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About Us

Wellness Assembly serves the best care and wellness experience to you and your employees. We simplify the process of developing, implementing, and managing various aspects of wellness events and mindfulness programs. Our mission is to bring forth the true potential within people and organizations by applying the proven techniques and tools of science and tradition.

Vahid Coskun

The Founder

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Vahid is a Lifestyle Coach and Mindfulness Therapist with a Master of Science degree from the Maryland University of Integrative Health. He has served as a teacher, coach and mentor over 10 years, giving lectures, seminars, classes and private consultations in Europe, Asia and now Northern America. His service is to solve intrinsic human problems by utilizing instinctual human qualities. 

He brings beauty, meaning and a sense of connectedness to a higher purpose into the places he visits, and spending time with him people get a chance to unearth and embody their own unique gifts. 


He is the author of Lurking in the Parking Lot: Teachings of a Delusional Monk;

which is a fictional short-story book, that aims to challenge the boundaries of the mind and open the pathways of the heart.

He developed ‘The One and Only Path’ technique for practical application of mindfulness. This special technique is a combination of science and spiritual experiences through which one has the opportunity to move through the hardships of life with clear guidance and greater confidence.

Core Team Members

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Hilal Carter

Physical Therapist (PhD, DPT, CMTPT/DN, Cert. MDT)

Hilal is a Doctor of Physical Therapy with his continuing interest and education in improving physical function and wellness in human lives. 

He completed his studies with honors, and is certified in multiple modalities including Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, dry needling, and pain science education in the treatment of acute and chronic disease management. He has been serving in multiple different settings for over 6 years. He is interested in injury prevention planning, education of self-management strategies and incorporation of the holistic medical and allied health teams to achieve optimal outcomes. 

He believes that an informed and educated guidance, and involvement in preventive exercises is essential to return and maintain physical function to an optimal degree and to avoid acute and chronic pain conditions.

Fatimah Darab

Massage Therapist

Fatimah was born and raised in Virginia and discovered yoga in 2014. She became a certified yoga teacher in 2015, which became a catalyst for some of the biggest changes in her life. Discovering yoga helped Fatimah find ways to grow physically and develop self reflection skills that ultimately led her to become a massage therapist. She strongly believes that massage therapy benefits can improve muscular flexibility, mobility, and motility. Massage can increase the quality of life for those struggling with movement issues. On top of being beneficial for the physical body, massage can calm the nervous system and in turn, reduce stress and anxiety of the mind. She says when the needs of the individuals are addressed as a whole, the benefits exceed one's expectations.

Fatimah is trained in Swedish relaxation massage, trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage, reflexology, sports massage, myofascial release, and other massage modalities. Her primary focus is on Swedish relaxation massage which relieves stress, physical and emotional tensions in the body.

Fatimah aims to help her clients become the most happy and confident version of themselves through positive interaction and connection.

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“The main business case for meditation is that if you are fully present on the job, you will be more effective as a leader, you will make better decisions and you will work better with other people.”

Bill George, Harvard Business School, former CEO of Medtronic

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Washington D.C., New York City & Los Angeles

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