Stephanie Iannarone L.Ac, CFMP, CHHC
Stephanie Iannarone is passionate about health and healing. She began her career in the holistic health field over 15 years ago after dealing with her own health concerns. She was so inspired by what she learned about natural health and how it affected her that she wanted to learn more and help others to do the same. During her undergraduate work at Rutgers University she started out in fitness, briefly working as an aerobics instructor and personal trainer. Her attention focused next on nutrition and this was the main catalyst to her own healing.
She attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City and began her career as a Certified Holistic Health Coach. Wanting to take her training to another level she studied Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture and received her Masters degree from Tristate College of Acupuncture in New York City. She is board certified and licensed in both New York and New Jersey. She decided to continue her education further by thoroughly studying Functional Medicine.
Since it is an ever changing and growing field, she stays up to date on the latest research and is consistently attending seminars and lectures so that she may offer her patients the best knowledge available.
National Certified Massage Therapist
Audrey Filardi is a nationally certified massage therapist, Reiki master and teacher practicing massage for 7 years. Her love for the water led her to become a certified Watsu practitioner, which is shiatsu massage done in a warm pool. Currently Audrey is the sole practitioner of Watsu in Southern NJ and offers this service at the AtlantiCare LifeCenter and in her own pool in Sweetwater, NJ where she resides with her husband Mike and 17 year old daughter Leah and their three cats. Audrey enjoys an active lifestyle, taking advantage of the hiking trails and bicycling on the scenic rural roads as well as kayaking the winding nearby rivers.
Audrey truly enjoys helping people heal naturally in her Sweetwater studio and at Fast Track to Health.
Prior to massage Audrey received her Master’s degree in Art Therapy and worked in the Mental health field for 10 years before moving on to work in the fitness industry as a personal trainer and fitness instructor on land and in the water. She also ran a small greenhouse business growing a variety of herbs for wholesale to local farm markets and garden centers. This introduced Audrey to the multitude of uses for herbs and ignited her passion for aromatherapy and the healing benefits of essential oils which she regularly incorporates into her massages.
All of her past endeavors have revolved around helping others become healthy. Her knowledge and experience provides her with a well rounded base in which to draw from to help customize a session for each person toward their own healing.
CHHC Health Coach
Donna is a Certified Holistic Health Coach with a special interest in the Low Glycemic Index diet to manage and regulate blood sugar, insulin, and inflammation. Her goal is to help others achieve a healthy, balanced lifestyle through whole foods. She emphasizes the role that career, personal relationships, spirituality and exercise play in overall well-being.
She received her formal education through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition (IIN) in New York City, where she studied over 100 dietary theories and coaching methods with experts in the health and wellness fields. She began her career in nutrition and holistic health 10 years ago as a nutrition coach for a local doctor affiliated with a nationwide medical program. It has become a passion of hers and she enjoys keeping up with new research in the science of nutrition.
Carol Cosentino runs the show in our office. Born and raised in South Philly, Carol has been a Jersey shore resident for the last 15 years and formerly ran C Shell Cleaning Service. She also sells tea and is the owner of Serenitea, quality teas and accessories.
After yoga and massage failed to eliminate yet another painful kink in my neck my friend recommended that I try her acupuncturist Stephanie.
I had never tried acupuncture and before Stephanie began, we spent a few minutes discussing my pain and overall health. Besides my neck, I complained that I was just feeling stressed lately from my job and she assured me that acupuncture could help me, and that it works on many types of aliments.
Although, I was nervous, it didn’t hurt and I found the treatment very relaxing. After the first few needles, she placed one into my shoulder. And then, I felt the entire muscle from my shoulder up the back of my neck release. Wow!
For the rest of the day I felt like I had taken a valium. I was relaxed, calm and the pain in my neck was completely gone!
I’m amazed how well acupuncture worked for me and Stephanie was so knowledgable, caring and kind, I would recommend her and acupuncture to anyone. I will definitely be back when I am in the area again.