image1Stacey Schmitt:

As a prenatal/postnatal yoga instructor and birth doula, breath and body awareness are of upmost importance to Stacey. She believes women can trust their bodies to birth and heal the way women were intended by setting up for success through mind, body, spirit, AND baby! Stacey loves guiding women through the entire transformation of becoming a mom, both on and off the mat by cultivating the beautiful bond between mama and baby.


Dr. Stephanie GrayStephanie Gray DNP, ARNP, ANP-C, GNP-C, CCCN, ABAAHP, FAARFM has received a BSN, MSN, and DNP from the University of Iowa College of Nursing. She has been practicing as a nurse practitioner since 2009. She has also obtained a Masters in Metabolic Nutritional Medicine graduating from the University of South Florida’s Medical School. She became the first BioTe Certified provider in the state of Iowa to administer hormone pellets in 2014.

Dr. Stephanie Gray is the only nurse practitioner and one of only a few individuals in the state of Iowa certified through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine’s Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners (ABAAHP). She become the only nurse practitioner and one of 2 individuals in Iowa to complete their Advanced Fellowship in Anti-Aging, Regenerative, and Functional Medicine in December 2013. She currently offers what she feels is the safest and most effective approach to hormone optimization, individualized natural hormone replacement therapy.

Her additional expertise lies within integrative health, combining conventional medicine with complementary and alternative medicine. She and her husband Eric own the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She enjoys gardening, exercising, fashion, music, and spending time with friends and family.


Lisa Klostermann, MT-BC has been surrounded by musicians and music her entire life.  She has been lucky enough to observe the far-reaching benefits of music both as a board certified music therapist and as a mom of twins.  Lisa is passionate about the power and importance of play, and truly enjoys facilitating parents having fun with their children through music.

Before staying home to play with her twins, Lisa earned her Music Therapy degree from the University of Iowa and worked with a wide variety of individuals, including children in special education with autism, developmental delays, and speech delays.  She has also made music with adults with developmental delays, older adults in nursing care and hospice, and a worked a stint as Interim Director of Music Therapy at West Music.  Lisa and her husband Chris enjoy playing with music (most recently the ukulele!) and their two kids!

Music on the Move is a family owned and operated business dedicated to providing music classes for families, daycares, and preschools in the Cedar Rapids area.

Dr. Janet Cuhel: 

“Chiropractic is a health science emphasizing the integrity of the spine, spinal cord, and nerves to assist and maintain humanhealth potential. The Spinal Corrective Center Team assesses your general health and specifically evaluates and documents spinal areas that could benefit from improvement.

Our patients are of all ages, from infants to adolescents through adult life. We are setting standards for correcting scoliosis and establishing improved spinal corrective values for the chiropractic profession.”



IMG_1058 (1)Jennifer Pitkin:

Jennifer is an IBCLC, otherwise called a Lactation Consultant. She is Board Certified and has been in private practice since 2013. Jennifer has her BS in psychology, three kiddos (one nursing), and is working hard on publishing a book on breastfeeding policies this Fall. Her primary interests in the field are how restricted tongue mobility affects supply and infant behavior, lesser known food sensitivities, and methods to treat low supply.