Tara Cheney has over 35 years in holistic health studies. She is a certified massage therapist and a licensed practical nurse. She also has her Bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts in Natural Health and Holistic Psychotherapy. She has additional training in a multitude of massage and healing modalities such as Energy work, Reflexology, Myofascial Release, Lymphatic Drainage, Cranial Sacral therapy and Zero Balancing. Tara is a dowser and uses the pendulum and muscle testing to assist with finding answers needed in healing sessions. Tara has many life skills, having run a holistic practice for twenty years, experience as a Nurse, Art Director and Program Manager and also a CEO of an award winning, Woman owed business, other than Heart Rose. She knows about balance and self care. Tara is also a survivor of 5 tick borne diseases and is a chronic Lyme disease sufferer. Through her experience with numerous Lyme treatments she has knowledge to help other who are afflicted. Tara has the skills to gently guide you in making choices about your life, your health and your future. Healing sessions are unique and individually designed to address a client's specific needs in a safe, relaxing environment. Talk therapy, visualization and chakra balancing are some things that may occur during a massage and bodywork treatment. Of course, a client can also not speak at all and just breathe, relax and de-stress.
Tara is also a spiritualist and a ceremonialist. She has been writing unique eulogies and wedding ceremonies for years. Weddings and end of life services and celebrations can be performed here at Heart Rose, or the place of your choice. We can accommodate the ceremony or service as well as the following reception all in one place, with catering and bar service. Please inquire on our event page.
Tara also does intuitive readings using tarot, runes and oracle cards, a pendulum and heightened intuition. This gift was passed down from her grandfather whom could find answers and lost objects. both of Tara's maternal and paternal grandfathers were well known dowsers, also known as "water witches."