KMM Wellness Advocates
Bonnie Henderson - Wellness Receptionist
Hi, I’m Bonnie. I am a wife of 46 years, a mother, grandmother and great grandmother. I’m known as Nana to all the generations of my family. In addition to my family, I have done many things in my life that have brought me much joy: jumped 4 foot fences on horseback, owned and operated a cleaning service for 37 years, organized successful Youth fund raising dinners, lead a 4-H and Brownie group, taught the Nursery class at church for as long as I can remember, helped with the lessons in our Youth program at church, baked and decorated numerous wedding/birthday/anniversary cakes, yearly hosted sit down dinners for our extended family for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and cared for my elderly father for nearly 7 years.
As I enter my golden years, I greatly appreciate the services and products offered at Keystone Medical Massage. I have been a client of Veronique for several years, and she has helped me through many rough patches. Now, as I begin my work at Keystone Medical Massage as a Receptionist and Assistant, I hope to help you since Veronique has helped me, by assisting and educating you on the products and services available at Keystone Medical Massage.
Matt Mikeska - Spiritual Drumming & Holistic Bodywork
Rhythm is what gives form to the boundless spirit and energy of all that is within and beyond our human experience. From the movement of celestial bodies, to the changing seasons, the repeating cycles within nature and the beating heart of each one of us. Rhythm is a common thread that runs through everything, down to the smallest atoms that are vibrating with the beat of creation. The drum, being far more than an instrument, is a tool that is simple and accessible to anyone who approaches . the drum acts as a point of contact between the rhythm within and the universal rhythm. Through the drum we can connect with our deeper, primal self while at the same time connecting with others drumming around around us. As our rhythms synchronize with one another we create something that is much bigger and more powerful than any one of its individual parts. The drum circle becomes a deep and meaningful, radical act of community. Through the beating drum self becomes integrated with all that is outside of self. At the very least it's just fun to beat on a drum.