Carolee V Nevulis, RN
Reiki, Reflexology, Celiac Education, AIP Coaching
Carolee has a varied background ranging from Buddhist Psychology to Critical Care Nursing.
Over time she has adopted a transcultural approach to healing, drawing from a wide variety of body work, reflexology methods, and energy medicine. Carolee discovered holistic health at a young age in her quest to feel and be healthier. She suffered an array of health symptoms from Celiac (autoimmune disease), and found Reiki and Reflexology to help her feel relief, and decrease her stress. She developed a passion for the healing arts, and today practices Holistic Nursing, Reiki, Reflexology, Celiac Education, and AIP Coaching to help improve the health and wellness of others. Read more here…
Christal K. Whelan
ARCB Certified Reflexologist
Christal’s love of reflexology is rooted in her upbringing in Hawai’i with its abundant natural and cultural diversity. Her formal journey began at Harvard, and then at Brown, and eventually ended at Boston University for her Ph.D in anthropology. This training led her to study a wide variety of reflexology methods including Thai, Ayurvedic, and American Standard. Christal also spent time at John Hopkins Hospital as a medical interpreter for Japanese and Italian, and has an appreciation for the many aspects of healing.
Reiki, Energy Medicine
Shaelyn is a certified Reiki Practitioner. She initially sought out Reiki sessions as a way to help in her own journey with healing emotionally and physically. Quickly, she realized that she wanted to help others experience the incredible lightness and joy she felt every time she left a session. She understands that everyone is different, and on their own path to healing. She loves connecting with her clients, and intuitively adapting each session to their needs. Ultimately, Shaelyn wants to hold a space for you to find compassion, kindness, openness, and honesty.
Michaela Foulkes, LMT
Michaela has been a practicing massage therapist since graduating from the Bancroft School of Massage in 1999. Her massage has a bio-mechanical focus which is a direct result of mentoring received from a notable local Rolfer, as well as being in the fitness industry working primarily with kettlebells. Michaela’s focus is on creating change in the tissue as well as helping the client to unwind and reconnect with their bodies. Awareness is brought to strength, posture, movement habits as well as supportive behaviors that might be additionally helpful. Read more about Michaela at stillpointri.com