About

Johnetta Miner, NP

My name is Johnetta Miner, PhD, NP, CEO and President of Lifestyle Wellness Enterprise and co-author of the book, Health Care in the Black Community. With years of experience first as a registered nurse, then women’s primary care nurse practitioner and public health consultant, I founded Lifestyle Wellness Enterprise with the objective of promoting public health and advocating preventative health care for mature women in an integrative manner, by combining traditional  and eastern medicine and lifestyle wellness and wellness business coaching.

The mis­sion of Lifestyle Well­ness Enter­prise is to:

1)     Assist pro­fes­sional and busi­ness women in cre­at­ing their best authen­tic lifestyle and improve their health and qual­ity of life

2)     Part­ner with holis­tic & integrative well­ness prac­ti­tion­ers, clinicians and well­ness busi­ness own­ers to grow or start their well­ness busi­ness and max­i­mize their per­sonal and finan­cial rewards

As a skilled and experienced lifestyle wellness coach, my principal purpose is to educate business women  to enable them to live an authentic lifestyle and successfully move toward obtaining their optimal health level. I believe in connecting with my clients through one-on-one personalized services and developing and maintaining an interpersonal connection. As people we want our voices to be heard – as your coach, I want to listen to your voice and guide you to do the same.

My extensive background and practice of integrative health modalities, directs this preferred healing method of treating causes rather than symptoms, considering all factors of mind, body, spirit and the environment.

Some of my practiced areas of treatment include:

  • Jin Shin Jyutsu – an ancient form of energy therapy used to eliminate stress, create emotional equilibrium, relieve pain and alleviate acute or chronic conditions.
  • Aromatherapy – uses the senses of smell and touch through use of 100% essential oils and gentle massage.
  • Reflexology – a practice in which pressure is applied to points on the foot or sometimes the hand to promote relaxation and healing in other parts of the body.
  • Acupuncture – stimulation of anatomical points on the ear with needling technique.
  • Qi Gong – a component of traditional Chinese medicine that combines movement, meditation, and controlled breathing to improve blood flow, strength and relaxation.
  • Reiki-Usui – an ancient, non-invasive,  energy treatment method used to reduce stress and create a sense of balance. It helps relieve pain and tension in the body. Reiki treatments are provided locally and non-locally.

People hire me for per­son­al­ized life coach­ing and sup­port dur­ing the process of attain­ing their well­ness goals in life, busi­ness and within their fam­ily. I can be con­sulted for pre­sen­ta­tions and speak­ing engage­ments regard­ing health, well­ness and lifestyle choices, and I also present work­shops on aro­mather­apy, heal­ing touch Jin Shin Jyutsu self-care and, Reiki instruction and self-care.

I reside in won­der­ful New York, where I have facil­i­tated  monthly gath­er­ings for women to sup­port one another, share life expe­ri­ences, net­work, and learn new health infor­ma­tion.

My extensive global travels and interactions have sharpened my intercultural communication skills and given me a unique understanding of various cultures and communities. I am passionate about championing the health, well­ness, and vital­ity of mature women everywhere, and build­ing long-lasting rela­tion­ships with my clients to help them achieve their well­ness and life goals is also my goal.

Women are powerful and influential beings. Health and wellness in us can help shape and change the health and wellness of a nation, and beyond. Coaching is utilized for individuals to create wellness lifestyles before and beyond retirement. Wellness is a choice you can choose in your life. It is not a destination but, rather, a journey. Join the journey – make a difference; feel the difference; be the difference.

To read more about my coach­ing prac­tice, click here.

Johnetta Miner, PhD, NP,  BCC, MPH, MSN, AHN-BC

  • PhD – Metaphysical Humanistic Science, Holistic Healing, Florida
  • MPH – Mas­ters of Pub­lic Health, Colum­bia Uni­ver­sity, New York, NY
  • MSN – Mas­ters of Sci­ence in Nurs­ing, SUNY-Brooklyn, NY
  • NP – Women’s Pri­mary Care Nurse Prac­ti­tioner, SUNY-Brooklyn, NY
  • BA – Bach­e­lor of Arts, Mary­mount Col­lege, New York, NY
  • RN – Reg­is­tered Nurse, Mil­wau­kee School of Nurs­ing, Mil­wau­kee, Wisconsin
  • Botan­i­cal Med­i­cine in Clin­i­cal Prac­tice, Colum­bia Uni­ver­sity, New York, NY
  • Aro­mather­apy and Herbal Med­i­cine, New York, NY
  • Jin Shin Jyutsu Prac­ti­tioner and Self Help Instruc­tor, Scotts­dale, Arizona
  • Auric­u­lar Acupuncturist, New York, NY
  • AHN-BC – Advanced Holistic Nurse, Board Certified
  • BCC – Board Certified Coach
  • RMT – Reiki Master & Teacher, Usui Method

Reviewer for The American Holistic Nurses Certification Corporation

Editorial Advisory Board Member – Nurse Practitioner Perspective Journal

Member and Past Executive Board Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., NYAC

Professional Memberships

  • American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA)
  • American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
  • The Nurse Practitioner Association New York State (NPA)
  • International Coach Federation (ICF)

Publications and Media

  • Participant Reviewer in Holistic Nursing Role Delineation Study(RDS)
  • Co-author, Health Care in the Black Community
    Editors: Sadye L. Logan and Edith M. Freeman
    Chapter:10-J. Miner-Black Women and HIV/AIDS: Culturally Sensitive Family Health Care
  • Aids Patient Care Journal. Vol. 9, No.1
    Incorporating the Betty Neuman Systems Model into HIV Clinical Practice
  • Founder and editor of printed newsletter, Women’s Well­ness Report
  • Queens Pub­lic Tele­vi­sion, panelist
  • Spotlighted in the following:
    • The New York Heal­ing Prac­ti­tion­ers Network’s Heal­ing Jour­nal Newslet­ter
    • The Westch­ester Jour­nal News
    • The New York Times
    • The Mil­wau­kee Journal-Sentinel