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Survivor Wellness Team


John Librett, PhD, MPH // Cancer Survivor and Executive Chairman of Survivor Wellness

As a cancer survivor, Dr. Librett is a past member of the Lance Armstrong Foundation's Public Health Advisory Board, Clinical Director of the American Medical Athletic Association's Clinical Advisory Board and past chair of a White House Federal Interagency Health Council. Dr. Librett is a former health scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Institute Clinical Conference Series in Preventive Medicine.   

Dr. Librett is recognized for his leadership in preventive medicine, clinical translation and health policy. On these issues, John has worked with the White House, the US Department of Health and Human Services, the World Health Organization, the Pan American Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as governments and corporations in Eastern Europe, Central and South America, and the U.S. 

While in medical school, studying epidemiology and evidence-based medicine, Dr. Librett was diagnosed with cancer. During his cancer diagnosis, John developed a deep interest in integrative medicine; including meditation and mindfulness; later attending the Soto and Rinzai Schools and becoming a member of the White Plum lineage.

In addition to his business development, Dr. Librett's health policy research has appeared in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, World News Tonight, and NPR's Morning Edition, to name a few. Dr. Librett is Founder of the First Ascent Fund, President/Founder of Behavioral Science International, Founder/CEO of Survivor Healthcare, Executive Chairman of the Survivor Wellness, Chair of the Utah Cancer Action Network, and Adjunct Professor with the University of Utah, College of Health.

Read Dr. Librett's writing, learn more about his cancer journey, and read about "The Four Pillars" here.


Dana Levy // Executive Director of Survivor Wellness

Dana Levy joined Survivor Wellness as Program Director in 2021 and has served as Executive Director since late 2022. She has been in private practice as a yoga/movement professional in both the US and Japan for over 20 years.

Dana is a certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT), a certified Laban Bartenieff Movement Analyst (CLMA), has a master's degree in modern dance, and a nidan (2nd degree black belt) in the Japanese martial art of aikido. She has 30+ years in the fields of choreography, performance, martial arts, and movement education. While living in Tokyo, Dana directed FURLA yoga, a boutique yoga studio in Tokyo, Japan, from 2005-2017. She has taught yoga in Salt Lake City since 2013, trained yoga teachers since 2017, and worked with Huntsman Cancer Institute since 2019.  In addition to her administrative work in Survivor Wellness, Dana also offers movement classes and private movement/yoga therapy sessions for the clients.

Contact Dana with questions, or to book a session:



Laura Landward, LCSW // Clinical Supervisor

Laura coordinates the social work internship programs for Survivor Wellness' education, training, and small business development program, The Survivor Institute.


PROVIDERS/Fellows of The Survivor Institute


Tammy White // Mental Health Counselor

Tammy offers individual counseling with Survivor Wellness clients, facilitates the Grief & Healing Support Group, and runs the Community Garden Group. For more information, or to book a session, contact her:

Tammy (she/her) currently offers individual counseling with Survivor Wellness clients, facilitates the Grief & Healing Support Group, and helps facilitate the Community Garden Group. She is a graduate of the School of Social work, University of Washington, where she previously served clients in the Northwest for several years. She is currently an MSW student at the University of Denver. Tammy is passionate about helping to support and empower others on their path of healing and does so with great compassion. Tammy enjoys meditation, somatic movement, Pilates, cooking, and spending time with loved ones, including her two rescue dogs, Milo & Daisy.



Dana Levy, C-IAYT, CLMA // Yoga Therapy & Somatic Movement Education

Dana teaches Tuesday's "Relax & Restore" gentle yoga classes and Wednesday's "Coming Home to Your Body" joyful movement classes. She also offers private yoga/movement sessions for Survivor Wellness clients. For more information or to book a session, contact her:

Dana (she/her) joins Survivor Wellness as a certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT), certified Laban Bartenieff Movement Analyst (CLMA) and somatic movement educator to provide classes and private sessions for individuals affected by cancer.

Dana helps individuals find movement solutions to achieve better quality of life through intentional movement practices. She teaches with elegance, intelligence, humanity, humor, clarity and honesty, and encourages her clients to work with attention, intention, interest and enjoyment. A class or session with Dana may include standing, sitting, walking, rolling, reclining, or appropriate hands-on body education, and may also include use of props or other therapy tools. The difficulty level and type of movement depends on the client’s needs and abilities; sessions are engaging, educational, creative, collaborative, and moving. Learn more about Dana here.


Rylie Steuart, RYT-500 // Yoga Instructor

Rylie is currently on sabbatical, working on her yoga therapist training, and will be back - keep checking our schedule!

