These family-oriented services focus on providing whole health care across the lifespan:
Acupuncture & herbs, birth services (including water birth), chiropractic care, functional neurology, functional kinesiology, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, lactation & nutrition, massage, midwifery/gynecology, naturopathic medicine and primary care, prenatal & postpartum care, psychotherapy & counseling, and women’s support groups. Other services and educational opportunities are available.
The lens from which services are provided recognizes the body as holding an innate intelligence that expresses optimal potential without interference. This is a perspective which allows us to complement the body’s awesome resilience by supporting healing from trauma, stress and environmental toxins.
VitalAtlanta was co-founded by Anjli Hinman (Midwife and Executive Director of Atlanta Birth Center), Shanna Jackson (Clinical Psychologist), Rachel Marynowski (Naturopathic Physician), and Guy Riekeman (Chancellor of Life University). This unique collective has grown to include Emily Kehnast (Acupuncturist) and Alicia Simpson (Dietician and Lactation Consultant). Other practitioners offering congruent compassionate care and education also provide services.
Together these providers are committed to whole health by creating a place in the heart of the city of Atlanta that offers authentic integrative and individualized care. People can visit VitalAtlanta for a myriad of whole-health services in all phases of life, from infancy and childhood through adulthood.
This innovative collaboration is building services to become a strong resource community for our city. Come visit and you will sense the network of support offered by the established relationships between providers, along with the nurturing feel of the space.
An empowered community that values whole health and practices the basic foundations of healthy living daily.
To nourish an expansive life experience by providing natural whole health support with a focus on the innate wisdom of the body, mind and spirit.
Commit to on-going education that empowers individuals to make healthcare decisions they believe are best for them.