Cynthia Hofmann-Coale, NTP, CNHP
Owner and Critical & Chronic Care Clinician
Certified in Autonomic Response Testing
God gave Cynthia Hofmann-Coale the commission to walk away from the medical community after spending 7 months under their care. It was during this time that she surrendered to the technology offered by the medical community in hopes that she would receive the eradication of the ulcerative colitis and cancerous cells found in her colon. When told at the end of the 7th month that her body was failing to go into remission and either surgery or an increase in infusions would need to be performed, Cynthia felt led by the Lord to go back to what she knew, natural health.
After a series of inspired interventions, she was brought to the understanding that it was neither the colitis nor the cancer that was taking her life, but the very presence of a water borne parasite that had gone systemic (active in the bloodstream) that was robbing her body of the nutrients and vitality that was necessary to obtain optimal health. It was at this time that she was introduced to the art of Muscle Response Testing.
Being an active participant in the rebuilding, restructuring and the re-establishment of her broken 85 lb body using the means of God’s intention in that process was notably both challenging and inspiring. It was during this time that God gave her the vision of healing and how he would be using all that she was going through for her good and His glory (Romans 8:28). While this process went on for sometime, she was able to develop her own skills in Nutrition Response Testing and acquire the educational background necessary to in turn bring it to God’s children. And so the inspiration for the Well of Life Center was established.
Victoria Fisher, RN, NTP
Victoria Fisher came to the Well of Life Center in August 2009 for the symptoms of migraines, chronic fatigue and poor quality of sleep. Since coming to the Well Victoria has experienced healing from migraines, increased energy, and improved over-all health. Victoria started working at the Well in April of 2010 as an Associate Clinician.
“I had suffered with daily headaches and frequent, severe migraines since I was 12 years old. I had been to numerous doctors, had countless diagnostics tests, but had no answers as to why I had migraines. I was on medication intended to prevent them, but was still having them three times a week. And the medication came with uncomfortable side effects. I was miserable!
I am a registered nurse and have a degree in biology, so I put my trust in my doctors, in medicine. I thought medicine would heal me. But it didn’t; the medical community failed me. I was tired of suffering and desperate for relief. I reluctantly came to the Well after my mother begged me to give it a try. Thank God I did! Within 3 months of being a client, I was off my medication, I no longer had daily headaches, and the migraines were greatly diminished.
My dream as a child was to be a doctor, to help people through medicine, so I never for a second thought I would work in the holistic community. Apparently, the Lord had other plans. BY coming to the Well, I learned that I could carry out my dream to help people find healing in a much better way. I have been called to be a clinician, and I can say with certainty that I have found my purpose!”
Dr. Vladimir Alhov, MD
Doctor, Pain Management Specialist
Dr. Alhov came to the Well of Life Center in June of 2017 as a Physician.
“My passion for holistic medicine developed as a result of a personal medical condition. In recent years, I have been able to restore my health by utilizing a holistic approach. My physical and mental health is now better than it was 5 years ago. My approach decreases the risk of age-related disease, improves sleep quality, increases physical and sexual vitality, and keeps the body lean and strong. This is accomplished through customized diet and nutritional support, medical detoxification, manual therapy, injections, and patient education.”
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Blossom Soojin Lee, DC
After graduating from York University, Blossom attended New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY. There, she met and married her husband. In 2017, they moved to Rochester, NY, where Blossom interned at a VA hospital, a community hospital, and a NYCC affiliated health center. In 2017, she graduated from New York Chiropractic College as a Doctor of Chiropractic. She then continued on to earn a Masters of Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition.
“I am beyond excited to work at the Well with people who have warm hearts for those in need. I am always open to new experiences that God leads me to, not only for the improvement of my own, but to glorify his name. It is also a giant blessing to work at a place where I can demonstrate my passion for chiropractic and nutrition together.”
And whatever you do or say, do it as a representative of the Lord, Jesus, giving thanks through him to God the Father. Colossians 3:17
Christa Haines, NTP
Christa Haines came to the Well of Life Center in October of 2007 for major symptoms of IBS. As a result of the IBS, she suffered fatigue, malnutrition, anemia and weight loss. After two weeks of starting her nutritional program, she was able to eat foods that she could not have had for seven years. Her IBS symptoms were gone after a few months. With a new zeal for life she made better changes for herself and her family. Christa began working at the WOL in May of 2013 as a Clinician’s Assistant and now serves clients as an Associate Clinician.
