Dr. Jules Bogdanski, DAOM L.Ac. (she/her)

Dr. Jules Bogdanski received her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, and completed her Master’s of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences in Oakland. 

Jules is also a certified functional medicine practitioner, completing her training with Dr. Aviva Romm, MD, through the New Medicine Institute for Women. 

Jules has extensive training in reproductive health and fertility. In addition to offering treatment for infertility, Jules is fluent in IUI and IVF protocols. She is passionate in supporting all individuals in their conception journeys, including queer families and single parents by choice. 

Jules is passionate about empowered aging, and offers unique treatments combining holistic skincare with acupuncture. She also offers collagen induction therapy through microneedling. She is also a Marie Veronique skincare partner.

Outside of the clinic, Jules enjoys running for physical and mental health, and hanging out with her two kiddos, Raven and Wren. 

Rebecca Thieneman, MS RDN (she/her)

Practicing for over a decade, Rebecca is an integrative registered dietitian, herbalist, and mind-body educator providing comprehensive nutrition and lifestyle recommendations rooted in both modern research and traditional healing methods to support health and well-being.

Rebecca helps people recover from stress, and address relative imbalances of the gut, hormones, and nervous system. Engaging principles of intuitive eating, her support provides a safe space for people to repattern their relationship with food and body.

Inspired by the rhythms of nature, Rebecca is passionate about seasonal living, and cultivating a felt sense of connection through cyclical food and lifestyle rituals. Her guidance draws on deep training in functional nutrition, medicinal plants, and mind-body medicine to help people feel holistically supported on their journey.

Rebecca has a special love for building community, and regularly hosts workshops, and sound healings, at Raven & Wren Wellness.

Reggie jones, cmt (He/him)

Reggie’s therapeutic massage experience includes practicing with professional sports teams (SC Warriors & Raiders), university sports teams (UC Berkeley & UCSC), and the San Francisco Ballet.

Reggie employs a fusion of Eastern mindfulness and Western kinesiology to assist the body’s rehabilitative and restorative processes. 

For the last decade, Reggie’s pursued specialized certifications in Orthopedic Massage, Advanced Sports Massage, Active Release Techniques (ART), Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST), and Soft Tissue Release (STR), and Lomi Lomi, a style of Hawaiian bodywork.

Reggie’s bodywork sessions benefit all-level athletes, weekend warriors, desktop decathletes, injury rehabbers, chronic pain sufferers, performing artists, musicians, dancers, martial artists, surfers, paddlers and any-body seeking the benefits of comprehensive massage. 

Reggie holds degrees from Cal Poly, Pomona where he played division II college basketball. He is a first-call professional percussionist and teaches Djembefola as a Master Djembe Drummer.

Salix & Eliza Lorraine, CMT (She/her/They/Them)

Eliza practices massage with a “listening touch,” holding space for the body to unwind by tapping into its innate healing ability. She shows up to her bodywork practice with a strong, grounded presence. 

Eliza assists clients with releasing chronic holding patterns, sleep difficulties, acute injuries, and has a special love for working with prenatal and postnatal clients. She is trained in acupressure, tui na, craniosacral, swedish techniques, and cupping.

Eliza has a background in women’s health, herbal medicine, and meditation. She is passionate about self-care, and strives to develop lasting relationships with those who are invested in their own long term health and looking to foster more complete awareness within themselves.

Eliza is a Bay Area native who feels a deep connection with the oak covered hillsides, bay breezes, and secret canyons. She enjoys practicing Qi Gong, gardening, tasting good wine, and making diorama art.

Her best friend is her border collie, Salix – a real sweetheart, he is usually not far behind Eliza, and is eager to offer his healing presence  during massage sessions (if you’re okay with it).