Ramona Colbert, L.Ac.
Time and experience have taught me that when it comes to wellness, utilizing an integrative approach from various disciplines, based on experience and wisdom, provides better outcomes for our patients and clients when addressing health concerns. These are exciting times combining the best of technology with ancient wisdom to heal people! I love waking up every day and coming to work to see what the new day will bring. Acupuncture has made a huge difference in my life and I'm here to help as many people as I can. I began my journey with acupuncture at Yo San University almost 10 years ago, and never looked back. I'm devoted to helping others with their personal and professional health goals. My goal is to partner with the patient to help restore balance and optimal vitality within the body. I look forward to working with you!
I treat a variety of health challenges such as pain, stress, sports injuries, post opt recovery, depression, and addiction. I have a special interest in type 2 diabetes, infertility, women’s health, prenatal and postnatal care for moms.
Pauline Steward, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
I love making people feel better and seeing the smiles on their faces when their chronic pain is reduced. They are thrilled to be able to return to their regular life and activity. It’s all about helping people and working as a team with the patient to provide healing for their body. That was my inspiration when I determined that I wanted to enter the healthcare field. It took me a while of sifting through the competitiveness of the pre-medical school program and working with the athletes in the training room at UC Irvine, to set my ultimate goal of becoming a physical therapist. I have been an active PT for 7 years practicing in orthopedics with a focus on sports medicine. I'm intrigued by the mobility of the body and determined to make it move fluidly. It’s all about balance. In addition to my studies in the Physical Therapy doctoral program at Mount Saint Mary’s University, I use my background in gymnastics, dance, track and field, and pilates to assist with determinating the appropriate exercises for my patients, which will help them find the balance that their body needs.
Monica Gozalez, MT
Massage therapy has quickly become my passion. I am completely devoted to learning and expanding my experience in this field. I embrace the responsibility that comes with the position, and I will treat each person with respect and compassion. This isn’t just some job. I’m sure that down the line someone will benefit from the work that I am doing. I get to hear my clients and see the effects of my treatment directly during my session and afterward. I love being a bodyworker and creating change. My work is different for each session. My style varies for each patient based on their individual needs. Healing through alternative therapies isn’t a quick fix, but when followed consistently and with proper diet and exercise, you’ll experience lasting results.
Come in and schedule an appointment today. I’ll work very hard to help you get closer to optimal physical health and wellness.
Jemani Johnson, MT
Michelle Greene , DC
Thomas Thornton, MSc
Master Reiki Healer
My interest in healing started when my potential professional soccer career ended due to a severe knee injury. After receiving my Masters in Science from the Vienna University of Economics and Business I worked in tech for a decade. I have healed from lifelong symptoms of bipolar II by releasing stuck energy (childhood trauma often gets misdiagnosed as a mood disorder).
As a Reiki TUMMO Master, a Crystal Reiki Master/Teacher, and a Quantum Healer I am happy to serve and guide you on your healing journey.
HEALING is the removal of low vibrational energy and negative programming so you can be who you truly are.
COACHING is the recommendation of simple and actionable lifestyle changes to make the healing permanent.
Ben Hubers, Personal Trainer & ELDOA Trainer
As a life long athlete, I've always been fascinated with what the human body is capable of. I was training as the post collegiate distance runner and struggling with nagging injuries when I was introduced to Dr. Brian Murer and the teachings of Dr. Guy Voyer. The philosophy was simple: "you are your own best therapist." I found that the best course of therapy is generally though exercise and conditioning to help the body find it's own equilibrium. Through careful training I was able to extend my track career by three years and compete in the 2016 Olympic trials.
After hanging up my track spikes, I moved to LA to continue my studies and build my career as a body worker. I've found that there is nothing more inspiring than empowering other people achieve their own high levels of performance. This means different things for each of us, from lifting more weight than you ever have, to just being able to walk around the block like you used to. I am currently a NASM certified personal trainer and working on completing my training as an ELDOA Trainer and Soma Trainer.