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Sharon Dean, PH.D., Licensed massage therapist, owner

Massage therapy has always been part of my life. My father was an Osteopathic physician and showed me numerous techniques that he used to relax and give pain relief to his patients with chronic illnesses. I observed how massage helped many of his patients with cancer, arthritis, fibromyalgia, sports injuries and those who were elderly. I have always been convinced that a healing touch can help patients in almost any circumstance. In 2014, I decided to leave my museum career to pursue my passion. I recently completed my studies at Columbus State. I am now licensed in massage therapy and certified in Trigger Point work and Oncology Massage. Read More


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amanda ritchey, yoga instructor

I started my yoga journey as a way to get back in shape after baby #2. Little did I realize at the time that yoga is so much more than the asanas (postures) that we see on TV and Instagram. The mental, spiritual and physical benefits I received from yoga were so life-changing, I went on to complete my 200 hour RYT training at Burn Within Yoga in Grove City. I am excited to bring my love of yoga to those in my Hilliard community. Read More


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CHELSEA YOUNT, LICENSED MASSAGE THERAPIST

Alternative healing methods such as massage, herbal medicines, aromatherapy, etc. make more sense to me than most things in this world. I began my holistic journey at the Healing Arts Institute (a.k.a Orion Institute) in Perrysburg, Ohio studying therapeutic massage. I believe in the body’s ability to heal itself mentally, physically, and energetically. I love assisting the body in the process and being a part of a solution that reaches the core of the problems. Stretching, movement, and kneading to restore and aid the body’s natural healing process is so important to me, mainly because movement is life!  Read more


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KARIANNE CISEK, licensed massage therapist

Powerful practices like holistic healing, mindfulness, and setting an intention have always captured my interest. Massage therapy allows me to activate these practices. I intend to be mindful during my practice and help my clients let go of stress by bringing their bodies and minds back to a place of true relaxation. I recently earned my massage therapy certificate at Columbus State Community College and I am very excited to begin my practice at Embody Health and Wellness. Read More


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KAtie seringer, yoga instructor

Yoga has been a part of Katie’s life since she was a teenager taking classes at a local gym. When a coworker pushed her to enroll in teacher training, she took the plunge and she completed 200 hour Power Yoga training with GoYoga.  She is also certified in Sekoia Yoga through Yoga on High. She teaches for a physical release balanced with allowing space for self-discovery. She humbly offers her light and celebrates our bodies’ ability to move. Read more 


Josh Mann, licensed massage therapist

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Our bodies’ ability to heal themselves is amazing, almost as if they're reading a repair manual. Occasionally, it seems, a step is in a foreign language. Massage is an intervention that can translate that step and facilitate our bodies’ healing process. Before massage, I worked in several kitchens and with children with various disabilities. I am legally blind and want a career where I am judged by what I can do as opposed to my disability. Massage is that for me, since it is focused on touch.

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