Bill & Tedd’s Excellent Adventure: A story about turtles & growth

Bill & Tedd

Bill & Tedd are two red-eared slider turtles housed at Healing Hands School of Holistic Health, the Laguna Hills campus.  Today they turned 5 years old! 

The growth of Bill & Tedd is directly tied to my growth into the Director of Laguna Hills.  Here is our story:

My name is Harmony Curtiss, I am the daughter the founding owners of Healing Hands School of Holistic Health, Paula and Neha Curtiss.  In some ways I have  worked for Healing Hands as long as I can remember – digging through boxes of registrations, carrying books, ect.  It was a running joke in our family that we couldn’t possibly drive into town without stopping by the school.

In 2012 I moved to Orange County to establish a full-time office presence to support our students.  I had to be self-motivated in order to fill the time with projects that would enable the school to grow.  And I am happy to say that not only did I accept the job, but I accepted the challenge that it came with.  I overcame so many struggles that first year: communication, massage clinic growth, ect.  But the hardest thing, was being alone 40 hours a week.

About 7 months into working all alone, I was out on the town with some friends in LA, when Jilly Bee, a leader in the Flow Arts Community, bought a pair of turtles as a surprise gift for a friend.  At the time I knew my roommate had a small fish tank he didn’t need – and I figured – ‘Hey, these guys could fit in my office! Without taking up to much space!’ And so I bought a pair of turtles for myself to keep me company.  They were about the size of a half dollar when I bought them.

At first the turtles names were Lomi Lomi and Mertle the Turtle.  Lomi was the bigger, lazier one that would punk on Mertle.  Lomi loved to bask on the rocks while Mertle loved to swim.  Constantly. But my parents insisted they be named Bill & Tedd.  Over the years, after much laughter from prospective students and current students alike – I embraced the names Bills & Tedd.  And as they have grown – so have I.

They started in a small 5 gallon tank.  And I hired my first part-time employee – Andrea Pinsonneault.  Andrea helped teach me

Bill & Tedd’s 50 Gallon Tank

 professionalism.  From dress, to marketing, and sales.  But eventually the turtles outgrew the 5 gallon tank and we upgraded to a 50 gallon tank.  About this time, Andrea moved on to be our Marketing Coordinator and I hired Haley Simon as a full-time employee and co-worker.  I moved the turtles into their new home, and proudly showed them off to visitors.  

From that moment on, I too had a partner in the office.  Hayley and I struggled to bring Healing Hands into the digital world.  Getting student files to be digital, digitizing handouts so they could be emailed, creating systems to track all these files and forms.  And as we grew into a powerful team, we outgrew our office.  In 2014 we moved into the Suite the Laguna Hills office is in today, and of course the turtles came with us.

Bill and Tedd had always been the center of the office, people sit by them, feed them, play with them through the glass.  And Bill & Tedd respond.  Don’t believe me? Just go give them a look in the tank, they will jump off and splash around – hoping you’ll feed them some shrimp. 

Bill & Tedd’s 150 gallon home

In 2015 I acquired a 150 gallon tank for Bill and Tedd.  With the help of about 20 friends, we got the 150 gallon tank up the stairs and into the small room in the back where I could refurbish the tank.  I repainted and re-glazed it so it could be professional enough for an office.  By the time I had the tank installed, Hayley was moving on to go to Acupuncture school, and I hired 2 people to replace her. 

These two people, Jennifer Acuna and Adam Bovenkamp, dealt with one of the hardest years I have had at Healing Hands School.  The laws and regulations surrounding a massage school became tighter on a national, state, and local level. 

During the height of our stress, Bill became sick!  Bill was swimming lopsided, not quite able to swim right.  So off to the vet we went!

After having to give poor Bill anti-biotic shots for pneumonia every day for 2 weeks, I got him back swimming and gave the tank a new make-over.  Increasing the plants and items in the tank, giving them both their own platforms and lights to bask on.  My turtles had become teenagers, and they needed separate areas. 

At the beginning of 2016 there was roughly 300 massage school approved by the California Massage Therapy Council.  By the beginning of 2017 there was 100.  Bill got better, and the paperwork surrounding the school stabilized.  Jenn moved on to pursue a career in counseling, and Adam moved into a partnership with a clothing company, so I hired 2 new people. 

