Welcome Home to Yourself!


And welcome to my wellness practice in the heart of Missoula!

I call it Shana's Heart of Healing because I work with heart to get to the heart of any issue that is holding you back, be it physical, emotional or spiritual. 

Body, mind and spirit are not separate entities – they work together as one. You can heal the body through the mind, or the mind through the body. My way of healing is through body work. Using gentle touch, I help you release tension, pain and energy blocks down to the deepest levels. I facilitate your innate self-healing potential and personal evolution. I guide you to re-discover your own Inner Wisdom that already has the answers to all your questions. You are embarking on an amazing journey of Self discovery, and I am honored to be your travel companion until you don't need my help anymore.

During the COVID-19 social distancing period I am available for phone consultations. Feel free to call me between 11 am and 7 pm with questions, and to hear a friendly and encouraging voice. The spiritual perspective of this pandemic is not as bleak as it may seem. Wishing you peace of mind and a robust immune system!  -  Shana  -



New Year - New Energy

The word “energy” is used in many different ways. In physics, it is defined as the property of matter and radiation, which is manifest as a capacity to perform work (such as causing motion or the interaction of molecules).

Our utility companies define it as power derived from the utilization of physical or chemical resources, especially to provide light and heat or to work machines.

Speaking about people, we use it to describe the strength and vitality required for sustained physical or mental activity.

Those of us in holistic health and wellness work don’t really have a definition of the concept, however frequently we use it. Energy in hands-on healing is something that can be felt like magnetic attraction or repulsion. It can be a hot or cold sensation, tingling or vibration. Each of us feels it in a different way, and often the perception differs in different situations. We sense the energy in a room as friendly and inviting, or as dense and heavy. A group of people working together may use the same words and facial expressions, but the energy of the group can be inspiring and uplifting, or filled with suspicion and competition. How do we perceive that kind of energy? 

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