents' sources of pain.
For his entire career, Dr. Levine has taken the greater missions of the chiropractic practice to heart, attending 100-hour post-graduate programs that deal with diagnosing and monitoring various types of spinal issues. He's equally passionate about treating those issues without the use of drugs. Once he's deduced the source of his patient's pain during examinations, he corrects them with gentle spinal adjustments that require no drugs, needles, or yelling.
The husband-wife duo behind Beyond Chiropractic is devoted to treating the three primary bringers of disease?traumas, toxins, and negative thoughts. They do this through lifestyle advice, spinal adjustments, and nutritional counseling, and by treating each patient as a whole person, instead of just a collection of symptoms and state quarters. A mother herself, Doctor of Chiropractic Danielle Silberstein-Clarke takes a special interest in prenatal and pediatric care, whereas Doctor of Chiropractic Roy Clarke holds additional training in scoliosis correction techniques.