Michele Gubish is a U.S. Navy veteran who served at NAS Miramar in San Diego as an F-14 Tomcat aircraft mechanic. She is devoted and committed to helping individuals suffering from injuries and dealing with pain symptoms by helping them to feel better and recover quicker. In addition, she also helps athletes enhance their sports performance. To accomplish this goal, she utilizes her unique combination of skills, talents, and training as a Licensed Massage Therapist, Physical Therapy Assistant, Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist. Michele is also an advocate of empowering all people on their path to health and wellness by educating them with fitness and other techniques to obtain that goal.
Outside of the office, Michele enjoys quality time with her family, including her three Golden Retrievers, volunteering for the Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue, participating in sports such as ice hockey, bicycle riding, and weight lifting, and just being lazy sitting on the deck drinking coffee and watching the backyard wildlife.
And we are happy to announce that Michele was chosen as Reader’s Choice in Therapeutic Massage for 2018!
Honeybees are amazing creatures. From the way their bodies defy physics (big bodies, small wings) to the way they work with one another to keep their colonies thriving.
As a child, Amy grew up next door to her grandparents. He grandfather was a beekeeper and taught her not to fear the bees but instead appreciate the lessons that they had to teach. A seed was planted that would blossom into a life-long desire to help people grow, the way bees help flowers grow.
Since 1996, Amy has been learning and growing; first as a yoga practitioner and then as a teacher. With over 4,000 hours of teaching, over 650 hours of yoga teacher trainings and continuing education, as well as being Level II Reiki attuned, she has a special mix of tools, education, experience, and compassion to create a unique experience for you.
The lesson of the honeybee is to enjoy the abundance of life through persistence, communication, and teamwork all while stopping and smell the flowers. Amy is blessed and touched every day to witness how yoga creates this growth in the lives of so many people, just as it did for her.