Helping you through your personal journey to wellness.

Healing comes in various forms, not just physical, but sometimes also emotional. Our goal is to educate clients in these areas so that they will be able to have a choice in living a healthier and happier lifestyle. With extensive education in various types of healing modalities, and through detoxifying and re-building our bodies, we learned how to help in their personal journey to wellness.

Mission Statement

The Healing Approach works to promote and encourage wellness practices for clients and our staff. We support a holistic view of health in which physical, emotional, mental, social, and spiritual health are considered interconnected and essential in achieving improved health and wellness.  Wellness education is designed to accommodate all individuals. 

Ana Eberly

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Ana believes that regardless where you are in life there is always a change to daily become the best version of yourself! Anas goals are to help you in this transformation, through motivation, education and the detoxification programs that are offered. Everyone’s journey is a little different on the path to wellness. Anas education encompasses a full circle to meet the various needs that is personalized for each person. Anas personal transformation includes detoxing through foods, while embracing the psychological and spiritual changes that accompanied through this transformation. Ana has 17 years plus experience as a colon hydro therapist. She is a practicing nutritional consultant, with over 13 years’ experience. Currently, she is finalizing her degree as a therapist. From a physically stance she has competed in bodybuilding competitions.

Whatever your path maybe, let Ana assist YOU in your personal transformational journey! 

Certifications & Degrees

Certified Colon Hydro therapist, 2001

Certified Nutritional Consultant, 2005

Certified Reiki Practitioner, 2008

Bachelor’s in Social Work, 2016

Currently Attending Spring Arbor University, Master’s in Social Work