Veronica Boske of Ameyal Holistic Health inspires her clients to study, train, and work for the healthy life they want. Her health and weight loss coaching programs aim to help clients of all ages and fitness levels improve their overall wellness by following customized fitness plans, preparing nutritious recipes, and setting realistic goals. Instead of focusing on dietary changes or exercise regimes alone, she analyzes every aspect of a client's life, from their stress level to their sleep patterns to how many life-size donuts they run into on their way to work.
During coaching sessions, Boske draws upon the experience she gained in the Health Coach Training Program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. There, she studied more than 100 dietary theories, practical lifestyle management techniques, and coaching methods. She also learned from a number of well-known wellness experts, including Dr. Deepak Chopra and Dr. Walter Willett, Chair of Nutrition at Harvard University.
At Dunsky Rehabilitation and Spine Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Joshua Dunsky applies a whole person approach to each of his patients. Instead of treating them based solely on their x-rays or relation to Stretch Armstrong, he inquires about lifestyle habits and diet to gain a full picture of health. From there, he recommends treatments that can include nonsurgical spinal decompression, massages, or corrective exercises. To accommodate busy schedules, the center offers morning hours and stays open until 7 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
We help men, women, children and infants where traditional medicine has not helped completely. We will develop a program for you to address how to find relief from chronic pain, gastrointestinal and hormonal issues. If you need to find ways to find relief from stress and have a good night of sleep try holistic healing.
Dr. Yi Luo’s grandfather spent his 97 years of life helping those with medical needs. And for the past 15 years, Dr. Luo has continued his legacy by healing patients with alternative therapies, such as cupping, tui na massage, noninsertion acupuncture, and herbal medicine.
Marisa Fanelli's first close-up encounter with Western medicine was at the age of 17, when her mother fell ill, and it was riddled with disappointments. Misdiagnoses, ineffective medications and surgeries, and most importantly, doctors' apathy toward her mother's personal well-being, discouraged Marisa. But her negative experience with modern medicine culminated in something positive: an exploration of acupuncture. At Healing Point Therapeutics, Marisa not only uses acupuncture to heal her clients mentally and physically, but she also offers other treatments in the same vein. These treatments include hypnotherapy—which she sometimes blends with acupuncture—cupping, and Gua Sha, a massage-like practice.
The connection between Beth Ferruccio's and Meg Francis's work is as intuitive as the connection between body and mind. Beth, a yoga teacher of six years certified in Yogafit, teaches body-strengthening poses for students at different stages of their lives, whether they're silver foxes or moms-to-be. Meg, on the other hand, uses her sonorous voice to coax minds into relaxed meditation. Her lilting mantras help with feelings as mundane as everyday stress or as devastating as grief. Within the stone-walled haven of Breathe Wellness studio, the pair work together from opposite ends of the wellness spectrum to bring balance to lives of clients.