STAFF & FACULTY DIRECTORY
Koeppel, D.C., F.I.A.C.A., Academic Director/Instructor
Dr. Koeppel is a
graduate of Life Chiropractic College and a Fellow of the International
of Clinical Acupuncture. She has a B.A. and a Masters Degree from SUNY
Buffalo. She is a former assistant to the Superintendent of Schools,
Falls Board of Education. She has experience teaching college and
professional courses. Dr. Koeppel is certified as an Instructor by the
Institute and taught for the Institute on a national basis. She is
Shiatsu, N.A.E.T., Applied Kinesiology, J.M.T., Therapeutic Touch and
Therapy, Visceral Manipulation and Psychomotor Therapy. Dr. Koeppel has
at the University of Siena, Italy and the University of Salzburg,
Cranial Institute in Toronto, and the Chi Gong Medical Association in
People’s Republic of China. She is an Instructor of Anatomy, Physiology
Pathology and various Techniques including Craniosacral therapy, Bowen
Ena Weinstein, B.S., O.T.
Ena is an Occupational Therapist and also has a degree in Sports Physiology. Ena is a former Olympic athlete who represented her native country of Peru in two Olympic marathons. She is a licensed massage therapist and instructs swedish massage and related subjects. Ena is the official massage therapist for the U.S. Track and Field team competing in the World Games. She is a graduate of the Athens Institute for Massage.
Nnenne Onyioha-Clayton, M.S., L.M.T.
Nnenne is a former member of the British Association of Natural Therapists and a graduate of University College London. She earned her diploma in Naturopathic Nutrition from the College of Naturopathic Medicine, London and obtained her Masters in Holistic Nutrition from the University of Natural Health, Indiana. Nnenne is a licensed Massage Therapist and is a trained practitioner of Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, a Polynesian healing art. She is a part-time instructor at the Athens Institute of Massage in Atlanta.
Please call (770) 458-1002 for information.