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Theresa Macy, Wellness Professional Educator

Theresa Tobin Macy

I opened the door. The sun’s diamonds are dancing on the lake. The blue sky is the canvas for white puffy clouds. Gulls are feasting, birds are singing, my skin is warmed by the sun and cooled by the breeze, I step on to the grass and my soles cool off in the deep green moist carpet.  ~ Breathe ~ Water calms me.

 As a massage therapist I know I can’t touch someone without being touched. Healing touch is mutually sharing an energetic connection. I attracted what I needed to learn and clients were my mirrors. 

Since 2003 I have been honored to walk with an abundance of individuals on their journey of wellness and balance. Integrated Natural Health is one of my passions and has been my journey.

As a solo wellpreneur, crafting my business often meant long hours, changing my hat frequently from massage therapist to yoga teacher, bookkeeper to marketer, and student to teacher. Empowering my clients with practices that enable them to thrive, play, work and have fun, fueled my passion. 

I began to see that I could only guide what I practiced. So, I created my own plan and my clients walked my journey to balance with me. They taught me the healing power of spending time in nature, sitting in stillness, taking a day off, the deliciousness of a green smoothie, and asking for help. 

I learned that everyone’s path and view of personal wellness is different. I met them at their beginning and co-created a fluid plan for our body, mind and heart. 

Now, I share my client’s wisdom with solo wellpreneurs to create and manifest their perfect business and work life balance.
Integrated Natural Health
2020-06-30T22:53:33-04:00
Theresa Macy, Wellness Professional Educator
I opened the door. The sun’s diamonds are dancing on the lake. The blue sky is the canvas for white puffy clouds. Gulls are feasting, birds are singing, my skin is warmed by the sun and cooled by the breeze, I step on to the grass and my soles cool off in the deep green moist carpet.  ~ Breathe ~ Water calms me. As a massage therapist I know I can’t touch someone without being touched. Healing touch is mutually sharing an energetic connection. I attracted what I needed to learn and clients were my mirrors. Since 2003 I have been honored to walk with an abundance of individuals on their journey of wellness and balance. Integrated Natural Health is one of my passions and has been my journey.As a solo wellpreneur, crafting my business often meant long hours, changing my hat frequently from massage therapist to yoga teacher, bookkeeper to marketer, and student to teacher. Empowering my clients with practices that enable them to thrive, play, work and have fun, fueled my passion. I began to see that I could only guide what I practiced. So, I created my own plan and my clients walked my journey to balance with me. They taught me the healing power of spending time in nature, sitting in stillness, taking a day off, the deliciousness of a green smoothie, and asking for help. I learned that everyone’s path and view of personal wellness is different. I met them at their beginning and co-created a fluid plan for our body, mind and heart. Now, I share my client’s wisdom with solo wellpreneurs to create and manifest their perfect business and work life balance.
Larry Macy

Larry Macy

I sit behind the steering wheel and ask “do you want to go left or right.” That is my life’s philosophy – go with the flow, be spontaneous, don’t take life too seriously, safety fast and leaving this world going really fast downhill shouting “Whoo Hooo, what a ride!”

My professed mission is to make at least one person smile, everyday. I am a retired IT Systems Administrator and my part in INH is to navigate the available technology to fulfill our needs. I spent 20 years guiding IT in a section in the Psychiatry Department at the University of Pennsylvania in their mission of making lives better for schizophrenic and autistic persons.  Since retirement, my aim is to support Theresa in her endeavor to bring wellness to people everywhere. This includes assisting in her visual presentations, as photographer, videographer, coach and listener. Making sure we have internet connectivity, living full time in our motorhome and traveling the country, is frequently a big challenge that gets my problem solving juices flowing. My favorite part of this responsibility is going from place to place, in the US, and driving her around, and sometimes crazy. And making her smile.

