Healing Hands

Join us for chair massage and Zumba wellness sessions led by Healing Hands, a Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses alum, to energize your mind and body before the Annual Conference.

Anastasia Yecke Gude and Healing Hands

Anastasia Yecke Gude’s diverse upbringing in a military family led her to travel the world as a flight attendant after college. Settling in Miami in 2002, she transitioned from a successful corporate career to explore the mind-body connection through massage. Becoming a Licensed Massage Therapist in 2010, she founded Healing Hands Therapeutic Massage, offering chair massage services as well as operating a spa near Brickell Avenue. The WBENC-certified company (Women’s Business Enterprise National Council) supports various charities through B1G1 and, as a Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program graduate, boasts a close-knit team proud to be Miami’s top-rated massage company on Google.

Claudia Scala

Claudia Scala is an entrepreneur and real estate professional with more than 20 years of experience. She was born in the beautiful city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Since the age of 18, Claudia has traveled to numerous countries for work and pleasure. This has given her a unique understanding of people and culture, and has led to many lifelong friendships. Claudia was licensed as a Zumba Fitness instructor in 2008 and has been involved through the years as a volunteer with a variety of charities throughout the globe. She is happily married and enjoys the simple things life has to offer.


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