Connecting you with the local wellness community.
Who we are
Our growing group of members serve people across the Twin Cities metro area in a variety of modalities, all with a focus on whole person, integrative healing, recognizing that our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health is all connected.
Our Collaborative Model
- We recognize the body’s natural ability to heal and function. We acknowledge the body’s innate wisdom and the need to work along side the body to achieve health and healing.
- There is no one way to heal. The journey to healing is a unique as the person seeking healing. Therefore there is no place for competition in our local industry, rather we refer to one another to achieve the best fit for the benefit of the client.
- We are always learning, and often from each other. We value lifelong learning and openness to new perspectives and influences.
- We value a future that centers truly personalized and integrative care in partnership with each person seeking healing services.
Alex Stalberger, Owner, coFounder + CEO
As an emerging integrative health coach in November of 2017, Alex quickly discovered that supporting the healing of a human and running a healing business were very different things. She quickly began gathering professionals to connect, support, and learn from each other. These gatherings started humble and would become the collaborative force behind Well Connected Twin Cities.
Together with health and wellness practitioners across the metro we are spreading the message of empowered wellbeing–Alex’s original motivation to become an integrative health coach.
When she isn’t developing the next phase of Well Connected Twin Cities, she’s most likely chasing her tiny humans, attempting to keep her house plants alive, or convincing her partner they should rescue a dog. . . or a goat.
Lilly Zaborowski, coFounder
Lilly designed the Well Connected Twin Cities directory concept after struggling to find the right local practitioners to treat her son, Leo. It took her years to find the support she were looking for, and she knew there had to be a better way. (You can read her story here.)