Welcome to the Lake Tahoe Wellness Center!
Good health is not merely the absence of pain and disease; it is a state of well-being allowing us to fully enjoy life by being at our best physically, mentally and socially.
The Wellness Center approach to better health includes healthy habits which maximize the body's own inherent healing abilities. We believe that true health comes from within and is the result of maintaining a healthy body: this includes proper nutrition, exercise, rest, relaxation and a positive state of mind.
The programs we offer to achieve your wellness include chiropractic, acupuncture, active release therapy, massage therapy, an infrared sauna, yoga and tai chi classes, an indoor climbing wall and a full herbal pharmacy.
Charlotte has a keen interest in preventative medicine including yoga, energy work, healthy diet and lifestyle. She is a hiking enthusiast and loves to get out in nature in order to stay grounded. She is excited to support the Lake Tahoe Wellness Center on an administrative level while offering her yoga expertise.
On any given weekend, you will find Dr. Lily mountain biking in the backcountry of Tahoe, hiking with Mark Kuehne, her husband, and her two dogs, or shredding the slopes at Northstar. Otherwise, you will most likely find her in service of others, trying to promote wellness in her community: from mission trips to other countries, to providing expert testimony in court, to constant education in her field and complimentary fields.
Lately you might see Mark in action on his new electric fat bike, cruising the trails of Kings Beach in style. With a profound love for the Taoist philosophy, Mark centers his life on balance in all areas. His dedication to providing healing to others is only matched by his love of playfulness. He spends many mornings out on the mountain, snowboarding or telemark skiing in the winter and downhill mountain biking in the warmer months.
Ellen has been working with clients for over 11 years to rehabilitate injuries, optimize athletic performance, and search out and heal the root causes of chronic pain. She has a degree in physiology and has extensive training in massage therapy, functional fitness, therapeutic yoga, and postural alignment. For more about Ellen, visit ellenlindseywalters.com. To schedule an appointment, contact Ellen at [email protected] or call direct at (530) 400-4166.
I have been going to Dr. Lily for my chiropractic needs the last few years and she always has me leaving feeling so great. I have been sick the last two days with a head cold and my neck and head have been a mess, but after just an hour of leaving her office I already feel so much better and actually have an appetite again. She even did specific adjustments for all of my sinuses and my breathing is much better and I finally feel relaxed for the first time in days. Thanks Lily!
I have never been anything but satisfied with my visits to the wellness center, wether it be massage , chiropractic , accupuncture , or yoga ..a well skilled crew with lots of love :)..... thank you ,much appreciated!
Dr. Lily's work was extremely helpful, especially in releiving neuralgia-face pain. Her work is quite exceptional in everyway. So is the general staff! Thanks.
The primary focus of chiropractic is simply to adjust the spine and remove those things which interfere with the body's natural normal healing ability. Spinal adjustments to correct subluxations are what make chiropractic professionals unique in comparison with any other type of health care professional. ...Read More
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Manual manipulation of the spine and other joints in the body have been around for a long time. Ancient writings from China and Greece dating between 2700 B.C. and 1500 B.C. mention spinal manipulation and the maneuvering of the lower extremities to ease low back pain. In fact, Hippocrates, the famous ...Read More