ABOUT THE GROVE STUDIO FOR NATURAL HEALING
Our approach to health and enduring wellness is built on the belief that the body is interconnected, with each part influencing the whole. Just as we are connected to the air we breathe, the food we eat, the environment in which we live, and the community and relationships that we surround ourselves by. While we are dedicated and passionate in the work that we do we are not healers, but merely agents of change – perhaps, at best, helping you to remove obstacles in order to reconnect to the inner wisdom and healing power already within your own body, your own mind, and your own spirit.
For our local clients, we offer unique, integrative manual therapies incorporating the best of ancient, traditional and contemporary healing practices including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Reflexology, Cupping and Hot Stone Therapies. Our therapies are designed to relieve stress, fatigue and chronic pain while promoting flexibility, circulation, body-awareness and a general sense of well-being and vitality. True to Naturopathic traditions, we only use pure, cold pressed and organic food-grade oils free from additives and preservatives to best achieve our clients’ therapeutic goals.
Our clients, near and far, benefit from the insights that Iridology offers, in addition to our supportive one-on-one coaching sessions in which we, after working collaboratively to identify and prioritize the client's goals, continue to compassionately provide encouragement, inspiration and the health and wellness education that serve to truly empower and confidently achieve, not only those goals - but enduring success. It is incredibly rewarding and gratifying work and some of the greatest satisfaction comes from the measurable success achieved by the clients, and then - the resultant “ripple effect” in their communities.
Welcome to “The Grove” and thank you for the trust, and faith, that you put into our hands.
“As above, so below, as within, so without, as the universe, so the soul.”
ABOUT THE PRACTITIONER
"Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else." - Leonardo da Vinci
Nina Dmitrieff is a Board Certified Doctor of Natural Health, Certified Natural Health Practitioner, Certified Integrative Health and Nutrition Coach, Licensed Massage Therapist, and Independent Biomedical Researcher who, for over 10 years, has been dedicated to educating and coaching individuals and families on the importance of nutrition, environment and lifestyle choices as the foundation for health and wellness.
After graduating from Hunter College of the City University of New York, Nina worked in a variety of corporate environments before earning a Certificate in Integrative Health and Nutrition Coaching from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Nina continued on to study Nutrition and Integrative Health at the Maryland University of Integrative Health, and earned the credentials of Doctor of Natural Health and Certified Health Specialist and Certified Natural Health Professional at the Trinity School of Natural Health. Additional training and certification have been earned from T. Colin Campbell Foundation at Cornell University, the University of Arizona Center or Integrative Medicine as well ongoing studies at the BioIndivdual Nutrition Institute and the Integrative Medicine Academy. Most recently, as a graduate of Georgia Massage School, and as a Licensed Massage Therapist, Nina brings the incredibly healing power of touch to her clients of all ages.
To best support her clients with experience, integrity and current knowledge, Nina is committed - and devotes a tremendous amount of time - to ongoing research and education, and has also created The Autism Research Library to document and file new ideas, research and biomedical treatment possibilities for children on the Autism Spectrum.
Nina holds memberships with the American Massage Therapy Association (ABMP), Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP), Florida State Massage Therapy Association (FSMTA), American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP) and is Board Certified by the American Natural Wellness Practitioners Board (ANWPB). For over 5 years she volunteered as an Administrator at Recovering Kids – Biomedical Healing and authored the pamphlet, "First Steps to Recovery," and has also previously volunteered as a Parent Mentor for The Autism Community in Action (TACA).
Passionate about cooking, and a firm believer in the healing power of food - and also motivated by the desire to leave her three children with a kitchen legacy for the day they are in their own homes - Nina, with the help of her children, is currently writing a cookbook of nutritious, delicious, simple and affordable international recipes that will help inspire the whole family to return to, and find joy, in their very own kitchen.