Heather Auxt-Snelson has been practicing Reiki professionally for 17 years. She achieved her Reiki I certification with Donna Bartram, Reiki II and Master Reiki Part A with Rickie Freedman of Reiki by Rickie, and Full Reiki Master with Annemarie Heckert. Heather has her BA in Psychology from Shippensburg University working professionally as a behavior specialist for adults with special needs.
She is married to Ryan and has 4 wonderful children. She enjoys reading, hiking, camping, and going to music concerts of all kinds.
To schedule an appointment with Heather, please call: 717-943-3765
Natalie Toma was introduced to yoga to help ease her anxiety and to gain flexibility through stretching and breath work.
She has been employed in higher education for over thirteen years. Currently, Natalie is the Director of Admissions at Harrisburg Area Community College. Natalie is a HACC alum receiving her Associate of Arts in Hospitality Management and a graduate of their Massage Therapy Program. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Sienna Heights University and is currently pursuing her Masters in Higher Education.
Natalie is certified in Usui Reiki and Holy Fire Reiki levels I and II. She has also completed her 200 Yoga Teacher Training along with the Yoga for Anxiety at Red Head Yoga studio. Through the years of exploring metaphysics, Natalie has attended many workshops on energy healing, chakras, angels, and essential oils. She is also a certified angel/realm card reader.
Natalie's down to earth personality and the care she has for others has helped her in her profession and her daily yoga practice. Since practicing Yoga, she has been able to deploy the strategies she has learned to lessen her anxiety and facilitate in creating a more balanced life. When relaxing, she likes to hang out with her husband Paulie, and their cat Nesta.
Shea O'Donnell moved to Mechanicsburg from Northern Maryland in 2010 a few months after graduating from York College, with a Bachelor's degree in Professional Writing. It was in college that she was first introduced to Yoga in a gym class. Yoga became the perfect compliment to her number one passion in life, rock climbing. Shea coached the climbing team at the Climbnasium for eight years, before stepping down after having her daughter, Brigid. She remains on the staff as an instructor for private lessons. Shea enjoys an active, dynamic style of yoga, and LOVES props. Her classes are challenging and fun for all levels. When not doing yoga or climbing, Shea can be found hiking, reading, cooking, or playing the piano.