“I have been passionate about natural health for a long time. I am so excited and blessed to help people find hope and support through natural healing. There is a lot of love here and it is exciting to be a part of something so uniquely dynamic!”
Alicia Leonhardt, NTP
Alicia came to the Well of Life Center in January of 2012 suffering from hair loss, fatigue, type 1 diabetes, heavy bleeding and blood clots, and occasional headaches. She began working as a Clinician’s Assistant in November 2013, and as an Associate Clinician in October of 2015.
“I heard about the Well for years before being able to come as a client. I changed my diet and it made a little difference. After coming as a client, I was able to understand why I was feeling and experiencing different things and it started making sense. I am on a journey to get off of insulin completely and I am excited about that outcome! The amounts that are needed have decreased in half after coming to the well…. but I still have some work to do with getting my organ systems to be able to communicate well together. I am so thankful that I’ve been given this opportunity to be able to truly help my body heal, and also to be a part of such an amazing workplace where we see God’s healing hand affecting so many lives on a daily basis!
Laurel Melick, NTP
Laurel came to the Well of Life Center in the summer of 2013 for migraines and irregular periods. Laurel started working at the Well of Life in September of 2018 as a Clinician’s Assistant, and became an Associate Clinician in 2019.
“I have been a long-time client and advocate of the Well of Life. I have healed in ways I never thought possible and I am so inspired by the mission the Well is on!”
Charney Slater, DC, MS
Dr. Charney Slater became a chiropractor after experiencing a severe autoimmune disorder of the thyroid known as Grave’s Disease. At that time, he had a racing heartbeat, a swollen neck, fatigue, and extreme digestive distress. He lost 25 pounds in 10 days. His medical doctor sent him to a chiropractor, and he noticed that the swelling in his neck would decrease after each treatment. He also felt much more calm. When he experienced his recovery after chiropractic treatment and nutritional intervention, he was motivated to learn more about his own health issues, and he decided to go to chiropractic school.
“I am a lifelong learner — since graduating from chiropractic school over 33 years ago, I am always integrating new research and techniques that I am studying. In addition to being a chiropractor, I have a master’s degree in Human Nutrition and I am a licensed acupuncturist in New York State.”
Jon Gindhart, DC
Dr. Jon Gindhart came to the Well of Life in January 2011. Dr. Jon has a passion for helping his patients and knows that proper nutrition is an integral part of overall health and well being. Prior to working at The Well, Dr. Jon was trying to ‘do it all’ for his patients…chiropractic, nutritional counseling, and exercise coaching. Quickly he found out that it would be best to partner with other experts in those areas instead of trying to re-invent the wheel.
“I am so excited to be part of a healing center that truly honors every client and whose desire is to see every person achieve optimal physical and spiritual health.”
Catherine Van Schuyler
Director of Operations
Catherine Van Schuyler came to the Well of Life in January 2009 after suffering a heart attack at the age of 39. She had been suffering for years with the symptoms of lupus, arthritis, allergies, asthma, depression and anxiety, metal toxicity, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia. Since coming to the Well, she is off all medications and feels great! Catherine started working at the Well of Life in August 2009 as their part time bookkeeper and now works full time as Director of Operations.
“God has such an amazing love for his people to create such a place as this. Ever since my first visit as a client, I have prayed for a way to be a part of this amazing team. What a blessing to come to work everyday and be a small part of His great plan. Praise God.”
Rebecca Wilwert came to the Well of Life in May 2007 for allergies, asthma, fatigue and overall lack of energy. Rebecca started working at the Well of Life in May 2007 as a Clinician’s Assistant. She worked as our Front Desk morning Receptionist for many years, and is currently our Office Administrator.
“It is a daily blessing to work at the Well of Life Center and share with our clients the health and wellness that has made such a difference in my own life.”
Critical Care Team Leader, Doylestown Facility Manager
Carolyn started working at the Well of Life in January of 2017 as a Critical Care Assistant.
“I was called to the Well to help people in their natural healing journey. The Well is a special place that possesses brilliantly knowledgeable staff, and it is a privilege to be a part of our clients’ progress in health and healing. I feel truly blessed to be here.”
Bethlehem Facility Manager, Clinician’s Assistant, Receptionist
Julie came to the Well of Life Center in 2015 for symptoms of neurological lyme disease. She started working at the Well in September of 2019 as a Receptionist.
