“The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.” - Marcus Aurelius

Meditation & Mindfulness

Meditation refers to the various practices and techniques that focus on mind and body awareness and integration. Mindfulness is a meditation practice that focuses explicitly on bringing awareness to our thoughts, feelings, and sensations in the present moment and observing them in a gentle, non-judgemental way. By bringing attention to our thoughts, we better understand how those thoughts are affecting us. And though we can't choose which thoughts come into our minds, we learn we can choose what to do with them once they are there. Both meditation and mindfulness can help calm and strengthen the mind and enhance overall well-being.

Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic Massage is offered by providers who are licensed through the State of Arizona. It includes services to reduce the symptoms of medical or mental health concerns including pain, stress, anxiety, and depression. Therapeutic Massage may be helpful in addressing both physical and emotional injuries and trauma.

Therapeutic Yoga

Therapeutic yoga applies yoga postures and practices to the treatment of health and mental health conditions to prevent, reduce or alleviate structural, physiological, emotional and spiritual pain, suffering or limitations.

Flotation Therapy 

A therapy which involves lying in a buoyant water-filled tank designed to reduce stimulation such as light, sound, and temperature changes. Flotation therapy can promote relaxation and reduce stress and anxiety. 


Coaching is the partnership between you and your coach designed to help you set and achieve your personal or professional goals. A coach continues to guide and support you through the process by helping you stay focused and motivated, keeping you accountable, and helping you overcome challenges that arise. They can also help you identify, strengthen, and utilize the resources already within you, such as inner strength, resilience, and self-confidence, to help you achieve the desired outcomes you want most in life. Coaching differs from counseling in that it does not seek to diagnose or treat an identifiable mental health condition. 


Biofeedback is a process that enables a person to learn how to change some of their body’s functions, such as heart rate, breathing, and muscle responses, to improve performance and well-being. We use medical grade equipment to monitor moment-by-moment changes in the body to verify desired progress, and often pair the monitoring with additional strategies to change thinking, emotions, and behavior. Over time, these changes can persist without the need for the equipment. 

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Fitness refers to a person's physical, mental, and emotional health and overall well-being. When fit, we have more strength, energy, and flexibility to address life's opportunities and challenges. Healthy eating and physical activity are both essential to fitness. Our physical fitness providers are trained to guide our clients towards physical health outcomes that also encompass a healthy mind and spirit.

Naturopathic and Integrative Medicine

Naturopathic philosophy is based on the concept of the healing power of nature. Naturopaths study the same basic sciences as medical doctors but are also taught holistic and nontoxic approaches to therapy with a strong emphasis on optimizing wellness and preventing disease. The naturopathic physician integrates conventional medicine and alternative medicine. In the United States, they are required to complete four additional years of training in clinical nutrition, acupuncture, homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine, psychology, and counseling. 


Hypnotherapy is a therapy practice that uses guided techniques to help people relax and increase awareness of their inner experiences rather than their external surroundings. By disengaging from attention to their environment and narrowing their focus in this way, they enter a trance-like state, which is a waking state of altered consciousness, that enables them to address the unconscious aspects of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, especially those that are troublesome or distressing. This also allows them to become more open to suggestion and potential solutions. Although we all enter this state of consciousness at times, for example, when we get lost in a good book or complete a familiar task almost as if on autopilot, when this is done with intentionality and under the guidance of a healthcare professional, it can provide solutions for better health and well-being.