About Christina Montano

Meet Healing Arts Therapist, Soup Maven & more

I am a healing arts therapist, soup maven, and advocate for healthy living. I am here to support, and guide you with creativity, intention, and love to be your most authentic self.  Manifesting the life you desire through the Four Pillars of Wellness. Clear, Heal, Nourish & Empower. 


Practicing bodywork since 1991, I have created a unique blend of modalities within my practice. Combining varied healing techniques, I have cultivated a relaxing therapy session which includes energy healing, chakra balancing, acupressure, as well as therapeutic massage. Check out my Bodywork Page.

I am an advocate of empowering women and families during the time of pre-conception, pregnancy, birth,  postpartum through to menopause. Women have the right to choose the way in which they give birth. I made a film; Birth of a Family, to empower women, and families, during the childbearing years. The film was created using footage from my four home births. An excellent film for the whole family.


True stories have always inspired me, so when I came across a great family story I turned it into a beautiful children’s book; The Yellow Coat.


I love to cook and make food for big groups of friends and family, believing that food is best when prepared with good intentions. With my blog and film series; Intentional Soup I teach people how to stir love into every pot of soup they make.


My partner Nielsen and I live on the coast of Maine. Together we started Heart Of The Storm, a local voyaging program designed to empower young people, as they explore science, art, and imagination. www.heartofthestorm.org 


If you have read this far you can see that I am passionate about many things including the moon, spending hours in the garden & bathing in the salty sea. Check out my website, buy a book, watch a soup show, a birth film, or come in for an energy healing or therapeutic massage session. I look forward to hearing from you, meeting you, and sharing the healing light.

"Hold onto the great image and the whole world will come to you." - Lao Tzu