“I had been to countless specialists in various states and was still unwell after years of treatment. Since coming to the Well, I have had miraculous health improvements which include reversing my leg dragging, and improving my balance, hearing, and digestion. Cynthia and the Well of Life have been truly life changing for our family. I have been blessed by the Well and am so thankful to be part of this wonderful team to bless others.”
Taylor Burkit came to the Well of Life Center in February of 2013 to learn more about how to live a healthy lifestyle, and for minor skin and digestive issues. Right away she started learning more about healthy habits and gaining a better sense of what it means and looks like to be healthy nutritionally.
“The opportunity to be working at the Well of Life Center is a blessing. The Lord opens so many doors to speak truth about health into my life and the lives of others, and the Well of Life Center does just that. I am so thankful for His grace and the healing we have through Jesus Christ.”
Jenna started working at the Well of Life in July of 2019 as a Receptionist.
“Working at the Well of Life has given me the opportunity to spend more time with my son. Now I am not missing out on any of his big milestones, and I am able to learn and grow myself!”
Tracy Bench started working at the Well of Life Center in April of 2016 as a Receptionist.
“I feel like I’ve been lovingly welcomed into a family here at the Well of Life. I believe that everything happens for a reason, and right here and now, I am meant to be here. I look forward to learning and growing, surrounded by such wonderful people!”
Maureen Schessler started working at the Well of Life in October of 2018 as a Receptionist.
“When my journey at the Well began, I had been dealing with symptoms of IBS and Horner’s Syndrome for several years and thought this would be my new normal. As I approached 60, my headaches, migraines, and constant stomach bloat and discomfort had stopped me from living a full life. I just thought I was getting old.
“I have been given my life back! My headaches, migraines, and stomach issues seemed to disappear. No more ‘bad’ days. The personalized diet change and nutrition chosen for my needs have vastly improved all areas of my life. I even lost 15 pounds! Everyone I have met at the Well has been so supportive, kind, and pleasant. I look forward to the future and feel blessed to be on this journey with the Well of Life!”
Karen Cochrane came to the Well of Life Center in May of 2012 after a diagnosis of a slow thyroid, acid reflux, fatigue, and headaches; for all of these symptoms, she was taking five different medications. Within one week, she no longer had acid reflux or headaches, and she now only takes 1 ½ medications. She began working at the Well as a receptionist in May of 2014.
“I thank our Lord every day for this wonderful opportunity to work at the Well of Life. The healing is amazing and I feel truly blessed to be a part of ‘Team Well’.”
Sutie first came to the Well in 2018 as a Critical Care client under Cynthia’s care. She was three months pregnant and experiencing extreme hormonal imbalances along with debilitating anxiety. The nutrition Cynthia recommended helped stabilize Sutie and she went on to deliver a beautiful and very healthy baby boy. Sutie continues to see Cynthia on an “as needed” basis which helps to maintain Sutie’s optimal physiological health.
Sutie began working at the Well in January of 2020 in Customer Service.
“I believe in the well of Life’s mission to serve and glorify God through helping others to heal their illnesses and achieve their mind and body’s fullest health potential.”
Receptionist, Clinician’s Assistant
Brooke came to the Well of Life Center in 2014 for thyroid and parasite related issues. Brooke started working at the Well of Life in March of 2019 as a Receptionist.
“The Well of Life Center has radically changed how I view and live life in the body God designed for me. Naturally adding my body towards healing with the kindness and wisdom from each of the Clinicians at the Well has given me so much joy and comfort over these past years. I am thrilled to be joining the team in Doylestown to give back to people who have already done so much to help me.”
Receptionist, Clinician’s Assistant
Abigail’s grandmother came to the Well of Life Center for an infection in her leg from a fall. Not only was her infection healed, she was able to come off all medical prescriptions (high blood pressure, sleep aids, and more). She also lost 40 lbs and gained a brighter outlook on life!
Abigail started working at the Well of Life in February 2020 as a Clinician’s Assistant and Receptionist.
“Just from my first experience of meeting the workers at the Well, I knew this opportunity to grow and learn is God’s highest and best for me. I am overjoyed and can’t wait to build relationships with the clientele and staff.”
Elizabeth came to the Well of Life Center in February of 2018. After visiting many doctors for symptoms she was experiencing, she was immediately at peace, and felt that God had led her to the Well. She started working at the Well in January of 2019, as an Client Advocate.
“I believe that God has given us the responsibility to take care of our bodies and that to live a healthy lifestyle is an act of worship. I am thankful that I have the opportunity to work at a place where they seek to honor God in all they do, and to be able to be a blessing to others as they start or continue on their healing journeys.”
