LOTUS WHOLISTIC THERAPY
Our vision is to provide individuals a space where they can find personal healing, growth, possibility and awareness through the bodywork of massage, the energy healing of Reiki, the many paths of yoga and the exploration of integrative workshops. Since the birth of Lotus Wholistic Therapy in 2013, our mission has been to provide quality care that meets the needs and expectations of each client through traditional medicine of wholistic healing. We believe that creating harmony and balance of the mind, body and soul is the essence of wholistic BEing. Offering a variety of methods to compliment your individual path, we are dedicated to co-creating wellness and life balance.
“The lotus flower is a reminder of the beauty that comes from change, the magic that a new beginning brings, and the seed of potential that’s buried in the most unlikely places.” – J.W.
Massage, Reiki, Yoga
Kimberly is a licensed massage therapist with certification in several healing methods that include Wholistic Manual Medicine, Ayurvedic Thai Yoga Massage, Usui Reiki Ryoho, and 200 hour RYT.
Macy is experienced in customer service. She has a passion for holistic healing. Macy started off as a client and enjoyed her time here and is the face behind the desk.
Nancy is a personable, professional, dedicated therapist who is passionate about massage and achieving a healthy lifestyle. Nancy graduated in 2011 and advanced her education with Oncology Certification.
Kahlia has been practicing yoga for over 10 years, and has been a registered yoga instructor since 2014. Focusing on the art of vinyasa, she took her yoga teacher training at Sin City Yoga in Las Vegas, NV. Back in her home state of MI, Kahlia is looking forward to building and being part of a strong you community here.
Taylor has been practicing yoga for over six years now. While she loves her dedicated home yoga practice, she found it was time to branch out and learn more about the yoga practice. She looks forward to building strength, flexibility, and unity within the Monroe community.
Reganne Goodwin has completed her 200 hour YTT in August. Over the past couple years, yoga has taught Reganne how stop fearing and let go of what does not serve her. She is eager to help others get out of their head and into their bodies by giving them a deeper sense of gratitude and compassion.