Join us, how many teams have Santa for their IT guru??
Integrated Natural Health
2020-06-30T22:35:34-04:00
Larry Macy
I sit behind the steering wheel and ask “do you want to go left or right.” That is my life’s philosophy – go with the flow, be spontaneous, don’t take life too seriously, safety fast and leaving this world going really fast downhill shouting “Whoo Hooo, what a ride!”My professed mission is to make at least one person smile, everyday. I am a retired IT Systems Administrator and my part in INH is to navigate the available technology to fulfill our needs. I spent 20 years guiding IT in a section in the Psychiatry Department at the University of Pennsylvania in their mission of making lives better for schizophrenic and autistic persons.  Since retirement, my aim is to support Theresa in her endeavor to bring wellness to people everywhere. This includes assisting in her visual presentations, as photographer, videographer, coach and listener. Making sure we have internet connectivity, living full time in our motorhome and traveling the country, is frequently a big challenge that gets my problem solving juices flowing. My favorite part of this responsibility is going from place to place, in the US, and driving her around, and sometimes crazy. And making her smile.Join us, how many teams have Santa for their IT guru??
April Pishna, Lifestyle, Story Telling Expert, Living a Stout Life

April Pishna

I have one life to live upon this crazy, wonderfully weird, colorful planet. What shall I do with that one life? I will take risks, go to school, have a couple of kids, a couple of marriages, only one divorce.  I will be a classroom teacher, a therapist, a photographer, a snowboard and martial arts instructor. 


I will travel via trains, planes, and automobiles. I will visit many cultures, attempt many languages, try my very best to place myself in other people’s shoes. I will start and end businesses. 


I will drink  beer, wine, margaritas, and more beer. I will write, teach more, tell stories, not know where to start with those stories. I will learn and  fail. I will fall, and I will rise. I will work too hard, play too hard, hurt my knees, break some teeth, break a toe. 


I will snowboard, mountain bike, hike, climb 14’ers, run a marathon or two, practice yoga, lift weights, ride a horse. I will be lazy, read books, watch too much Netflix, and wallow in pity.  


I will mourn friends gone, celebrate birthdays, attend funerals, find God, lose God, find God again, connect to nature, make friends, lose friends, piss people off, make people laugh. I will create balance, lose it, find it again, lose it again, and finally understand that being unbalanced at times is part of being balanced. I will thrive in chaos.


Yep, did that, but not done.


I will heli-board, scuba dive, live in Italy and Alaska, open a brewery, inspire, motivate, excite, innovate, kick ass.  You get the picture.  I will live a life that matches me, and part of that life includes helping you to do the same.


I’m a 49 year old woman who will never act her age.  I am married to my best friend, raised two of the best humans on this planet, and plan on being around for at least another 70 or so years. There’s way too many things to experience to ever be done living.


I’m telling you, you want someone like me in your corner.
Integrated Natural Health
2020-06-30T22:39:57-04:00
April Pishna, Lifestyle, Story Telling Expert, Living a Stout Life
I have one life to live upon this crazy, wonderfully weird, colorful planet. What shall I do with that one life? I will take risks, go to school, have a couple of kids, a couple of marriages, only one divorce.  I will be a classroom teacher, a therapist, a photographer, a snowboard and martial arts instructor.  I will travel via trains, planes, and automobiles. I will visit many cultures, attempt many languages, try my very best to place myself in other people’s shoes. I will start and end businesses.  I will drink  beer, wine, margaritas, and more beer. I will write, teach more, tell stories, not know where to start with those stories. I will learn and  fail. I will fall, and I will rise. I will work too hard, play too hard, hurt my knees, break some teeth, break a toe.  I will snowboard, mountain bike, hike, climb 14’ers, run a marathon or two, practice yoga, lift weights, ride a horse. I will be lazy, read books, watch too much Netflix, and wallow in pity.   I will mourn friends gone, celebrate birthdays, attend funerals, find God, lose God, find God again, connect to nature, make friends, lose friends, piss people off, make people laugh. I will create balance, lose it, find it again, lose it again, and finally understand that being unbalanced at times is part of being balanced. I will thrive in chaos. Yep, did that, but not done. I will heli-board, scuba dive, live in Italy and Alaska, open a brewery, inspire, motivate, excite, innovate, kick ass.  You get the picture.  I will live a life that matches me, and part of that life includes helping you to do the same. I’m a 49 year old woman who will never act her age.  I am married to...
Jeremy Bromwell

Jeremy Bromwell

I have never backed away from a challenge or something that seems “hard”. I prefer the winding slower path over the one that many others have followed and worn. Not because I don’t trust them or question the value of time and speed, but because I trust that those people are already sharing the stories that path has to tell. What about the other path? Who is going to absorb and share its story? If I have the option and ability, it will be me.


