Mark J. Romano, ND

Dr. Mark J. Romano – Naturopathic Physician, Sheng Zhen Qigong Teacher. Dr. Romano practices holistic medical arts under a National Board Certification and a Connecticut State Licensure. His education includes an undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree with a specialization in Human Kinesiology, and a Doctorate of Naturopathy.His naturopathic approach is to integrate western medical sciences with eastern healing philosophies to impart to his patients a SAFE, EFFECTIVE, and NOURISHING way to restore health in their lives.

Holistic medical art services employed by Dr. Romano include:
-   Biotherapeutic Drainage                                                  
-   Acupuncture
-   Nutritional guidance
-   Holistic Body Centered Therapy
-   Qigong training

Dr. Romano focuses on serving individuals, teens and children seeking relief from a wide range of physical ailments including pain, fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, and chronic illness.

Spencer Greene. CYT

is a Movement Therapist, currently pursuing a M.S. in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Upon graduation he will be a Licensed Acupuncturist and a Clinical Chinese Herbalist. Having initially been certified in two styles of Yoga (Kripalu & Kundalini), Spencer has gone back to graduate school in order to increase his skill and subtlety in promoting health and wellbeing. His BA’s were in Classical Civilizations & Religious Studies with an emphasis on Eastern Religious Traditions.

His initial focus on the spiritual aspects of being have weaved their way into Spencer’s movement style. By training & exploring through his style, one comes to gain both: strength, flexibility & grace of body; and resolve, adaptation & grace of mind.

Tanvi Gandhi, ND

Tanvi received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from University of Bridgeport in 2013. She is currently working on her state licensure. She is currently finishing her Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine also at University of Bridgeport.

She started her journey to help people stay healthy at UCLA in 2003 by studying Microbiology as an undergraduate student and finished her Research Internship at National Institute of Health in Washington, D.C., where she was introduced to Alternative and Complementary Medicine. She became aware that prevention-with diet & lifestyle can reduce health care costs and improve access to health

Through her own experiences and working with patients in clinic and community, she believes passionately in the ability of body to heal itself and the healing power of nature, one of the most fundamental philosophy in naturopathic medicine. She has specialized training in Japanese Reiki, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, German Biological Medicine and Whole foods &Plant Based Diet. Her doctoral thesis focused on Sound healing and Meditation. She practices Kundalini Yoga which uses power of movement& sound for deep healing and relaxation.She wants to integrate her eastern spiritual background with western naturopathic principles to help her patients and larger communities.

She wants to continue bringing awareness on natural health and wellness via educational workshops & lectures, writing articles, community acupuncture and meditation.  She organizes community drum circles at Sea Side Park, Full moon ceremonies and hiking trips. She values the connection with Earth and Universe, being in harmony cycles in nature and looking at disease and trauma as a way of deeper understanding of nature and life.