RYT, MI, LE, Shamanic Practitioner & Founder
Krysta’s awakening began at 19 when she faced a near-death crisis, suffering a severe spinal injury with a threat of paralysis for a lifetime. Defying her grim prognosis she embarked on a long journey of healing and transformation which took her around the world exploring a vast array of healing modalities and spiritual paths. Making a miraculous full recovery and studying with many great teachers, Krysta received her mission and has devoted her life to helping others heal. As well as being the creator of Bhavana, Krysta uses her skills one on one as a gifted intuitive, guide and medicine woman to heal the root of any issue her clients might be facing.
She is committed to creating a tranquil pristine environment for all to receive and heal.
CEO of Healing Harbors
COO of Healing Harbors
After a successful marketing and design career in Atlanta where she worked in the highly-regulated insurance marketing sector as the Marketing Director for a 16M startup — and losing her father to Alzheimer’s over a very long and painful goodbye — Ashley decided to use her skill set to launch something she truly cares about — helping people improve their quality of life with simple, natural products. Showing them options and earth-grown alternatives. Teaching them to look at ancient traditions under the lens of modern day science, and to take charge of their own well-being. She now co-owns Healing Harbors with founder Stacy Moore, and together they develop, create and distribute some of Maine’s most highly regarded CBD personal care and pet products.
Shamanic Mesa Energy Work
Natural Health became important to Jack in 1991, as he needed to treat severe allergies that were becoming increasingly problematic. He was fortunate to find help from a Natural Health Practitioner who taught him the basics of self-care and a healthy lifestyle.
During his pursuit of knowledge in Holistic/Natural Health, he attended Bancroft School Of Massage Therapy. Since graduating in April 1996, he has been practicing Massage and Bodywork. He specializes in Myofascial Release techniques that improve structural integrity and relieve chronic pain.
Chronic pain from old injuries that have not been properly treated is one of his specialties. In addition, he has a gift for treating chronic headaches.
The Fit For Life College Of Natural Health (since 1998) also grants him a Degree in Natural Health in addition to his studies in musculoskeletal functions. He has a strong grasp of the role of diet in being healthy. He knows which exercises are appropriate to every individual.
Since 1997, he has studied the human energy field and earned his first Reiki practitioner certification, and in 2001 he became a Reiki master and teacher. In addition to studying metaphysics and crystals, he has spent years studying the great mysteries.
He is a Full Mesa Carrier in the Quechua/Laika tradition of the Peruvian High Andes. That tradition could be as old as 50,000 years.
Jack’s work includes healing of mind, body, and spirit. It’s his gift to get to the core of the issue and come up with solutions that empower people to live their best lives.
Ricky is continuously looking to improve all aspects of the healing experience with his clients. His Bodywork practice is influenced by areas of focus such as Emotional Release, De armouring, Lymphatic Drainage, Hawaiian Shamanic Bodywork, Ayurveda, Thai Yoga Massage, Energy Healing and Breathwork. One of the original founding members of Bhavana, Ricky is devoted to bringing a healing space to the community. Passionate in working in unison with a collective of Practitioners who all want to grow together and serve the public as a team. Ricky is also a dedicated Yogi & Movement Enthusiast, Avid snowboarder, carpenter, and Vermont Native.
Tristian Rowe, Licensed as a Naturopathic Doctor in Maine and New Hampshire, he works with his patients to unite all aspects of health:personal wellness, community and the local environment. Having a strong belief that nature nourishes all aspects of our being, he focuses on establishing the true root cause of your illness. In a world with rising rates of chronic disease it’s time to look further at what is really going on. Tristian’s pre-medicine background is in the field of communications, environmental stewardship, and community nonprofits, previously graduating from the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine.
His medical education was at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. There he had the wonderful opportunity to be trained by the leading experts in natural medicine in both primary care and integrative medical clinics throughout the Pacific Northwest. He sees all patients in a general practice setting. Areas of focus include chronic disease, metabolic disorders, hormonal imbalances including menopausal support, autoimmune disorders and adjunctive support for cancer patients. Common conditions treated: High blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, cancer support, thyroid disorders, food sensitivities, lyme disease, gastrointestinal or urinary complaints, nutritional guidance, insomnia, fatigue, weight loss, brain fog, and more. He works with patients from all populations. Therapies commonly utilized: functional lab analysis, vitamin/mineral testing, herbal and nutritional support, dietary supplements, meal plans and recommendations, medication management, and lifestyle counseling. Having lived in Maine most of his life, he looks forward to each day where he can continue to support the communities that he calls home. He loves to go for walks in the woods, learn some cool new nature facts, and spends his time with family + friends. Always dreaming of new ways to build a brighter future, he hopes to be able to support those on their journey towards wellness. The essence of life is how we receive nourishment from the world around us.
As an acupuncturist, Jonathan uses associated treatment techniques (needles, cupping, gush, tuina massage, Chinese herbal formulation and dietetics, qigong) as tools to help guide his clients towards a healthy state of balance, both internally and externally. Along with being an internal medicine practitioner, he specializes in sports and orthopedic pain relief.
As a massage therapist, Jonathan has developed a unique type of treatment known as Range of Motion Myofascial Release by drawing on multiple massage styles and healing modalities. Using acute listening skills honed through craniosacral therapy and Barnes-style myofascial technique along with passive range of motion, Chinese Tuina massage and an ever-growing understanding of the physical and energetic landscape of the body, he is able to facilitate a broad depth of healing during each session.
