In-person Holistic Healthcare Day at Marbletown Community Center and virtual week


Holistic Health Community of Stone Ridge will offer its ongoing in-person Holistic Healthcare Day from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, at the Marbletown Community Center, 3564 Main St., Stone Ridge, and a Virtual Community Holistic Healthcare Week, Monday-Friday, Feb. 26-March 1, via Zoom and telephone sessions.

Practitioners for the in-person Holistic Healthcare Day include Ami Jayaprada Hirschstein, Ayurvedic wellness consultations; Bradley Berg, Counseling for your soul; Cornelia Wathen, Emotion Code; Diana Seiler, Thai massage; Donna Cohen, spiritual counseling and therapeutic yoga; Greg Madden, Biophoton therapy; Holly Shelowitz, nutritional counseling; Katie Todd, the flow of grace; Larry Balestra, reiki; Mary Zak, reiki; Nancye Good, Niasziih; Reagen Leonard, Frequency guided coaching; Suzanne Bottigliero, One Light Healing Touch; and Yuko Nakagawa, Jyorei, a Japanese spiritual healing practice.

For Virtual Holistic Healthcare Week, practitioners include Alé Moss, Akashic records reading; Amber Adams, spiritual counseling and/or Yogic embodiment techniques; Danielle Harfush, health and longevity coaching; Donna Nisha Cohen, spiritual counseling; George Jacobs, Psychospiritual counseling and coaching; Joanna Leffeld, Healing your money story; Melissa Schenker, work/life coaching; Pete Crotty, astrology/tarot readings; Rea Leonard, Frequency guided coaching; Sharon Lococo, consciousness shifting; Suzanne Bottigliero, Chakra clearings; Vicki Kramer Nathan, resilience and wellness coaching; and Wendy Wolosoff-Hayes, spacious heart guidance.

Other free holistic opportunities include Bobbi Esmark, free qigong classes; Circle of Friends of the Dying, free Death Cafes; Jadina Lilien, free family constellations; Shulamit Elson, free MediSounds® Sounding; and Therese Bimka, daily morning meditation.

Community Holistic Healthcare Day is held on the third Tuesday of each month. All sessions, in-person and via Zoom or phone, must be booked online. Patients should make an appointment for one session only so the maximum number of people may benefit. To make an appointment, go to Once the appointment is made, all information will be sent to the practitioner, and then they will contact each patient.

The Holistic Health Community Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, charitable corporation. Though there is no charge for services, sacred reciprocity is encouraged by making a donation, offering volunteer service or by doing an act of loving kindness toward someone in need. To donate and for more information about the Holistic Health Community, its practitioners, and their modalities, visit or call 845-867-7008.