Clinician’s Assistant, Client Advocate
Kylee Richie came to the Well of Life Center in March of 2016 to learn how to live a healthier lifestyle. Kyle started working at the Well in November of 2017 as a Clinician’s Assistant, and became a Client Advocate in December of 2017.
“I am very excited to be a part of the Well of Life Team! I truly believe in the benefits of natural healing. Working here has allowed me to experience firsthand how powerful of an impact it has on peoples’ lives. Everyday is an exciting opportunity to help people!”
Jessica Montero became a client of the Well of Life Center in December of 2011 while undergoing long-term antibiotic treatment for recurrent C. diff, which was caused by a combination of Cipro and Clindamycin, prescribed by her physician.
“When my doctors told me there was nothing more they could do to cure the infection, I came to the Well of Life. Having been cured of C. diff by the Well’s holistic methods, I now feel blessed to join the wonderful people that God has chosen to help others on their path to full health.”
Jessica began working as a Front Desk Receptionist in March of 2013.
Abby Sundin started working at the Well of Life in August of 2018 as a front desk receptionist.
“I stumbled upon the Well in search of a new job with no expectations of finding everything I didn’t know I needed. I have struggled with digestive issues for years and was misdiagnosed with IBS 4 years ago. Ever since, my day to day life has been trial and error, and it is my biggest blessing to not only have been led to where my passion lies, but as well as my call for help has finally been answered.”
Catherine began working at the Well of Life Center in July of 2019 as a Clinician’s Assistant.
“Working for the Well feels like the answer to all my prayers! All the knowledge that is building in me on a daily basis has been life changing. The Well has offered me a way to grow my mind and expand my health. It has truly been amazing to see this unfold, and I can’t wait to see my career growth along the way.”
Sarah came to the Well of Life Center in November of 2014 with symptoms of Lyme Disease, which included memory loss, shin pains, headaches, cognitive impairment, insomnia, and fatigue. After seeing nearly forty doctors and specialists, enduring numerous tests and labs over a period of two years, she never felt well. Cynthia was the only person who took a genuine interest in Sarah’s well-being and worked tirelessly to lead her on a path to healing. Cynthia offered Sarah hope. After fully recovering, Sarah is using her experience to help other people find health and wellness through holistic healing. She began working at the Well of Life in April of 2018 as a Clinician’s Assistant to Cynthia.
“My experience as a client at the Well of Life inspired me to learn as much as I can about holistic healing. After suffering for years from a debilitating illness, I finally found the Well and Cynthia, who was able to bring me back to life. Many modalities used at the Well enabled me to heal in body and in mind. I look forward to using my experience as a client at the Well to help other people on their journey to healing.”
Alina Grondalski came to the Well of Life in November of 2019 for the opportunity to be a Clinician’s Assistant. During her second interview, she knew this was the place she wanted to pursue her career. Alina started working at the Well of Life in December of 2019 as a Clinicians Assistant.
“The moment I saw the job opportunity, I knew I would like to be a part of the Well family. I truly believe in the holistic way of life. Our bodies were created to heal themselves with the right life, nutrition balance. I am truly amazed by the Well and am honored to be a part of it!.”
Nicole came to the Well of Life Center in 2010 to learn how to live a healthier life. She also had some minor health concerns, such as headaches, that she wanted to prevent. She began working as a Clinician’s Assistant in June of 2014.
“I love the energy and attitude of serving God that the Well has. The Well allows me to continue to grow spiritually and learn new healthy habits. It’s amazing what our bodies can do, and to know that God designed them that way.”
Jenny joined the Well of Life in January of 2020 as a Clinician’s Assistant.
“Over the last thirteen years, my husband and I have had the pleasure of watching and participating in the lives of our grandchildren. This experience has inspired me to become the healthiest version of myself so that I can be a blessing to my family and to others as God has blessed me. I am thankful that I was introduced to the Well of Life through the experiences of my friends. I now have the opportunity to work in an environment that promotes good nutrition and natural health alongside a team of people who are truly passionate about assisting others on their path to healing.”
