Our Skin Partners

Brands We Trust

Eminence Organics Skincare. Budapest, Hungary.
“Since our inception in 1958, we have been using sustainable farming and green practices to create natural, organic and Biodynamic products.” – Boldijarre, President. Our products are free of parabens, animal by-products, propylene glycol, sodium laurel sulfates, harmful colorants and fragrances, mineral oils, petroleum, and other harsh cosmetic chemicals. Visit here:

Idun Minerals. Stockholm, Sweden.
Founded on the International Women’s Day 2011. Our product development is in consultation with Swedish researchers and dermatologists who together create the unique composition of caring ingredients which is present in all of our products. The products contain only ingredients that protect and nourish, hence they are suitable to even fit the most sensitive skin. Visit here:

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Integrative Partners

Professionals We Work With


Alexa Halstead. Soul Quest Coach.

Alexa is first a foremost a devoted student of life. She is an intuitive healer who utilizes soul centered breathwork, movement, and lifestyle practices to empower her clients to recognize their own wisdom. Alexa believes deeply that the answers can only be found within and serves from a reserve of knowledge of the energy body, the heroes journey, ancient Eastern philosophy, and the principles of alchemy. In your work with her, you can expect to be challenged and held throughout your process inwards. If you are curious, feel free to email Alexa at
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Dr. Leanne Schlueter. Doctor of Chiropractic.
Living much of her youth as a sick child, Dr. Leanne Schlueter has overcome many obstacles in order to find the true meaning of health. Because of her trials as a youth, she sought out her dream of becoming a doctor to help others. Dr. Schlueter graduated from Augustana College with both Pre-Medicine and Biology degrees in 2007, but knew that traditional medicine wasn’t her calling. It is then that she found Palmer College of Chiropractic. By a leap of faith, she applied and was rewarded with an acceptance letter to start her journey of becoming a doctor of chiropractic. During her studies at Palmer School of Chiropractic, she stumbled upon Max Living and it’s embodiment of real health. She found her passion among the programs offered through Max Living, and knew that this was the true meaning of healthy living. Through Max Living, Dr. Schlueter was able to train with the top doctors in the country, and was able to travel to the Rio Olympics and work with our team USA athletes. She opened her practice, Greenwood Family Chiropractic, and has been changing lives ever since. By seeing multiple transformational testimonies of health, Dr. Schlueter is keeping her passion alive for families all around Greenwood.

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Dr. Yousef Mohammadi, MD. Family Medicine.
Dr. Yousef Mohammadi is passionate about nutrition and integrative medicine, an evidence based practice that treats the whole person and utilizes multiple therapeutic modalities for healing. He has additional interest in sports medicine and is concussion management certified. He practices full spectrum outpatient family medicine and serves as a MedCheck provider. In his free time, Dr. Mohammadi is active in soccer, swimming and scuba diving. He also enjoys live music, cooking, traveling and ballroom dancing.

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Dr. Susan McAlister. Energy Practitioner.

Susan performs energy work to clear, align, balance, boost and restore the body’s natural energy and resiliency of the Meridian’s, Chakras’, and Aura’s to promote optimal health and well being.

Susan works with energy streams from the emotional, physical, and spiritual realms of wellbeing. Based on an assessment of needs the Meridians and/or Chakras are balanced and aligned to bring your unique energy in alignment.

She uses the energy sources of her hands and vibrational frequency based tuning forks to achieve the energy harmony. Tuning forks create vibrational energy, produce harmonic proportions to provide mechanical signals to cells, bones, and muscles to help stimulate previously inactive muscle fibers and nerve pathways.

If a part of the body is out of balance it will energetically resonate ‘out of tune’. By applying the correct frequency, a resonance is created that entrains the area that is out of balance back to its correct frequency.


Dr. Katelin Parkinson, Naturopathic Doctor

An expert in holistic healthcare; medically trained and naturally focused. Katelin’s approach as a ND incorporates evidence-based functional medicine with traditional and holistic approaches to care. She has a special passion for women’s health and has pursued additional training as a fertility awareness based method educator. She is passionate about proactive preventative wellness and believes that integrative healthcare is the future. It is important to her that the women she works with feel involved, educated, and empowered with regards to their health and wellness goals. She utilizes a multitude of naturopathic modalities in her wellness practice, helping women with a variety of health concerns including hormonal imbalances, menstrual disorders, thyroid concerns, digestive health, stress management, mental health, skin heath, aging gracefully, sleep issues, fertility and pregnancy care. In addition, she teaches women to chart their menstrual cycles to monitor reproductive health and fertility. Originally from Toronto, Canada she has been working in Indianapolis since moving to Indiana with her Husband, cat and dog. She feels most herself either in the kitchen, walking outside, or spending time at her lake house in northern Ontario.

Joelle Samples. Reproductive Health & Wellness Coach.

YinRoot is a holistic health and bodywork practice based out of Noblesville, Indiana, that specializes in female reproductive health and fertility care. From puberty through perimenopause, Joelle helps to educate and empower young girls and women to embrace the beauty of their menstrual cycles. Whether you are experiencing abnormal or painful periods, pain with intercourse, fertility challenges, or you are simply looking for support as your young daughter enters puberty, Joelle is here to support and guide you on your health and wellness journey.


Danielle Ewing. Fabric Artist.

A self-taught fiber artist residing in Zionsville, Indiana.  As a registered nurse by training, Danielle never considered herself an artist.  Two years ago she was looking for a creative outlet as a way to quiet her mind after a busy day managing clinics and chasing her two small children.  She discovered the ancient art of weaving, creating her first woven piece utilizing a picture frame as a loom.  Immediately she realized she found her new passion.  Danielle’s main technique is frame loom weaving, with experience in macramé, floor loom weaving, spinning and dyeing.  When Danielle sits at her loom, she rarely knows the outcome of the piece.  Instead she lets the fibers and weaving process guide the design.  Danielle participates in many juried art events, as well as commissioned art pieces.  Danielle’s reverence for nature and the vibrant joy of her children’s spirits is the inspiration behind her art.

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Abigail Emmert. Local Artist.

Abigail Emmert Art is an independent oil painter located in Indianapolis, Indiana.  With nature as inspiration and love for all the creatures of our earth, Abigail’s paintings are focused on capturing the beautiful beings that we share our world with.  Abigail’s art consists of commissioned pet portraits and original floral and fauna paintings.  However, she is known to paint any subject, person, or place with the proper muse.

Page Park.  Tulsi Rose Yoga.
Page has been a special education teacher for 24 years. She brings that experience onto the mat for a unique yoga session. These sessions combine her knowledge of yoga, how people learn with her own gentle nature. Using this knowledge she has created a space where you can get in touch with your inner self. This inner tuning brings about an understanding of what you truly need and how you can apply it on and off the mat.  Page completed her 500-hour teacher training through SoulWork with an additional 100 hours of yin training. When not in the classroom or teaching yoga, Page can be found walking, in nature, taking pictures, eating amazing food, listening to live music, wandering the farmer’s markets, spending time with friends, or just hanging out at home with her two dogs.