Patty began her career in the healing arts as a massage therapist, graduating from the Sommerset School of Massage Therapy in New Jersey in 2002. In 2006 she started her journey at the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration after receiving her 10 series. She became a Certified Rolfer™ in 2007 after graduating from the Rolf Institute® of Structural Integration in Boulder, Colorado. Since then she has seen clients from all walks of life, from runners and cyclists, to business professions, people suffering from chronic pain or illness, parents, expecting mothers, kids and babies as young as 8 weeks old. Patty is constantly working to continue to educate herself and bring her clients better results. She has studied CranioSacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, and Nerve Mobilization, to name a few, and has even completed a 200-hour teacher's certification in Hatha Yoga. In 2016 she also completed her Advanced Training with Jan Sultan, one of Dr. Ida Rolf's orginial students. She feels the best part of her job is seeing clients experience less pain, finding more possibilities in their bodies, and watching that newfound ease and freedom of movement translate into their life off the table.
Kateri is originally from Massachusetts where she graduated in 2006 from the Polarity Realization Institute completing a vocational study program in holistic massage therapy. She went on to continue her education at New York College of Health Professions, receiving her associates in occupational studies. She has spent the last eight years working with chronic pain, arthritis and autoimmune conditions. She specializes in the integration of manual therapy and energetic balancing. She holds a professional license in the state of New York and Massachusetts.
Lindsay graduated from the New York School of Health Professions with an associate degree of Occupational Studies in Massage Therapy in 2015. Lindsay believes in the therapeutic value of massage and integrates several different therapies and techniques into one session to best assist her clients in meeting their health goals; including stress relief, injury recovery, and relief of chronic pain. These include Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, and Trigger Point therapy. Lindsay also offers Pre-natal massage, which concentrates on the specific needs of a pregnant woman's changing body structure. She has always had a desire to work with, and for people – and has found great joy and enthusiasm in Massage Therapy. She is passionate about assisting her clients in their journey of healing and maintaining a high quality of life.
Susan is a certified Reiki practitioner who works intuitively and uses a unique blend of holistic techniques which include Reiki, the Bengston Energy Healing Method®, energy scanning, tapping (EFT), breath work, meditation, and manifesting. Using these techniques Susan looks to find and shift energy disturbances and blockages in the human energy field and pathways. Susan can then walk you through some simple but powerful techniques to help you start manifesting the life you want. Susan’s journey began after a workshop where feeling the vibrations of the human energy body was introduced. In 2015 Susan became certified in Reiki I and II. From there she began to follow her own intuition which lead her to learn about tapping and the Bengston Energy Healing Method®. Susan is continuously studying how the human energy field works and what effect it has on one’s health. She is passionate about helping her clients while holding a safe and high vibrational space for them. She is always pleasantly surprised by the effects and validations that her clients receive after they shift and release energy that is no longer serving them as well as the results they experience when they redirect their energy in alignment with their core values.
Kerith's mission is to guide people to tune into and focus on their strengths, both in body and spirit. She offers both Acupuncture and Life Coaching sessions, as she has found offering support for both body and life has been most helpful to her patients.
She received her Masters in Acupuncture from the Tri-State College of Acupuncture and is Nationally Board Certified with NCCAOM.
As an acupuncturist, she believes everyone has the keys to their own healing and considers her role to be a catalyst in the healing process. Her expertise is in relieving muscle & joint pain (specializing in trigger point release /dry needling), headaches, stress/anxiety, digestion, insomnia, PMS/Menopause and scar tissue release. She also uses Reiki, essential oils and meditative visualization as supportive tools in each session. Seeing first hand that many ailments are emotional in root, she offers a safe space for patients to explore deeper levels of self, to get to the heart of the issue and heal.
Kerith studied at Health Coach Institute and offers Transformational Coaching to support people in moving past obstacles that keep them from the life they envision. Her coaching guides people back to seeing their true power and how all things are possible. She outlines specific weekly actions, coupled with unique, thought provoking tools to reveal where blocks are and how to remove them. She focuses her work mainly in the areas of relationships and career coaching but knows coaching helps in all areas of life.
Believing one has to do their own internal work in order to help others, she maintains a daily meditation practice, commits to body movement in yoga or the gym and tries to stay on a healthy diet, although she does have a weakness for chocolate mousse! She is grateful for all of the people who have come into her life to teach her about healing, growing through adversity and love.
