Manzanita Wellness Clinic is delighted to host dedicated and talented healing practitioners through our Manzanita Collective. The practitioners of Manzanita Collective offer various forms of bodywork and healing therapies, collaborate on community workshops and classes, cultivate a medicinal herb garden, and co-create a place of resource and renewal.
To book an appointment with any of the Manzanita Collective Practitioners, please contact them directly.
Shoshana Uribe, M.S., L.Ac., CMT
Offering support on your journey to greater health and well-being.... addressing you as a whole person, using acupuncture, herbs, nutrition, massage, essential oils, and other traditional healing wisdom. I work with a wide variety of diverse health concerns, including women's health, holistic pediatrics, pain, digestive issues, and easing challenges of life transitions by focusing on body, mind, and spirit. Both private and community sessions are available. Spanish speakers are welcome. My practice is inspired by the body's ability to heal and by a strong belief in our interconnectedness with the earth and each other.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays - Downstairs
Shanyin Amy Chang, L.Ac., CKTP
Everywhere I go, I find myself practicing Chinese medicine on people. I've treated people on the sidewalk in Hayward, on a cafe patio in Topanga Canyon, and at the airport while waiting for a delayed flight. That's why I call my clinic Anywhere. Every session I offer is tailored to your needs, & may include: acupuncture, moxibustion, kinesiotaping, reflexology, chakra balancing, fire cupping, Chinese herbs, lifestyle tips and dietary advice. I am currently commuting monthly to Portland for a clinical doctorate degree, but still seeing patients (everywhere I go).
Tuesdays - Downstairs
Tracy Richardson, L.Ac., Dipl.OM, CMQ
Tracy is an acupuncturist and herbalist who managed the Clinic Herbal Dispensary at Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College (AIMC) in Berkeley, CA for 10 years. A graduate of East West Herbal studies with Michael Tierra, she is a certified Professional Herbalist, as well as a certified Medical Qi gong practitioner(CMQ), (studied with Susanne Friedman, Lac, DMQ), and teaches qigong classes. Tracy Richardson has been in the healing arts for over twenty-five years. She started in her teens changing her diet and using herbs for her own healing, then sharing this knowledge with her family. The natural expansion took her knowledge and education to the greater community. She has combined all her experience into a wide range of healing modalities. She uses Acupuncture, Medical Qigong, Tui Na, Nutrition, Supplements and Herbal Medicine, integrated with western medicine knowledge to treat aliments related to our trifold nature, body mind spirit.
Thursdays, Saturdays - Upstairs
Liana A. Hayes, LMT, RYT & Reiki Master
Liana is a Massage Therapist, Reiki Master, Yoga Instructor and Wellness Advocate practicing for 8 years all over the Bay Area. She specializes in swedish, deep tissue, prenatal, Reiki, essential oils, yoga, chakra balancing, flower essences and guided meditation. She graduated from NHI, Emeryville in 2008 with 720hrs of training in both Eastern and Western Massage modalities as well as Anatomy, Physiology and Pathologies. She became a Reiki Master in 2015 after studying for two years as an apprentice and assistant to her Reiki Master Bronwyn Michaelis, L.Ac. As well in 2015, she graduated from Piedmont Yoga Studio with her 200hr Yoga Teaching Certification. Liana has always been a natural Healer and body worker and is in touch with your energetic pulse to provide you with your best treatment possible. She will work with you in all aspects of your life as well as massage and energy work to aid you in living your healthiest and happiest life. "Life is what You Make it, So do what You Love.
Fridays - Upstairs
Kristin DuPont, CMT
Kristin began doing bodywork in 2007 after graduating from Rising Spirit Institute of Natural Health in Atlanta, Georgia. Her targeted therapeutic style combines Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT), and Myofascial Cupping. Common issues that can be resolved using these techniques include IT band issues, plantar fasciitis, carpel tunnel, problematic muscle tension, migraines, lower back pain, sciatica and various shoulder issues. Each client receives treatments tailored to address their specific needs including pain relief, relaxation, and restoring balance to the body. Kristin’s dedicated interest and enthusiasm for the natural healing arts led her to the Bay Area to study Western Herbal Medicine at the Ohlone Herbal Center in Berkeley, California. As a California transplant by way of Louisiana, Kristin enjoys outdoor activities, including hiking, camping and herb foraging.
