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Meg Poor

Meg Poor, owner of Gott’s Cove Healing, is a 10 year licensed massage therapist in New Hampshire, two time winner of a regional best award and has earned multiple 5 star ratings for her skills, her always positive outlook, and her extra care for her clients. She holds a degree in fitness from Springfield College and managed corporate fitness programs. She’s a caring mother of three and finds her own peace with her passion for helping others and miles of all seasons walking or paddling in Five Islands. Her life purpose: a healing marriage of mind, body, spirit.

Shannon Lawler

Shannon Lawler brings 13 years of nursing experience and a caregiver herself. She’s practiced in physical therapy, rehabilitation, long term care, alzheimers, handicap and special needs support, a mother of five. When asked why any of this? She will simply call herself a lover of love, a helper of healing.

We are never more than a belief away from our greatest love, deepest healing, and most profound miracles
– Gregg Braden


We are less than three hours from Boston, about one hour from Portland

GPS is good…127 south from Bath/US Route 1, bear left on School House Road, pass Sheepscot Bay Boatyard, left on North End Road, right onto Gott’s Cove Lane/Coveside Bed and Breakfast, then immediate left and slowly(!!) down a narrow drive all the way to end, past small cottage. You’ll see a sign. Park, cross the garden path to steps, take a breath and a short gaze across the cove, then down the steps to the entrance.

The Gotts Cove healing center is a slice of heaven on Earth. I love It there and highly recommend it!

Dr. Christiane NorthrupInternationally respected, bestselling writer and speaker known for her empowering approach to women’s health and wellness

Mahalo to Meg Poor for sharing infinite waves of love and Aloha Healing Energy around the world!

Sandra Rose MichaelEESYSTEM Inventor, Researcher, Professor, from Honolulu Hawaii