Life Coaching

Shannon is a certified Integral Coach focused on helping people create change in their lives by integrating their minds, hearts and bodies through individually tailored programs.

Service to her fellow human beings is what makes Shannon’s spirit come alive. She has taught, served her community in various capacities and recently completed a vigorous training program to become a certified Integral Coach through New Ventures West. She believes it is her life’s calling to help others live in a manner in which they feel most alive and connected with their humanity.

Why consider working with an Integral Coach?

If you feel stuck in your life, want to discover more purpose and meaning, or simply wish to embody the best version of yourself, Integral Coaches can help. Integral Coaches aim to understand their clients with great depth and scope, converse with them in a way that opens up insights and possibilities, and offer a path forward that includes a program custom-designed for them.

How long is the coaching process?

An average coaching commitment is 10-12 sessions over a 12-24 week period and includes assignments and practices.

What happens between coaching sessions?

You work on your assignments and practices. The coach supports you through frequent interactions to remain on track, answer your questions and ensure you are moving forward with your coaching program.

For more information, including pricing, please contact Shannon Haddaway at

Holistic Nutrition

Julie Craine aims to employ a comprehensive approach to holistic nutrition advisory, including working with her clients to optimize their diets for their specific needs and considerations, culinary education, lifestyle modifications and physical fitness regimens.

Resulting from her own personal journey from illness to wellness, as well as her training and vast experience helping other willing individuals, Julie has made it her life’s mission to aid and empower others in developing healthy lifestyles. At age 20, while attending nursing school at TCU, Julie was diagnosed with discoid lupus. The medications she was treated with made her feel even worse, so Julie developed the necessary knowledge and skills to take charge of her own health, including transitioning from pharmaceutical medications to a holistically-based protocol. She remained in remission for ten years by leading a healthy lifestyle.

After a 10-year stint in remission, Julie’s lupus resurfaced after the birth of her daughter in 2009. Julie was also diagnosed with fibromyalgia, adrenal fatigue, hypothyroidism and hormone imbalances. Additionally, Julie’s daughter struggled with severe gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Julie found herself exploring a whole world of food allergies and intolerances to treat her daughter, as well as autoimmune, hormone, thyroid and adrenal remedies for herself. Once again, Julie was determined to treat herself, and now her daughter, naturally. Today, Julie and her daughter are living in wellness and thriving based on their holistic lifestyles.

Julie is also currently completing her integrative nutrition certificate with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.


Starting with optimal nutrition, Julie will serve as a mentor and coach to help clients achieve their wellness goals by addressing the multiple, interconnected facets of a healthy lifestyle, which include one’s diet and relationship with food, exercise, spirituality, career and interpersonal relationships. Working in close collaboration with her clients, Julie aspires to guide them to feel more empowered, healthier and happier in all areas of their life.


On average, a counseling commitment lasts six months and includes two meetings per month. Among other items, sessions will cover wellness and nutrition education and coaching, health-related goal setting and maintenance, a detailed review and assessment of your existing diet, a grocery store visit, a “pantry makeover”, cooking and baking best practices, and an analysis of your physical fitness regimen (including how yoga can be most optimally incorporated).

For more information and/or to schedule an appointment, please contact Julie Craine at


SoulSpace Yoga Community has two Clearlight Far Infrared Saunas available for use.


Infrared rays are one of the types of light that our powerful sun provides. Among other benefits, infrared rays permeate the skin deeply, dissolve harmful substances accumulated in the body, vitalize cells and boost metabolism.

“Far” infrared — widely considered the most beneficial type of infrared — is the warm energy in humans, animals and plants that is also emitted from sunlight. The intensity of far infrared produced by the human body constantly fluctuates. When the intensity is high, we feel healthy and are able to overcome ailments. When the far infrared begins to decline, we are subject to disease and illness, and tend to age more quickly. When far-infrared waves are applied to water molecules, which comprise 70 percent of our body, these molecules begin to vibrate. This vibration aids in the eventual breakdown of the water molecules, causing encapsulated gases and other potentially toxic materials to be released. Far infrared waves soak into the body for a deep heating action that allows the body’s sweat glands to activate. Sweat glands are one of the main avenues of elimination through the largest organ of the body, our skin.

As with any health-related program, please consult your medical doctor to learn if far infrared is an appropriate healing tool for you.