Integrative Bodywork

Acupuncture & Craniosacral
Acupuncture and craniosacral therapy are two forms of treatment that work directly with the nervous system and energetics of the body, serving to open blocked channels, facilitate optimal energy flow, and bring the nervous system and body back into harmony. They offer a sense of balance, supporting and empowering the body's innate ability to heal itself.

Acupuncture is a component of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), an ancient medical tradition that evolved over 2500 years. Acupuncture involves the insertion of small needles into the skin at specific points in the body that facilitate opening to support the healing of a wide range of ailments ranging from lower back pain to anxiety. Acupuncture and TCM are rooted in activating the body's innate healing potential, incorporating herbs, body work, nutritional support, and needling techniques.

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Acupuncture
Our various body systems have rhythms to them. The cardiac system has the rhythm of heartbeat, our respiratory system has the rhythm of our breath. Craniosacral therapy touches the natural rhythms of our nervous system, following the flow of our cerebral spinal fluid. By tapping into our body's hardwiring, craniosacral therapy offers deep therapeutic benefits by cultivating stillness, awareness and energy through meditative touch.

Patients say that craniosacral therapy is hard to describe, but that it leaves them feeling powerfully awake, relaxed, and deeply alive.

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Craniosacral Therapy
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Jonny Nobleza
Acupuncture, Craniosacral Therapy, Shadow Yoga. L.Ac., Dipl. O.M., MAcOM
Jonny received his Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, TX and has studied movement and healing arts for over 20 years. He is devoted to empowering patients through the discovery of their inherit healing potentials with the assistance of wisdom traditions of both eastern and western medical models.

Jonny tailors treatments to each individual's unique makeup and often utilizes dietary & lifestyle guidance, bodywork, craniosacral therapy, acupuncture, and medicinal teas to inspire deep rest and integration within the nervous system and healthy circulation throughout the body, mind, and spirit.
"It feels to me that Jonny has a beautiful gift of gentle, natural service that is at once disarming and healing. It is rare to find in a practitioner such a grasp of the subtle aspects of qi and its movements, combined with a medicinal presence indicative of one who practices medicine in their own being. The essence of his being infuses the agents of his healing. I have found sweet benefit and insight from both."

Dr. Claudia Welch
D.O.M., Author, Ayurvedic practitioner and educator
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Elena Roemer
Herbalist
Elena Roemer is a Western and Chinese herbalist who supports her clients in reaching flourishing health through herbal medicine remedies and lifestyle adjustments. Like the ancient Taoists, she believes that health encompasses the whole person and that body, mind, and spirit must be aligned with nature to restore health. Using advanced diagnostic tools from Traditional Chinese Medicine and the latest in scientific research on medicinal herbs, she loves creating custom botanical formulas for her clients, while empowering and educating them to reach their health goals. She is passionate about mental-emotional health, supporting women to thrive at all ages, and inclusive of all bodies and identities on the path to optimum wellness. She first began studying herbal medicine from an East-West perspective in 2009 and continued learning across many botanical traditions until enrolling at ACTCM in San Francisco, where she is scheduled to complete her doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in 2019.
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Massage Therapy
Massage therapy relieves stress and tension, increases flexibility, improves circulation and accelerates your recovery and healing process.

Massage therapy is perhaps the easiest illustration of the power of an integrative approach to health. Stress in our lives is often physically stored in our body and muscular structure. Bodywork can relieve muscle tension and leave us feeling deeply calm. Our massage therapist specializes in a wide variety of techniques, including deep tissue, trigger point and shiatsu.
Massage Therapy
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Bobbi Knowles
Massage Therapist, CMT
Elena Roemer is a Western and Chinese herbalist who supports her clients in reaching flourishing health through herbal medicine remedies and lifestyle adjustments. Like the ancient Taoists, she believes that health encompasses the whole person and that body, mind, and spirit must be aligned with nature to restore health. Using advanced diagnostic tools from Traditional Chinese Medicine and the latest in scientific research on medicinal herbs, she loves creating custom botanical formulas for her clients, while empowering and educating them to reach their health goals. She is passionate about mental-emotional health, supporting women to thrive at all ages, and inclusive of all bodies and identities on the path to optimum wellness. She first began studying herbal medicine from an East-West perspective in 2009 and continued learning across many botanical traditions until enrolling at ACTCM in San Francisco, where she is scheduled to complete her doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in 2019.
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Meditation & Yoga
True health comes from a flourishing mind, body and spirit. Mindfulness practices such as meditation and yoga are essential tools in building the bridge between these component parts, helping you to develop a sense of awareness and presence that can serve as a foundation for your health and wellbeing.

Meditation and yoga may feel like indulgences in our busy lives. However, both can be invaluable in the practice of keeping our body and mind healthy. Many of our practitioners blend yoga and meditation into their work, as tools to cultivate mindfulness and intentionality, core aspects of the greater work of healing the whole being. We offer a bi-monthly meditation group taught by an experienced meditator, as well as private yoga classes.
Meditation & Yoga
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Jonny Nobleza
Acupuncture, Craniosacral Therapy, Shadow Yoga. L.Ac., Dipl. O.M., MAcOM
Jonny received his Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, TX and has studied movement and healing arts for over 20 years. He is devoted to empowering patients through the discovery of their inherit healing potentials with the assistance of wisdom traditions of both eastern and western medical models.

Jonny tailors treatments to each individual's unique makeup and often utilizes dietary & lifestyle guidance, bodywork, craniosacral therapy, acupuncture, and medicinal teas to inspire deep rest and integration within the nervous system and healthy circulation throughout the body, mind, and spirit.
"It feels to me that Jonny has a beautiful gift of gentle, natural service that is at once disarming and healing. It is rare to find in a practitioner such a grasp of the subtle aspects of qi and its movements, combined with a medicinal presence indicative of one who practices medicine in their own being. The essence of his being infuses the agents of his healing. I have found sweet benefit and insight from both."

Dr. Claudia Welch
D.O.M., Author, Ayurvedic practitioner and educator
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Jessica Daily
Integrative Nutrition Counselor & Health Coach, FDN-P, MA-candidate
Jess Daily has a degree in plant & soil science from the University of Massachusetts, a certificate in plant-based nutrition and Ayurvedic medicine from Cornell University, and a certificate from Function Nutrition Diagnostics in San Diego. She uses a multidisciplinary and personalized approach to healing, treating clients with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, inflammation, autoimmune disorders, hormone dysregulation, and gut dysbiosis. She focuses on helping people to cultivate a friendly and healing relationship with whole foods through a caring and nonjudgemental assessment of your current nutritional habits and a thorough treatment plan that includes dietary recommendations, herbs, and supplements.

Jess's approach combines the science of nutrition with the art of food and the practice of health. She utilizes mind-body medicine, herbalism, and counseling support in her work. Typically, treatment with Jess runs about 6-months, meeting every other week, or weekly for more acute needs and protocols.
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Madrone Stewart-Love
MA (LICENSE)
Madrone is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at the Wright Institute, with an MA from UC Berkeley and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania. Madrone embraces a client centered approach, where her focus is on cultivating a safe and supportive environment for clients to bring their whole selves. Madrone draws from Buddhist, Humanistic and Psychodynamic approaches. Her goal is to assist each client in their cultivation of insight and self-compassion.
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