Hi, my name is Sandy and I am a Quantum Biofeedback Practitioner, Reiki Master….. and now introducing Polychromatic Light Therapy, an exciting new non-invasive therapy to help reduce pain and speed healing. I received my certification through the Heiwa Center of Mineral City, Ohio. I also have three associate degrees in science, business, retail and a certified dietary manager’s license. I know this sounds like a mixed up array of interests but I was always searching for what I was going to be when I grew up. Read more here.
Hi, my name is Cassandra.I am a licensed radiology technologist and a licensed massage therapist. I have now been a licensed massage therapist for over 20 years. I enjoy working in this field and helping others to relieve their pain. I offer relaxation and therapeutic massage, migraine therapy, carpal-tunnel therapy, neuromuscular therapy, pelvic stabilization and sports massage. Read More Here
Licensed Massage Therapist and Reiki teacher, Theresa Roys, embodies a wide-ranging career in the Healing Arts. Her knowledge, training, and innate skills have made her a valued teacher at the Ohio College of Massotherapy and at Harmony Path School of Massage. She has the wisdom, learning, and information needed to gently treat many common conditions, using non-invasive techniques. Read More Here
I graduated with honors from The Ohio College of Massotherapy in Akron Ohio and began my career working in a manual based, alternative physical therapy practice. At The Center for the Healing Arts I offer: Swedish Massage for general stress relief Chi Nei Tsang Chronic Pelvic Pain Bodywork and Massage Read More Here
I am a licensed acupuncturist who received her training at Ongiara College of Acupuncture and Moxibustion in Ontario, Canada. I am board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NACCAOM) and am licensed by the State Medical Board of Ohio. Acupuncture addresses imbalances on all levels – physical, mental, and emotional. Its vast capacity to reach and support the whole of a person is what inspires me to work with this ancient form of medicine.Read More Here
My name is Lia, I am a sophomore at Kent State University hoping to major in History. I work part time at the Center for the Healing Arts answering the phones, giving tours, checking patients in and assisting our therapists in daily activities. In my free time I enjoy reading, walking my three dogs and spend time with my family and friends.