Rylie Steuart first started practicing yoga as a teen. She has experienced for herself the power that gentle movement has on her mental state, and loves helping people to discover this connection within themselves. Rylie has a background in psychology, is currently a level 1 Yoga Therapist in the Optimal State Yoga Therapy program, and is also a certified 500-hour therapeutic yoga instructor. When she's not doing yoga she can be found reading books, outside hiking in the sunshine, or spending time with her family. 



Adrienne Shulze // Reiki Master

The Survivor Wellness community is grateful to Adrienne for her years of volunteer service to our clients. As of January, 2023, Adrienne has passed the volunteer torch to Meg Hansen (see below).

Adrienne continues to offer private, reduced-rate reiki sessions for Survivor Wellness clients at 57 House. Contact us to find out how to book with her.

Adrienne (she/her) is a cancer survivor 17 years and counting, for which she is thankful. An experienced Reiki Master, intuitive bodyworker and and energy healer, she has been been healing bodies and souls since 2017, and working with Survivor Wellness clients since 2019.

An insurance agent for 15+ years, Adrienne became interested in healing the body after her cancer diagnosis. She shifted gears and worked as a nutritionist and personal trainer until 2016, when she learned reiki in order to heal the spirit in addition to the body.

In addition to using the healing modality of Reiki in her sessions, Adrienne also works with the 7 chakras, the meridians and acupressure points on the body, with sound therapy with tuning forks, and with crystals, all to help move your energy and create an environment of health, wellness, and peace within the body. We "store our issues in our tissues", therefore, she believes sickness and disease come from energy becoming stagnant or stuck. Energy is meant to flow, like water, so Adrienne's goal is to recalibrate your body by moving stuck energy, to produce a feeling of greater aliveness and health.


Meg Hansen // Reiki Master, Level III

Meg offers Reiki sessions one Saturday per month. Contact our office to book.

A certified Reiki Master, Meg (she/her) also brings sound work, breathwork and reflexology to her clients. In the mortgage industry for 10 years, Meg moved into the Holistic Wellness field after having a profound change in her personal life. Several years ago, Meg went into liver failure. As she investigated the reason for her sudden decline in health, she was introduced to Adrienne Shulze, who offered Reiki to Survivor Wellness clients from 2018-2023. After dedicating her efforts to both healing with and learning from Adrienne, Meg is happy to say she has completely normal liver functions. Through this experience, Meg has become a devoted advocate of the beneficial effects of Reiki.

Meg grew up in Salt Lake City before moving to Portland, Oregon, to raise her two children. After 12 years in Oregon, she decided to move closer to her family and has been back home ever since. She loves Utah and its year-round outdoor activities.

Meg is truly honored to be able to donate time to the cancer survivor community at Survivor Wellness, and is excited to meet and work with you!

In addition to her volunteer days at Survivor Wellness, Meg also offers private, reduced-rate reiki sessions for Survivor Wellness clients at 57 House through her startup business, Balanced Soul Healing


Tami Harris, LMT, CLC // Licensed Massage Therapist

Tami offers 60-minute Massage Therapy Sessions on selected Saturdays each month. Contact our office to book.

Tami (she/her) is a Licensed Massage Therapist in the state of Utah and is certified in advanced sports and medical massage. She has also studied with and received her life coaching certification through the Life Purpose Institute in San Diego, CA.

Tami believes in the approach and theory that the mind, body, spirit, and emotions are all related and inter-connected to and with each other. When the mental and emotional mind are suffering from previous life experience or personal trauma, physical pain and dis-ease can manifest within the body. She believes that healing can take place by developing awareness of the mind-body connection and using modalities of massage, light touch therapy (including Cranial Sacral Therapy, acupressure, and Reiki) and life coaching (which allows external processing through conversation). Whether used alone or combined, they can release tension, discomfort, and even pain within body. Tami’s goal is to assist the client to become more body-centered and body-balanced, which she believes can facilitate healing and greater physical, emotional, and mental well-being.

In addition to her volunteer days at Survivor Wellness, Tami also offers private, reduced-rate massage therapy sessions for Survivor Wellness clients at 57 House through her startup business, Tami Harris Inspired Massage and Bodywork.


Holly Taylor, BSN, RN, HNB-BC // Craniosacral Therapist

Holly offers 60-minute Craniosacral Therapy sessions on selected Tuesdays each month. Contact our office to book.

As a Board Certified Holistic Nurse and Craniosacral Therapy practitioner, Holly combines her background in nursing with integrative tools to assist clients. Her Craniosacral Therapy sessions may also include Acupressure and Reiki. This approach includes the totality of a person's mind, body, emotion and spirit. In a world of extremes we are all striving for more balance and a greater sense of peace. Specifically, in our health care system, there is a gap between 'modern medicine' and 'holistic care'; while many people believe that you must choose one or another, holistic nursing care demonstrates that there is room for both and that they complement each other. Through embracing both, we can achieve balance in our approach to wellness. Holly enjoys hiking with her husband and dogs, and planning their next hiking adventure!

