Emmanuel Sargenti began studying Eastern traditions at age 10. He first dedicated his time to the discipline of martial arts and eventually attained a fourth-degree black belt in kung fu san soo. Later in adulthood, Emmanuel completed a master’s degree in traditional Chinese medicine at Yo San University. Today, Emmanuel works to restore balance for his patients on an individual level through his Eastern- and Western-blended medicinal services at Integrated Acupuncture & Herbs. His therapeutic sessions reduce disharmony in his patients' lives with a variety of treatments including acupuncture, cupping, Chinese herbal medicine, and tai chi. Above all, each of these therapies is designed to expel toxins from the body and restore balance to ensure overall health and well-being.
Practitioners of alternative and holistic therapies converge to treat clients' bodies, minds, and spirits at Aviante Health and Wellness Center. The center's staff soothes tense and sore muscles with a range of modalities, believing massage can not only ease pain, but also anxiety and depression while promoting healthy sleep, blood flow, and a healthy immune system. They also offer services like reflexology, hypnotherapy, endermology, and personal training to complement massage. Wholly holistic, Aviante also performs pet therapy sessions, which help owners connect with four-legged friends without having to share chew toys or hassle the same mailman.
California board-certified acupuncturist and clinical Chinese herbalist Jennifer Rose assists her patients with such concerns as pain management, stress, emotional discontent, digestion, and sleeping difficulties. Before commencing any service, she conducts a consultation with the patient to ensure the chosen treatment, whether it be acupuncture, cupping, or moxibustion, is appropriate. She assesses the individual’s medical history, answers any questions, and ascertains goals for the treatment. Jennifer also offers nutritional and herbal counseling, and she works with patients on meditation and breathing techniques.
Rod and Karen, Westlake Holistic’s owners, combine their skills in acupuncture, massage, and traditional Ayurvedic medicine to look after their clients’ well-being with a variety of alternative therapies. During Ayurvedic treatments, a practitioner gives the client a comprehensive health exam and consultation before creating an individualized course of holistic therapies. Acupuncture and massage therapy treat stress, pain, and other chronic conditions, namely those that have left clients unfairly blaming their back muscles for all their problems.
A licensed acupuncturist and clinical herbalist, Laura Bealer holds a master's degree in Chinese medicine. Her career was inspired by how Chinese medicine had helped her health when she was a teenager, and now she helps others with her traditional Chinese and integrative medicine treatments. Laura specializes in digestive issues, pain management, and women’s health.
At A Plus Massage Therapy, certified massage therapist Audrey Poliskey tackles stress and muscular aches with 10 years of therapeutic experience. Audrey’s repertoire of techniques includes deep-tissue, trigger-point, and shiatsu massages, which she combines with aromatherapy, hot stones, and relaxing music to soothe her patients’ senses while she unwinds muscular knots.