Tuesdays, Fridays - Upstairs
Denise Arline, MA
I am spiritual healer, shamanic practitioner and intuitive counselor. My approach to healing is gentle yet held with strength. My style is nurturing and motivating, supporting healing and growth as you expand your own boundaries. Moving through intuitive sessions and developing tools and insight with ongoing mentoring, brings new levels of awareness, clarity, healing and growth. I have been blessed with many teachers and mentors who have guided me along different paths of self-discovery, including Shamanic Herbalist & Healer Pam Montgomery. I serve on the vision council of Organization of Nature Evolutionaries. I have a Masters Degree in Transformative Art and Consciousness. My expression as an artist is guided by work in the field of transformation as I offer sacred ways to connect with our soul and the soul of the earth through art, ritual and process. I have studied extensively in the field of Intuitive Healing and Clairvoyance with master teachers at Intuitive Way, a sacred space that remains my spiritual sanctuary. These three paths of training have been, and continue to be, vital in my journey as a healer, mentor and teacher.
Mondays, Thursdays - Downstairs
Julia Ellis, MFT
As a psychotherapist and expressive arts therapist, I’ve helped hundreds of people get through some of the most difficult times in their lives and find their way to hope and change. My approach is warm, collaborative, and creative. Together we’ll look at the roots of your life challenges, and as well as your present moment experience and the wisdom of your body, to find our way toward your healing and transformation. I think outside the box as a therapist to find what actually works. We can express ourselves through creativity and play and laughter...and anything else we need to, in order to help you break out of the patterns that are holding you back and allow you to live the life you long for.
Mondays - Upstairs
I worked in software development for many years. It took me a while to realize that I wasn’t doing my body any favors by sitting at a desk all day, and I decided to explore massage therapy as a more physically active, nurturing, and creative occupation. After studying at the Watpo Thai Traditional Massage School in Thailand, I became convinced massage was what I wanted to do, and went on to study at the National Holistic Institute. I developed a practice that combines Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, and Myofascial Release techniques to decrease pain, balance the body, and increase range of motion, leaving my clients relaxed, refreshed, grounded and reconnected with their bodies.
Fridays - Downstairs
Leopi is a Ortho-Bionomy practitioner and licensed homebirth Midwife. She completed the Ortho-Bionomy Practitioner Program and Certification through New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts. She also has over 200 hours in cranial sacral and somatic experiencing studies, and 500 hours of homeopathy with Robin Murphy. Leopi has been a licensed home-birth midwife for 33 years, guiding well over 1300 women, babies and families in the home-birth environment. She is also a large-scale archetypal figurative painter and has a BA in Art Therapy. Leopi now has the honor of midwifing through the structure and nervous system, specializing in women of pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, post-birth, and babies. Ortho-bionomy has it’s own particular version of cranial sacral, which can be profoundly helpful to baby’s sensitive nervous system and ease coming into her body. Leopi also has a steady practice with a wide range of people, including athletes, dancers, and our elders.
Wednesdays - Upstairs
Intuitive Somatic Coaching
Mondays, Wednesdays - Upstairs
Harue Wiedlin, CMT
Harue was born and raised in Japan. She has been living in the Bay Area for 20 years. Harue has always been interested in living a natural, healthy lifestyle. That led her to becoming a bodyworker. She places importance on listening to the wisdom within your body. Her passion is helping people achieve total health - in body, heart, mind and spirit. She is a California certified massage therapist. She offers Craniosacral Therapy, Shiatsu, Acupressure and Acu Oil / Swedish Massage. Besides being a bodyworker, she is a mother to 3 children. She enjoys cooking, fermenting, gardening, practicing Yoga, hiking in nature, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Wednesdays - Upstairs
Amanda Nube, CMT
I am an acupressure massage therapist, a therapeutic yoga instructor, and a mother. The bodywork styles I incorporate are tui na, shiatsu, assisted stretches, holding acupressure points, and leading guided relaxation. These time tested methods are deeply restorative yet offer gentle healing work. This is a clothed massage, no oils necessary, just comfortable clothing. I also offer perinatal healing modalities, helping women navigate through the fertility, pregnancy, and postpartum periods. I look forward to working with you, strengthening your resistance to dis-ease and enhancing your quality of life.
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