In addition to her volunteer days at Survivor Wellness, Holly also offers private, reduced-rate craniosacral therapy sessions for Survivor Wellness clients at 57 House. Contact us to find out how to book with her.


Colette Ruff //Licensed Oncology Esthetician

Colette offers 75-minute Deep Healing Skincare Treatment (Oncology Esthetics) sessions on selected Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Contact our office to book.

Colette (she/her) is a licensed esthetician specializing in oncology facials and oncology-specific skincare treatment. Nourishing the skin - the first layer of the body - during and after treatment for cancer can provide relief from side effects of treatment, and requires individualized care from a trained practitioner. Colette also focuses on nourishing the digestive system through attention to nutrition. She is trained in reflexology, Reiki and sound therapy, and recognizes that human touch is essential for healing.

An oncology facial (Deep Healing Skincare Treatment) with Colette includes deep skin hydration with hands-on treatment for the face, head, neck, hands, and arms, and may also include reflexology, Reiki, and sound therapy. She uses organic products that keep the skin hydrated, counteracting the drying effects of cancer treatment and environmental stress. Learn more about oncology esthetics here.

Colette is passionate about breast health, educating individuals on how to take care of theirs, as well as creating and selling handmade breast and body oils. She is also a Pranashakti dance instructor, using its dance-like movement to improve energy flow through the body. 

Colette grew up in Utah, and spent 25 years in Austin, TX raising her sons and sharpening her skills. She recently moved back to Salt Lake City, and is happy to be back in the mountains. She enjoys live music, dance, hiking, yoga, meditation and is an avid writer and gardener.

In addition to her volunteer days at Survivor Wellness, Colette also offers private, reduced-rate sessions for Survivor Wellness clients at 57 House. Contact us to find out how to book with her.



Oriah Knorr // Program Manager, Assistant Health Counselor, Mindfulness Facilitator

Oriah facilitates "Relax Your Mind", midweek, midday 30-minute virtual mindfulness practice.

Oriah (he/him) comes to Survivor Wellness from the University of Utah, where he is a graduate of the College of Social Work. His many years of experience in movement (rock climbing, yoga) and meditation brought him to teach the "Relax Your Mind" classes. Oriah also serves as the program manager for Survivor Wellness, and anticipates entering the MSW program at the University of Utah in 2023.



Carlos Justiniano // Qigong Instructor

Carlos (he/him) first encountered Qigong as a young teen in New York's Washington Square Park while waiting for his opponent to make his next move in a speed chess game. However, it wasn't for several decades later that Carlos began formally studying Qigong. Carlos grew up surrounded by both east and west schools of thought. His dad was a science and sci-fi buff, and his favorite uncle was a flower child in the 60s and a yoga and transcendental meditation practitioner. As well, his grandmother was a well-known psychic healer in the New York metropolitan area. Carlos is a 200-hr. certified Qigong instructor.
By profession, Carlos is a Senior Technology Executive at an NYSE-listed public fitness company. However, he likes to think that the energetic healing power of Qigong is what powers his tech career and what allows him to lead a global engineering team from "heart center." Learn more about Carlos here!
In addition to his volunteer Qigong classes at Survivor Wellness, Carlos also teaches at local mindfulness centers in Salt Lake City. Visit his website for more information!


Shelley Mehr // Wim Hof Breathing Instructor

Shelley leads workshops in the Wim Hof Method for Survivor Wellness clients and community members several times per year. Join our mailing list to hear about upcoming events and workshops.

As a somatic healer, Shelley guides you on a journey to an exquisite internal space where you balance out your central nervous system with fierce expansion and compassion in a way that is instant and complete. 

Shelley’s focus is to inspire and co-create with people who are ready for happiness, health and strength. When Shelley is supporting someone through their inner world of evolution and growth she is passionate about the true essence of each unique individual she comes into contact with. Shelley believes in consciously breathing, facing fear and using stress to balance out the internal systems in a way that trusts the body’s wisdom through feeling fully, letting go of what doesn’t serve and moving into an empowered state with whatever you are facing in life. Shelley has been a bodyworker for 11 years. Through her passion of studying the body, she received her certification as a Wim Hof Method instructor in 2018. She has led many people through conscious breathwork and ice baths to gain a better awareness of the mind-body connection. Learn more about Shelley here!



Acupuncture and Tai Chi Practitioners to be announced in 2022.


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