In Hebrew Shelemah means completely whole. It is related to the word Shalom bringing with it the idea of peace that comes with wholeness.

May the God of shalom make you completely whole — may your entire body, mind, and spirit be kept healthy until the coming of our Lord Jesus the Messiah.”

1 Thessalonians 5:23




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Leah Lesesne

(pronounced lay-uh like the princess and luh-sane)
lives in downtown Atlanta with her husband Tommy and their urban farm full of critters. Her passion is to help you be as healthy, whole, and close to Jesus as possible. After working for a few years as a professional counselor, she stepped away from the mental health field to pursue her first loves of inner healing prayer ministry and holistic health.



Training & Education

Master Certified Splankna Practitioner (CSP)

Trained in Sozo basic, advanced, and Shabar

HeartSync basic training

Elijah House School of Prayer Ministry Graduate

M.A. Professional Counseling, Liberty University

B.A. Sociology with Concentration in Family and Lifespan Development, Georgia State University