Michelle Brewer

BA Psychology, RYT, CRMP, IRIL1 

Reiki, Yoga, Reiki Meditation, Yoga Therapy

Holistic Health 



"When you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything."


-Lao Tzu

My journey in holistic health and healing began over 20 years ago when I discovered yoga when it was suggested as a method to help heal an unrelenting spinal injury. Almost immediately, I noticed a decrease in pain both during and after yoga class. Day by day practice left me not only physically stronger, but I also felt more focused and content than ever before. Eventually. I was inspired to share my passion for yoga with others. In 2003, I trained to be a 200 HR yoga instructor at Discovery Yoga in St Augustine, FL.

Through years of teaching and developing my practice, I began to understand that the principles of yoga are not only helpful on the mat, but have real life lessons and applications. The Zen philosophy of Shoshin, beginners mind, resonates with me as I approach life with a sense of curiosity and enthusiasm to evolve, grow and learn. I have always had a deep interest in the body's capacity to heal itself. So after years of teaching, I embarked on a journey to study the Usui Reiki technique and went on to receive my master certification. Yoga and Reiki are a natural combination. Both practices work in tandem, encouraging the flow of life force energy in the body by removing blocks and balancing the chakras. In 2019, I received my Level 1 certification in the IRest method of Mindfulness Meditation. 


This year, 2020, has been a year of unique challenges, but through the hardships I have discovered a renewed sense of self worth and desire to show up in the world in ways I hadn't before. I'm more enthusiastic than ever to hold space for others so they can seek alignment to their truth in the present moment. This summer I added two new certifications, Basic and Advanced Theta Healing. My holistic approach to physical health and well-being consists of a fusion of Reiki, Theta Healing, meditation and yoga. Each technique that I incorporate can stand alone, be combined, or compliment western medicine practices as they are all safe and natural.