"HeartSprings has made a difference in my life...I feel like I am able to love others now." --Anonymous
"My mother attended the HeartSprings program after experiencing a stroke. After my mother completed her traditional therapies, we decided to try some alternative options for her well-being through the HeartSprings program. I noticed an immediate positive change in my mother, and she looked forward to the classes and very much enjoyed the instructors and socializing with the participants. HeartSprings offers impactful programming that positively benefits the whole person: spiritually, mentally, physically and socially. We are so grateful, and I highly recommend the HeartSprings program." -Anonymous
“I use the pillow three times a week. It helps me get back to sleep within 10-15 minutes instead of hours like it used to.” --C.S.
“I LOVE that pillow! I am sleeping almost all night, every night for six hours!” —J.S.
“I have gone through lots of counseling, treatment and groups for pain, PTSD and sleep. Having the Dreampad® is a useful tool to help drown out the noise and ringing in my head. I think the vibration in the pillow helps my brain relax.”--Anonymous
"This pain yoga course was great. I recommend this program/yoga to anyone, especially veterans with chronic pain. I am able to move much better. My range of motion is incredible compared to before I started this yoga. My pain is much less, blood pressure is down. I am not taking my muscle relaxers at this time. I am losing weight and generally feel much better!!”--B.A.
"Class was great. Even on a bad pain day I could get on the floor and do movements. Helped with focus."--P.J
"You are the first place that has given me hope"
What Our Clients Are Saying about the choir
Lt. Colonel Charles Olsgaard, Retired recently passed away in October 2018, but he absolutely LOVED HeartSprings Tremble Clef Choir! He used to sing in musical theater and the choir, under Michelle Gelinske's direction gave him an opportunity to sing even when his voice wasn't like it used to be due to his Parkinson's disease. Plus the choir provided him and his wife friendships with others in the choir providing a tight knit community of singers dealing with the same thing. "Use your voice!," he said. And even at the end he was able to sing through every verse of his favorite hymns. Blessed be his memory! Thanks Chuck for your good humor and stories!