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An Integrative Therapy Training and Treatment Venue

WHAT? Blending traditional western therapy with complementary arts and wellness techniques, in an inclusive and inter-generational social setting, for transformation of body, mind and spirit. We will offer dance, drama, art and music classes for the whole family and community. Private sessions currently available.

WHO? Classes will be for all ages and abilities, and provided by art therapists, movement specialists, as well as other complementary practitioners — and collaborated with Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Yoga Therapy, Psychology, and Social Work.

HOW? Creative expression provides a voice to that which does not have words, and naturally instills efficacy. Through these social-emotional-physical benefits we:

Cultivate self-discovery ~ Promote inter-generation connections ~ Bring meaning to therapy ~ Support a life well-lived

WHERE? New space in Ventura opening January 2020. Currently under construction.

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Blending Western Therapy with Complementary Techniques

WHAT? Our well-researched method and philosophy takes the concepts of “holistic” and “biopsychosocial” to a deeper, broader level of wellness. This fresh style of intervention joins: traditional therapy practices, gentle body work, neuromuscular facilitation, therapeutic yoga, lifestyle coaching, mindfulness, meditation, self-awareness, spirituality, self-compassion as well as the individual’s meaning and purpose in life.

WHO? For your child, your parent or yourself — our individualized and comprehensive treatment sessions bring a unique approach to therapy. Our therapists (Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Yoga Therapy, Psychology Therapy, and Social Work) honor the inseparable nature of the human system and each body's inherent wisdom in restoring balance.

WHY? The result is a program rooted in the individual's own nature, manifested through personal and intrinsic motivation, brought to fruition through guided support to provide:

Empowering solutions ~ Achieve meaningful improvements ~ Doing what you want and need to do in daily life

Empowering a Life Well-Lived


  • Comprehensive Sessions -- 75 mins direct therapy allows for deeper assimilation

  • Licensed Clinicians -- Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Psychology

  • Yoga Therapy -- using breath with gentle modified movements (by certified or licensed therapists)

  • Expressive Arts Classes -- Group classes or privates with art therapists (Coming 2020)

  • Gentle bodywork: All Ages & Abilities -- tailored for alignment, release and integration of the body

  • Sensory Integration -- based on A. Jean Ayres’ theory

  • Home or Community Based Therapy -- wherever the service is desired

  • Home Modification Consultation -- Aging-In-Place, Sensory supporting environments, dementia support

  • Lectures -- local and national, including CEU courses with PESI, a foremost leader in continuing education

  • Workshops -- teachers, school districts, parents, assisted living homes, service organizations

  • Consultation & Collaboration -- teachers, parents, doctors, other providers

  • Retreats -- specialized groups, clergy, arts in wellness, and more

  • On-Line Support -- to facilitate integration into everyday life

  • Specializing in: Executive Dysfunction, Attention Deficit Disorders/ADHD, Social Skills, Angelman Syndrome, Post-Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, Dementia, Parkinson’s, Sensory Integration and Processing Disorders, and Emotional Dis-regulation: Anxiety and Depression, Handwriting & Fine Motor, Neuromuscular Facilitation, Myofascial Release, Gentle Touch Release, Reiki, Mindfulness and Meditation

  • Who we serve -- Click HERE to find out more


Foundational Concepts

Achieve life-style goals through a well-researched and clinically practiced philosophy.

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By truly and deeply supporting one person at a time, inspiring them for their own meaning and purpose, and promoting a life well lived, we can contribute toward a flourishing community. The healthy community in turn supports the individual in their well-being
— Lorelei Woerner, OTR/L, E-RYT500, C-IAYT