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Rachel Vincitore, M.S.

Rachel Vincitore is a healer, yoga practitioner, licensed massage therapist, mother, and teacher. She is also an amateur artist creating sculpture with found objects and an abstract painter. While living in Germany in the early 2000s, Rachel showed her work at a number of university-sponsored art shows gaining her recognition as a talented abstract artist. Through many present-life incarnations and various curiosities, Rachel earned her license in massage therapy, gained a 200-hour yoga teacher certificate, as well as completed a Master of Science in Psychology with a concentration in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

From the outside looking in, this menagerie of skills, talents, experiences, and schools may look disjointed. Yet, with each rung of learning, Rachel began to see the universal and holistic approaches to life, relationships, and nature. These concepts are apparent in her teaching style. She treats each student as a unique individual and sees her class as a holistic, organic, living thing that needs to be nurtured and cared for. 

Rachel is not only the Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management Services for Atlantic University, but she also teaches Transpersonal Business for Atlantic University and is on the faculty at the world-renowned Cayce/Reilly School of Massage Therapy. Additionally, Rachel presents and lectures on holistic business, conscious consumerism, and business improvement, Rachel has taught for many years focusing on various transformational topics such as the ancient art of mandalas, meditation as a healing tool, holistic self-care, the healing of others through massage therapy, the foundational principles of yoga, business and ethics, and so many more. 

Also, as a student of the Edgar Cayce material and philosophy, Rachel has realized the benefits of a clear spiritual ideal, a dedicated meditation practice, an active and healthy lifestyle. Rachel is thankful to be a part of this work on a daily basis and its transformational process.

In her spare time, you can find Rachel searching for good local music, creating something abstract and artistically beautiful, making homemade pasta, or just laying around with the dog. Life is meant to be fun and filled with laughter, so take a deep breath and live it like the sun is always shining.

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  • (In Progress) Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, Liberty University 
  • Master of Science, Psychology with an emphasis in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Grand Canyon University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Humanities, University of Maryland University College
  • Associates of Arts and Science, Liberal Studies, Dutchess Community College
  • Yoga Teacher, Atma Bodha Yoga School
  • Massage Therapist, Advanced Fuller School of Massage