The 2021 Weavers Way Wellness Team

The Weavers Way Wellness Team’s efforts to share knowledge with Co-op members and shoppers hit a wall last spring with the arrival and spread of COVID-19 in the area. In addition, the team had to pivot where possible in order to care for their clients and make a living.

But starting next month, they’re back. According to team member Esther Wyss-Flamm, the group recognizes that “this is truly an important time to be reaching out to the Weavers Way membership about wellness.” Look for a column from one of the members in future Shuttles, and check our eNews and Calendar of Events for future Wellness Team virtual workshops.

The 2021 Weavers Way Wellness Team

Dana Barron, Ph.D., is a certified health and life coach with seven years of experience in private practice. She specializes in chronic pain and illness, health care navigation and advocacy, eating and body image challenges and mindfulness and self-compassion. She supports people in developing stress resilience and peace with their bodies, exactly as they are. She lives in Mt. Airy and is currently holding sessions via telehealth.

Dorothy Bauer spent most of her adult life in Berkeley, CA, with her husband, triplet sons and a wide variety of family pets. She holds certificates from Living Light Culinary Institute, Optimal Health Institute and Premiere Research, and mentored with renowned raw-food chef and author Elaina Love. Healthy food and lifestyle are her passion. She focuses in particular on a gluten- and dairy-free, low-glycemic diet.

Beth Chiodo, MS, RD, LDN, CHWC, is a private practice registered dietitian, certified wellness coach and owner of Nutritional Living, LLC. She has 15 years of experience in the nutrition field and specializes in healthy, sustainable weight loss and taking a functional approach to gastrointestinal conditions like Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease and others. As a certified wellness coach, Beth uses principles of behavior change to educate patients and help them find their motivation to move toward change.

Cindy Corabi is a certified holistic health and wellness coach and graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is also a certified essential oils specialist and doTERRA wellness advocate. She specializes in digestive issues and has a passion for working with middle-aged women. Health goals for her clients include improved sleep, increased energy, balanced hormone levels, healthy weight loss, replacing toxic skin care and medications with natural remedies, and more. or

Trudi Dixon, LMT, CST, offers virtual somatic therapy, intuitive coaching and reiki to help clients relieve physical discomfort, calm the nervous system, improve self-awareness and transform ingrained patterns. These modalities use compassionate contact, empathetic listening and attuned reflection to reconnect people with their body’s innate capacity for self-healing.

Joanne Fagerstrom, PT, CFP, is a physical therapist, Feldenkrais practitioner and owner of Mindful Physical Therapy, LLC, where she specializes in osteoporosis, chronic pain and orthopedic conditions. She places a strong emphasis on wellness in her treatment programs, and her training in the Feldenkrais Method adds a unique dimension to her practice of physical therapy.

Jennifer Hall, M.S., is a nutritionist and health coach who is committed to supporting her clients’ health goals by using evidence-based nutrition and functional medicine to achieve a healthy lifestyle.

For a free consultation call her at 267-973-5690.

Margaret Kinnevy, RN, Lac., offers integrative acupuncture, qigong, dietary therapy, and counseling from the Yang Sheng tradition of Chinese medicine to treat women through all stages of life. She uses a personalized and collaborative approach to mind, body and emotional concerns, and works to restore function, flow and immune system health.

Rachel Kriger, M.Ac., Lac., is a pediatric and adult acupuncturist practicing in Mt. Airy. She seeks to help people of all ages feel more ease in their lives physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

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Diane McKallip is a certified personal trainer based in Chestnut Hill. She has been in practice for almost 40 years and specializes in working with older adults and dancers and in injury prevention.

Elanah D. Naftali, DrPH, LMFT, SEP — Be the change you want to be. Elanah teaches simple behavior change skills using hypnotherapy. She can help you to rewire stuck thoughts and habits by leaning into the neuroplasticity of the brain. She is trained in nutrition and epidemiology (DrPH), trauma recovery (SEP) and psychotherapy (LMFT), and is a certified life coach and hypnotherapist.

Wendy Romig, D.C.N., is a doctor of clinical nutrition and a functional medicine practitioner. She owns Sage Integrative Health Center in Mt. Airy, where she sees a wide range of chronic health issues, including digestive disorders, autoimmune conditions, adrenal imbalances, women’s health issues, and cancer co-treatment and recovery. She has a sub-specialty in plant-based nutrition.

Nicole Schillinger has worked as a clinical registered dietitian for over 10 years in hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living facilities. She is also a certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor. Currently, she directs her own private practice, The Functional Health Center, where she applies medical nutrition therapy to help individuals with diseases improve the quality of their lives.

Michelle Stortz, C-IAYT, ERYT500, MFA, is a certified yoga therapist specializing in the treatment of cancer and chronic illness. She works in numerous medical settings in the Philadelphia area and enjoys designing custom yoga programs that anyone can do regardless of ability. Michelle also teaches meditation, drawing on Buddhist tradition and a mindfulness-based stress-reduction curriculum. She conducts classes, retreats and private sessions.

Dan Vidal, LMT, CNS, is a licensed massage therapist, certified neurosomatic specialist, and owner of Paragon Pain Solutions PC in Chestnut Hill. His treatment philosophy is based on the principle that the structure of the body and its function go hand in hand. Through the use of careful postural and gait analysis, Dan is able to design a treatment plan of targeted massage and manual therapy to correct structural imbalances that underlie many pain and chronic health issues.

Esther Wyss-Flamm, Ph.D., M.E.d, E-RYT, is the owner of White Flame Yoga and a Kripalu-trained teacher with certification in yoga for chronic health conditions. She teaches yoga, mindfulness, and breath practices to support individuals and groups. Since the COVID pandemic, Esther has been building an inclusive virtual community on Zoom through classes, workshops and retreats that cultivate courage, strengthen inner steadfastness and connect women to their innate vitality and power.