Meet us

Meet us

Living Hope Wellness Remedies and Services team are passionate about helping children, adults and families through Functional and Integrative Therapies and “Wholistic” (whole body) options.

Stephanie Haynes and her team formed the company as a result of their personal and professional experiences with Integrative Therapies.  They believe that homeopathic treatments and therapies support the body’s God given natural ability to heal itself in order to reach optimal wellness. 

For over 20 years they each found in their field of expertise, that the majority of families they met experienced little to no results with traditional medicine and mainstream pharmaceutical treatments. Their belief is that education and knowledge is the key to achieving a balanced body with freedom from pain and illness.

Together, they are teaching children and adults how to achieve and sustain a better quality of life for their mind, body and soul.

Our mission

To educate and provide alternative options for families who choose to take an active role in their own health and well-being.

We Believe

  • In Advocacy to empower people to exercise their right to make their own healthcare choices with regard to prevention and treatment options vs. traditional medicine, to promote optimal wellness of mind, body and spirit.
  • Finding the Root Cause of ones pain, physical impairment and dysfunction of the body’s systems is crucial to achieve wellness.
  • In a Team Approach to integrative therapies and Wholistic approaches to avoid overuse of Rx Medications and toxic products in order to restore an individual to his or her full potential.
  • In the Need for more personalized, individual healthcare.

Team members

Stephanie Haynes

First and most important, she is a mother of two and a Mimi to four grandchildren. 

Stephanie graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Physical Therapy (PT).  She has worked in outpatient/inpatient environments and as a school therapist. She has been a Pediatric PT for over 20 years.  She also works with local Cancer patients.  Stephanie specializes in neurological disorders with a focus on Movement Disorders and Spasticity management. Fascinated and perplexed with the growing numbers of children and adults with multiple seizure disorders, she found there was a lack of education and treatment options offered to these families.  The majority of the  families she worked with were bombarded with a multitude of pharmacological medications usually layered together resulting in devastating side effects.  There were rarely any alternative options brought up or any educational information offered to empower these families to confidently choose what would work best for their families needs.  Every family has unique needs and their spiritual, financial and  schedule needs need to be addressed realistically for a successful plan of care.

Then she met Anneliese Clark and her daughter, Christina. She watched Christina rally and blossom, making progress and feeling well – as well as devastatingly decline and losing all bodily functions in ongoing cycles for over 12 years. The two became friends, advocates, and partners in trying to help families by providing insight and understanding of the many other options and alternatives for treatment. 

Anneliese Clark

A mother of four, Anneliese graduated with a BS in marketing and communications and worked in sales and promotions for the food and beverage industry prior to opening and operating her own insurance business for the last 20 years. She was listed in the Jacksonville Business Journal’s “Top 25” for Independent Insurance Agencies (Colonial Life) and women-owned business categories multiple times. She was the first woman in the Company history to win the prestigious Premier Office of the Year award. After being distinguished and awarded membership in five President’s Clubs, she received Colonial’s highest award, the Circle of Honor.

Her youngest child Christina was born normal and began to have seizures at three months old. After a barrage of tests, she was diagnosed with cryptogenic, generalized epilepsy and put on her first series of medications. For more than 12 years, she researched relief for Christina who had tried 16 different anti-epileptic drugs, a Vagal Nerve Stimulator, Ketogenic diet (three times), GF/CF diet, stem cell transplants in three different countries, and three brain surgeries. Thousands of seizures, hundreds of medicine side effects and multiple surgeries, have left her mentally and physically disabled.
Christina tried medical grade cannabis oil in January 2014, which resulted in a 90% reduction in seizures during which she made huge developmental gains during this trial period. Due to Florida’s restrictive laws as well as Federal roadblocks, appropriate medical grade cannabis options were not readily available to her. Christina’s condition deteriorated without adequate access to the very medicine that made her better and improved her quality of life.

Anneliese became an avid spokesperson and advocate for medical cannabis as a treatment option in Florida. She has spent endless hours studying cannabis as medicine and is active in several focus groups, collaborating with industry people and patients nationwide. She has traveled around the country and met with growers, researchers and industry professionals. She has testified in front of the Florida Senate and attended many of the DOH hearings regarding current legislation. Anneliese speaks to doctors, parents, law enforcement officers, legislators, and business people to educate and bring awareness to this topic.  She has become a “go to” person for Cannabis solutions for children and adults.

Member: CannaMoms, Moms United, Americans for Safe Access, FloridaCann, National Hemp & Green Energy Investments (Board)

Media: CNBC First Coast News, Action News Jax., Patients Out of Time Radio, TakingFocus.org, Bay Area9, Wake-up with Edie Darling

Guest Speaker: Florida Cannabis Coalition, Americans for Safe Access, TEDxAM15 Conference

 

DeAnn Coxwell

DeAnn is a licensed massage therapist who is passionate about her intuitive skills and addresses her clients with a wholistic approach. She is a graduate of the Parisian School of Massage. DeAnn is experienced with Swedish and deep tissue massage. She also has a background in wholistic methods of treatment including a certification in CBD education, usage and pain management. With 6 years of experience and over 5000 hours of hands on massage, she is very confident and passionate about the positive effects of massage on the body, mind and soul. She holds certifications in table Thai, full body manual stretching and cupping.

Julie Colard

Julie Colard is a licensed Physical Therapist since 2000. She has extensive experience with outpatient, inpatient rehabilitation, and retirement communities. She has treated patient’s with brain injuries, strokes, cancers, autoimmune and multiple other neurological disorders as well as orthopedic injuries and surgeries. Julie has treated pediatric through geriatric populations. Her passion is manual therapy with a wholistic approach to pain management and whole body wellness. Julie uses a variety of techniques she customizes to each individual to meet their unique and specific needs in order to optimize patient recovery and outcomes. Manual therapy, Micro-point stimulator, cupping and kinesio-taping are just a few.