Care and Commitment
Following a month long yoga teacher training in 2001, she realized that she could no longer practice in large, nationally owned practices that did not prioritize quality, one on one time with patients. Her experience in these facilities was that it was about volume and not quality and continuity of care. She briefly contemplated leaving the profession because she could not find a practice in the region devoted to providing quality time to each patient.
LeeAnn has become accomplished in providing manual therapy utilizing osteopathic techniques including muscle energy technique, cranial sacral therapy, visceral manipulation, and myofascial release. Her treatment emphasis is on structural alignment, balance, integrity of the body and tapping in to our body’s inherent ability to heal. She especially enjoys working with patients with spine issues, multiple medical challenges and headaches. She is also a certified Melt Method teacher and Yoga teacher. She utilizes this varied background to establish a comprehensive, effective treatment plan for her patients.
Outside of work, LeeAnn has two daughters 25 and 23 and enjoys spending time outdoors running, kayaking, stand up paddling, rollerblading, cycling and golfing.
Beth is a certified and registered yoga teacher and Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist. She has been studying yoga for almost 30 years and teaching for over two decades. She is also a certified Three Wisdom Tradition therapist, bridging the ancient schools of yoga and ayurveda with western psychology. Her classes are infused with breath-work, self-reflection, meditation, mindful movement, systematic relaxation and ayurveda. Beth’s intention is to bring balance to each individual through building strength, resiliency, self-regulation and adaptability. Beth’s passions include her family, hiking, horseback riding, daily meditation and studying the 8 limbs of yoga.
An intuitive practitioner, Beth Seiwell has over two decades of experience developing her heart-centered healing and mindfulness practice. Skillfully trained in a wide range of science based healing modalities, she integrates each into her work to create a sacred space that brings the physical, energetic, and emotional bodies into a state of optimal health, facilitating repair. Beth fuses energy healing and self-inquiry with Yogic and Ayurvedic practices such as movement, meditation, breath-work and self-care to allow help clients make skillful, effective, and permanent life changes. Beth is currently working toward her 500 hr certification in the Himalayan Tradition.
RYT200 Certification and training - 2013 Himalayan Institute, Honesdale PA RYT500 Continuing education - 2021, Moondog Yoga, Quakertown PA (affiliate of Himalayan Institute) BA Languages/Economics - Temple University, Philadelphia PA MBA - State University of NY at Albany, NY Experience on the path of Yoga My practice began some eight years ago and since then, it has infused my life with balance and a sense of well being. I persisted on the yoga journey and received YTT200 and most recently, YTT500 Certifications. I was initially interested in expanding my knowledge and experience of the tradition. What I found was a deep satisfaction in sharing the joy and definitive health benefits with many who would like to care for their body in a sensible and safe manner. And maybe, are curious about increasing physical well being as well as mental and emotional tranquility. It is my sincere intent to continue to discover the richness of Yoga in each class.
Kathy Kunda is a Melt Power hand and foot certified instructor who studied under the creator and owner of Melt Performance Sue Hitzmann. Certified in June, 2015, Kathy uses the power of Melt to self-adjust spine and hips prior to daily workouts. She claims “Melting” has significantly heightened an awareness of proper body alignment insuring a safe and effective result from daily activities.
Prior to MELT certification, Kathy was a certified ACE certified personal trainer and massage practitioner.