Loving those hide-away places!

One year later my newest employees, Vanessa Leal and Trey Powell, have become Healing Hands School advocates of their

own.  Feeding the turtles every morning, turning on their lights, and turning them off every night.  They enjoy taking care of Bill and Tedd, our 2 mascots, on a daily basis.  And as my daily work load has changed to working on the future of Healing Hands – I still clean the tank.  In the end, I am still responsible for the well-being and health of Bill & Tedd just as I am responsible for the well-being and health of the Laguna Hills Campus.   And I hope we are able to grow together for many more years.

So, without further ado – HAPPY BIRTHDAY BILL & TEDD!!!!!! You are some of the luckiest turtles in the world, just like the students who find Healing Hands School, may your Adventures Be Excellent!



Healing Hands Expands to San Diego!

Healing Hands Expands to San Diego!

Healing Hands School of Holistic Health brings Massage Therapy and HHP programs to IPSB location and students!

Come meet us at IPSB Sunday, Jan 8 at 7 pm!

We accept FAFSA. Begun in 1992, we provide heart centered holistic health education.

Check out: and come and see us this Sunday!

9025 Balboa #130, San Diego, CA 92123

MBLEx Workshop / Make-up Your Hours Class Session!!!

 Attention Healing Hands Students

If you need to make up hours in ANY class or need to study for the MBLEx please MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!

Harmony Curtiss, Healing Hands Instructor will be holding a


MBLEx Workshop / Make-up Your Hours Class Session!!!!

Where: Healing Hands Laguna – Classroom

When: Sunday, January 31st, 5:30 -9:30 pm 

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Cost: $40 PAID IN ADVANCE (Deadline Friday, January 29th)

$44 if paid on the day of class

OR FREE if you do not need hours


What to Bring:   Study materials: Plain & Simple Guide, highlighters, ability to make flashcards, notebooks, colored pencils, etc.


How to Sign up:  Make your $40 payment in the office (only for those who need to make up hours), then, put your name & info on the sign-up form.


What is the workshop covering: Harmony will be highlighting the things that she thinks are important in order to pass the MBLEx, using the Plain & Simple Guide & ABMP Exam Coach as cross references.


Questions?…. 949-305-2722

Holistic Massage School Welcomes New Student Advisors

Paula Curtiss, Founding Director for Healing Hands School of Holistic Health recently announced the addition of three new staff members to the Healing Hands family.  “Our newest employees, Jenn, Rachel and Jeremy were hired to help support a growing number of student/applicants to Healing Hands School,” announced Paula.  “Two of them, Jeremy Jaureguy, and Rachel Bender will serve as Student Advisors at the Escondido campus; the third addition, Ms. Jenn Acuna, will lend her support as a Student Advisor at the Laguna Hills campus.  Please join us in welcoming them to the Healing Hands family”, she added.

rachel blogRachel Bender – Student Advisor/Receptionist – Escondido

Born in San Diego, California and currently a student at Healing Hands School in Escondido, Rachel Bender has been interested in massage therapy for as long as she can remember.  An altruistic and caring individual, Rachel knew at an early age that she wanted a career that would allow her to positively impact others’ lives.  Toward that end, she earned an Associate Degree in Psychology before exploring her interest in the Healing Arts.  It wasn’t until September  of 2014 that Rachel enrolled in the 1000 hour, Holistic Health Practitioner Program, and has been attending ever since.   A former Administrative Assistant for an engineering firm in Carlsbad, Rachel brings strong organizational, administrative and interpersonal communication skills to her position as Student Advisor/Receptionist.  Rachel eagerly anticipates her graduation in October of 2015 so she may begin pursuing her long term career goal which is to build a practice that focuses on pre-natal massage.  Her intention is to eventually establish a “Sanctuary for Expectant Mothers” where she and other massage therapists can provide nurturing, therapeutic bodywork and share healthy lifestyle and holistic health practices with expectant mothers.

