Dianne comes from a long lineage of natural healers and has a lifelong affinity with Reiki. She enjoys receiving Reiki, facilitating healing for others and teaching Reiki. Dianne’s students come from varied backgrounds such as nurses, occupational therapists, mental health counselors, stay at home moms and those wanting to explore energetic healing.
Receiving regular massage in high school helped soothe her mind, loosen muscles and heal her body. She realized that having a career that allowed her to help heal people physically and energetically was the perfect answer. After completing Massage Therapy training in 1992 and becoming a Reiki Master in 2012, Dianne has had a thriving full-time Massage Therapy and Reiki practice. Dianne began teaching Reiki in the Fall of 2018.
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BA Psychology, RN, NASM-CPT, STC-TRX Instructor
A healthy lifestyle is something we refine over time, not overnight…..
My desire to help others become the very best version of themselves drives my passion for health and wellness education! I enjoy sharing the knowledge I have acquired through a broad spectrum of experience and education with others through the medium of the human body. I find great satisfaction helping people achieve their goals, whether it is recovery from an injury or surgery, pain reduction, increasing strength and mobility, improving nutrition, or transforming their overall wellness through lifestyle changes. I believe that the human body is meant to MOVE, and fitness truly is for EVERY body. I plan custom, individualized programs for every client, with an emphasis on meeting the client where they are at, teaching proper technique, and providing support and motivation throughout our sessions.
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Phillip is a Certified Hypnotherapist who works with Individuals and Groups, providing Mind-Body-Energy techniques for Building Self-Confidence, Weight Loss, Smoking Cessation, Relief from Anxiety and Fears.
Phillip is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, who has been practicing Therapeutic Massage since 1992. He is trained and specializes in treating Muscular, Neural and Fascial Pain.
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Tanya completed the massage therapy program at Parkland College in 2022 and is beginning a specialization in Mayan Abdominal Massage. She considers herself a lifelong learner and enjoys making connections across multiple modalities. The techniques that she uses with clients include yoga, daily movement, breath work and massage. She enjoys demystifying the body and how it functions in order to foster understanding and healing in her clients.
Tanya began practicing yoga in 1997 as a way to cross train while running marathons. While her practice was initially very physical, it sparked a fascination with the human body. Over the years, she used challenges in her own body to inform her areas of study and practice. This resulted into a deep dive into foot function to treat bunions, plantar fasciitis and plantar pain, core and pelvic floor function to help with back and pelvic pain. These explorations led to the realization that many of the common issues that we consider to be “normal aging” can be addressed through movement strategies. She enjoys helping her clients find ways to weave movement into their days. Loss of function does not have to be an inevitability as we age.
Tanya loves working with clients who are curious and want strategies to get at the root cause of their pain, weakness and dysfunctions. She wants people be able to live their lives more fully. It’s not about being able to do the splits. It’s about being able to take the walks, get up and down from the floor, recover when you fall and get the things done that are important to you.
Call or text 217-330-6963 to schedule a massage or private yoga session with Tanya.
Libby Pasquariello, MSN/ED, RN, HWNC-BC, is a health coach, educator, and patient advocate. A registered nurse for twenty years now, she spent the first ten of those working with adult clients in mental health care settings. During this time, she experienced the beauty of nursing through the interpersonal connections made with clients and families, but she also recognized the limits of the health care system. She returned to complete graduate education as a nurse educator and has spent the last decade teaching in higher education. After earning certification as a health coach nurse, now she aims to connect with individuals and small groups seeking to improve their overall wellness and quality of life. She believes that illness and wellness lie on a spectrum and absence of illness does not always mean wellness. There is a gap between the care provided by the traditional health care system and people’s daily lifestyles and this is where health coaching with a nurse can provide a bridge.
The Quiet Cornerstones of Well-Being: Libby believes stress relief and the power of rest are undervalued in today’s society, resulting in a culture that celebrates busyness over quality of life. She believes finding joy and cultivating a sense of playful curiosity about life are tangible skills for anyone seeking to improve their overall wellbeing and quality of life. And she believes YOU should be the one to define what wellness looks like for you.
She is excited to work with…
…individuals who are ready, motivated, and seeking 1:1 support for lifestyle change.
…small groups looking for wellness education and support through shared accountability.
…companies seeking to bring a culture of mindfulness and wellbeing into their workplaces.
Call or text to book an appointment with Libby 217-330-6963 or check out her monthly group class on our class schedule!