We are moving!!! Sadly, SNFW will have to find a new home in the new year. I have thoroughly enjoyed my current location and its accessibility for clients at SNFW, and of course, the Green Goddess next door! However, the building has sold and the new occupants love my space too! So they will not keep my lease as they plan to occupy this space themselves. Therefore, we will be seeing patients at a new location that is to be determined! I do apologize ahead of time for any confusion this may cause you and our hope is to make the transition as smooth as possible. We will be communicating any new information to you as soon as we have any information to pass along. I am trying to see this as a wonderful opportunity in disguise and I hope that our new home is even better for all. I am excited about the possibilities and am trying to keep this excitement on the forefront as we go through this stressful transition. That being said, we always strive to maintain a high level of care for our patients and you will continue to be what comes first at our office!
New Practitioner at SNFW!
Welcome Lisa-Anne Loucka!! Lisa-Anne is an Independent Reiki Master/Teacher of the Usui lineage. She practices at Stowe Natural Family Wellness and out of her home in Craftsbury. She has worked with individuals and families since the 80’s and has her Bachelor’s in Social Work. She experienced Reiki for the first time in 2004 to assist her in living a life with Epilepsy. Lisa-Anne became seizure free in 2005. Brain surgery and Reiki sessions were a part of her healing journey. Her profound experience with Reiki inspired her to want to share the gift of Reiki, and she took her first Reiki Class in 2006.
Additionally, she volunteers one day a week at Central Vermont Medical Center’s National Life Cancer Treatment Center. http://www.cvmc.org and is the Vermont Reiki Association’s Newsletter Coordinator. http://www.vermontreikiassociation.org. Lisa-Anne’s life is enriched as a mother of a 20 year old son and a 17 year old daughter. She enjoys nature and being outside.
Angela Robens ND, RN