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Meet Danelle!

Pronouns: she, her, hers


I love living and serving the families in the beautiful Wenatchee Valley as a massage and craniosacral therapist.    My undergraduate degree in biochemistry and subsequent work with supplement and pharmaceutical companies led to a desire to work in healthcare, and after years of practicing as a midwife I have shifted my focus to healing massage and energy work.

During my midwifery program, I studied Craniosacral Therapy, Reflexology, Reiki, and Ayurvedic medicine, inspiring further training in massage at Columbia River Institute of Massage Therapy.  This training provides the foundation for the energetic healing practice of craniosacral therapy at NOURISH.  My therapeutic massage/cranio sessions are deeply relaxing and healing.  I also combine my love for birth work and bodywork,  offering massage and craniosacral therapy during labor, delivery and immediate postpartum when I am available.  I have performed placenta encapsulation services for over 10 years and continue to do so.    

My other interests include herbalism, nutrition, exploring these gorgeous lands, travel and continually learning more about mind-body-soul medicine. I am passionate about promoting racial and social justice within healthcare and the greater community, and pledge to donate at least 10% of all Nourish profits to organizations run for and by people of color, including but not limited to Immigration/Race Justice Group, Indigenous Roots and Reparation Foundation, NAACP, Native American Rights Fund, and American Indian College Fund

I believe craniosacral therapy can support healing at the deepest level, and is beneficial at all ages and stages of life.  I have extensive experience working with babies, children, pregnant folks, and adults.

Thank you for the opportunity to work with you!

~Danelle Paulick, MSM, LM, LMT

Master's of Science in Midwifery, Licensed Midwife, Licensed Massage Therapist

I acknowledge that I live and work within the ancestral, unceded territories of the Yakama/np̓əšqʷáw̓səxʷ (Wenatchi).

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