Mary McGee, CFSC
Strength Coach and Services Director
Mary has a lifelong passion for staying active and getting outside. Playing sports, hiking, skiing, and dancing since a young age, she has a wide variety of experiences with movement and strength. She loves helping people make healthy choices in their daily lives and incorporating movement throughout. As a life-long dancer and mover, she is passionate about integrating stretching and recovering into every wellness plan.
Mary has a B.A. from Colgate University and has worked in consulting, healthcare analytics, and as a health coach for a primary care physician’s office. As a health coach, she worked closely with medical providers to help patients follow their care plans and make choices to reverse and prevent long term disease. She became certified as a Functional Strength Coach through Mike Boyle’s Level 1 program and trained general population clients at a franchise location of Get in Shape for Women before opening up the Seacoast Health Collective. She most enjoys working with people who are looking to stay active throughout their lives and those who are working on building the strength required for continuing activities of daily life. Mary often works with people over 50 and recently became certified as a Functional Aging Specialist.
Yoga for Life & Healing, Aromatherapist, Holistic Health Coach, & Yoga Instructor
Tuesday runs The Yoga for Life and Healing Center studio and holistic health center. She provide Intuitive coaching that combines spiritual guidance, soul healing, nutrition, education, accountability and empowerment in a unique, customizable way which focuses entirely on client's goals and intentions. She combines her background as a certified Holistic Health coach/Aromatherapist and her experience as a Shaman/Reiki Master to create a safe space where clients can learn, grow, heal and flourish.
Tuesday works with her clients to co-create a plan which focuses on individual needs and desires, with the intention of healing specific blocks and expanding each client's unique skills and gifts. Intuitive health coaching helps individuals get from where they are to where they want to be. It encourages you to step into your passions, explore your purpose and unleash your potential. Sessions can be done once or as many times as needed, and can be done in person at Yoga for Life & Healing Center by phone or by video messenger.
Her family heritage is Blackfoot-Cherokee and she have a history of medicine women within her family. Tuesday has spent many years studying, however her greatest experiences and education come from working with each individual client. Masters of Science degree in Human Development, Certifications in Holistic Health and Nutrition, Board certified in Aromatherapy, Reiki Master, Shaman, Flower Essence Practitioner and a 200 hr Yoga instructor.
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Sarah Roginski, ATC, C.Ped
Active Soles, Founder and Clinician
Sarah studied Athletic Training in the Exercise Science Department at Ithaca College. There, she studied human movement and kinetics, while specializing in athletic training, focusing on injury prevention, assessment, and rehabilitation.
As a Certified Athletic Trainer, Sarah treated athletes participating in 22 different sports. During this time, her passion for injury prevention grew to a larger scale. She became interested in keeping people active beyond their athletic career and through out their entire life. Sarah became a Certified Pedorthist, trained in fitting and fabricating footwear and orthotic devices affecting the lower limb. After she finished her certification, she completed an apprenticeship in Germany to further her skill in design and fabrication of custom orthotics.
"At different stages in life, the activities we participate in change. It doesn't matter what activity you choose as long as you keep your body moving. I believe an active lifestyle improves quality of life and I am passionate about preventing injury so people can remain active at every age"
Michele Guzofski, LMT
Seacoast Therapeutic Massage, Massage Therapist
Michele has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for five years. She is dual licensed in both NH and MA. Her specialties include but are not limited to Therapeutic, Deep Tissue, Swedish and Migraine relief. She is also certified in Reiki, Zen Shiatsu, Kinesiology Taping and Manual Therapy. Beginning in April of 2020 she will be adding Oncology Massage to her skills.
Lisa Roseberry, FNP, PMHNP
Mindful Solutions, Family and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Lisa provides Psychiatric Mental Health services for ages 12 and up. This consists mostly of medication management for mental health disorders such as Anxiety, Depression, ADD/ADHD, and Bipolar Disorder.
Currently, Lisa also works full time in Portsmouth as a Primary Care Provider and is excited to start practicing her new specialty. Lisa sees patients a few evenings a week and Saturday mornings.
She is very excited to have joined the Seacoast Health Collective and to be a part of improving health in the Seacoast area.
Mary Donovan, RYT 200
After practicing yoga for more than 10 years Mary completed her RYT 200 hour yoga teacher training in June of 2019. She has always led an active lifestyle and grew up playing organized sports and dancing. Later she worked as a WSI swim instructor and taught adaptive aquatics as well as arthroswim to seniors. An avid volunteer, she coached soccer, lacrosse and basketball before completing an extensive hospice volunteer training program. For many years she worked at Seacoast Hospice and spent 1 year working full-time as a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in California, both of which involved spiritual work. She enjoys sharing her love of yoga with others, including not only the physical postures but also its spiritual and mental components. She believes yoga is truly a way of life that many people can benefit from today.
Sara Kotila, LMT
Knead to Run Massage, Massage Therapist
Sara is a Licensed Massage Therapist and the owner of Knead to Run Massage. She has been practicing massage for a long time (like 3 times the national average long), and as a student felt a natural draw to the more technical and anatomical side of massage. A few years ago she got fed up with all the confusion massage therapists were causing consumers when it came to sports massage.
So she changed her generalist practice into a specialized one, focusing on runners. After a decade of working with runners and other athletes, she saw that runners are great at prioritizing their runs, but they are not particularly good at prioritizing recovery self-care. This was costing them training time as well as causing them to sacrifice their goals and dreams due to injury and/or decreased performance.
So I've made it my personal mission to help runners understand the importance of injury prevention and recovery and to ultimately just be better. If this sounds like you, I'm here to help!