Our Instructors

Janet Soldon, MA, RLSW, RM/T

Founding Partner 
and Instructor

Jan is a Reiki Master and Teacher of the Usui Shiki Rhoyo method, as well as an Intuitive Energy Practitioner and Life Coach. She has been practicing in the Reiki field for 25 years and maintains a small private practice out of her Mequon office.

Prior to working as an Energy Practitioner, Jan worked tirelessly as a Social Worker, Supervisor, and trainer in a county run Child Welfare and Protective Services, as well as other agencies, which provided her a strong foundation for energy healing and helped her establishing and engaging in good self-care. She has a unique perspective that helps her clients work towards their goals of health and happiness.

Jan is culturally competent and able to help people from all walks of life. In 2004, Jan and her husband moved to Tucson, Arizona where she worked in private practice as a Reiki Practitioner and Teacher. During that time Jan was a key member in the development and implementation of, as well as teaching in, the “Wellness Education” component of the Therapeutic Massage Program at a local community college.

Fr. Kenneth J. Nelan, MS, CTMH, NCC, LPC

Founding Partner 
and Instructor
(**Though he is a Reiki Master/Teacher, Fr. Ken is not currently taking clients.)

Fr. Kenn received his undergraduate degree in Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies with a minor in Community Engagement and Education and a certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. He was also awarded a Master’s of Science in Educational Psychology with an emphasis on Community Counseling and Multicultural certification, and and he currently works with the marginalized and fringes of society.

In 2004, Fr. Kenn and his wife Jan taught in the Wellness Education department of a community college in Arizona.  He developed and taught Business Management for Massage Professionals, co-developed and taught in various complementary and alternative healing courses, and assisted with professionalism and ethics courses.

In 2011, he and his wife returned to Wisconsin where Fr. Ken currently works with the impoverished and other communities as a nationally certified and licensed professional counselor in private practice. He hopes to one day, together with his wife and other qualified practitioners, open a whole-life wellness and retreat center that emphasizes reaching out to all levels of society as equals.

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