 jeremy blogJeremy Juareguy – Student Advisor/Receptionist –Escondido

Born and raised in San Diego, California, Jeremy Jaureguy is a former US Marine who became a State Certified Massage Therapist and Holistic Health Practitioner in June of 2014.  Having completed 1000 hours of massage therapy training at Healing Hands School of Holistic Health – Escondido, Jeremy is currently a solo practitioner whose expertise includes: Tui Na (Acupressure), Sports Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Somatics and Structural Integration.  A self-proclaimed holistic health advocate, in addition to the healing arts, Jeremy’s has interests in the martial arts; sustainable agriculture; meditation and the mind/body connection; as well as active living.  Sharing an aligned vision with the HHSHH staff/family, Jeremy brings a wealth of insight, knowledge, and inspiration to his position as a Student Advisor/Receptionist at the Escondido campus.

jen blogJennifer Acuna – Student Advisor/Receptionist – Laguna Hills

 Jennifer (Jenn) Acuna graduated from the Holistic Health Practitioner program at Healing Hands in December of 2014 and is a State Certified Massage Therapist.  She applied to the school on a whim after returning from a decade in Seattle where she began meditating and searching for a deeper meaning to life than what lay before her eyes. Feeling a surge of activity in her hands, she became excited at the connection she experienced when working with others and was moved to pursue energy work. Some of her favorite classes include CranioSacral, Energy work for Bodyworkers and Reiki I & II.  Jenn continues to explore all things metaphysical and is fascinated by the body’s human energy field and innate ability to heal itself. Jenn operates a private practice in Huntington Beach where she customizes massages using a variety of modalities that include: Swedish/Circulatory, Deep tissue, Acupressure, Reiki, Lymph Drainage and Sports Massage.  Jenn believes each day is a new opportunity to share love and assist others in their personal growth, and does so in her position as Student Advisor/Receptionist for Healing Hands School – Laguna Hills

Healing Hands School 2015 Rate Increase

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…Last Chance for

 Low Enrollment Prices!!!

If you’ve been considering a career as a Massage Therapist or Holistic Health Practitioner…it’s time to STOP THINKING and TAKE ACTION !!!

Effective October 1, 2015, Healing Hands School of Holistic Health (HHSHH), will be increasing Program rates.  The cost for the 500-hour Massage Therapist Program will be increased to $6,000.  The cost for the 1,000-hour Holistic Health Practitioner Program will be increased to $12,000.   All ‘a-la-carte’ courses for students who do not enroll in a Program will continued to be offered. [Please see a-la-carte course on our website  HHSHH  will continue to honor previous hourly rates for Alumni returning for advanced classes or to satisfy mandated Continuing Education Credits.

 “Since the school began in 1992, my husband, Neha and I have worked diligently to maintain the lowest possible Program rates so anyone desiring an education in Holistic Health or the Healing Arts could fulfill their dream” said Paula Curtiss, Founding Director of HHSHH.  “Through the years, we’ve grown our curriculum from 8 Massage and Holistic Health classes to over 80.  We also earned important ‘Accreditations’ so our classes qualify for Continuing Education Units and our Programs qualify for Federal Student Aid.  To accommodate rising enrollment and enhance our students’ learning experience we expanded classrooms and invested in new audio/visual equipment and supplies.  To meet rising operational costs and provide the same, high-quality education we’re known for, we have no choice but to increase Program rates this fall.”, she continued.

Therapeutic massage is a beneficial wellness intervention proven to promote relaxation and positively impact every system of the body. As a result, it’s become part of mainstream medicine and the U.S. Dept. of Labor predicts “Jobs for Massage Therapists will continue to grow at a rate of 23% through 2022”, which is faster than any other industry!

HHSHH has successfully prepared more than 6,000 students for successful and rewarding careers in Massage Therapy and Holistic Health and can do the same for you. Why wait any longer?  Take action today before rates increase!  Call us at 760.746.9364 in Escondido or 949.305.2722 in Laguna Hills and let us help you get started today!

Holistic Massage School: Thank You Massage Volunteers!

Check out what these Rock-Star students and graduates have accomplished this month!

Memorial Day

Mia Taylor & Kathleen Kortz Volunteering at Veterans Hospital for Memorial Day Event

Meet: Mia Taylor and Kathleen Kortz
Where: Veterans Hospital

Mia and Kathy jumped on a wonderful opportunity to volunteer at a Veterans Hospital on Memorial Day, the event was set up by Odyssey Experience.  Mia is a graduate of the Holistic Health Practitioner Program and Kathy is currently a student of the Holistic Health Practitioner Program.  This two wonderful people volunteered their time to honor our troupes and our veterans.  They performed chair massage and table massage for 4 hours!  We are proud to have such uplifting individuals as part of the Healing Hands Family, and we know that these two people will have rewarding careers in holistic health. 



