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Andrea Carvin


1468 N. High Point Rd. Suite 101

Middleton, WI 53562


Tel: (608) 836-0305


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Rehab Gym & Spa



When movement is involved from an injury or with a chronic health problem your whole life can be impacted.  There is a gap you want to bridge at these times to learn how to take care of yourself and get back to your “normal” life.  My training, passion and the mission of InnerSparks Rehab Gym and Spa is to empower, support and offer personalized care.  


Andrea Legatt Carvin, a Holistic Occupational Therapist, Neuromuscular Retrainer, Reiki Master and Coach has 30 + years experience in promoting health and well-being for all of her clients.  Andrea’s inspiration for the helping professions was seeded from her own family and first hand witnessing the challenges and successes that come from living with a life-changing chronic health condition.

Andrea received her Bachelor of Science Degree from the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center in 1983.  Her interest has been incorporating wellness as a part of the restorative healing process.  She is passionate about personal empowerment and the amazing capacity of holistic approaches in healing mind, body, and spirit.  Her interests have led her to train as a Yoga Instructor with Sonya Sumar, Yoga for the Special Needs Child,  as a Reiki Master Trainer from the Ushi Rohyo lineage,  Coach for Life Professional Life Coaching School,  Energetic Psychology with Dr. Jodi Prinzavelli and Neuromuscular Re-Training with Z-Health, Dr. Eric Cobb and much more.


In 2003, Andrea became the founder of InnerSparks, LLC which is now located in Middleton, Wisconsin offering many unique services to facilitate health and well-being.




We offer an array of wellness-focused recovery services to get you back to do the things you love to do. 



Free Workshop Tuesday December 17th, 2019 at 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm CST  

Balance Skills for Winter Play

Having fun in and out of doors is the easiest way to keep your body moving and healthy.


This month, the FREE balance class will include a complementary 10 min. movement safety assessment for anyone who is wondering if they need balance training and where to start.


We will also go over the types of programs you can do at home and when you would benefit from professional help. To top it off no training is complete without a little geek. I will continue to go over exercises from the 3 Pillars of Balance for those of you who are training for a specific sport like ice skating.


This is open to people from beginner to expert. Don't miss the fun. RSVP at the link below as space is limited.



I came here because my balance wasn’t good. I was running and falling a lot. I also had pain in my back. I had been through PT and they had me practicing standing on one foot which was good but, I couldn’t do it without holding onto something. 


Since I started the brain-based training exercises, I haven’t fallen once. I can stand on one foot.  I feel steadier and more confident. If I do start to lose my balance, I easily catch myself. When I have back pain, I know what to do to relieve it. The exercises are easy. I do them at work, in the car, at home. I love running it’s so relaxing. I am glad I found this way of exercising to keep my body moving well.

Peggy Spiewak, RN

October 24th, 2019

"I've had years of chiropractic and massage with only minimal relief, so I cannot believe how such a brief non-invasive procedure did wonders."

Sam Rock Cooper

August 31, 2017


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