Our Vision: Individuals in need have the education, resources, and care needed to thrive physically and emotionally.
Our Mission: To empower individuals who face chronic illness by coordinating care not easily accessible to them.
Crystal Gouldey, CPI Certified Instructor
As a DV survivor and someone battling multiple autoimmune conditions, I consider myself lucky in that I have both a strong support network and many options for improving my wellbeing. I've become much more attuned to my body after pelvic floor physical therapy (Catherine works magic), as well as Functional Integration and Awareness Through Movement lessons based on The Feldenkrais Method.
I have also experienced a different kind of healing through volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters and a local women's shelter, and it opened my eyes to the needs of women in at-risk groups. It then became a dream of mine to utilize my 10+ years of business and marketing experience to create an organization that makes it easier for others to find their path to a successful healing journey.
Catherine Apicella, MPT PYT, PRPC
Helping others improve their well-being has been my focus for over 20 years. As a physical therapist specializing in pelvic health, I have been furthering my education, which has included training in Medical Therapeutic Yoga and mentorship in The Feldenkrais Method, to develop a treatment philosophy that honors each client as an individual with unique life experiences that profoundly affect the way dysfunction manifests within the body. My desire to better help my patients, along with my recognition of the limitations of traditional physical therapy practice, has put me on a path to provide a unique, total-body approach to healing.
I continue to further my knowledge in all areas of women's health and pelvic health by attending continuing education courses and volunteering as a teaching assistant. I am also pursuing certification as a Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist I am thrilled to partner with Crystal to help improve the lives of as many people as I can.
“I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do.” – Edward Everett Hale