Harmony Curtiss & Adam Van Bovenkamp performing Chair Massage at IVC

Meet: Harmony Curtiss & Adam Van Bovenkamp
Where: Irvine Valley College Finals Week

For the second year in a row, Healing Hands School of Holistic Health has been asked to massage stressed college students during finals week at IVC.  Every year we go to promote our Student Clinic ($45 for 2 one hour massages!) and to help out students pursue their chosen careers.



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Advanced Circulatory & Sports Massage Class at Rock ‘N Roll Marathon

Meet: Advanced Circulatory & Sports Massage Class
Where: Rock ‘n Roll Marathon, San Diego

Every year our Advanced Circulatory & Sports Massage (Sports) class goes to the Rock ‘N Roll Marathon in San Diego.  Our classes have participated in this event since Rock ‘N Roll’s first marathon in 1998!  Wow, talk about a long tradition! 🙂   At this event, our students massage athletes and gain real world experience in alleviating cramps, pains, and helping the runners back into a healthy body after completing 26.2 miles! Congratulations to all Sports students for participating in a Healing Hands Family Legacy!



Alison Scola, Sal Torres, Alora Ashlie & Lauren Rose at Xterra Triathlon

Meet: Alison Scola, Sal Torres, Alora Ashlie & Lauren Rose
Where: Xterra Triathlon, Laguna Beach

These exemplary students participated in the XTerra Laguna Beach Triathlon by volunteering massage therapy to the athletes who participated in the event.  We thank them for their time and commitment to helping athletes recover from the event.   Students like these will go far in their careers!

Explore a New Career as a Massage Therapist or Holistic Health Practitioner

doorsHealing Hands School of Holistic Health is…

 … Opening Doors of Opportunity

Do You Have Healing Hands?


Are you a compassionate person who enjoys helping others? Are you curious about alternative healing therapies like Massage, Chakra Balancing, Energy Work, or Herbal Preparations? Do you seek a career that offers great income potential plus the flexibility to live your life your way?

If you answered YES to any of these questions it may be time to…

Explore a New Career as a Massage Therapist or Holistic Health Practitioner


Founded by Paula and Neha Curtiss in 1992, HHSHH boasts two academic Programs and over 80 Massage & Holistic Health classes. Paula and Neha’s vision is to teach therapeutic bodywork and related therapies so students not only master the techniques, but gain a deep respect for their bodies and each other.  HHSHH instructors do a great job in fulfilling this vision as graduates have been in high-demand by top employers for over 20 years!

In addition to the basic massage modalities ie; Swedish, Sports and Deep Tissue, HHSHH offers classes on ancient healing practices from around the world!  These include Tui Na from China, Shiatsu from Japan, Thai Massage from Thailand and Ayurvedic Massage from India.

If an education at HHSHH resonates with you, call us for a visit and tour.  We make it easy to attend with two So Cal locations, and classes offered during the day, evenings & on weekends.  Tuition Plans plus FSA, VA and WIA Benefits/Funding are also available to those who qualify.

HHSHH has prepared more than 6,000 students for Transformative and Rewarding careers as Massage Therapists or Holistic Health Practitioners and can do the same for you! Call us and Start Your Journey …today! [760.746.9364 / Escondido – 949.305.2722 / Laguna Hills]

Holistic Massage School Announces New Course Offerings in 2015

Ms. Paula Curtiss, Founder of Healing Hands School of Holistic Health recently announced the addition of 8 new holistic health classes to be offered to students in 2015.  “At Healing Hands School of Holistic Health, we believe that certified Massage Therapists and Holistic health Practitioners should have a variety of bodywork modalities at their disposal”, said Paula.  “We also believe therapist should have an understanding of the structure and function of the body as well as holistic health practices known to optimize health.  Just as importantly, our students need opportunity to fine-tune their skills with hours of practical, hands-on experience.  We believe these new classes will help students do just that”, Paula concluded. 

