© 2020 Balance Within. Sara Millet, LMT



Therapeutic Bodywork by Sara Millet, LMT

I am going to be very honest about who I am and share with you the experiences that lead me to holistic and spiritual care.


My battle with depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and insomnia lead me to find alternative ways to help myself because I was desperate for a change. At times, I suffered so badly I thought I was going to die unless I made some major shifts (like moving homes and quitting my job.) I was trying to escape.

When I was a young girl around the age of 5, I started seeing and smelling spirits in my bedroom and it terrified me. I was told it wasn't real and to stop making up stories. Little did I know just how highly intuitive and psychic I was.


I have always been drawn to alternative methods of health care such as massage therapy, chiropractic care, homeopathic medicine, crystal therapy, sound therapy, herbal remedies, oracle cards, and meditation to support my own physical, emotional, spiritual, and mental health. 

I have been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2003, upon graduating from Ohio College of Massotherapy. I am certified in MediCupping™ Therapy and attained the Second Degree in the Usui Shiki Roho Reiki method of Natural Healing in the traditional lineage of Usui, Hayashi, Takata, Gray, Rosenthal, and Sands.


With a natural soul ability to be present in lower vibrational realities (those that may cause imbalances in your energy field like fear and competition on earth), I can shift these vibrations to allow higher dimensional awareness into the present moment for healing. Quite often, I am able to channel the angelic realm and my spirit guides to help connect to the higher selves of my clients. 

Through thoughtful listening and intuition, I am able to focus on both physical and energetic issues, creating an opportunity for soothing relaxation, and deep healing. Each client and every issue presented is treated with compassion, respect, and dignity.

“Where there's stagnation, there will be pain. Remove the stagnation and you remove the pain.”

- Old Chinese Maxim