Molly is a board certified and New York State Licensed Occupational Therapist, having graduating in 2001 from Quinnipiac University. In 2014, she began to specialize in Neurofeedback and has been board certified in Neurofeedback ever since. Molly is also trained in Constraint Induced Movement Therapy which is a highly effective method for remediating the loss of function in an arm/hand that has been affected by stroke, cerebral palsy or brain injury. She is certified in LSVT-BIG, which is a 4-week intensive movement program designed to recover function for people with Parkinson Disease. While her passion has always centered in helping clients achieve their greatest potential and quality of living, she has been equally fascinated to understand the brain body connection and the important role it plays in healing.
In 2001 Molly became the supervisor of occupational therapy at Southampton Hospital which incorporated a variety of clinical settings including acute hospital care, subacute rehabilitation and outpatient services. In 2007, she began her own company, Advanced Occupational Therapy Services, located in Sag Harbor, New York. She offers Neurofeedback therapy at Patchogue Wellness Center and has successfully used the this modality to improve the quality of life for clients experiencing difficulties with attention, anxiety, depression, trauma, sleep issues, learning difficulties, hyperactivity, autism, and more. Molly’s personal goal as an occupational therapist is to help bring inner joy and confidence to all people she works with through celebrating their strengths and understanding their challenges.
Danielle Ruquet, LMHC
Danielle graduated from The City University of New York, Hunter College, with her BA in Psychology in 2012. She then went on to obtain her Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling from Long Island University in 2016 and became a New York State Licensed Counselor in 2018. She studied at the Albert Ellis Institute in New York City in 2016 and received her Primary Certificate in Rational Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy. She is also certified TFT practitioner.
Currently, Danielle enjoys studying Energy Psychology with the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology to broaden her approach to helping her clients. In addition to her formal education, she has been has been a 200-hour registered yoga instructor with the Yoga Alliance since 2015.
Danielle uses her traditional training in therapeutic approaches merged with her knowledge of yogic science and energy psychology methods to provide her clients with a comprehensive and customized plan to help them achieve their goals. It is her passion to teach her clients how to access the power and potential that already exist within them to heal from the difficulties and challenges in their lives. She helps guide her clients through the process of learning how they can become their own empowered healer and to find their path to inner peace and joy.
Heather Beahan has fifteen years experience working in wellness and counseling settings with adolescents, adults, and families. That professional experience has taught her to actively listen, support, and empathize with the challenges that face us as we try to live a happy and healthy life.
After a significant health crisis of her own, Heather took time off to focus on healing her own body, mind and spirit. Using a holistic approach, she used nutrition, chiropractic, meditation, massage and other natural techniques to restore her health.
In March 2017, Heather completed the Health Coach Program at the Institute for Integrated Nutrition. Heather is now combining her professional and personal experiences to provide support to others on their path to healing.
Heather offers services that will support you and your family in developing a healthier relationship with food and incorporating healthy cooking into your life.
Crystal Therapy from John of God is a healing modality using an array of specially cut and lighted quartz crystals. The seven quartz crystals are in a fixed array, positioned over the chakra centers at a level approximately 12 inches above the body. The individual receiving the session rests face up with eyes closed, bathing in the energy of the crystals/ This energy stream produces beneficial stimulation on many physical and energetic levels of being.
Bernadette is an Integrative nutrition health coach, organic gardener, life-long tree-hugger, and mother of 3 (nearly) grown children. After a terrifying diagnosis and a long fight back to wellness she now thrives - despite autoimmunity - and teaches others to do the same.
Using good nutrition, toxin avoidance, lifestyle modification and a 5 pillar approach to wellness, she teaches women and their families to sort through conflicting nutritional nonsense and information overload to address root cause of autoimmunity and symptoms of chronic illness.
She received her training at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (2015), Holistic Nutrition Lab (2017), and is currently studying at the School for Applied Functional Medicine. Bernadette is also a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and the International Association of Health Coaches.
Michelle Doxsee is a licensed physical therapist who earned her degree from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1996. During her college years, under the guidance of highly trained manual therapists, Michelle developed a passion for healing others and a strong desire to continue to learn and grow as a physical therapist. Michelle has taken multiple advanced education courses including: Myofascial Release; McKenzie Mobilization with Movement; Maitland Spinal & Peripheral Joint Mobilization; Neurol Mobilization Techniques; CranioSacral Therapy; and Thai yoga massage Michelle is entirely devoted to providing the highest quality of care to each and every one of her clients. She will perform a full evaluation upon the first session to determine each client’s distinct needs and to develop a treatment program specifically designed to meet those needs.
Contact Michelle at 631-513-7398