Northwell Health’s Center for Wellness and Integrative Medicine is an educational, wellness and retreat center dedicated to your personal evolution in mind, body and spirit. We understand that each person’s journey to health is unique. That’s why we collaborate with your healthcare team to create a wellness plan individualized to your specific needs and goals.
Our multidisciplinary staff includes a holistic nurse practitioner, massage therapist, acupuncturist, reflexologist, nutritionist, certified yoga instructors, and other integrative health professionals.
The Center for Wellness and Integrative Medicine is simple and honest. We know we are all a work in progress and we believe that everyone can live a vibrant, balanced and healthy life. At the Center, we invite you to practice, learn, delve, enjoy and ultimately transform your life with our practices and master practitioners.
To offer the Center as an access to health, healing, happiness, mindful living and transformation. We are dedicated to fulfilling our mission personally within ourselves, our community organizations, in local schools, clinics and healthcare institutions and in the world.
Our core values
- Authenticity & integrity
- Deliberateness & collaboration
- Courage & heart leadership
- Kindness & generosity
Our team is experienced, dedicated and determined. We are passionately committed to our clients, our practice, our company, our community and ourselves. As a team, we share common goals and vision for the company and every one of us maintains a daily practice. We strive to maintain an open culture of collaboration and conversation in which team members are hands-on contributors.
Reconnecting With Yourself Through Meditation
Life after baby can be chaotic. Here, Tina Conroy, E-RYT, RMT, director of energy healing and reiki master with Northwell Health’s Center for Wellness and Integrative Medicine, guides you through a short grounding meditation to help reconnect with your mind and body.
Breathing Exercises To Help Calm New Moms
In those first weeks home with baby, it’s easy to feel like your one and only responsibility is taking care of your little one morning, noon, and night. But that doesn’t mean self-care should take a back seat. After all, as the saying goes, “The secret to a happy baby is a happy mom.” Here, Tina Conroy, E-RYT, RMT, director of energy healing and reiki master with Northwell Health’s Center for Wellness and Integrative Medicine, guides you through several breathing techniques to help you feel calm, focused, and relaxed—yes, really!—during the fourth trimester (and beyond).
Postpartum Exercises: Perfecting Your Posture
For many parents who’ve just given birth, the prospect of starting an exercise or any physical routine again may seem daunting. But what if we told you starting could be as easy as sitting in a chair and working on your posture? Here, Amy Aranoff, a Pilates instructor with Northwell Health’s Center for Wellness and Integrative Medicine, will guide you through several posture-based activities that can be great for rebuilding your core strength after baby (or anytime, really).
How integrative medicine helped women during COVID-19
COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of integrative medicine, which combines modern medicine, healthy lifestyle practices and complementary healing modalities.
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