Holistic Healing

Holistic Healing Practitioners

If you are interested in healing touch or massage, please contact the practitioner directly to find out more about their services and practice.

Diane Barango

My practice consists of providing my clients whole body health and wellness in a quiet, peaceful and safe environment. The bodywork modalities I use include Esalen style massage where long, flowing strokes give you a feeling of whole body connectedness.


Karen Carlson, LMT

I have been serving clients for over 14 years and moving them ever closer to optimal health. I believe wellness is a partnership between client and practitioner. Be Well Massage creates a safe, nurturing space to escape life's stresses and over-commitments.


Theresa Puchley, ND

Theresa Puchley, N.D., is a Wheaton Franciscan Covenant Member, Naturopathic Doctor, and has advanced certification in lymphatic drainage and lymphatic breast massage. She offers naturopathic consultations and lymphatic drainage therapy. 


Mary Rittman, HTCP

Healing Touch is a relaxing, nurturing, heart-centered therapy which works with your energy field to support your body's own ability to heal. Healing Touch uses light touch, or near body touch, to clear, balance, energize, and support your own energy system.


Joy E.M. Rudnicki

I graduated from the Chicago School of Massage Therapy in August 1987. I have been Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork since 1991. I feel the body is a whole unit, so one must address the whole body for good health and healing.


Lynn Schafer, OSF, HTP

Healing Touch is an energy-based approach to health and healing using touch to influence the human energy system, specifically the energy field that surrounds the body and the energy centers that control the energy flow from the energy field to the physical body.


Judy Walejeski

I am a registered nurse with 18 years experience and have been a certified massage therapist since 1997. My goal is to provide a massage personalized for your pain and stress reduction needs.



I discovered that while my body was tired, the physical activity increased my endorphins, and my mind was wide awake for prayer. It was actually easier to focus on God with my body resting quietly in the background.
— Sr. Sheryl Frances Chen, O.C.S.O.

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