Sheila Manzagol, BA, Edu-K

Professional Herbalist and Kinesiology SpecialisT


Grace, health and happiness

Grace, health and happiness are achieved when we are in harmony on all four levels: physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually (energetically). Using muscle testing (your bodies wisdom) as a guide I incorporate different traditions and healing wisdom to help you be your best. Each 1 ½ hour session is goal driven by you and may include any or all of the following:


Touch for Health

Uses applied kinesiology to balance the musculoskeletal system and the energetic meridian system. Combining the best of east and west, Touch for Health is very helpful for relieving pain, restoring health, aligning posture, allergy relief, and increasing energy.

Brain Gym

Movement is learning and intentional movement is intentional learning.  Brain Gym uses intentional movements (educational kinesiology) to improve concentration, focus, memory, relationships, academics, organization, athletics, attitudes and belief patterns.


The herbal wisdoms of different cultures all have unique benefits. I incorporate Western, Chinese and Ayurvedic herbs in my formulas and practice.  A session could include an herbal analysis and a personalized formula.

Balance Opportunities

Transform Belief Patterns

Heal from Injury, Illness and/or Trauma

Pain Reduction

Allergy Relief

Anxiety Reduction

Grief Management

Sports Recovery

Health Optimization

Academic Improvement

Athletic Improvement

Sheila Manzagol 



Sheila is the founder of Shining Mountain Herbs. She has a year-round private practice at Rocky Mountain Integrative Medicine in Ridgway, CO and in Savannah, GA at Hidden Well Acpunture, where she is an herbalist and kinesiology specialist, helping clients through herbal formulations, Brain Gym and Touch for Health. Sheila has studied Traditional Chinese, Western and Ayurvedic herbal medicine with the East West School of Herbology where she received her certificate as a Professional Herbalist. She previously worked at Stanford University conducting AIDS and other immunological research and an additional nine years were dedicated to the biotechnology industry.