Practitioners

At the Infinite Light Center, we believe in a collaborative approach to wellness; one in which the client and practitioner work closely together with the goal of health at all levels (physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual). Our highly trained practitioners are offer a variety of safe, non-invasive, proven therapies, designed to meet the unique needs of each individual. You’ll discover that the services we offer are more than just a relaxing, spa experience. Infinite Light Center provides a sanctuary for wellness, with services that inspire and empower you to live your best life. Learn more about each wellness practitioner below.

Mary Riposo, PhD, LMHC, RMT

Mary is the co-owner of the Infinite Light Center for Yoga & Wellness, where she holds the title of Wellness Director. She has over 25 years of experience in complementary and alternative therapy and has studied with some of the country’s foremost leaders in the fields of Energy Healing, Intuition, and Past Life Therapy. Mary is a Reiki Master/Teacher in both the Japanese and Western (Takata) lineages. She is an Usui & Karuna Holy Fire II Reiki Master Teacher, and holds the prestigious title of Gendai Reiki Shihan. Mary is also the founder of Integrated Energy Healing™, an energetic healing modality that combines the best of a variety of subtle energy methods to accelerate the healing process.

Mary is passionate about assisting her clients in discovering who they are at Soul level and what they’re meant to do with their life. Through her Life Map ™ sessions, Mary can assist you in seeing the bigger picture of your life. Read More…

Sarah Carr, LMT

Sarah Carr, LMT is a 2004 graduate of the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in Syracuse, New York. In addition, she holds an Associates of Science from Champlain College in Vermont and a Bachelors of Arts from LeMoyne College. She has successfully run an independent massage practice since receiving her licensure in 2005. In addition to working at Infinite Light Center, Sarah has worked as the on-site Massage Therapist at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center including various off-site locations and other businesses throughout the Central New York area. Her massage therapy practice focuses on combining Swedish massage with deep tissue techniques, myofascial release, trigger point therapy and intuition to ease physical ailments. Sarah has an interest and affinity toward energy practices and has received training in Reiki and CranioSacral Therapy. Read more…

Tracey Fontanella, LMT

I am a New York State Licensed Massage Therapist with over 1000 hours of training at the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in Syracuse. I am an independent contractor happily practicing at Infinite Light Center for Yoga and Wellness.

I am an advocate of preventative health and feel strongly about the importance of taking time out for ourselves and feeding our spirit. I trust in the body’s capacity to heal itself, and that there is an energy within us that when free of obstructions keeps us healthy. Taking part in regularly scheduled self-care such as Massage can play a huge part in our overall health and how youthful we’ll remain with each passing year. Budgeting time and money for Massage Therapy is truly an investment in our well being. Read more…

Joshua Reyes, LMT

Joshua Reyes is an LMT and graduate of the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in Syracuse who will primarily be practicing Traditional Thai Massage at Infinite Light Center. Joshua received his training for Thai Massage in beautiful Costa Rica from Vicki Ramsdell, working with the LMT Success Group. He has been employed by the Skana Resort Spa at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino since 2013, and has also worked at various spas and gyms in the Syracuse area before coming to Infinite Light Center.

Joshua believes in massage for the longevity and optimization of vitality in life. He feels massage should be thought of not only for relaxation, prevention, recovery, or energetic healing, but for all of these. Joshua believes everyone has different needs and comfort levels, and there is a massage technique of all of those. Read more…

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