This winding path has taken me through various programs of study and professions. Along the path to my bachelor’s degree, I experienced management information systems, took a year to obtain a master cosmetology diploma, real estate, organizational leadership, and ended with a degree in marketing. The professions aligned with this path and created the real-time feedback loop I needed to process and apply the classroom instruction. I spent many years while pursuing my degree working in healthcare. I then served customers in the chair and on the table in a salon. I then helped individuals and families navigate the largest financial transaction most families in this country make. I then fell in love with helping brands share their story, which moved from Atlanta to New York City and then San Francisco as I started to help new technology companies innovate, launch, and grow. 


A motorcycle accident forced my attention to shift away from my career and team and to myself and healing. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve always been a physically active person swimming, playing water polo, softball, hitting the gym, running, yoga, hiking, and exploring with my dog. Before the accident, the motivation and drive behind being active was two-fold: to clear my mind away from a screen and to try and overcome a horrifying list of family medical issues. 


Through multiple surgeries over a few years, I learned a lot more about the recovery process, my body, and how to give my mind and body what it needed with a new set of boundaries. This conscious (albeit forced) shift inward led me to take time off to travel the country and to reconnect with yoga. This path meandered into me starting my own business and continuing to explore the country as a full-time nomad. The path also allowed me the opportunity to spend a month in India going through yoga teacher training surrounded by some amazing people.


So here I am, approaching 40, and striving for the balance between serving others and myself, screen time and fresh air, planning and following the breeze, action oriented entrepreneur and calm slow breathing yogi consciously and mindfully taking the slow winding road and soaking up the energy and gifts all around us and sharing a smile everywhere life sends me as I continue to write the story of Jeremy.
Integrated Natural Health
2020-06-30T22:44:32-04:00
Jeremy Bromwell
I have never backed away from a challenge or something that seems “hard”. I prefer the winding slower path over the one that many others have followed and worn. Not because I don’t trust them or question the value of time and speed, but because I trust that those people are already sharing the stories that path has to tell. What about the other path? Who is going to absorb and share its story? If I have the option and ability, it will be me. This winding path has taken me through various programs of study and professions. Along the path to my bachelor’s degree, I experienced management information systems, took a year to obtain a master cosmetology diploma, real estate, organizational leadership, and ended with a degree in marketing. The professions aligned with this path and created the real-time feedback loop I needed to process and apply the classroom instruction. I spent many years while pursuing my degree working in healthcare. I then served customers in the chair and on the table in a salon. I then helped individuals and families navigate the largest financial transaction most families in this country make. I then fell in love with helping brands share their story, which moved from Atlanta to New York City and then San Francisco as I started to help new technology companies innovate, launch, and grow.  A motorcycle accident forced my attention to shift away from my career and team and to myself and healing. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve always been a physically active person swimming, playing water polo, softball, hitting the gym, running, yoga, hiking, and exploring with my dog. Before the accident, the motivation and drive behind being active was two-fold: to clear my mind away from a screen and to try and overcome a...
Seva Macy, Support Zen Doggie

Seva

When Theresa came to the farm looking for a friend, I was so excited to see her.  She walked into the barn, sat on the floor and asked the farmer to let me and my brothers out of the pen so she could get to know us. She smelled so good! I ran right to her, jumped into her lap and began licking her face. Theresa began to massage my back and I was in heaven. I curled up, relaxed and watched my brothers play, knowing I would be leaving them and going to my forever home. This was my mission in this life. You see Theresa’s friend Orion had crossed the rainbow bridge. I could feel her sadness lift and her energy shift as she continued to massage me.

On the way home we talked about names. She began to call me Seva. Theresa explained that it was a Sanskrit word that meant service for the pure joy of serving. I LOVED IT so I licked her hand. She told me I was going to be a therapy dog. Wow, what a great day ~ I got a new friend, name and job. I began immediately. 

If Theresa is working too much, I poke her in the leg with my nose, bring her my favorite toy and encourage her to get up and play or go for a walk. I feel her energy shift immediately as we step out into nature and go sniffing and exploring. She tells me all about her day, what she thinks about, what she worries about. 

I love her and she loves me.

I am an exuberantly happy connector. One time, as soon as we got to a new campground (we are full time RVers and I love going to new places) the door was left open. I went to say hi to everyone. I got to swim in the cove, run to all the neighbor’s sites and say hi, everyone came out to play chase me, and Larry and Theresa met so many new friends that day. We have so many more places to go and friends to meet. 

