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. Julie was born and raised in Hudson and currently lives in North Hudson with her daughter, Lucia and Shih Tzu, Mava. Julie enjoys traveling, skiing, gardening, and spending time with friends and family.
Julie works with clients who are looking for assistance with recovery from trauma, grief, anxiety, depression, addiction, chronic health concerns, focus and concentration and feeling overwhelmed 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. The session begins with a 3 minute scan that detects stressed areas of the body and mind. The remainder of the session is focused on rebalancing the stressed areas. Many clients feel a weight lifted, a reduction in chronic symptoms, a decrease in chronic pain and improvement in anxiety and depression.
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.
Christine Tschida Board Certified Holistic Health Coach Reiki Practitioner
Christine received her Certified Holistic Health Coach training at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where she studied many dietary theories from leaders in the world of holistic wellness. She has always been drawn to helping people be their healthiest form of themselves and finding balance and alignment both mind and body. She completed her Reiki training at Devanadi School of Yoga and Wellness. When Christine was first introduced to the concept of energy work she was immediately hooked as she experienced the benefits of if first hand in her own life.
Her primary focus is what she calls Chakra Nourishment. Chakra Nourishment is inspired by the energy healing technique of Reiki in combination with her Holistic Health Coaching. By integrating a plant-based lifestyle, energy medicine, and the recognition of self-love, you will reach a higher vibration to align the body, heart, and mind. Once your energy body is thriving, the physical body can truly shine.
Christine's biggest influences are Caroline Myss, Cyndi Dale, Dr. Deanna M. Minich and Donna Eden. These energy medicine experts encompass the elements that Christine includes in her practice. Though she grew-up on the other side of the St. Croix, Christine, her husband, and their dog Sawyer moved to North Hudson over the summer of 2018 and couldn't feel more at home in their new community. Christine loves to cook, travel, and spend time outside.