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- Alaina Shapiro Reichwald
530.448.3664 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Alaina Reichwald interweaves the traditional practices of psychotherapy with the ancient healing traditions of the medicine peoples of the High Andes. By weaving together the knowledge of the physical, emotional and energetic worlds, new and previously untapped possibilities rise to the surface and allow individuals to create the lives they dream of. Alaina uses this modality to assist people in uncovering layer upon layer of themselves, to lovingly welcome their deepest nature into their daily lives.
For more information please visit Sacred Stone Healings.
- Cindy Crawford
CMT & Thermal Imaging Certified Technician, Massage Therapist
Specializes in: Sports Injuries, Neuromuscular Reprogramming, Active Release Technique, Deep Tissue, Lomi Lomi Massage, Rolfing Techniques
Certifications/Trainings: AMIA American Medical Infrared Academy Technician 2003, Academy of Medical Infrared Training 2007, IACT Infrared Academy Clinical Thermology, 2010, Micro Health Systems NEC Camera accurate to .05C, All Images read by radiologist: Dr. Robert Kane, DC (20 years experience reading exams)
Lives in: Incline Village NV, also have Bay Area offices in San Francisco, San Rafael & FairOaks
Spare time: Ski/Snowboard Instructor Northstar at Tahoe, AAUW American Association University Women Member, Mentor for Incline High School girls
- Michelle Turley
Licensed Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist, Energy Wellness Coach and Qi Gong Instructor
530-386-0597 • email@example.com
Michelle Turley L.Ac graduated from Five Branches University with her Masters Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Five Branches University derives its name from the five branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which maintain and restore an individual’s harmony with nature: Acupuncture, Herbology, Massage, Qigong, and Nutrition (Chinese Dietary Medicine). The Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine (MTCM) program educates students in the TCM of modern-day China. Five Branches University was the first Acupuncture College in America to add Medical Qigong to their curriculum. Michelle studied Medical Qigong under Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson and received her Medical Qigong practitioner certificate.
Michelle has studied and practiced massage therapy since 1995. She attended Heartwood Institute in Garberville, CA, Mueller College of Holistic Studies in San Diego, CA, and The Acupressure Institute in Berkeley, CA. She has studied various styles of Massage Therapy and energy work including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Chakra Balancing, Therapeutic Touch, Tuina, Acupressure, Shiatsu, Prenatal Massage and Reflexology. Michelle has studied and practiced Yoga, Tai Chi, Qigong and Meditation since 1995. Michelle enjoys hiking and backpacking and soon hopes to bring all the modalities together to create a program to encourage a deeper understanding of self through nature.
- Alby Dean
Alby Dean, ATC, PTA, CSCS, is a Certified Rolfer™ trained by the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in Boulder, CO.
Alby holds a B.S. in Exercise Sciences, A.A.S. in Physical Therapy Assistant, and Certifications for Athletic Training and Strength & Conditioning.
She brings over 20 years of manual therapy to her practice with a background in physical therapy as a PTA for orthopedic outpatient therapy and athletic training working with high school and collegiate athletes.
Alby loves to incorporate movement therapy with structural integration and after 30 years of alpine ski coaching, she has a trained eye for proper movement patterning.
Alby currently works with Tahoe Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in South Lake Tahoe and Incline High School athletics. She also coaches Masters alpine ski racing at Alpine Meadows.
She lives in Truckee and loves the Sierra Nevada for skiing, hiking and cycling.
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