Dr. Jules Bogdanski, DAOM L.Ac.

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. Specializing in women’s health, she enjoys supporting women across the age spectrum with all types of health concerns.

Jules has extensive training in reproductive health and fertility. In addition to offering treatment, her sweet spot is helping people map out their conception journey – gently guiding them towards appropriate and timely interventions, when needed. Jules is fluent in IUI and IVF protocols, and can help you navigate this particularly bumpy road. She is passionate in supporting all individuals in their conception journeys, including queer families and single parents by choice. 

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

Gabriela Curbelo, MSOM L.Ac.

Gabi earned her Master’s degree of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College in Berkeley. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Latin American Economic Development from Middlebury College.

Gabi believes in the innate strength and resilience in pregnant and postpartum people and she is passionate about easing prenatal discomforts and nurturing those who are postpartum. As a new mother herself, she draws on her own experiences with pregnancy and birth to care for others. Having had a hospital birth as well as a homebirth, Gabi respects and honors the way acupuncture supports each unique fertility journey.

Gabi also specializes in facial rejuvenation, offering both cosmetic acupuncture and microneedling sessions. She is passionate about supporting her clients in looking and feeling their best. Her approach aims to reduce signs of aging on the surface, while addressing internal factors that contribute to premature aging, inflammation, and hormone imbalance. 

Outside of the clinic, Gabi enjoys reading, playing soccer, and having dance parties with her two young kiddos.

Sheila Shahmirza, MSTCM L.Ac.

Sheila holds a Master’s Degree in Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine from the  Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College in Berkeley, as well as a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Health from San Francisco State University. 
Sheila has a passion for helping people access their innate healing capacity and to feel their best throughout all chapters of their life.
She provides comprehensive and integrative care to address a wide variety of issues across women’s health, autoimmune disorders, digestive health, pain management, stress, anxiety, insomnia, as well as support with allergies and seasonal changes.  
Sheila’s approach to healing draws on the wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine to bring harmony and balance to the physical and emotional body. She focuses on individualized, whole person wellness by incorporating acupuncture, functional medicine, herbs and supplements, and lifestyle counseling into each session.
When not in the clinic, Sheila enjoys hiking with her dog, trail running, cooking, and spending time with her family. 

Eliza Lorraine, CMT

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. Her best friend is her Border Collie, Salix, and she loves teaching him new tricks, practicing Qi Gong, gardening, tasting good wine, and making diorama art.

Liz Angiello, CMT

Liz Angiello, CMT has been on a journey to support healing for two decades. In 2003, she graduated from the Palmer Institute of Massage and Bodywork, where she studied both Western and Eastern massage styles. Liz also has a degree in Expressive Art Therapy from Lesley University, and studied traditional Chinese medicine at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco.
Each step of the way she learned more about her own internal healing and how that could radiate outwards to help others.

Liz practices a flowing style of massage, listening and responding to the needs of your body. She incorporates techniques from Swedish, Structural, Thai Massage, Polarity, Tui Na, and Shiatsu.   She loves to work at a variety of depths and pressures, accommodating your comfort level, to relax your body and mind, facilitating the release of patterns that are no longer serving you.

In her spare time, Liz enjoys having adventures with her kids and taking care of way too many pets.


Dana is a certified massage therapist and full spectrum doula. She combines her diverse bodywork training in prenatal and postpartum massage, shiatsu, acupressure, Swedish, deep tissue, cupping and abdominal therapy to support balance, relaxation, safety, and release in the body.

Her sessions can look like deep specific injury work, subtle energetic unwinding and nervous system soothing, whole body integration, or a combination depending on your unique needs.

Dana believes nurturing therapeutic touch can give our bodies permission to transform and heal from past trauma, lingering injuries, energetic stuckness, and physical and emotional patterns that lead to tension, fatigue, and pain. Her work is rooted in trauma-informed and gender-affirming care with the belief that your body holds deep wisdom.

Dana’s work is fueled by a yearning for a world that includes accessible and compassionate healthcare for all bodies. Outside of this work, Dana loves gardening, swimming, experimenting in the kitchen, and being with beloved community.

Raven & Wren Wellness

2831 Seventh St. Berkeley, CA 94710



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