Julie Berg Owner of Sirona Spring Certified Biofeedback Specialist Jikiden Reiki Practitioner Licensed Spiritual Healer (651) 308-1227 firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie has been interested in health and wellness since a young age. She attended Nursing school and worked in health care for several years including a hospital, long term care center, electronic medical records and Pharmaceuticals. After learning about Biofeedback in 2009, she obtained her certification in September of 2010 from the Natural Therapies Certification Board. Julie founded Sirona Spring in 2014 to offer a place for healing to the people of the St. Croix Valley. After experiencing several traumatic life-changing events, Julie used SCIO biofeedback for recovery. After noticing the effects of biofeedback first hand, she developed a special interest in helping those overcoming childhood trauma, anxiety, grief and emotional abuse. Julie works with clients who are looking for assistance with recovery from trauma, grief, anxiety, depression, feeling overwhelmed or not feeling joy or purpose in life. During the session, Julie uses a scientific biofeedback device called SCIO which stimulates the self-healing capacity of the body through stress detection and reduction. After just one session you may feel a reduction in chronic symptoms, pain management, and improved mental clarity. Julie was born and raised in Hudson and currently lives in North Hudson with her daughter, Lucia and Shih Tzu, Mava. Julie enjoys traveling, gardening, and spending time with friends and family.
Favorite doTERRA oils: Balance & Past Tense Favorite Quote: "Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but rising every time we fall"
Betsy House Acupuncturist Acupressure Facial Rejuvenation Guasha Tuina Cupping
Betsy House is a licensed Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist through the state of Wisconsin. She obtained her Masters degree at Northwestern Health Sciences University April, 2016. While at Northwestern, she gained a thorough understanding of Traditional Chinese Medicine and how it can be integrated with western medical approaches. Betsy is trained to use modalities such as acupuncture, acupressure, lifestyle coaching, dietary therapy, musculoskeletal manipulation, cupping, and guasha. She believes each individual in this world has their own health profile and preferences therefore each individual will receive treatment to fit their own needs. Betsy spent two years in clinical internships providing treatment to patients on campus and off campus at Regions hospital, Pillsbury House clinic and the Salvation Army Clinic. The diverse opportunity for internship in varied settings has provided her with a broad range of experience in the health field. Betsy has also been working in the integrative health field since 2009 as a licensed massage therapist and is also full time working mother. She has a great understanding of the body and what it takes to bring the body into homeostasis.
Jennifer Hummel focuses on human health through a comprehensive approach that promotes an understanding as to how the human body absorbs, processes, and distributes nutrients. This traditional and progressive approach has been developed through the National Therapy Association who provides the education, research and support for its practitioners and resources. Jennifer is excited to share her knowledge with her clients and believes in empowering them by teaching them how to listen to their own body’s signals for help and how to answer them with a strategic approach.
Tera has been practicing massage for over 19 years. She graduated from the Minneapolis School of Massage and Bodywork, where she received training in Swedish, Esalen, Lymphatic, pressure point, deep tissue and sport massage. In 2007 she added to her training cranial sacral I – II- III. Tera incorporates far infared heat during her sessions to increase the relaxation, detoxification and therapeutic effect of each appointment. Her focus is on helping people have better lives by retraining their responses , physical and mental, to the stresses we face every day. Tera has had a lifelong interest in natural health practices and she is always reading up in the latest techniques and ideas that promote healthy living. She also volunteers with a therapeutic horse riding program and is currently studying horse massage.