Wendy Schweifler grew up in Grand Haven, Michigan. She moved to the Los Angeles area after graduating from Grand Valley State University in 1992. She earned a BS degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management. While in California she completed the massage program at the Santa Barbara School of Intuitive Massage. She lived in Montana, where she took a reflexology class at the Asten Center. Her next destination was Westchester, New York. She graduated from the Clinical Massage Therapy program from Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy and specializes in Myofascial Massage. She has been a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association her entire Massage Therapy career.
After fifteen years, she moved back home to Michigan. Immediately she started to volunteer to get back into her community. In 2012, she was presented with the Greater Ottawa County United Way Volunteer of the Year Award.
She created and promotes Gardenfest, an annual event at the local library to teach kids about gardening, nutrition and sustainability. She co-created and co-promotes the Community Wellness and Massage annual event for anyone who is interested to learn about alternative health options. Participants may receive free massages as well as experience yoga and tai chi.
She believes in multiple streams of income. She has been both an adjunct professor and a presenter. She has income from real estate, network marketing with Juice Plus , book sales, workshops, paintings, and massage therapy.
She loves her involvement in her home town’s clubs and events. She is a member of the Auxiliary Eagles, American Legion, Toastmasters, Tri-Cities Garden Club, Counterpart and is the 2015-2016 President of the Woman’s Life local chapter.