Hope isn’t just the middle name of Keneen McNiven, D.C. or the title of her business. It’s her life lesson and professional mission. After the sudden loss of her husband in November of 2006, Keneen’s longtime dedication to healing and transformation profoundly evolved and deepened. She began her journey of recovery through the heart-opening principles of Anusara yoga, which helped her move from the ravages of heartbreak and grief to “heart-broken-open.” Discovering, recovering and embodying true natural hope encouraged her to incorporate the same principals in to her 30-year chiropractic and healing arts practice as well as her 15 years of yoga teachings. She found that by infusing yoga therapy and principles with her gentle chiropractic methods, she could offer her clients greater pain relief and sustainability in their treatments. Clients experience empowerment, inspiration and hope as they learn how to be proactive at home in a way that enhances and supports the chiropractic care.
By combining therapeutic yoga and innovative rehabilitation solutions, in addition to emotional freedom recovery work, Keneen now supports others not only with their physical healing and pain relief, but also facilitates more in-depth personal growth and transformation. Her own experiences with trauma recovery, adrenal exhaustion, chronic fatigue, emotional stress and PTSD have sparked a passion for helping others who face similar challenges. Today, instilling genuine hope combined with leading edge, accelerated healing modalities is the foundation of her business.
Accreditation & Compassionate Care
Keneen is a member of the Diamond Heart School and has been a dedicated student of spiritual studies and meditation for over 30 years. She also understands first hand the challenges of recovering not only from trauma but also from a physical injury. After a car accident tore cartilage in her left hip, doctors suggested she not participate in dance or yoga until the damage was surgically repaired. Not wanting to go that route, Keneen embarked on an unorthodox approach using advanced chiropractic, therapeutic yoga and emotional-trauma release techniques. The combination of treatments allowed her to avoid surgery, still dance and practice yoga again. Her hip is now pain free. Having gone through a similar experience to that of her patients, Keneen provides empathetic and compassionate care in all that she offers. In addition to dancing and yoga, Keneen’s other interests include Argentine tango, writing, hiking, camping and playing in the backcountry.
“Finding Dr Keneen through a woman’s workshop has been a blessing. I have felt trapped in my life and body. I carried childhood wounds and injuries in my body and had a lot of back pain and moodiness. With her gentle and powerful approach along with her unique yoga exercises I am happier, healthier and hopeful again.” – Lana S.