Jessica Daily is a nutrition and lifestyle counselor with a certification in plant-based nutrition from Cornell University. She is currently enrolled in the Integrative and Functional Nutrition Academy program to deepen and expand her skills and knowledge. She is also a certified yoga instructor and doula. Jess specializes in integrative nutritional therapy, informed by the wisdom of integral healing practices such as yoga, functional medicine, herbal support and health coaching. She works with individuals to heal their whole system thorough a multidisciplinary and personalized approach, addressing many aspects of the individual’s life including physical, emotional, spiritual, nutritional, and historical imprints. Jess works with her clients to find the root causes of their symptoms, bringing attention and awareness to the systems that are out of balance, and helping them to heal everyday disturbances and dis-eases through the medicinal path of nutrition. Jess specializes in diets for disease management including gut-psychology syndromes, diabetes, autoimmune disorders, fertility issues, trauma, cancer, and addiction. She is well versed in dietary therapies to restore, rebalance, and deeply nourish the system.
Dr. Charisse Balance, DPT, RYT
Dr. Charisse Balance is a physical therapist licensed in the state of California. She has always been fascinated with the interactions between the body and mind, leading her to pursue an undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology and Psychology from UC Davis, and later a doctorate in Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific University. She has many years of experience treating patients with chronic pain and has found that treatment of the pelvic floor is often the missing link. She appreciates the interconnected role the pelvic floor plays in mind/body interactions and treats the muscles of the pelvic floor to more comprehensively address her patient's symptoms.
In 2015, she obtained her yoga certification (RYT-200) and pursued specialization in both Restorative and Yin yoga. She appreciated the physiological benefits of the quiet, restful, supportive practice of restorative yoga and the physical and energetic benefits of a slower yin practice brought not only to the fascia, but also to the overall sense of wellbeing. She now uses the connection between the disciplines of yoga and physiotherapy to empower her clients to build physical awareness and to minimize and prevent injuries. As a yogi, she incorporates an individualized holistic approach to treatment, addressing the body, mind and spirit. As a physiotherapist, she informs her offerings with the science of movement, biomechanics, kinesiology and anatomy.
Jonny Nobleza, L.Ac., Dipl. O.M.
Jonny Nobleza, L.Ac., Dipl. O.M. is an acupuncturist licensed in the state of California. He practices East Asian Medicine, Acupuncture and Craniosacral Bodywork, and teaches Shadow Yoga. His studies in yoga and consciousness began over 20 years ago as a young teen. He has since trained and taught various forms of healing arts, music, movement, and cultivation practices. His current focus is a continual deepening relationship with the living wisdom traditions of Yoga, Ayurveda, East Asian Medicine, Osteopathic, and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy traditions. Jonny’s practice in the healing arts has been influenced and shaped by select teachers, mentors, family, friends, and colleagues who have naturally led through example by their unwavering devotion to their hearts, art, and craft. With gratitude to his teachers, Jonny dedicates the practice of medicine to be in service and benefit to all beings. Jonny holds a B.A. in Anthropology and an M.A. in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.