Hey! I'm Chloe.

I attended my first birth when I was 17, and I've been in awe of female physiology ever since. My freshmen year at NMU, I dual enrolled at a massage therapy school two hours away, where I was able to address my own issues of chronic migraines, and reset patterns after years of being a dancer. I set out with the intention to use my anthropology degree to go to Bastyr University, and become a Naturopathic Physician with an emphasis in Midwifery. I'd then travel the world studying birth culture to bring back home for better woman care. 

I fell pregnant with my son at 20, and finished up with a degree in Sociology instead. While this derailed my plans, I was fortunate enough to pick up the grassroots version of my dream, and what a blessing! By being fluent in different forms of bodywork, I can witness and address the different needs of your body. I also have the privilege of more quality one-on-one time. The best part? I can wear whatever I want. 

I’ve traveled all over the country to study with some of the biggest pioneers in women’s health. While some techniques I’ve learned were recently developed by their creators, others bits have been passed down from generation to generation of midwives and women. I’ve been lucky to learn alongside nurses, midwives, physical therapists, medical doctors, naturopaths, chiropractors, lactation consultants, doulas, mothers, and other bodyworkers, who have all added valuable clinical experience and anecdotal evidence to each lesson.

In my personal life, I like hanging with my family, talking about lady stuff, and Feng Shui. I also like coming up with ideas for my husband to make in the garage, parallel playing with my son, and trying to plan out my friends lives for them. I come from a long line of storytellers, and there is nothing I like more than a good story. I’m super sensitive, so don’t get weirded out if you tell me a painful, or beautiful, story and you see my eyes start to water. I've got big feelers.

 Licensed Massage Therapist, Reflexologist, Certified Arvigo Therapist of Maya Abdominal Therapy, Esoteric Healing Practitioner, Holistic Health Coach, Holistic Pelvic Care Practitioner, Innate Postpartum Provider, Craniosacral Therapist, Holistic Reproductive Health Educator, Birth Healer, Mother

credentials

  • Licensed Massage Therapist

  • Reflexologist

  • Certified Arvigo Therapist of Maya Abdominal Therapy

  • Esoteric Healing Practitioner

  • Holistic Health Coach

  • Holistic Pelvic Care Practitioner

  • Certified Innate Postpartum Provider

  • Craniosacral Therapist

  • Holistic Reproductive Health Educator

  • Birth Healer

  • Mother


education

Northern Michigan University: 2007-2012

Bachelor of Science: Sociology of Liberal Arts with a minor in Anthropology.

Institute of Natural Therapies: September 2007- May 2008

706 hours of study and 100 hours of internship of Massage Therapy.

Grace of the Moon:January 2016-December 2017

Two year program dedicated to hormonal, sexual, reproductive health, teaching to chart and record primary and secondary signals for birth control, conception, overall health, and empowerment.

Carol Gray, 2016-2017

  • May 2016: Subtle Hands Skills
  • July 2016: Craniosacral Therapy for Infants - 36 hrs
  • November 2017: Craniosacral Therapy for Pregnancy, Birth, & Postpartum - 36 hrs

Regina Callahan: April 2014

Orthopedic neck massage

Bioenergy Institute: October 2013- 2016

Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4, Level 5
Energy medicine to balance the physical/etheric, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies within a person.

Institute of integrative nutrition: March 2015- March 2016 

736 hours holistic health coaching program looking at 100 different dietary theories, our environment, relationships, and careers for a better life.

Branch Reflexology Institute: October 2011- 2012

150 hours Reflexology program focused in a clinical setting. 

Holistic Pelvic Care, September 2015

27 hours theory and practice of female internal pelvic work with Tami Kent.

Innate Postpartum Care, May 2016

Emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual education on how to care for the postpartum woman. 

Arvigo Institute, AUGUST 2013 - 2017

  • August 2013: Self Care 
  • May 2014: Professional Care
  • October 2016 : Certification
  • October 2017 : Advanced Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy in Pregnancy, Birth, & Postpartum

 

Institute of Birth Healing, Jan 2018

Prenatal Bodywork for better, easier, birth.