With a licensed acupuncturist on-site, we offer only the best in unique holistic therapy and alternative medicine. For those who believe there’s more to healing than taking prescribed dosages, Red Oak Recovery’s holistic team adheres to your preferences. While valuing internal harmony, compassionate care, and the connection between the mind, body, and spirit, you’ll receive well-rounded, comprehensive addiction treatment care.

Nancy Jurek

Yoga, Mindfulness, and Relaxation Teacher

Nancy has been teaching Yoga at Red Oak Recovery since 2015.  She is certified as a Hatha Yoga teacher, Yoga of Recovery Counselor, and a professional Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor. Specializing in supporting people in their recovery process, Nancy incorporates a wide variety of holistic practices including Hatha Yoga, meditation, deep relaxation, visualization, and mindfulness. She has a Masters degree in English Literature, which is where her passion for teaching, Yoga philosophy, and spirituality began. She is also a trained chef who studied culinary arts in Italy where she lived for four years. She has owned a farm-to-table restaurant and catering business, and continues to work in the world of diet and nutrition as an Ayurvedic Counselor. Her focus is on igniting curiosity and guiding others toward the attainment of deep and lasting peace, vitality, and harmony with Nature. Yoga and Ayurveda are paths that can help us all be resilient and thrive amidst life’s ups, downs, and obstacles.

Kathie Miller, MS, L.Ac.

Licensed Acupuncturist

Kathie holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan and earned her Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, CA. Currently in private practice in Asheville, Kathie is board certified by the National Commission for Certification in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine since 2000 and holds licensure in North Carolina by the Acupuncture Licensing Board since 2007.

Numerous studies have demonstrated the efficacy of acupuncture in assisting the recovery process. Specifically, research shows acupuncture’s ability to decrease anxiety, stress and insomnia and reduce cravings during the withdrawal process.  Kathie’s treatments focus on improving the body /mind/ spirit connection within an individual, and she is passionate about assisting clients in their deepest discovery of compassion and harmony within themselves and expanding that to others and the environment around them.

Kathie has been living with her family in West Asheville for the past 15 years, raising two amazing sons, mountain biking the local trails, sitting on mountaintops, and taking in the natural and cultural beauty of Asheville.