Private Healing Sessions
We have many wellness offerings to choose from. Please book appointments directly through our individual practitioners below.
Jin Shin Jyutsu – Tuesdays and Thursdays
Richard Iannuzzi teaches beginner, advanced, sword and sensing hands Tai Chi classes and also offers Jin Shin Jyutsu treatments. Jin Shin Jyutsu (or JSJ) – an art of harmony, self-awareness and letting go (as opposed to forcing) – is a perfect fit for his Tai Chi and mindfulness ways and a way of facilitating deep well-being. Rich has 200+ hours of classroom time and has offered treatments regularly since 2010. After a life-changing introduction to Wolfe Lowenthal’s There Are No Secrets in 2000, Rich was inspired to study with Wolfe and his senior student Lenny Friedland (at Long River Tai Chi Circle), as well other senior teachers in Professor Cheng Man-ch’ing’s lineage. He has since accumulated over 3000 hours of classroom time and 1000 hours teaching. Tai Chi’s health benefits (for body and mind) inform his study. As an instructor, Rich’s passion is creating a protected space where students are free to explore the way of Tai Chi with play and sincerity, without judgment or negativity, and with a strong commitment to the original teachings and principles. email@example.com
5 session package $290
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Gin MacCallum M.A. DMT, RYT-200, specializes in Restorative and Trauma Informed yoga. Trained as a movement psychotherapist, she recently completed post graduate studies in traumatic stress. In addition to teaching Restorative, she leads narrative workshops, writing groups, and continues to study and practice yoga. For over 20 years, she lived and worked as a performing artist. She still approaches every direction of her work as a creative space.
Gin offers private Restorative yoga sessions both in-studio (in Sparkill), and in the comfort of your home. 1:1 sessions are guided by your needs and interests. They can be profoundly helpful when healing from illness or injury, or seeking relief from anxiety, stress, or poor sleep. Restorative yoga is a practice about coming more fully into your body, working from whatever state you are in the moment. Whether interested in moving more easily, or resting more deeply – each session includes attention to breath, alignment, and interoceptive awareness – the sensory space within the body.
When working individually, Gin draws from Restorative practices, yoga Nidra, Ayurveda, and energetic, anatomical and developmental understandings of movement to cultivate a practice that supports your overall wellbeing. No prior experience of any kind is required; come as you are, in comfortable clothes. These practices are inclusive, for all ages and abilities, and can be modified to most needs. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns.
Frank Vogt is a new York state licensed and board certified acupuncturist and herbalist. He graduated in 2005, receiving a master’s degree in Oriental Medicine at Touro College. Frank’s strong desire to understand and practice some of the world’s most important traditional healing has lead him to travel and learn from many great healers. He combines acupuncture with cranio-sacral therapy, qi gong healing, and classic Chinese herbology. He is also a Reiki master and a popular meditation teacher in New York City.
Frank’s easygoing personality and compassionate, friendly approach have allowed him develop trusted relationships with his patients. He has a busy private practice in Soho, NYC, and also has a shift at the Woman’s Center at Richmond University Hospital treating gynecology cases. He is excited to collaborate with the Union Arts Center and bring his unique practice to Rockland County.