Dr. Marie Perkins, OTR/L, LMT, DOM, Dipl. Ac.
Dr. Marie Perkins, OTR/L, LMT, DOM, Dipl. Ac. is one of the most recognized practitioners in Palm Harbor as a “non-pharmaceutical” pain specialist.
Born and raised in Quebec City Canada, Dr. Perkins received her Bachelor Degree in Occupational Therapy from University Laval in 1993. Her passion led her to leave everything behind and immigrated to Florida in 1995. She proceeded with acquiring her Massage Therapy license from Bahkti Academy in 1999 and her Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine from the Florida Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2004.
Her goal for founding East West Healing Solutions was to be a pioneer in the community working at bridging the gap between Eastern and Western Medicine. She has established strong partnership with Medical Doctors, Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine, Orthopedic Surgeons, Neurologists, Pain Management Physicians, Doctors of Chiropractic, Rehabilitative Specialists, Athletic Directors, Coaches and Personal Injury Attorneys in the community proving not only that it can be done but also that a cohesive team approach is often the most efficient way to help a patient..
“Over the years I have continued to add to my knowledge in order to be able to help as many patients I possibly could. Most of the time, a joint effort from Western and Eastern Medicine is required to obtain optimal health. For that reason, patients should proactively seek a team of highly trained professionals in various fields, all working toward one common goal; the PATIENT’S best interest. Your health portfolio should be built with the same concepts as your financial portfolio; diversification is the key!, Dr. Marie Perkins tells her patients.”
Aside from offering Traditional Acupuncture to Palm Harbor patients, her clinic also offers several other complementary treatments such as Herbal prescriptions, Cupping, Gua Sha, Moxibustion, Diathermia, Dry Aqua Massage, Cold Laser Therapy, Medical Massage and Postural Analysis among others. Dr. Perkins also develops customized, personal healing and health plans for each patient at East West Healing Solutions.
Licensed by the National:
Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy
Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
Sandy starting practicing Hot Yoga in 1997 and got her first certification in 1999. With her interest in anatomy and physiology of yoga, she continues her education and workshops regularly.She emphasizes finding your inner strength and your inner healing power to enjoy the flexibility and
She emphasizes finding your inner strength and your inner healing power to enjoy the flexibility and a therapeutic benefits of yoga. Sandy’s passion is travel, she has visited 43 states and 18 countries. She has three grown children and two granddaughters.
Yoga and Meditation Instructor
Lili Brun began to practice yoga when she first moved to Dunedin, FL from Denver, CO in 2006. She immediately felt a special connection. Her self-discovery journey began!
She practiced different types of yoga like Kundalini, Bikram, Anusara, Bhakti, Amrit, Ashtanga, Iyengar, Nidra and many different types of Meditation as well. In 2014 Lili received level 1 & 2 Reiki certification and practices Qi gong & Tai Chi under Master Shifu Orlando Schiaffino.
Lili received her 200RYT under Ally Ford and Calley Masson Sunderman in 2015. She continues to practice yoga and take many workshops to expand her yoga knowledge. She feels so lucky and grateful to learn from many local gifted Teachers and some non-local gifted Teachers as well.
She considers herself a student of Life. Constantly learning from life lessons, her practice, her daughter, students, teachers, family, friends and people she meets daily. She follows her intuition and heart leading her to a constant transformation.
Pamela Harris is a licensed esthetician and s 200-hr certified yoga instructor, specializing in skincare, waxing, body treatments, and studio/private yoga lessons. Pamela has been working in esthetics and practicing yoga for over 20 years. She is also expanding her knowledge in Ayurvedic nutrition and yoga therapies with a NAMA accredited course. Her objective is to bring health and wellness to her clients by blending Ayurvedic therapies, yoga, and esthetics together in a natural and holistic approach.
Pamela’s interest in esthetics began back when she was in high school. She had some minor skin care problems of her own so she began to use makeup – a lot of makeup, but as she matured, she realized she needed to take care of her skin instead of just covering it up. She booked an appointment for her first facial and was hooked! As soon as her youngest started kindergarten, she set off to receive her esthetics license. At first, she took more of a medical approach to her practice and worked in a high-end spa. But shortly thereafter, she found yoga. Pamela instantly fell in love and attended class every week continuing to make it a part of her life over the next several years. After practicing for about 10 years, Pamela sought out her 200-hour yoga teacher certification. Throughout Pamela’s practice in both fields, her path has changed. Her theory is: Why not combine them together in a natural and holistic way. Pamela aims to inspire healing from within; creating a relaxing environment that is not only cleansing for your skin but is also cleansing for your mind, body, and soul.
Pamela’s hobbies include Yoga, Qi Gong, and making Organic skincare. Over the past few years, she developed very successful workshops which include teaching participants to make their own organic skincare. Pamela also loves travel. Recently she had the opportunity to volunteer at an Eco Village in Taiwan where she taught yoga and learned about organic farming.
Pamela’s dream one day is to create her own organic skincare line that values what you put on your skin is just as important as what you put in your body. It should be made with fresh, whole, and pure ingredients.
Pamela is excited to meet you and have you join her on this journey.
Corinne Clynes began practicing yoga in 2005 and it has been a part of her life ever since. Her biggest gain from a consistent yoga practice is a more balanced lifestyle in mind, body, and spirit. Due to the many benefits, she has gained from yoga along the way she eventually wanted to share these healing practices with others and become a yoga instructor.
Corinne has an array of Yoga and certifications, her training includes the following; 400 hours of Ashtanga based teacher training, 220 hours of level one Kundalini teacher training, Beyond Addiction Training with Kundalini yoga, Reiki 1&2 level practitioner, Pranic healing certification along with being a Registered nurse since 2005 and she became a Certified Oncology Nurse Practitioner in 2012.
Corinne believes that focused time and attention on self-care through yoga, meditation, and movement lead to a more peaceful, fulfilled, and healthier lifestyle.