Meet the Verve Wellness Team

Dr. Aidan Kinsella

The story of how I came to do this work starts with a bang. Really. At 14, I was in a bad car accident and started network care to alleviate neck pain from the crash. It helped me so dramatically I was soon back to full mobility. Then I convinced my father to go. After being in care for a short time, he was able to quit smoking, start exercising, and lead a healthier lifestyle. Our dramatic, life-enhancing results inspired me to become a network care practitioner myself.

I graduated from Life Chiropractic College West, and have completed extensive postgraduate study in Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) and Somato-Respiratory Integration (SRI) with Dr. Donald Epstein, the developer of this innovative work. I continue to study with Dr. Epstein and others via professional seminars, 1-on-1 intensives, and group workshops.

My role with clients is to help them see their blind spots, and to help them develop the ability to be more adaptable on their own. In other words, they are better able to respond to what life asks of them; or, to navigate life’s changes more effectively. What happens on the table is pretty amazing, but my clients are able to take what they learn there and apply it themselves.

What I cherish most about this is connecting people to who they are, teaching them that they can rely on their bodies for growth, and that it’s a resource that’s always with them. I help them understand they are so much larger than their circumstance, and to realize they can live life from that new place of understanding.

In short, I help you turn physical pain into life transformation. What needs your attention so that you can create forward motion in your life? Let’s find out.

Dr. Peg Capers

I was born with a natural appreciation for the spark and uniqueness that dwells in each person, and a joy for nature’s ability to outsmart and surprise us at any time. At my core, I encourage people to value their own humanity and that of others through compassion, understanding and action.

I have always been fascinated by the connections between and within people – communication, language and expression have been my greatest passions. Case in point: I worked for over 15 years as a sign language interpreter, bridging cultures and making connections.

That experience furthered my desire for people to understand themselves better as a way to relate to others with greater authenticity and caring. Also, as a witness to the pain that emerges with a lack of communication or miscommunication, I realized the same happens with people and their well-being. I saw how people often misunderstand their bodies’ wisdom or have no meaning for what is going on physically. Pain can tell us about not just our bodies, but also our lives. When pain changes from a random and disturbing thing we focus on getting rid of, to a signal for change and a lens of meaning – then many doors open for individuals, families, and communities.

I help people change the patterns of the body and brain to improve and sustain better lives. I do this by moving them from a neurologically wired response of survival and separation to one of thriving and connection. I also am privileged to work with people who have significant life challenges, helping them to experience new possibilities from a physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual standpoint. I am dedicated to personal evolution and sustainable growth.
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