Loyola (Loey) Colebeck provides a gentle, trauma-informed and Daoist-infused approach to therapy, so support your healing process through its many possible shapes and forms. She is professionally accredited through SEDIBAC (Catalonia Society for the Study and Diffusion of Dr. Bach's Therapy) #402, and is the English translator of Pablo Noriega's book, Bach Flower Essences and Chinese Medicine. Loey is an approved PDA provider for NCCAOM, and has lectured at the fourth and sixth biennial SEDIBAC/SEFLOR Flower Essence Therapy conferences in Barcelona, Spain, in 2013 and 2017. She has taught classes at various institutions including Northwestern Health Sciences University, St. Catherine's University, and North Country Herbalist Guild.

Loey has studied clinical flower essence therapy and related coursework at ISMET (Superior Institute of Traditional Medicine), Anthemon Institute, SEDIBAC, and Aula Bach. Loey has trained in Constellations and IoPT in Spain and the U.S.. She has a long-standing jade egg practice, enriched by qigong master Kim Sierra Robinson of The Jade Door. Loey is an ordained minister of the Homeopathy Congress, is certified in Reiki, and received her Bachelor's degree in Spanish and fine art from the University of Wisconsin in 1996.

Loey's life-long passion and training in dance informed workshops she provided to women during nine years in Spain, working through topics related to sensuality, sexuality, trauma, loss, maternity, and feminine identity. She provided indoor and outdoor sessions on the forested grounds of her home, and collaborated with various groups around Spain, helping hundreds of women open the door to their own deep well of embodied wisdom. The "Spanish mountain years" was a period of deep enrichment, research and growth for which she is eternally grateful.

Currently in Minnesota, Loey enjoys art exhibits, cinema, good dance floors, gardening in community, theater, solo wilderness adventures, bike rides, fashion, and cozy time with friends and family.