The OrangeMoon Holistic Health and Wellness is a boutique holistic healing and lifestyle practice, based in New York City. Natural healing and wellness is on the rise. Consumers are questioning conventional medical treatment methods, and are increasingly exploring ways to maintain their health naturally. We serve as a place where people come to experience holistic living and healing. Our practice and principles are based in non-conventional influences, incorporating practices of many cultures to cultivate an integrated platform of natural healing methods.  We specialize in providing customized programs (detoxification, cellular cleanse, nutrition, herbal, meditation, acupuncture, reiki), based on our clients’ needs and wellness goals. 

We successfully assist our clients in meeting their wellness goals, by encouraging internal balance -  mind, body and spirit, using nutritional counseling, meditation, herbal and physical therapies. We begin our process with a thorough health assessment. We then consult with our clients' primary care physician or specialist, (with consent), integrating healing methods, until the client is able to manage their health independently, with minimal medication, or none at all.

Our approach to wellness, includes a 21 day cellular and organ detoxification program. After the detoxification process,  we work to balance our clients body internal environment, by monitoring PH, hormone and other blood levels to determine potential deficiencies and excess. If there are any that have been discovered, we begin healing, using rigid herbal and physical therapy, meditation, and nutritional counseling. 

The OrangeMoon was founded by Michelle Mitchum  HHP, a native New Yorker, a graduate of Morgan State University, (Baltimore, MD) and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, (New York NY). She is an educator, having taught Biology, Chemistry and Physics in both New York, and Baltimore City, and has also built a career in health education, marketing and advertising. However, it was her position as the Director of Cancer Patient Educational Programs that allowed her to take a more compassionate and purpose driven approach to shaping her career.

Michelle has a successful history in the healing sciences. She has been featured on Fox Business News, Essence Magazine and is a contributing writer to Heart and Soul Magazine as well as other notable publications. 

In keeping with her mission to continue to grow her career and life with purpose, in 2013 Michelle founded The OrangeMoon Holistic Health and Wellness, to empower people to make intelligent and informed decisions about their health and to introduce and educate clients on holistic lifestyle alternatives.

Deyuan Zeng (Darius), Social Media Intern- Long Island University, School of Pharmacy

Descending from a Chinese family, the essence of health is significant in his culture and is what motivates him to inquire about methods taken to sustain our health in order to live a long, resourceful and happy life. As a person that loves to interact with others, Deyuan Zeng enjoys socializing, attending events, eating food, helping others, traveling and learning new material. His brain is open to many ideas and welcomes new experiences.

Due to having such a unique name, he is known to have many names throughout school; however “Darius” is the one that many people know him by. Yet no matter what, his passion in the human body’s responses to maintain its health equilibrium will not alter. His parents has taught him non-conventional ways of healing instead of just taking pills, and he wonders how that compares to medicine. 

Deyuan 'Darius' Zeng

Deyuan 'Darius' Zeng


Chloe Wong

Chloe Wong

Chloe Wong,  (Social Media Intern, Brooklyn Technical High School- Class of 2017)

She spends her time volunteering at Weill Cornell Medical Center, and has been exposed to conventional medicine for most of her life, and is interested in holistic wellness because it heals people with focus on every part of the individual. Chloe aspires to become a pediatrician because she enjoys helping people.