Community Resources

As part of an integrative practice, we believe that collaboration with other health practitioners and community organizations is necessary for successful, sustainable health care. We welcome sharing clients and learning from one another as we grow as a community of healers. Here are some of the individuals, practices, and groups that we have developed relationships with already:

Be Well With Bowen

Rachel Willerer has moved her practice to:
Molda Chiropractic
647 US-1
York, ME 03909

To book an appointment with Rachel,
please call her at 603-828-7772
or book online at

Bowenwork ~ Art of Healing

Ainslee Farrington has moved her practice to:
53 First NH Turnpike
Northwood, NH 03261

To book an appointment with Ainslee,
please call her at 603-833-3596

For Ainslee’s class schedule, please go to the American Bowen Academy website

Coombs Farm

honeyNon-pasteurized, all natural Honey and pure New Hampshire Maple Syrup, on sale now at WLHC.

102 Chester Road
Freemont, NH 03044
Phone:  603-244-2414

Dover Community Acupuncture

Julie Condon, L. Ac., formerly at WLHC with Seacoast Acupuncture, has founded Dover Community Acupuncture at:
7 Hanson Street
Dover, NH 03820


Catherine Markovsky, LAc of Seacoast Acupuncture and Wellness and
Dr. Margaux French of Giving Tree Natural Health
have partnered to create


A wellness center that features Flotation Therapy

FLOTE from email

845 Lafayette Road
Hampton, NH 03842

Oz Akbas, LMFT

Oz Akbas, LMFT, has moved his practice to
2 Washington Street
Picker Building
Suite 305
Dover, NH, 03820

To book an appointment with Oz,
you may call him at 978-572-0203
or email him at

Sleep Institute of New England

sleep instituteSeeing patients locally at 14 Manchester Square, Suite 281, Portsmouth, NH 03801

877-550-SINE (7463) or 603-347-8810

Sport & Spine Physical Therapy

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775 Lafayette Rd., Suite 9
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: 603-431-9700

The Bison Project

Bison Project-Hackmatack FarmThe Bison Project sells all natural, USDA certified, 100% grass fed bison meat. The meat has no trace glutens, is low in cholesterol and high in vitamin D, iron and omega 3s.

Contact the Bison Project: