Life goals coach Penny Reynolds Boyce joins Quakertown Wellness

June 13, 2018

Quakertown Wellness Center announced that wellness and life goals coach Penny Reynolds Boyce has joined its the clinical team. Boyce has been coaching her clients to successful outcomes for more than 12 years, and she is also a level II Reiki practitioner.

Boyce has a master of social work degree from the University of Maryland and a certificate in executive coaching from the Georgetown University School of Continuing and Professional Education. She is a certified Wellcoaches coach. She is currently working toward achieving board certification from the International Consortium for Health and Wellness Coaches, which has established core competencies for health and wellness coaches in partnership with the National Board of Medical Examiners. Boyce received her level II Reiki certification from Lewes-based Reiki Master Athena Allread. 

Coaching is a respected modality for helping people achieve higher levels of well-being and performance in life and work. Coaches believe that the client is a whole and resourceful person, and honor the client as the expert in his or her life. Health and wellness coaches address the whole person, from what it means to thrive mentally and physically, to learning how to manage stress and mitigate the damage it does to people’s bodies. Executive coaching is beneficial for executive and staff development, and creating team-centered workplaces.

Boyce is excited about joining the QWC team; she looks forward to working with clients and collaborating with colleagues to improve community health and wellness.

Oliver Wendell Holmes, an 18th century poet and physician, said, “A mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.” This is the intention and goal of coaching: to challenge one’s beliefs about oneself, and create new neural pathways, which in turn create new and positive beliefs about one’s ability to achieve goals. In short, coaching helps people create their best lives, according to their definitions.

In addition to her clinical practice, Boyce lectures on wellness and creating plans for reaching goals, and topics related to workplace wellness, organization development and team building. She is also an organizational development consultant and trainer.

Quakertown Wellness Center is at 1143 Savannah Road, second floor of Savannah Station, in Lewes. For more information, go to or call 302-644-0130. To contact Boyce, call 301-452-6826 or go to