The intuitive energy healer uses his deep fascination with all things soul and spiritual to help clients on wellness journeys live their best lives.
“I aim to bridge the gap between the intangible and the tangible to bring about a more aligned life,” says Todd Savvas (private sessions from $300 per hour), an energy healer who helps L.A.’s movers and shakers find balance in their hectic lives. Along with offering guidance and targeted advice, Savvas, who has been practicing for more than 16 years, is trained in energy work and healing. “My process and practice continue to evolve, which is something I love,” he says. “It feels as though I have a desire to consistently present something fresh. Clients seem to love this because I don’t simply offer the same process of ritual over and over.” Savvas has cleansed the energy of top restaurants and hot spots in L.A., New York and London, including Olivetta in West Hollywood, where he loves to indulge in a meal or take meetings. “My work lends a voice to the often unheard spirit within,” says Savvas, who winds down with private yoga classes with Kyle Lardner two to three times a month and massages at Ole Henriksen. “I give guidance that helps people understand what their soul and spirit need them to do.”
1. “One of the best, easiest things in the morning is freshly squeezed organic lemon juice with water. I never miss mine.”
2. “Part of total wellness is balance. To add some fun I head to my favorite spot, Olivetta, for client meetings in the bar or an amazing dinner.” West Hollywood, olivetta.la
3. “The first five minutes of my day is spent balancing my energy. I use my own specific movement and breathing exercises. This improves life by harmonizing the spirit and soul. The next part of my day is spent writing. This involves sensing the day’s energy and delivering free guidance on my Instagram profile, @toddsavvas.”
4. “All of this soul and spirit work creates a need to ground the body, so I try to get to the gym five to six times a week.”
Photography by: portrait by Ashley Barrett; lemon water photo by Melissa Walker/Unsplash; Olivetta photo by Tanveer Badal;
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