Waverly Evans is a holistic health practitioner in the areas of massage, yoga, aromatherapy and personal coaching and is the founder of Tesla Light Systems which offers the Tesla Energy Lights™. She is also the author of the new book, "Healing Lupus: Steps in a Personal Journey."
 

Waverly is a holistic health practitioner in the areas of massage, yoga, aromatherapy and personal coaching and is the founder of Tesla Light Systems which offers the Tesla Energy Lights™.

She has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 1987. Waverly received her 300-hour training at Austin School of Massage Therapy in Austin, Texas. She provides a healing touch and caring manner from giving over 10,000 massages during her career.

Waverly has been a Registered Yoga Instructor since 2006 but began her practice of yoga in 1978. She received her 200-hour training at Yoga West in Katy, Texas. She teaches yoga classes in Houston, Texas and belongs to the Yoga Teachers Association of Houston and the Yoga Alliance.

Waverly has been a Personal Coach since 2005. She is self-trained as a coach and draws from her experience as a co-counselor beginning in 1978 with the Re-Evaluation Counseling communities in Houston and Austin and with Loving Well Institute in Houston.

She is also the author of the new book, "Healing Lupus: Steps in a Personal Journey," a personal memoir and self-help book on how she healed herself of lupus in 1978 (available at www.HealingLupusBook.com).

Waverly has facilitated personal growth groups and designed activities for a New Year's Women's retreat, a Women's Transformational Playgroup, a women's dance group called WomenSpiritDance, and a Spiritual Growth Group at First Unitarian Church. She has also been a Poet in Residence for Young Audiences of Houston, teaching middle school students how to write poetry.

Waverly has volunteered as a dance instructor for special needs children at the River Performing & Visual Arts Center; as a swim instructor for the YMCA with a multiple-handicapped adult; as a phone counselor for the Austin Rape Crisis Center; as a slides documenter at the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center; as a construction worker on a mission trip to a flood damaged area in Minnesota; as a day care worker at Unity Church in Houston; and as a Unity church volunteer at George R. Brown Convention Center with Katrina evacuees.

Waverly has also worked as an Extras Casting Director and Production Coordinator in the film and television industry. Her credits include: Terms of Endearment; Houston: The Legend of Texas; Bill: On His Own; Adam; A Tiger’s Tale; The Outing; and a cable series, Jimmy Dean’s Country Beat. She also co-produced half-hour broadcast pilot, The Time of Her Life, on Texas women over 80 for KUHT-TV, Channel 8, in Houston.

Waverly received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Social Welfare Studies from the University of Texas at Austin in 1976.

Currently, Waverly resides in Houston, Texas with her sweetheart, Bill Workman.