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Danielle Eavenson

Danielle Eavenson, BA, BS

Integrative Health Specialist

Previously Danielle worked as an Herbalist, Doula and Health Coach in her own practice; as a Wellness Specialist at Essence Recovery Center and as a Qualified professional at Family Preservation working one on one with children in schools, helping them navigate social, emotional and intellectual challenges.  

Being able to meet residents where they are in their health journey, and supporting them with health coaching, herbs, supplements and yoga.  I encourage each person to take steps towards wellness and vitality. Letting the residents navigate their health process be it on a walk, practicing yoga or taking a bike ride to get their heart rate up can change their day, and mine.  I am honored to come alongside them in this way.

She was a Support Counselor at Total Action Against Poverty, and a teacher at the Center for Massage and Natural Health and at Elevate Life and Art.  She has also worked as a manager of supplements and herbs at several health food co-ops.

Danielle earned a BS in Psychology and a BA in Communications from Virginia Tech.  She did Acupressure training at the Acupressure Institute in Berkeley California, and Health Coach Training at Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Her Yoga teacher training was at Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga, and Herbal Medicine training at the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine. She is certified in Holistic Health Coaching, Community Herbalism and as a Yoga Instructor.

My favorite job of all is being mom to my two boys, exploring nature and adventuring around the world with my family.