Advanced Herbal Formulations: Herbal plantsThis class takes the introductory herbal experience and goes much deeper. In this course students learn the benefits of various herbal preparations and their powerful role in healing. They will explore formulations that facilitate systemic balancing and are based on client’s individual constitutions or body types, as opposed to just addressing symptoms. They will also experience a variety of solvents for making advanced herbal preparations. By the end of this course, students will be able to assess typical nutritional deficiencies and prepare a variety of effective nutritional and herbal remedies to address our most common health issues like colds and flus, sinusitis/ bronchitis, urinary tract infections, high blood pressure, etc.

Community Service Internship:  24 hour to be scheduled with approved facility. Healing Hands Interns work in the student clinic, with specific population groups, and in facilities which partner with Healing Hands. Our interns work with Veterans recovery from hospitalization, peri and pre-natal patients, with disabled adults, the elderly, and in the spa industry. You will schedule your practical hours with your placement facility. Interns commit to working a minimum of 4 hours each week for 6 consecutive weeks. This course may be taken more than once.  Prerequisite: On Site Therapy for Career Development 

Herbs for the Massage Therapist:  This class covers how herbs affect the physical/emotional body and how to introduce their impact through massage. Herbal “products” can be relaxing-to-invigorating and balancing-to-rejuvenating. There are “herbal preparations” that detoxify and others that relieve stress. What appeals to you? Learn what herbs to select and blend for the right healing.

On-Site Therapy for Career Development: Learn how to give massage therapy in any environment. Learn the massage techniques that allow you to adjust body mechanic needs,

Harmony Curtiss sporting the polo shirt at Healing Hands School of Holistic Health

Harmony Curtiss sporting the polo shirt at Healing Hands School of Holistic Health

as well as effective protocol adjustment. We will examine the needs of several population groups and the facilities which serve them including: spa and beauty, chiropractor, physical therapy, skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, Pre-Natal Clinic, office/professional workplace, sports events, fundraiser events, and social settings. Each lecture topic includes hands-on massage techniques for hands, feet, neck and shoulders. Topics Include: job interview skills, preparation of resume/business card, state CAMTC certification, job placement support, geriatric massage; working with homeless veterans, protocol adjustment for pre-natal massage; oncology massage, hospice care massage, and massage for job interview preparation. Upon completion, you are eligible to enroll in the Community Service internship program.

Standardized Test Practice Review: As of January 1, 2015 the California Massage Therapy Council requires state certified Massage Therapist to complete 500 hours of training and pass the Massage Therapy exam. This review class is designed to help you practice your information to prepare for the MBLx exam. We will review important anatomical terms and system functions, as well as reviewing modality specific information. We will work with study aids and practice tests designed to assure your success. This course is a ‘review’, we suggest you take this course after you have already completed at least 4 of the Massage Therapy courses including Anatomy for Bodyworkers.

Therapeutic Mobilizations: Mobilizations are a highly effective method to treat joint pain and restrictions within joints. These are well controlled passive movements which are performed slowly and with the therapist focusing his/her intention on the joints. The student learns how to handle joints effectively and with confidence. Mobilizations are most useful for synovial joints, but can also be performed on cartilaginous and fibrous joints. During these passive motions the therapist moves the joint to resemble the gliding motion between the two joint surfaces. Students are advised to re-visit anatomy prior to the class, such as classification of synovial joints, as the joint type will determine both anatomical and accessory movements possible within the joint. Mobilizations are a great addition to the tool box providing the therapist with the ability to work on a wider range of conditions and joint problems.shutterstock_130090013

Visceral Manipulation: Many people that suffer from IBS [Irritable Bowel syndrome], heartburn, constipation, bloating, internal scar tissue, and healing from pregnancy; live in constant pain. Learn to use the most effective Visceral manipulation techniques to relieve this pain.

Yoga Therapy:  Yoga Therapy is an adaptation of yoga techniques and practices that are personalized to help individuals with specific health challenges. This introductory Yoga Therapy class will address topics that you can take and use as tools in your massage or personal yoga practice. It will include yoga sequences, meditation techniques and breathe-work for various ailments. We will explore how certain poses can create space between the vertebrae, within the joints, and around the internal organs; other poses feel like they lift the heart and open space between the neck and shoulders. By improving circulation and reducing muscle tension, Yoga Therapy can become a valuable addition to any therapist’s practice.

To learn more about the 80+ massage therapy and holistic health classes offered at Healing Hands School of Holistic Health, visit us on-line at or call us at (760) 746.9374 in Escondido, or at (949) 305-2722 in Laguna Hills.

