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Exploring Life & Business with Nina Schulze of The Wholeness Hut

Today we’d like to introduce you to Nina Schulze. 

Hi Nina, so excited to have you on the platform. So, before we get into questions about your work-life, maybe you can bring our readers up to speed on your story and how you got to where you are today?
I’ve been practicing different modalities for the past 13 years for my own personal healing. After receiving a few different diagnoses related to high amounts of stress, anxiety, and depression, it was imperative that I learned how to better care for myself. While I mainly practiced yoga, meditation, and aromatherapy, it wasn’t until I found Reiki that my life improved exponentially. Daily practice brought about a significant change to the way my body relaxed and released the harmful effects of stress, and thus, began my journey into becoming a certified holistic practitioner. 

I’m sure you wouldn’t say it’s been obstacle-free, but so far would you say the journey has been a fairly smooth road?
The road that I’ve traveled has been rocky, forked, circular, and both uphill and downhill, however; I never once forgot to stop and smell the roses along the way. Healing within itself can be messy, but if I would never have taken a deep look into my own life and past traumas, I wouldn’t be where I am today! 

With that said, The Wholeness Hut was born amid the pandemic. I offered distant Reiki sessions from my home with the hope of bringing hope back to those who might have lost it. Months later, I was able to find a quaint location so I could offer in-person services. Since then, I have been able to participate in events like ETHDenver Zen Zone and the Body Mind Spirit Celebration, which not only have I extremely enjoyed but have learned so much from as well. 

Alright, so let’s switch gears a bit and talk business. What should we know?
As I said before, healing isn’t easy. I feel it takes a lot of courage to be able to look deep within ourselves and recognize and appreciate our shadows- the darker parts of ourselves- and learn to embrace them. I can meet people where they are in their journey, seeing them both as beautiful and whole and so, so worthy of love. Healing begins with YOU and as a healing facilitator, I am here to support you on your path and provide you with the tools that you need to be successful. I am a Reiki Master Teacher and Huna Kane Practitioner. At the Wholeness Hut I offer both in-person and distant Reiki (gentle hands-on or off placement that reduces stress and promotes relaxation and healing) and Integrative Energy Body Therapy. 

Integrative Energy Body Therapy is a combination of modalities that reduces stress, promotes relaxation, is both restorative and preventative, and is a body and spiritual alignment process. Stagnated energy is swept through the body using a motion called the Dance of Creation. I highly recommend this process for anyone who struggles with stillness as it is quite interactive. I often thank clients for dancing with me at the end of a session because that’s exactly how it feels to administer this treatment- the beautiful ebb and flow of the Dance of Creation. 

Each of these modalities also include time on the heated PHYMAT, crystal healing, sound healing, and aromatherapy. 

I will soon also be offering copper Chakra Crystal Light Therapy to enhance sessions for optimal healing. 

Is there a quality that you most attribute to your success?
Being empathetic and being able to hold space for someone is so important in the work that I do. No two people are the same. It’s important to me that you feel that your unique needs are being met in a grounded, loving manner in my safe and sacred space. 


  • Reiki (in-person or distant)- $60 for 60 minutes
  • Integrative Energy Body Therapy- $75 for 70 minutes
  • Packages are available

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