As a Medical Intuitive, Amy has a rare intuitive ability to see and sense illness and injuries, their root causes and how to heal. Amy has studied with a medical doctor for over 70 hours in order to learn the anatomy and physiology of the body and fine-tune the accuracy of her natural talent.
As a Medium, Amy can communicate with loved ones who have passed on and provide insight on all aspects of life, such as relationships, finances, career, life purpose, emotional blocks and future events. Amy also offers Reiki, an energetic healing technique, which channels energy into the body. Illness, stress and trauma can bring the body out of balance, but with energy work, the body is able to naturally heal through restoring energy flow.
Whether you’re looking to uncover a mystery illness and its cause, or are looking for guidance in any aspect of your life, you can benefit from a clairvoyant reading. Amy offers in-person appointments or phone sessions. Amy can accurately give a reading over the phone knowing only someone’s first name, initial of their last name and age.
Ginger Schechter, MD is a Board Certified Internist with 15 years of experience in Healthcare. She has worked extensively with Veterans through the Veterans Administration.
She received her AB from University of California at Berkeley, her MD from the Chicago Medical School, and her Internal Medicine Residency was done at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center.
Ginger believes that integrating Ayurvedic and Western Medicine, with a focus on prevention, is the future of health care.
Dr. Ginger is Yoga ONE’s Medical Director of Education, and works closely with Shane Davis & Deacon Carpenter on developing and facilitating all of our continuing eduction programs.
Kristi Dee Doden is a Communication and Stress Management Specialist, Certified TRE Provider and Massage Therapist. With an original background in Psychology, Social Work and Economics, Kristi began her professional career as a Bank Examiner for the FDIC. Motivated by her own health challenges, she left the corporate world in 1987 to study holistic healing in many disciplines for 13 years, including multiple bodywork modalities, Emotional Freedom Technique, martial arts and Qi Gong.
In 2001 she began an intensive training process in Compassionate Communication with the Center for Nonviolent Communication. She has over 800 hours in advanced training in Compassionate Communication and has facilitated men’s; women’s and couples practice groups for over 10 years. While living in Phoenix, AZ she trained with Dr. David Berceli, the founder of TRE, to be a Certified TRE Provider.
From her extensive experience, Kristi offers a unique blend of tools tailored to meet each client’s needs. Her accomplished professional experience includes work with business executives and organizations, non-profits, spiritual communities, schools, prison inmates and women in recovery from trauma.
Lorelle Saxena loves boots, bicycling, and beet greens. The weekends she loves best are spent working in the garden and the kitchen with her husband Adam, their little son Kamal, and their elderly and immature mutt, Toby.
Lorelle was voted “Best Acupuncturist in Sonoma County” five years in a row in the North Bay Bohemian’s annual Reader Poll. Her work focuses on empowering patients to overcome health challenges through self-reflection, acupuncture, and subtle lifestyle shifts. Her training includes rotations at the San Diego Memorial Hospice, the UCSD Owen Clinic for HIV and AIDS patient care, and a free clinic for low-income senior citizens.
Lorelle’s practice is grounded in empathy, a keen interest in all things human, and an intention to raise the standard for healthcare everywhere. Her writing revolves around the shared human experience and finding the beautiful and extraordinary in everyday life. Her proudest accomplishment is being a nice person most of the time.
Noel graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where she learned innovative coaching methods, practical lifestyle management techniques, and over 100 dietary approaches; from Ayurveda, gluten-free, and Paleo, to raw, vegan, and macrobiotics, and everything in between.
Noel’s education has equipped her with extensive, cutting-edge knowledge in holistic nutrition, health coaching, and prevention. Drawing on my knowledge and expertise, she works with clients to help make lifestyle changes and choose health-promoting habits that produce real and lasting results. You will develop a deeper relationship with food and lifestyle choices that work best for you, improving your energy, balance, health, and happiness.
Each session will leave you feeling inspired and motivated. You will talk about things beyond food, seeking to bring balance to important elements of your life such as love and relationship as well as career and money. Noel will personally and carefully guide you to make simple, small changes that transform your life.
Ryan’s training as a CMT and Health Educator was completed through a 900 hr. program at National Holistic Institute. Ryan has been trained in a variety of modalities, specializing in Swedish, Deep tissue, Sports massage, MFT (Myofascial therapies), and Prenatal. Ryan is able to create a personalized session using a variety of modalities to suit you, depending on what the issues are.
Ryan have been interested in the healing arts for quite some time. As a child, massage therapy was a main nurturing source for him, which healed his ailments over the years. He felt that providing massage therapy is the best way to share the wonderful restorative process with his fellow humans. “It is so rewarding to be able to provide something so nurturing to a fellow human in need.” Other than being able to educate you on creating a better sense of self, allow me to take you on the expedition that is massage!
In the ten years before finding yoga, Shane Davis was an anatomy buff(elbow deep in cadavers), a student of classical piano and a hiking fiend. When he came to yoga he immediately loved the fusion of physical discipline with spiritual practice, but with little knowledge of technique and a high degree of tension in his body, Shane tore pelvic muscles, spending a year in arduous recovery. Through psychosomatic therapy, he unraveled deep webs of emotions that caused so much physical tightness and healed the wounds of body and mind. After recovery, he serendipitously found teachers that would root him in the foundations of asana, one being Shy Sayar. Finding grounding strength in fundamentals, he learned asana can also be a therapeutic modality in itself. Shane has ventured out into the world of Acrobatic yoga, a practice that requires trust and faith in self and others as a way of deepening connection and relationship. Shane teaches Vinyasa, Hatha and Acrobatic yoga as well as teaching in the music and medical fields. He also practices a form of gentle acupressure, similar to what he received during his own recovery.
Shane has ventured out into the world of Acrobatic yoga, a practice that requires trust and faith in self and others as a way of deepening connection and relationship. Shane teaches Vinyasa, Hatha and Acrobatic yoga as well as teaching in the music and medical fields. He also practices a form of gentle acupressure, similar to what he received during his own recovery.
Zane is a Certified Clinical and Alchemical Hypnotherapist, Trance Coach, Consulting Hypnotist, and Somatic Healing Practitioner who has been a student of the healing arts since 2001. His interests in the ancient art of Alchemy propelled him into the study of this amazing technology in 2014. He found himself at the Alchemy Institute of Hypnosis under the auspices of one David Quigley, the creator of Alchemical Hypnosis. As a happy, lifelong resident of Sonoma County, Zane currently practices Trance work and bodywork in beautiful Santa Rosa, CA.
Zane is an honored graduate of the Alchemy Institute of Hypnosis, he holds accreditations at the National Guild of Hypnotists, and is an esteemed member and Co-Founder of the California Guild of Alchemists.