At Sacred Space NY we help New Yorker's unplug from the frenetic pace of the city and cultivate practices for inner peace. Our healers are a dedicated team who recognize the importance of integrating mind, body and spirit into the practice of everyday living. For the modern woman who embraces the power and beauty of spirit, Sacred Space NY practices enliven divine essence and inspire a way of living. For the male, our practices harmonize Yin/Yang balance and bring forth increased receptivity to one’s surroundings.
Shelley Lewis is an entrepreneur designing forward-thinking lifestyle businesses in publishing, wellness, and the arts with the mission to help people live well.
From her early twenties, when she published an award-winning children’s book, A Key To The Heart, receiving accolades from both the First Lady, Laura Bush, and Ms. JK Rowling to founding Sacred Space NY in 2014 as a means to help New Yorkers find their inner calm, Shelley has been on the forefront of designing creative lifestyle solutions.
She moved to New York from her native London to work in the contemporary art department at Christie’s and then went on to design residential interiors and direct new funding initiatives for a private foundation, both occupations for which she traveled the world over. Her entree into the healing and wellness industries came with her role as communications director for Personal Best, a foremost anti-aging clinic where she integrated her practice as a positive psychology coach.
Blending her life experiences and successes in guiding high performance individuals, she created Sacred Space NY, a bespoke lifestyle service offering inner guidance practices and body work techniques to help clients release stress and live more authentic and heart centered lives.
Shelley holds a Master of Arts (MA) from the University of Glasgow and is a graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism. She writes on Spirituality and Living for the Huffington Post and online beauty publication beautyandwellbeing.com. Passionate about travel, culture, and humanity, she splits her time between New York and London.