Rachel Durchslag

Rachel Durchslag

Comment(s) July 15, 2014

“I moved to Asheville in the winter of 2013 after spending seven years running an anti-human trafficking organization in Chicago. My time in the nonprofit world was amazingly rewarding, and I worked with an incredible staff who did all they could to end sexual exploitation in our city. Though the meaningfulness of our work helped to sustain […]Read More

Natasha Ellis

Natasha Ellis

Comment(s) February 9, 2016

“Natasha Ellis is a naturally, easy-going person with a youthful spirit and an old soul that is full of personal wisdom. Professionally, she has many interests that she cultivated over the years including becoming a Certified Broadcast Media Artist, Stand Up Comic, Acting, Peer Support Specialist, and a Recovery Coach. However, the primary interest that leads […]Read More

Lisa Erickson

Lisa Erickson

Comment(s) August 9, 2012

“Lisa Erickson is an energy worker specializing in women’s energetics and sexual trauma healing. Her primary work is chakra-based, incorporating guided visual and somatic exercises for gently healing and transforming obstructive energetic and emotional patterns. She is also a certified mindfulness meditation instructor and Feeding Your Demons facilitator and incorporates both into her work. Sessions […]Read More

Melissa Farran

Melissa Farran

Comment(s) July 6, 2012

“I am a licensed acupuncturist in Chicago, Illinois. I practice a unique and effective style of acupuncture called Five-Element Acupuncture. I am dedicated to providing a supportive and safe healing environment and specialize in working with my clients to help them achieve their full potential physically, mentally, and spiritually. By treating the whole person – body, mind, […]Read More

Ulla Frederiksen

Ulla Frederiksen

Comment(s) March 21, 2015

“Ulla Frederiksen is a Limited License Psychologist (since 1993) and founded her private practice, The Sundance Center, in 2001. She was certified in 2001 by the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association and obtained her advanced certification in 2009. In addition to her private practice, Ulla is also a certified trainer for EAGALA. Her education is […]Read More

Mark Gerow

Mark Gerow

Comment(s) November 19, 2015

“Mark Gerow is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher certified in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. He uses Emotional Freedom Technique, trauma-sensitive tools based on Somatic Experiencing, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga as well as Tension + Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) and various meditation and breath techniques to help clients manage anxiety, pain relief, triggers, insomnia and other symptoms. He is […]Read More

Kate Graham

Kate Graham

Comment(s) September 21, 2015

“Kate Graham specializes in yoga-as-therapy and psychotherapy for those who experience anxiety, depression, and trauma. She passionately believes in a full body approach to health and wellness. The ‘top down’ nature of psychotherapy, and the ‘bottom up’ nature of yoga as therapy, is a powerful combination for healing. Through yoga and psychotherapy, she honors the […]Read More

Rachel Grant

Rachel Grant

Comment(s) December 4, 2012

“I passionately believe that survivors do not have to remain trapped or confronted daily by the thoughts or behaviors that result from abuse. Through my own journey of recovery from sexual abuse, I have gained insight and understanding about what it takes to overcome abuse. This makes it possible for me to relate to and […]Read More

Gwynnie Hale

Gwynnie Hale

Comment(s) March 13, 2016

“Gwynnie Hale is a community herbalist reclaiming the word crazy as her own act of healing and incorporating that into every aspect of her practice. She weaves clinical and spiritual knowledge of plants for folks seeking an ally on their healing journey. Her practice and teachings focus on mental wellness, addressing the physiological and emotional […]Read More

Jamie Hanson

Jamie Hanson

Comment(s) October 2, 2017

“Jamie Hanson began practicing yoga in 2005 and soon realized that in addition to a practice that felt great in her physical body there was something else happening. For years she felt disconnected from her body, afraid to allow herself to fully feel the sensations that accompanied her emotions. But this practice offered a safe space to explore […]Read More

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