Mission Yoga Wellness Center​  

Located inside our South Abington location, our wellness center provides a soothing atmosphere meant to aid in the growth of each individual's needs. Please see the services offered below

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Mission Wellness Professionals

Kris Probst, Energy Therapist 

 

Yoga found Kris in 2007 at a time when she needed it the most. Her dad’s diagnosis of terminal cancer was the catalyst for her to go further on her spiritual journey. Although always drawn even as a little girl to spirituality, her dad’s death caused her to dig deeper and really go within to find her true self. 

Embarking on this healing journey, she soon became a Usui and Karuna Reiki Master along with a Hospice Spiritual Counselor. She then enrolled in Prana Yoga’s first teacher training with Kelly Corazzi and Kelly O’Brien-Bedford and immersed herself in yoga and meditation. She has been teaching for 10 years and holds multiple certifications that include kids, prenatal, and recovery yoga. She also facilitated group and meditation sessions at the Center of Inner Light. 

Her true love lies with integrating mind, body, and spirit through yoga and energy work. When not teaching, She loves sharing her life with my three beautiful daughters and her fur babies at home. She considers herself a woman of faith and her life experiences have been her muse. 

“We are all just walking each other home” - Ram Dass

 Patricia O. Cummings,     MS, NCC

Counseling for Individuals, Couples, Families and Groups

Tricia's passion is in helping clients find and live their best life. Through a holistic approach, focused on one's mind, body and spirit, she helps adults, adolescents and children navigate issues related to anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem, relationship issues, sexual issues, aging, stress and chronic illness.

 

​Tricia brings close to 20 years working on a college campus to her practice, during which she worked with victims of sexual assault and relationship violence, and as an advocate for marginalized individuals; including LGBTQ+, women and under-served populations

 

Tricia invites you to reach out and explore the possibility of therapy. Counseling is about building a relationship, and she would welcome the opportunity to tell you more about herself and her approach, so that you can decide for yourself if beginning therapy at this time is right.

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