• Dr. Kristen Poe { Ph.D. Alternative Medicine and Naprapathy }

    Dr. Poe is a very passionate and enthusiastic advocate for health and wellness. Her father has
    been a practicing primary care physician for nearly 40 years, and she knew from a young age that she wanted to be involved in healthcare. Her life has certainly taken her down many different roads, but she is finally living out
    her passion working in the holistic healthcare field and helping others.


    Dr. Poe’s educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, an MBA in Marketing, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Holistic Health, a PhD in Alternative Medicine, Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition© by the NANP, a doctorate in Naprapathy (fascia specialist), and certified in Graston Technique©.  Her work experience and history include psychology, the pharmaceutical sales industry, co-owning a business, and now Holistic Health and Lifestyle medicine.  She is also a corporate wellness and holistic health educator and consultant. Dr. Poe’s own experiences as well as those of others have given her the opportunity to also see the ways holistic health and good nutrition can truly prevent, improve, and heal many conditions and symptoms that exist.

    She loves helping patients optimize their health in many ways.  She has been blessed with an amazing 8-year old daughter, as well as a set of twin girls.  She has a wonderful and supportive husband who is also passionate about exercising, health, and wellness.  Dr. Poe loves spending time with her family and friends, cooking, going to the beach, working out, playing violin, and will forever be a student, always eager to learn and enhance her knowledge and education.

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  • Chef Alina Eisenhauer

    For the past 20 years Chef Alina has made her living as a professional chef owning,
    operating and consulting for bakeries and restaurants. She has appeared numerous times on Food Network (Chopped, Beat Bobby Flay, Re-Wrapped and Cupcake Wars & Sweet Genius) and has been invited to cook at the prestigious James Beard Foundation twice.


    Chef Alina is also a WNBF professional fitness athlete and a firm believer in the
    power of fitness and whole foods and she is living proof of the difference it can make. Hypothyroid and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis run on both sides of her family and she has both. Before becoming a chef, Alina studied Exercise Physiology at Northeastern University and worked in the fitness industry for 10 years. Her greatest joy is sharing her knowledge and passion for all things food & fitness both as a mentor and teacher of young chefs and through her website and social media channels.

    Visit Chef Alina's website