Holistic Massage School Recipe for Chicken & Quinoa Stir-fry

Preparation Time: 15 minutes

Total time: 35 minutes

Servings: 4


  • 12 oz of chicken tenders (cut to bite-size pieces)
  • ½ cup of quinoa
  • ½ cup of sweet peas
  • 1 medium sweet potato
  • 1 medium red bell pepper
  • 1 medium sweet onion (chopped)
  • 1 jalapeno
  • 3 Tbsp chopped cilantro
  • 2 Tbsp minced garlic
  • 1 tsp cumin
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp black pepper
  • 6 tsp extra virgin olive oil


  1. Combine quinoa with 1 cup water and cook per package instructions– set aside.
  2. Cut the sweet-potato into bite-size cubes, cover with 2” water and bring to a boil over medium-high heat for 3 – 4 minutes or until tender – set aside.
  3. Heat 3 tsp oil in non-stick skillet over medium-high heat and add in chicken pieces, stir and toss until starting to brown (5minutes) – transfer to a bowl.
  4. Add remaining oil to skillet and add onion, jalapeno, bell pepper, cumin, garlic, salt, pepper and stir until vegetables start to soften.
  5. Add the chicken, quinoa, sweet potato and peas, and stir until heated thoroughly (2-3 minutes)
  6. Transfer to a serving platter, top with cilantro and enjoy!

Nutrition: 311 calories, 25 g protein, 34 g carbs, 6 g fiber, 7 g sugar, 9 g fat

With locations in Escondido and Laguna Hills, HHSHH has successfully prepared more than 6,000 students for CAMTC certification and enrollment continues to rise!   Boasting two academic Programs and 80+ Massage & Holistic Health classes offered during the day, evenings and on weekends, HHSHH helps students enjoy a satisfying and rewarding career in less than a year!  To learn more about HHSHH, call 760.746.9364 in Escondido or 949.305.2722 in Laguna Hills.

Spring Newsletter 2015 – Holistic Massage School

Hello Healers,

Spring of 2015 brings us green hillsides and a full schedule of classes. In Laguna Hills, Frida Hauksdotter will teach Therapeutic Mobilization and Visceral Manipulations; and Richard Jordan comes from Costa Rica to teach CranioSacral Therapy and Somatics. In Escondido, Faun Parliman teaches Reiki and Spiritual Healing; Shana Grover teaches Advanced Herbal Formulations; and Paula Curtiss teaches On Site Therapy for Career Development.

 As our terrain blossoms with an almost infinite variety of greenery, we see that our schedule is offering 30 different class offerings! Healing Hands School graduates are prepared to work in any environment. Our most recent Holistic Health Practitioner graduates are a truly wonderful group of students, healers, artists, and teachers. Thank you so much for choosing Healing Hands School to learn, grow and share with. Congratulations Jenn Acuña, Bridgett Bowley, Andrea Elisabetta Caporaso  Judit E. Fulop, Janna Gaston, Tommy Lee Hilliard, Mandy Jackson, Nyrma Javier, Vanessa Marie Leal, Deniz Locke, Ashley Long, Kristy Martinez, Karissa Massaro, Dove Brianna McCuistion, Maria Del Rocio Mendoza, Nelida Munguia, Deena Oliver, Anthony Pamintuan, Elizabeth Plachte, Tammy Rodriguez, Veronica Sais, Yannel Sanchez, Jason Sandsness, Tabitha Snyder, Victoria Soo, Lyndi Tennison, Adrian P. Tirado, Kassandra Lee Van Rossem, David Sidney Warder, and Ana C. Zorn. Our sincere hope is that you will magnify the work you have done with tenfold, and that your craft will become your skill, your heart song and your soul’s volition.

Author Rebecca Solnit’s tells us:  “Many events plant seeds, imperceptible at the time, that bear fruit long afterward.” Who knows which class you took, which teacher you worked with, which remark from a colleague, will spark the seed that will become the full and ripe fruit of sustenance?

And please join us as we celebrate the birth of 2 Healing Hands School babies. Melanie, JR and Jayden welcome their new Angel, Sovi AND Shannon and Kenny welcome their new Angel, Noah.

In Peace and Health, Paula & Neha
All of us at Healing Hands