Our team

Neda

Neda Smith

Neda is a certified colon hydrotherapist and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition practitioner as well as owner and founder of Gut Harmony.

Stefanie

 Stefanie Juon

Stefanie works with patients to improve their digestion and detoxification mechanisms through colon hydrotherapy and nutrition.

Jesse

Jessie Maher

Jessie is a Colon Hydrotherapist and Certified Holistic Health Coach.

Lydia

Lydia Howley

Lydia is a Colon Hydro-therapist who has specialized in manual lymph drainage.

Lucas

Lucas Foote

Lucas is trained in Manual Lymphatic Drainage including specialized techniques for visceral manipulation of the internal organs of the abdomen.

Kim Burke

Kim is an herbalist, health coach and movement therapist.

Meredith Capasso

Meredyth Capasso

Meredith is here to greet you upon arrival and help connect you with your Gut Harmony healthcare professional. 

How does it all work?

The Gut Harmony team of qualified specialists is here to hep you bring your health back!

Neda

Neda Smith

Founder of Gut Harmony, Neda is a certified Level III Colon Hydrotherapist and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition practitioner. Motivated to help others due to her lifelong struggles with abdominal discomfort and gastric issues, Neda’s goal is to help clients improve their digestive function. She has completed multiple advanced studies in the area of intestinal gut disease and other gut related autoimmune disorders with expertise in colon hydrotherapy, cleansing, and nutritional supplements.

Stefanie

Stefanie Juon

Stefanie, a Board Certified Naturopathic Practitioner through the Trinity School of Natural Health, has been a clinician for over a decade. Her passion is integrative health: she is a certified Reflexologist, Aroma Therapist, Yoga Instructor, Life Coach and Holistic Health Practitioner. Her goal is to help patients care for their skin and improve their digestion and body detoxification mechanisms through colon hydrotherapy and nutrition.

Jesse

Jessie Maher

Jessie is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and Colon Hydrotherapist. Motivated by her challenges with food sensitivities, which caused her significant grief, she works with clients to find creative dietary solutions and incorporate healthy meals into their daily lives. Her motto is “change your health, change your life, change the world.”

Lydia

Lydia Howley

Lydia is a certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT), licensed massage therapist, esthetician, and Colon Hydro-therapist who has specialized in manual lymph drainage for 17 years. She has enhanced her skills with training from the C.J. Patton Center and the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy. Lydia’s approach is holistic to better address the needs of her clients.

Lucas

Lucas Foote

Lucas is trained in Manual Lymphatic Drainage (Chikly Health Institute) including specialized techniques for visceral manipulation of the internal organs of the abdomen. A graduate of the Technical College of the Rockies, Lucas is a skilled massage therapist with expertise in Craniosacral Therapy, Nervous System Tension Release, and Healing Touch Therapy. He is Program Director of Massage at Southeastern College in North Charleston. His therapeutic methods help clients with detoxification.

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Kim Burke

Kim is an herbalist, health coach and movement therapist.  Inspired by her own battle with Lyme disease, she has worked with clients for over a decade on injury prevention, alignment, nutrition and a toxic free lifestyle.  Kim received her Bachelors of Science from Temple University and is furthering her studies at the Commonwealth Center for Holistic Herbalism to become a community herbalist, trained to recognize aliments and create herbal protocols.  Her passion is to support kids and adults on their journey to greater health.

Meredith Capasso

Meredyth Capasso

Meredyth cares deeply about the client experience, having been both a patient and advocate. She has dedicated the past decades to working with people who need compassion and assistance. From her work at Mount Sinai hospital in NYC, with GI patients and breast cancer survivors, to her work in Florida with homeless women veterans, Meredyth’s expertise includes patient advocacy, grant writing, fundraising and program development.