Matthew Holten is a 1996 Graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Iowa. He is a member of the International Chiropractic Association’s Council on Fitness and Sports Health Science. Dr. Holten’s post graduate training includes a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician Certification.
He is also a member of the American Chiropractic Association and has been recognized for his professional contributions with a Family Practice of Excellence Award. Dr. Holten has been among a select group of Doctors of Chiropractic across the nation invited to participate in the Annual Symposium on Natural Fitness each year in Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. Jack M. Harless is a 1993 graduate of Centerville High School and currently resides there with his wife, Julie, and four children; Olivia, Anna, Elias & Emmry. He is a third generation chiropractor who has grown up with wellness concepts and has dedicated his life to helping others live and implement the wellness lifestyle.
Dr. Harless graduated from Logan University with a BS in Life Sciences and a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis MO. Dr. also holds a license to practice physical therapy by the State Board of Ohio. He is a member of the International Chiropractors Association, & a Certified Childbirth Educator from the American Academy of Husband Coached Childbirth.
Dr. Harless has given over 300 hours of wellness education lectures in his 16+ years of experience in the health and wellness field and has studied and implemented the Epstein model of health & wellness with an emphasis on quality of life social science indexes, which have allowed his patients to achieve new and exciting levels of health and well-being. He is currently serving as treating physician at Holten Wellness Center & is excited to bring dynamic adjusting processes that facilitate greater levels of function and fitness to our wellness community at Holten Wellness Center.
Leah Flora is certified in nutrition and a certified personal trainer. She began her journey down this path almost five years ago when she joined Holten Wellness Center’s team. Leah had dealt with some health ailments that needed natural attention. Once she started educating herself and applying the basic value behind holistic options she soon began to realize that she was feeling significantly better and knew she could be of help to other’s with the same issues.
She consistently attends lectures for whole food nutrition and is very passionate about sharing the information with her patients. Leah is a firm believer that depending on how an individual chooses to eat can determine how they live. Food can be the best form of medicine or worst form of poison. Leah likes to take an approach that covers a whole array of options when it comes to healing the body… exercise, eating, detoxification, supplementation, and positive thoughts. Leah teaches that your body is self-healing when you allow for proper nutrition. In her down time, she loves to be outside and spend time with her husband.
I have been a massage therapist since 2009. I am licensed by the State of Ohio Medical Board. I am also a member of the American Massage Council. I graduated from the Dayton School of Medical Massage in November of 2008. My specialties include Swedish and Neuromuscular medical massage therapies. I enjoy working in conjunction with the various services offered at Holten Wellness Center to provide restoration and help in healing.
I have been practicing massage since I received my license in 2008. My diploma came from SHI Integrative Medical Massage School and I couldn’t have asked for a better education.
Massage Therapy is more than just how I earn my wage, it’s surrounded by its own belief system and it’s how I live my life. It’s something I believe in. I believe the way to a healthy Body doesn’t have to include medication and surgery. I believe that everyone can benefit from massage. Massage is something I can do to help people, even if it is just one person at a time.
Holten Wellness Center is the perfect place for me. Rather than masking pain, as many places do, we work together with people to help heal dysfunction. All we need is a chance.
I have been a massage therapist since 2015. I graduated from the Dayton school of medical massage. I received a wonderful education, as I learned all of the muscles, and much more about the human anatomy and physiology. Since I was just about 4 years old, I knew I wanted to be a massage therapist. I’ve always loved to help people relax, and through school, I learned to help people heal. To me, massage therapy is much more than relaxation, it is positive touch. Here at Holten Wellness Center, I am able to help administer positive touch and overall healing. I could not ask for a better team to work with, as we help facilitate healing, throughout our community.
Massage to me is a whole body healing experience. It is not meant for just a moment of rest and relaxation, but a lifetime of good health. I have been a licensed massage therapist for several years and have worked for Holten Wellness Center since 2007. My specialties include Swedish, Neuromuscular and Hot Stone Massage Therapies. My goal with every patient that I work with is to make them aware that I am here for them and their needs. I believe that massage therapy in conjunction with all of our other services we offer at Holten Wellness Center can help you achieve and maintain optimal health and wellness.