Maya - Certified Service Dog

Maya is a Trained Service Dog and she  is in  our office some days  to assist those clients with emotional issues. 

Maya is a bundle of joy, came to our  life in 2013, and since then she is being part of our family and office team.


"Listen to your body it's telling you what it needs"

Catalina Fonnegra, LMT.CT

In 2000, I started my training in different modalities of Energy Work such as Reiki, Pranic Healing, Access Bars Therapy and Radiestesia. Later, I became as Massage Therapist and graduated from The American Institute in Florida, specializing in Colon Hydrotherapy. 

Constantly looking for tools to help others, I  obtained my certification in Medical Biomagnetism, while studying under the director and owner of Medical Biomagnetism School in Mexico, Dr. Rolando Bravo.

Through my love of the holistic field and learning, I am also trained in Aromatherapy, Lymphatic Drainage Massage, Rain Drops with Essential Oils and Cupping. These are well rounded healing treatments that are personalized and incorporated depending on each client’s individual needs. 

Catalina Fonnegra, LMT.,CT.

MA 63777
Licensed Massage & Colon Hydrotherapist

Henry Guerrero, LMT.,CT.

I started in 2007 during my massage therapy program at the American Institute where I decided to continue my education and join the Colon Hydrotherapy Program in 2008.

I continued my search for knowledge, continuously blending and learning from various techniques in order to share the knowledge.

My purpose has been to share and educate my clients and learn from the knowledge  that comes with working with them as well. I firmly believe in sharing knowledge to advance to a next level.

Henry Guerrero, LMT.,CT. 
MA 53148
Licensed Massage & Colon Hydrotherapist

 "I believe that balance is the key for total health, for that reason I work in a holistic way to help my clients obtain a healthy mental, physical and spiritual balance."


Miami Holistic Detox Place

Our  Team

In Hindu philosophy, Māyā means "illusion" 

Queen Māyā of Sakya was also the name of the mother of Siddartha Gautama, the Buddha 

 In Hebrew, the name Maya (מַיָּה/מאיה in Hebrew) is a short form of "ma'ayan," meaning "spring" or "brook."

In Old Persian the name means "generous"