Our Practitioners

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Joey Blake, RD

Joey Blake is an accomplished professional in the field of Nutrition Science and Product Development, currently serving as the Vice President at OIAM in Nashville, Tennessee since June 2023. In this role, Joey is responsible for spearheading new product development, evaluating existing products, and leading innovative formulation strategies. His expertise also extends to client outreach and customer service, enhancing the company's market reach and customer engagement.

Prior to his current position, Joey had a distinguished tenure with the Los Angeles Rams, where he worked as the Director of Performance Nutrition & Wellness from June 2021 to May 2023, and as the Head Team Dietitian from March 2017 to June 2021. During his time with the Rams, he managed all aspects of team nutrition, including meal planning, nutritional recovery, and hydration strategies. He also played a critical role in the evaluation of sports science data to optimize athlete recovery and performance.

Additionally, Joey has contributed to the field through his role as an instructor with The Skills in the Los Angeles area from November 2021 to April 2023. He also served as the Director of Football Nutrition at the University of South Carolina from December 2013 to March 2017, where he developed comprehensive nutritional programs for football athletes.

Joey began his career in sports nutrition with internships at the University of Tennessee and the University of Virginia, and a Dietetic Internship at Western Carolina University. His foundational roles involved assisting sports dietitians, conducting body composition assessments, and developing educational and nutritional materials.

Joey holds a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition/Dietetics from Western Carolina University. His diverse skill set includes product development, creativity and innovation, customer service, and project management. Joey’s career is marked by a commitment to enhancing athlete performance and health through targeted nutritional strategies.


Kathleen Scala, AP DOM

Kathleen Scala, AP DOM is an NCCAOM FL Board Certified Acupuncture Physician and Doctor of Oriental Medicine. She graduated with honors from East West College of Natural Medicine in Sarasota, FL and received NCCAOM diplomas for both acupuncture and Chinese Herbology. Through her acupuncture and herbal training she also became skilled in nutrition and homeopathy. While a medical student Kathleen managed the herbal clinic at East West College. She brings extensive supplement knowledge from over twenty-four years in the natural health and wellness industry, where she also ran the leading supplement and HBA departments of Earth Origins Market in Sarasota, a subsidiary of United Natural Foods.

Her professional path arose when childhood struggles with digestive issues prompted her father to bring her to their tiny local Long Island, NY health food store. Shortly thereafter she cultivated a voracious and steady acumen for all things natural and embarked first upon renewing her own health. With sincere dedication and heartfelt care, Kathleen helps individuals to discover the myriad possibilities that exist when we are empowered by our body’s natural ability to heal itself. A lifelong vegetarian, completely plant-based for over a decade, and a distance athlete, Kathleen is an avid runner who regularly competes in half marathons. She completed her first full marathon in February, 2019, placing 2nd in her age group. When she is not working, running or reading, Kathleen enjoys time outdoors and frequenting vegan restaurants with her best friend and devoted husband and champion, David.


Lori Bray-Levinsohn, CHHC

Lori Bray-Levinsohn was born and raised in a large family in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Her family had the tradition of all sitting down for dinner together each night, and the meal usually consisted mostly of the typical Midwest diet of meat and potatoes — and, being in Sheboygan County, a lot of hamburger and brat cookouts with fresh corn on the cob from local farmers on summer weekends. She hopes to see that tradition of the family dinner return to homes everywhere. They also lived in a house right on Elkhart Lake, which kept them busy with a lot of outdoor and lake activities.

She moved to the Chicago area and worked as a Flight Attendant for 20 years. Lori stopped flying when she got pregnant with her son at 44 years young. She struggled with earlier pregnancies and miscarriages before having a healthy baby. Due to this, Lori became a stay-at-home mom, content to spend as much time with him as possible. As her son was getting into his double digits, she decided she wanted to do more to help and inspire herself and others.

Lori decided to become a Certified Holistic Health Coach and received her Certificate from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN). Through her struggles with pregnancies, she got inspired to help other women navigate their journeys to become healthier and happier and to become parents, as well as guide them in making better choices for themselves and their children’s health. Being an older mom has also made her realize the importance of staying healthy for your family, and she also has a quest to keep kids healthy and centered with all that kids face in today’s world.

At IIN, she studied dietary theories, contemporary health issues and topics, and Eastern and Western nutrition with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts. While recognizing each client's bio-individuality, Lori works with people, helping them discover their primary & secondary nutrition choices as they create a healthier lifestyle.

Lori loves getting out and doing activities with her family, especially watching car racing at Road America. She has taken up paddle boarding as a hobby and loves to get out on Elkhart Lake and Lake Michigan whenever she can.