Theresa has been described as a “bright spark of energy that ignites the fire of motivation and healing in all.”
Her background includes an early interest in Reflexology, a hands on healing modality, passed down by a loving Aunt to her at the early age of twelve. Theresa continued her studies in Exercise Physiology, Yoga, Meditation, Reflexology, and Reiki; cultivating a lifetime of skill as a caring, compassionate practitioner. You may find her guiding classes at Rootdown Yoga, in downtown Muskegon, or a variety of corporate and group venues. A visit with Theresa leaves one feeling energetic; yet peace-filled, restored and loved. She brings about a shift to healing and transformation through gentle guidance in the wisdom traditions of Eastern Healing Modalities and Western Science.
Theresa’s healing work has benefited our environment as well. She has been recognized with numerous awards, including the “President’s Volunteer Award” and the Michigan Legislature White Pine Award; the Muskegon Area Environmental Excellence Award and has spent countless hours working with Federal, State and Local officials and volunteers to foster the cleanup and remediation of Ruddiman Creek. This work inspired the United States House of Representatives to pen the “Great Lakes Legacy Act,” funding millions of dollars dedicated to cleaning wetlands and waterways, abandoned and devastated by historical (often industrial) contamination.