about

Namasté

We have built a space like no other, right here in little Bradford PA. Within the framework of an old church, built in 1879, we have created a safe, clean and serene environment for your health, healing and rehabilitation. our modalities and techniques range from Ayurvedic therapies, table thai yoga massage, meditation and Reiki, to injury treatment, hot stone therapy and therapeutic massage therapy.

Browse our website and learn more about ways to become more whole: Ayurveda, massage therapy, meditation and yoga. Let us offer some relief from the crazy world-at-large. If you find a something that resonates with you and what your body, mind or spirit needs, call us for an appointment.

814-596-1004

{  our mission statement  }

Improving peoples lives through consciously healthy choices.

Frank Denig  Holistic Practitioner

Being part of the heavy labor force all my working life and then in a motor vehicle accident, I understand the demands we put on the body. knowing what the real issue is, is half the battle — being able to help correct the problems is the other half. although I offer individual modalities, I use a little from each to customize a massage specially for each patient. the work is intense at times but very effective in helping you through the hurdles you face each day. from a heavy day at work and the weekend athlete to the marathon runner, I have something that works for you. Frank is also an ordained minister, available for vow renewals, weddings, baptisms to name a few. Check out his own website for more information.

Donnia Denig  Holistic Practitioner

I believe in people. I believe in their goodness but that they are responsible for their own healing. What I provide is rare – compassionate listening with my ears, heart and hands. The body knows what it needs, and I am here to help you connect with that part of you [ that you may not be able to hear clearly anymore]. Take the journey into yourself. I am currently in school to provide Ayurvedic Health Consultations (coming JUNE 2015). With this new certification I will be able to lead you through your body they way no other health care professional can. Using the very fiber of your make-up, getting to the cellular level of an issue, we will, together,  get to the root cause of your pain or suffering. Because I believe you can heal. With lifestyle, diet and conscious choices. Thank you for extending your trust, so that I may help.

Carol Minard  Yoga Instructor

Carol teaches in the gentle Hatha yoga style. A native of Bradford, she is a welcome and nurturing instructor, holding classes 4 times per week. More Bio to come.

Code of Ethics

This Code of Ethics is a summary statement of the standards of conduct that define ethical behavior for the massage therapist. Adherence to the Code is a prerequisite for admission to and continued membership in the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA).

Principles of Ethics. The Principles of Ethics form the first part of the Code of Ethics. They are aspirational and inspirational model standards of exemplary professional conduct for all members of the association. These Principles should not be regarded as limitations or restrictions, but as goals for which members should constantly strive.

Massage therapists &
practitioners shall:

Demonstrate commitment to provide the highest quality massage therapy/bodywork to those who seek their professional service.

Acknowledge the inherent worth and individuality of each person by not discriminating or behaving in any prejudicial manner with clients and/or colleagues.

Demonstrate professional excellence through regular self-assessment of strengths, limitations, and effectiveness by continued education and training.

Acknowledge the confidential nature of the professional relationship with clients and respect each client’s right to privacy within the constraints of the law.

Project a professional image and uphold the highest standards of professionalism.

Accept responsibility to do no harm to the physical, mental and emotional well-being of self, clients, and associates.

Rules of Ethics. The Rules of Ethics are mandatory and direct specific standards of minimally-acceptable professional conduct for all members of the association. The Rules of Ethics are enforceable for all association members, and any members who violate this Code shall be subject to disciplinary action.

Conduct all business and professional activities within their scope of practice and all applicable legal and regulatory requirements.

Refrain from engaging in any sexual conduct or sexual activities involving their clients in the course of a massage therapy session.

Be truthful in advertising and marketing, and refrain from misrepresenting his or her services, charges for services, credentials, training, experience, ability or results.

Refrain from using AMTA membership, including the AMTA name, logo or other intellectual property, or the member’s position, in any way that is unauthorized, improper or misleading.

Refrain from engaging in any activity which would violate confidentiality commitments and/or proprietary rights of AMTA or any other person or organization.

Effective Date May 1, 2010