Episcopal Wellness Program - CranioSacral Therapy and Reflexology
In addition to peer-led wellness groups, seminars and other offerings, the Episcopal Wellness Program will continue to offer holistic therapy sessions. Kathleen Ullmann, will be offering CranioSacral Therapy and Reflexology sessions to students, faculty, staff, spartners, and other community members for a highly reduced rate of $20.00 per session (cash only please). Kathleen is professionally trained and certified in these therapies, and we are happy to bring her expertise and experience to the Close in service of your well being.
Kathleen will be offering sessions in the Moore Building (room tbd) this semester on Friday mornings:
Session times for these dates will be 9:15 a.m., 10:00 a.m., and 10:45 a.m. and will last approximately 30 minutes. These therapies are non-invasive and pain-free and can be experienced wearing your regular clothing. Please sign up for only one session at a time, 3 sessions per semester in order to maximize Kathleen's ability to see as many people as possible. At each session, you will be asked to sign a waiver.
I hope many of you will take advantage of this great opportunity, and I wish you all a happy, healthy and holy semester.
Kathleen T. Ullmann is an early childhood special educator and a licensed massage therapist. During the past decade, she has integrated her trainings in AMMA Therapy, reflexology, CranioSacral therapy, lymphatic drainage, pregnancy massage and infant massage instruction to provide CAM services to a broad population both at NY Presbyterian Hospital and the outside community. For 13 years, she provided specialized massage therapy for post-op open heart and heart transplant patients as part of Dr. Oz’s Integrative Medicine Program.
Kathleen has just completed her 3rd CPE. She earned her BA and MS in special education from Adelphi University and taught foundation courses in traditional Chinese medicine at The New York College. In 2009, Kathleen earned a certificate in Christian Spirituality from the General Theological Seminary and is now pursuing an MA in Theology in the Spiritual Direction Program.