Customer Service, KCR Facilitator, Pilates Instructor
Sharon began working at the Well of Life Center in August of 2015 as a Ballet Barre and Mat Pilates instructor. She trained at Bravo! Dance in Wilkes-Barre, PA under the direction of Trinette Singleton, formerly of Joffrey Ballet. Sharon has a B.A. degree in Performing Arts with a focus in Ballet from La Roche College in Pittsburgh, PA. She has performed with Roxey Ballet, Repertory Dance Theatre, Bucks County Playhouse, and Washington Crossing Open Air Theatre. In 2014, Sharon received her Pilates Mat Certification from the Kane School offsite campus in Doylestown, PA under the training of Barbi Fury.
“I enjoy working with people of all ages to improve their quality of movement and to obtain a more balanced muscular recruitment pattern.”
Kristin Redman started working at the Well of Life in May of 2018 in our Customer Service Department.
“Since the first day, I have felt welcome. I feel blessed to be able to come into such a friendly environment and have the chance to learn new things.”
Kim Rineer came to the Well of Life Center in February of 2012 suffering from the symptoms of digestive issues, acne, frequent migraines, and an overall lack of energy. She began working as a Clinician’s Assistant in March of 2013 before switching to become a Client Advocate in May of the same year.
“God clearly opened the door for me to work here at the Well of Life Center. I have seen my own life change since becoming a client, and it is a joy to play a small part in helping others in their own journey to health and wellness.”
I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are Your works, my soul knows it very well. Psalm 139:14
Cori Rittenhouse came to the Well of Life Center in February of 2009 with symptoms of anemia: fatigue, dizziness, light-headedness, and occasional headaches. Within two weeks of starting the program, she noticed that she had more energy and was able to meet the stresses of everyday life. She even noticed a feeling of overall well-being, which she had previously never realized was missing. She began working at the Well in April of 2009 as the Client Advocate, and became our Marketing Manager in November of 2010.
“When I began working at the Well, it did not take long for me to realize that every day is a new opportunity to learn; all we must do is open our eyes to see what God will reveal to us.”
Sophia brings great knowledge and understanding of holistic health care as it relates to Ayurvedic Medicine, Chinese herbal medicine, and Acupuncture. She practices from the approach that optimum health can be obtained by eliminating the root of the problem and balancing the body’s energy. Sophia has studied and practiced in India as well as New York and Pennsylvania. She specializes in Acupuncture, Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, and Cupping.
Massage Therapist, Electro Lymphatic Therapist
Christine joined our team at the Well of Life Center in January of 2018 as a massage therapist.
“I graduated from a massage therapy program in 2016. When I found employment at the Well of Life Center, I knew I had found my calling and my home. It is a joy and an honor to work with the staff and clients here. I am delighted to offer my professional services and to continue to grow both spiritually and as a therapist.”
Andrea Louisa Basile
Andrea comes to Well Spa & Fitness with 11 years of experience as a licensed Esthetician. Andrea graduated from The Vision Academy in Allentown, PA in 2006. She has a passion for healthy skin along with advancing skin care technology, not only for herself, but for others as well. She believes in personalized treatment plans and products that produce proven results. She also believes a regimented skin care routine that includes home maintenance in combination with facial services delivers the best outcome.
“Let me help you feel good about the skin you’re in.”
Claudia became a client at the Well in 2017, when she and her husband were looking for natural and safe ways to be healthy; regular medicine wasn’t good enough for them. From her very first visit at the Well, Claudia had a great experience in general; she loved the environment and, most of all, she loved the fact that it was a center which shares her same values and beliefs.
Claudia uses her experience and training in different modalities of massage including: sports, Swedish, trigger point, basic hot stone, and aromatherapy massage. She will be attending training for more modalities in 2019, and will be excited to add it to her skill set. Claudia customizes each session to treat the client’s needs; she believes in natural healing and is grateful to have the opportunity to work at the Well of Life Center.
“I have always loved to help others. I chose Massage Therapy as a career because it is an excellent way to help to relax the body, mind, and soul of anyone, no matter age, level of stress, or condition. I like to help people to maintain a better mood. Chances are, after getting a massage, my clients have an easy experience to get a mindset, feel optimistic, and grateful in general.
“I was born in a very religious Christian home, I graduated from a Christian high school, and I am always putting the name of God first in everything I do. While giving a massage, I empathize with my clients and do my best to overcome their expectations. I’m passionate on what I do and I’m always willing to learn more. I consider myself hungry for learning and growth in my career. I’m thrilled to be part of the Well of Life. My goal of merging with this Center is to offer more than just relaxation, but feeling good as well. In the future, I look forward to working alongside our Associate Clinicians in adding more services of an alternative nature to help our clients live a well rounded, vital life through treating the body as a whole from the inside out.”