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Practitioners

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Jennifer Werner-Clinton

Licensed Physical Therapist (PT),
CranioSacral Therapist (CST)

Jen has been a Physical Therapist for decades and has experience working in the areas of Neurology, Orthopedics, Chronic Pain, Sports Medicine, Pediatrics, and Geriatrics. She got her Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Wisconsin - Madison in 1990.

Jen then became skilled in CranioSacral Therapy (CST) back in 2012, and ever since then, she has found CST invaluable in helping clients who have been failed by traditional medicine alone. She got her CST certification after getting trained through the Upledger Institute and Suzanne Scurlock.

To learn more about Jen and her business, Integrative Healing, visit her website

Lisa Lacy

Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Crystal Healer, Advanced Energy Medicine, & Herbalist

Lisa is a licensed Massage Therapist, certified Hypnotherapist, certified Crystal Healer, energy worker and Herbalist. She graduated from the Wisconsin School of Massage Therapy in 2011, the Hibiscus Moon Crystal Academy in 2015, and the INLP Hypnotherapy Course in 2020. She is a trained practitioner of Huna, Advanced Energy Medicine and Access Bars.

 

Additionally, for over two decades, Lisa has studied Nutrition, Western Herbalism, shamanic practice and the science in spirit extensively with an intense interest in Quantum Physics. She is also an ordained minister of the Universal Life Church.

 

Lastly, Lisa is learning to garden, both food and medicinal plants, by learning to listen to nature and work in balance, for a healthy flourishing ecosystem. She's also an avid reader, seeking always to learn more. She is passionate about what she knows and it shines through in all she does.

There are currently no licensing or certification requirements for Herbalist at this time in this country, though there are certification and credentialing guilds. Lisa has rebel political reasons why she wishes to avoid certification and credentialing, however she maintains a personal standard to meet or exceed requirements of such establishments and has been a studying and practicing family Herbalist for more than a decade. She belongs to an online community of well respected herbalists of which she relies on for up-to-date research, news, classes and council, if she is in need.

To learn more about Lisa and her services, visit her website