NICOLE WELLBELOVED Owner, Health Coach + Fitness Instructor Nicole Wellbeloved opened Wellbeloved Wellness in 2013 inspired by a passion for helping others enhance their quality of life through a sustainable total wellness program of mind, body and spirit. Nicole's own journey toward wellness began when she successfully completed the Ideal Protein protocol in September 2010 with a weight loss of 30 pounds and 17.5 inches. Motivated to make a healthier lifestyle accessible to more people, Nicole opened her own Ideal Protein clinic, Wellbeloved Wellness, in partnership with cardiologist Dr. Peter P. Chiotellis. Later, they launched a satellite location in his Heart Center, in Hyannis. Later, after years of running and challenging sessions with personal trainers, Nicole finally found the perfect workout in BeyondBarre, a true cardio ballet program that offers total-body sculpting, toning and strengthening in one amazing class. After following in love with the technique and the results it brings, Nicole became certified as an instructor and decided to bring the first and only BeyondBarre studio to Massachusetts at Wellbeloved Wellness. Nicole lives in Cotuit with her husband and three children.
Dr. Peter Chiotellis Cardiologist + Ideal Protein Program Partner Cardiologist Dr. Peter Chiotellis is a member of The Heart Center, which, in addition to providing preventative and diagnostic cardiac care, is a satellite location for Wellbeloved Wellness’ Ideal Protein program. Dr. Chiotellis joined The Heart Center in July 2009 following the completion of his internal medicine and cardiology fellowship training at Caritas St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts, an affiliate of Tufts University. Upon graduating from the program, he received the esteemed Krishnaswamy Ramaswamy Cardiology Award for Most Outstanding Fellow. Prior to training in Boston, Dr. Chiotellis received his medical degree from University College Dublin Medical School in Dublin, Ireland in 2003. Dr. Chiotellis is not completely new to the Heart Center. Beyond childhood memories of visiting his father there as an adolescent growing up on Cape Cod, he spent summers throughout medical school clerking under his father’s tutelage and training to perform echocardiograms and stress tests. Dr. Chiotellis humbly confesses that he continually sought his father’s professional advice during 12 years of medical study and will continue to confer in the practice. “I grew up with medicine in the home. My father was the best role model as a dad and as a physician.”