Oak Meadows Healing Center

"I'm focusing on healing lives and teaching people that they can heal - giving them tools to heal."Iyanla Vanzant

Kristine Keele became interested in natural healing after suffering debilitating symptoms related to severe childhood trauma, such as depression, bulimia,  fibromyalgia, endometriosis, dissociation, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  A proponent of holistic healing and intervention, rather than using drugs to mask the symptoms, Kristine entered a path of healing which included becoming a natural birth doula, a Reiki Master, a Shiatsu Massage Therapist,* an herbalist, and training in the clinical and therapeutic application of essential oils.

Eventually Kristine’s health journey led her to work with Dr. G. Hugh Allred, a licensed therapist specializing in trauma recovery.  Dr. Allred not only helped her heal from her traumatic abuse, but he trained and prepared her to work alongside him.

Kristine received her certification as a hypnotherapist in 2003. After establishing her private practice Haven For Healing in Payson, Utah, she began to work with Dr. Allred at  Oak Springs in Provo, where he consulted with, and regularly referred patients to her.

Kristine holds a Bachelors of Art degree from Brigham Young University. She is married to Steve Keele. Together they have six children and over a dozen grandchildren.  Her hobbies include reading, writing, art, nature, hiking, camping, and traveling.

Professional memberships:
Member of the National Guild of Hypnotists.
Member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation,

*Shiatsu in Japanese means “finger pressure”. It is based on the concepts of “qi”, “Meridian Lines” and the system of "five phases" (five-element theory) in Traditional Chinese Medicine Unlike acupuncture and acupressure not only individual points are stimulated on the body, but the whole body is often stimulated, along the connecting "meridians", using finger and palm pressure, stretches, and other massage techniques.