Kwellness is a community of health and wellness professionals with only one thing in mind — YOUR HEALTH. Kwellness uses a holistic approach to address the body as a whole, working multiple facets of mind and body to create balance. Symptoms that cause discomfort often represent the damage of a deeper root cause. It’s important to catch the dis-ease before any disease has a chance to spread throughout your body. It is our mission to provide you with a space to heal, grow and empower yourself towards peak performance. We will support you in creating a natural lifestyle that's sustainable and environmentally conscious and leads you to optimal health.
Beauty for one should be beauty for all. Kwellness is therefore partnered with Natural Nation, a developer and distributor of natural personal care products. Together, we are committed to using only natural, sustainable products that are friendly to our environment, community and our animal friends.
Meet the team!
Meet our team of professionals. We will support you in creating a natural lifestyle
that’s sustainable, environmentally conscious and leads you to optimal health
Growing up immersed in gymnastics and dance, I’ve always been intrigued with the human body. I first began studying bodywork in 2016 after completing one year of musical theatre performance at college. The yoga warm-up we did before class really lit me up and made me more attentive to how my body moved. This amplified my fascination with the connections between how the body looks, feels and performs. So, I enrolled in my first yoga teacher training and obtained my Thai Massage Level 3 by early 2017. The tools I developed opened my eyes to the connection between mind and body. It wasn’t long after becoming a certified yoga teacher (RYT-200) that I found myself in New York attending a second training with Baptiste Power Yoga. Looking to delve deeper into the mind-body connection, in 2018 I obtained my Natural Holistic License majoring in Aromatherapy and Reflexology. Now, a student working towards becoming a Registered Massage Therapist by 2020, I wish to share what I have learned by integrating the teachings of eastern medicine into western culture. I believe studying the body as a whole is the only way to find balance and source out the core issues that cause discomfort or dis-ease. HOLISTIC PRACTITIONER