Vitalize Healing Arts

The Healing Arts side of Vitalize Community Studio currently houses the offices of independent practitioners offering  Cranial Sacral Therapy, Therapeutic Massage,  Shiatsu,  and Esthetics. 

Rhinehart Touch Therapies Angela Rhinehart, LMT,

“It is my intent to bring a grounded presence, healing touch, and compassionate heart to my work. I enjoy helping others to step out of “ordinary life” in order to connect deeply within. I support my clients in their unfolding, unwinding and reorienting while honoring their own unique healing processes.”

Angela has been a licensed massage therapist in Utah since 1997, maintaining a private practice in Salt Lake City since 2000.

Modalities: Pregnancy / Birth / Post-partum Recovery, CranioSacral Therapy, Gentle Massage for Cancer Patients,  Myofascial Release, Shiatsu/Accupressure, Swedish,  Energy and Breathwork.

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Master Esthetician

 Shine Esthetics Terra Lynn D’Agostino

 Shine believes that every being deserves to shine, and that good skincare is a luxury you can afford.

We use the finest skincare products that support and rejuvenate your healthy, beautiful skin, and provide expert skin consultation, treatment, touch and results.

Progressive, not aggressive, is our approach – and our Master Estheticians nourish skin wisely, treat skin gently, and challenge skin strategically.

Our low-dose approach gently awakens regenerative abilities, creating long-term and consistent improvement in radiance and tone.

 Here’s to you…. SHINE ON!  www.shinespaslc.com  (801)205.1999

Clear-sight Counseling

My service is called Clear-sight Counseling; I started it in order to bring my unique experience working with everyone from combat veterans to CEOS and refugees to private practice. I focus on providing insight and awareness to problematic, but understandable patterns of behavior and assisting people in changing these patterns in a clear, direct and compassionate manner. I utilize several evidence-based therapies (EMDR, CPT, DBT, CBT, MI, and others) as well as holistic approaches backed by 2600 years of eastern practice and modern research, including mindfulness, deep meditative work and other somatic, body-based approaches.

Cameron Morgan