As a youngster I wanted to be a nurse and help people, but I found that the hospital setting was not the place for me. After my two beautiful daughters were grown, I started the search for a way that I could serve. I finally had one of my A-HA moments one Sunday afternoon. I could be a Muscle Therapist! I was enrolled in classes within two weeks. And I have not regretted my decision for one moment since.
From the beginning my focus has been on Chronic Physical and Emotional Pain. All of my training experiences contiue to add to my knowledge of how to help people who find themselves in these situations. The advanced body work techniques that I have taken continue to further prepare me to handle many diverse cases. The advanced diplomas that I hold in energy work help me tremendously with clients who are in counseling and working through emotional issues. My training as a Master Herbalist allows me to counsel people in more natural nutrition.
I feel as though I have been given a gift to share with whoever finds my doorway. Some therapists are technicians and some are healers and have "hands". I am most grateful to be a healer in this last category. I have the ability to ease people's pain and I have a knack for finding the root problems and assiting my clients through them to greater health and expression of who they really and truly are.
264 West State Street
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
tel. 215 230-7166 (day)
Hours of operation / Fees
My office hours are: Tuesday through Friday from 11 AM to 7 PM and Saturday from 11 AM to 2 PM.
Available for patients:
Case studies, easy to understand explanations about the CranioSacral System, Visceral Manipulation, products to use between sessions, and much more. More information
Driving directionsIf you are coming from the bi-pass around Doylestown going north or south on Route 611, get off at the State Street exit (Route 202 local) and go right onto State Street. Easy Breezy
There is free parking 24/7 on the street in front of my office. And, the building has it's own private parking lot right behind the building. You can access that by turning in and following the driveway along the side of the building. My entrance is on the left side of the building as you are looking at the front of the building while standing on the sidewalk.
My skillsCertified, American Massage Therapy Association.
Certified, CranioSacral Therapy.
Please visit my web site to view a detailed description of all that I offer.
Articles & Books Written"Common Scents", an article about Aromatherapy that I authored in 1989, appeared in Visions Magazine.
"One of the Lost Secrets of Rejuvenation: Juicing", which I wrote in January, 2004.
Please visit http://heartflowershealingcenter.wordpress.com/ to few my blog. There you will see many more articles that I have authored.
Professional Associations / MembershipsMember, American Massage Therapy Association.
Member, International Association of Healthcare Practitioners.