Dyanna Kozloski Rettig
MSAc., LAc,. NCCAOM Diplomate, LMT, RYT
Dyanna is a NYS licensed acupuncturist and a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine with a focus in Classical Chinese Medicine. Her love of people and her fascination with the human body have lead her to pursue her path as an acupuncturist. She believes that the body, mind and spirit are inseparable and that these three components must be balanced to a maintain a happy and healthy life. Her treatments are more than just 'sticking in needles'. She works with her patients in other aspects of their lives to assist them in making the necessary changes needed to bring them to a place of optimum overall health.
Dyanna is also a massage therapist and yoga instructor. She graduated from Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in Westport, CT in 2003. Her massages are tailored to the client's specific needs incorporating a blend of Swedish massage, deep tissue, sports massage and Shiatsu. Whether you just need to relax and unwind with an aromatherapy massage or recover from your last athletic event, you will leave feeling soothed and refreshed.
Her background as a vinyasa yoga instructor and student give her a deeper understanding of the body's movements and imbalances.
Annemarie J. Tallevi
Annemarie’s massage career began in 1997 at the Swedish Institute in New York City. Her 19 years as a massage therapist have given her a unique ability to address each client individually, in order to achieve overall well being. She has gained knowledge and experience by working in various settings including hospitals, spas, chiropractic offices, fitness facilities and corporate offices doing chair massage. Annemarie caters each massage to the needs of her clients by combining several modalities such as Swedish, Deep Tissue and Shiatsu. It is with these focused methods that the goals of the massage, set by both therapist and client, are achieved. Annemarie strives to assist in "finding calm in the chaos."
Krysten has been a LMT since 2011, and studied at the Hudson Valley School of Massage Therapy in West Park, NY. She believes massage therapy provides a positive way to stay connected, not only for the purpose of maintaining good health, but also for the spiritual wellbeing of each individual.
She hopes to leave each client feeling relaxed and more centered than when they arrived. Her work flows directly from her heart and is received through her touch.