I still get a massage most days. Theresa and I practice Zen Doggie with my other BFF Amy McCaa. We make videos, meet other friends and make lots of humans smile.
Integrated Natural Health
2020-04-10T17:36:09-04:00
Seva Macy, Support Zen Doggie
When Theresa came to the farm looking for a friend, I was so excited to see her.  She walked into the barn, sat on the floor and asked the farmer to let me and my brothers out of the pen so she could get to know us. She smelled so good! I ran right to her, jumped into her lap and began licking her face. Theresa began to massage my back and I was in heaven. I curled up, relaxed and watched my brothers play, knowing I would be leaving them and going to my forever home. This was my mission in this life. You see Theresa’s friend Orion had crossed the rainbow bridge. I could feel her sadness lift and her energy shift as she continued to massage me.On the way home we talked about names. She began to call me Seva. Theresa explained that it was a Sanskrit word that meant service for the pure joy of serving. I LOVED IT so I licked her hand. She told me I was going to be a therapy dog. Wow, what a great day ~ I got a new friend, name and job. I began immediately. If Theresa is working too much, I poke her in the leg with my nose, bring her my favorite toy and encourage her to get up and play or go for a walk. I feel her energy shift immediately as we step out into nature and go sniffing and exploring. She tells me all about her day, what she thinks about, what she worries about. I love her and she loves me.I am an exuberantly happy connector. One time, as soon as we got to a new campground (we are full time RVers and I love going to new places) the door was left open. I...

Remmy

My first real adventure was the long ride away from my Mom and brothers and sisters to my new home in Oakland, California, at 8 weeks old. I was excited but nervous, this human smelled good and was a lot of fun to play with when I met him, but now I was inside the metal box experiencing movements I had never felt.

I eventually fell asleep because I have always loved my naps and then later woke up in a garage that I would soon learn to be mine. As I got settled in and started exploring my yard and house, I was pretty excited. My Dad seemed pretty cool, and I loved the snuggle time.

I soon learned my name was Remmington or Remmy most of the time. I got used to car rides and meeting strangers early on because Dad took me to his office daily. I made a ton of friends there, and there was even another puppy some days. Sydney was my first doggie companion, and we loved our walks and playtime in the grass.

I’ve always been curious, so I kept my eye on the door that took me to the expansive world of smells and new humans. I successfully escaped a few times, but my success was always quickly met with a familiar human calling my name and acting very excited. They didn’t seem to think it was amusing, but I loved the attention and chase.

Not long after my first birthday, I set out on a road trip across the US. I got to stay in so many hotels and explore so many new places. It was amazing. This trip is where I fully embraced my inner explorer and expanded my love for hiking.

Then after seeing my grandparents for a week at the beach, I got to go on my first ever RV adventure. (Isn’t the beach sand the best to dig in?) This travel mode was far more enjoyable! Instead of my little area in the back seat, I had a bus to run around and explore.

After all of that, I then got to go on an airplane to head back to California – planes are probably my least favorite way to travel.

Not too long after that plane ride, I started full time RVing with my Dad. We’re in our second house on wheels at this point, and I’m now 4 years old. I never really know where we’re going next, but I love it when I hear the words “load em up” because I know new friends and smells are on the other side of that ride.
Integrated Natural Health
2020-07-06T15:31:54-04:00
My first real adventure was the long ride away from my Mom and brothers and sisters to my new home in Oakland, California, at 8 weeks old. I was excited but nervous, this human smelled good and was a lot of fun to play with when I met him, but now I was inside the metal box experiencing movements I had never felt. I eventually fell asleep because I have always loved my naps and then later woke up in a garage that I would soon learn to be mine. As I got settled in and started exploring my yard and house, I was pretty excited. My Dad seemed pretty cool, and I loved the snuggle time. I soon learned my name was Remmington or Remmy most of the time. I got used to car rides and meeting strangers early on because Dad took me to his office daily. I made a ton of friends there, and there was even another puppy some days. Sydney was my first doggie companion, and we loved our walks and playtime in the grass. I’ve always been curious, so I kept my eye on the door that took me to the expansive world of smells and new humans. I successfully escaped a few times, but my success was always quickly met with a familiar human calling my name and acting very excited. They didn’t seem to think it was amusing, but I loved the attention and chase. Not long after my first birthday, I set out on a road trip across the US. I got to stay in so many hotels and explore so many new places. It was amazing. This trip is where I fully embraced my inner explorer and expanded my love for hiking. Then after seeing my grandparents for a week...
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