LMT, CST, RYT-500
Anna has found a way to blend her many healing modalities through the Bhavakaya treatment sessions where her intuition is guided by the patient’s openness to try new things. She draws from her diverse background of Thai massage, cupping, swedish and deep tissue, cranio-sacral therapy, yoga and mediation to create sessions that treat the whole patient, not the ailment or disease. She works closely with a homeopathic doctor, acupuncturist and physical therapist to further guide patients along the path of alternative healthcare and medicine. When Anna isn’t at the clinic, she practices organic farming with MOFGA standards.
“Let the food be the medicine.”- Hippocrates, Father of Medicine
Carrie has been an occupational therapist for 30+ years and yoga teacher for 10+ years. She combines her medical training with yogic philosophy to balance body, mind, and spirit. She is passionate about making yoga accessible to anyone, using her skills as an occupational therapist to adapt yoga with people who otherwise might not have tried it and with those who want to modify or develop a home practice for optimal health. Her services can often be billed to your insurance as OT treatment with a referral from your healthcare provider.
Dr. Roger Nadeau
Dr. Roger is a Fort Kent native and Graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. He enjoy teaching and sharing his experience and knowledge with those interested in improving their health. Before chiropractic he worked as a hospital based paramedic and is comfortable when faced with various questions and concerns. The chiropractic care he offers is known as Network Spinal Analysis. A technique focusing on the emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of healing. A very gentle approach to creating change in YOUR “life”. True change is not always easy BUT as in life change is necessary and fulfilling.
Rooted in a personal practice of meditation and yoga spanning more than 20 years, James blends his expertise as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Certified Yoga Instructor, and Certified Health Coach with transpersonal and mindfulness-based holistic approaches during his psychotherapy sessions. Having graduated with a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Southern Maine in 2015, James has facilitated thousands of hours of both group and individual therapy sessions. Prior to this, he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology, with a Minor in Holistic and Integrative Health, from the same university. James is trauma-informed, alert to socio-economic injustices, knowledgeable about nutrition, and experienced in treating a variety of addictions and other mental disharmonies. He takes multiple meditation retreats throughout the year in order to personally recharge as well as to remain insightful, attentive, and effective for his clients. When not directly engaged in clinical work James enjoys writing, creating visual art, and learning music.
Lori Thayer, Ph.D.
Lori began studying energy healing and reiki in the mid-1990s and studied Introspective Hypnosis with Antonio Sangio and Alba Weinman. She received her initiation as a Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki Master from the Shekinah Center in Easthampton, Massachusetts in 2001; followed by her initiation in 4th degree Shambhala Multidimensional Healing and Seraphic Energy Healing. In 2009, Lori received her Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, following the completion of The Adoption of Shamanic Healing into the Biomedical Health Care System in the United States.
Trauma informed Therapeutic Yoga
Melanie Anne Turcot is an embodiment-based yoga therapist, natural health leader, and therapeutic, trauma-informed hatha & yin yoga teacher. She aligns with Ahimsa, non-violence, which is infused into every facet of her technique and guiding principles.
Melanie’s philosophy perceives the body as medicine in ways that honor its innate capacity for healing. She defines the therapeutic aspect of her work as one that cultivates wisdom and vitality through highlighting one’s relationship with their body, with nature, and with the life force that animates these components directly.
Through her 1-on-1 yoga therapy work, group classes, and yoga workshops Melanie offers an abiding presence for processing and integrating (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual) dimensions of the human experience through an embodied lens.
Melanie has been certified as a yoga teacher since 2014. Additionally, she is a graduate of Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy school with certifications in Yoga Therapy (2020) and Therapeutic Yoga Teaching (2018).
In her personal time Melanie enjoys singing, making herbal teas, and tending to her plant garden. As a deep thinker, she is continuously expanding her connectedness to both ancient and modern paradigms through the study of modalities and traditions like classical yoga, naturopathy, Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Taoism, herbalism, and holistic nutrition.
Tania brings over 15 years facilitating groups and individuals in breath embodiment as a Breathwork & Reiki practitioner, Yoga teacher and Somatic Breath Therapist. Tania’s unique ability as a healing practitioner is enhanced by her grounded, calm presence and her personal commitment to finding peace in her own life. Her classes and client sessions offer professional expertise in the field of Integrative Breathwork (sometimes referred to as Transformational, Holotropic or Re-Birthing Breathwork) as well as Somatic Breath Therapy- an alternative form of treatment for stress, anxiety, depression, and trauma history.
A true master of her work, Natalie has been bringing her healing touch to people for over 25 years. With a passion for the movement arts, she weaves her practices in meditation, yoga, and dance into a profound understanding of the human body system and into training others in thai yoga massage. Integrating energy work and a deep level of awareness and presence into each one of her sessions, she will you leave you with a new found sense of freedom within your body and renewal you can feel on a cellular level.
Robin Carey, HI
Robin is a native of Nashville Tennessee.
Her passion for natural healing began in 2005 when facing some serious health issues of her own.
She quickly realized her natural gift of intuition that comes to life when she puts her focus on individuals who are open to receiving information to support a healthy lifestyle, and that this truly is her life’s purpose.
She has studied and applied conscious transformation practices of shifting neurology through meditation and conscious mental and emotional training.
Robin has studied holistic health applications for 15 years and is certified in live blood microscopy.
She graduated from the International Institute of Holistic Iridology under the Instruction of Dr David J. Pesek, who was apprentice to
the prestigious Dr. Bernard Jensen, and has dedicated his life expanding upon the work of Dr. Jensen worldwide.
She considers it a pleasure and honor to be of service, in the holistic community, believing together that we can make the world a better place, one beautiful soul at a time.