​​Denise Grijalva

My journey started when I found a lump in my breast in 2008. It was about the size of a peach pit. It was a really scary time for me. I immediately made an appointment with my PCP and Gynecologist and they scheduled a mammogram and an ultrasound. Although tests were inconclusive, my physicians were bothered by the characteristics of the mass and sent me to see a surgeon. They all agreed that surgery to remove it was my best option. The surgery would be taking a big part of my breast. It was then that I began a search for alternative healing.

It was through the internet and a lot of books that I learned about Reiki, Meditation, Positive Thinking and Nutrition and I began healing myself. I was fascinated by everything I learned and felt a sense of knowing that this was real and would work. 

After 3 months of putting off the surgery, my surgeon became apprehensive and called me personally to say she would no longer  be my doctor. When I questioned why, she said, "I don't want to be responsible if you die, Denise." Ouch! When I heard those harsh words I felt as though I'd been punched in the stomach. Especially because she used my name. It made it so real for me. I have four beautiful daughters and I hadn't let myself think of what would happen to them if I died. I became fearful and made the appointment to talk to her about removing the mass. Once in the office and after measurements were taken, my surgeon realized that the mass was beginning to shrink.  She then agreed to wait and “watch” it. I’m happy to say that the lump was completely gone after 3 more months.

This experience caused me to take a deeper look at my life purpose. My sincere desire to help others sent me looking for training in Reiki and other holistic healing. I trained at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, where I became a Reiki Master/Teacher and Holistic Nutrition Specialist, and also learned the arts of Aromatherapy, Meditation, Crystal Healing, Aura Cleansing, Qigong, Chakra Balancing and Intuitive work. I am now enrolled with the Energetic Health Institute to get my certification as a Holistic Nutritionist.

I continue my journey, dedicated to bringing an outpouring of love, understanding and healing to those around me.

Healing Yew Wellness is dedicated to being of service to those who seek clearing and balancing of the body, mind, and spirit through healing in the Energetic Arts.
Healing Yew Wellness is a Reiki and Energetic Healing practice. We offer a variety of healing modalities such as Reiki, Crystal Healing, Aura Clearing, Chakra Balancing, Guided Meditation and Past Life Regression. Even energy healing for your pets. We also offer cleansing, clearing and energizing of your home or place of business. We aim to reach all aspects of your life by offering classes such as  meditation, self empowerment, wealth building and nutrition.


​healing Body Mind & Spirit through the energetic arts

The Yew Tree is an ancient tree species that has survived since before the Ice Age. It has been revered and used by humankind throughout the ages. The Yew is associated with renewal, rebirth,  transformation, regeneration, immortality and access to the otherworld and our ancestors.

We at Healing Yew Wellness believe that through the many modalities and services we offer, we can help you bring about renewal, rebirth and transformation in your life.

Healing Yew Wellness

Gilbert, AZ 85234

(480) 240-4679

​Healing Yew Wellness

Kathy Jancarole

is a very gifted spiritual intuitive and has been a practicing medium for the last 16 years. She is also adept in past life regressions. 

Kathy was born in Fort Campbell, Kentucky and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and West Covina, California until 1971 when her family moved to Phoenix, Arizona. 

Kathy is a Spiritual Healer, Medium and Past Life Regressionist who believes that Death is the beginning of a long and exciting journey HOME.

She has helped many people through her compassionate and caring work as a medium in communicating with those that have transcended the veil, and shown many that indeed, we do live on after our physical bodies die.

Kathy has received her B.A from Arizona State University in 1988.