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Serenity Holistic Health is home to a group of amazing independent healers.  Explore the different healing services that each practitioner has to offer and their individual website to schedule with them below

Samatha Bio
Education
Bachelor's of Science: Healthy Lifestyles Coaching, ASU
California Certified Massage Therapsit
Fullerton College
Certified Prenatal Massage Therapist
Somatic Institute
Certified Nutrition Coach
Food Matters Institute
Integrative Sound Healing Practitionar
Sound Healing Academy
Reiki Healer, Lvl 1 & 2
The Healing Trinity

Samantha Ali

Medical & Intuitive Bodywork
Integrative Sound Healing
Reiki/Energy Work
Health Coach

Samantha has been in the healing arts for nearly two decades with a passion for encouraging the natural healing of the body, mind, and spirit through energetic alignment, balance, and harmony within the system. Her bodywork is a focused, intuitive combination of different modalities that are tailored to each individual’s unique needs that encourage the body to do what it innately does, heal itself.

 

Samantha has an extensive background in dance and movement therapy including physical therapy, yoga therapy, and personal training which have given her knowledge of acute and chronic injury rehabilitation as well as an understanding of movement and energetics of the body. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Healthy Lifestyles Coaching with a focus on Holistic Nutrition and is a Certified Nutrition Coach. She is a lifelong student of the healing arts and loves to share her knowledge with others.

Bodywork Modalities include deep tissue, trigger point therapy, prenatal/postnatal, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, integrative sound therapy, reiki/energy work, lymphatic drainage, therapeutic stretching, therapeutic cupping, aromatherapy, movement education.

Christina Bonnafoux

Mental Health Therapist
Reiki Master
Transformation Coach

Christina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Energy Practitioner, Transformation Coach, and founder of Soul Remedy Wellness. She specializes in working with people who are struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions, heart break, and trauma. Christina supports you to trust the innate wisdom of your body and mind to overcome blocks that are preventing you from feeling good and living the life you want. 

 

She takes time to prioritize your wellbeing in mind, body, spirit, and help you develop skills to overcome anxiety, stress, and depression. She guides you to better understand the connection between thought patterns, past experiences, emotions, and behaviors that may be creating difficulties in your life and impacting your health and well-being. 


It is her calling to help others to gain insight and the necessary tools to heal themselves.

Chritina Bio

Cristine Rainer

Mental Health Therapist

Cristine specializes in working with children, teens, and families who are struggling with problem behaviors, school, and learning challenges.

 

She enjoys helping people of all ages to understand themselves and others, to grow to see their unique potential, find their voice, and increase their well-being and skills to cope with difficult emotions and experiences. Her goal is not just to help people to ease emotional suffering, but to learn to thrive. 

Cristine's style is to explore all sides of a topic with her clients. She rarely gives directive advice because she respects and values the freedom of choice each person has on their journey. Cristina provides education throughout her sessions and adapts her support and techniques to the needs of the individual and their goals. She views the therapeutic process as a co-creation and adapt sessions to the desires and needs her my clients.

 

Many person-centered therapists are considered “nod and smile” therapists, but with Cristine you will receive unconditional positive regard with an interactive, problem-solving, growth-minded approach. She personally believes that tactful confrontation and encouragement is a necessary part of behavior change and without those reflections of self, change and growth may be slow. Appropriate therapeutic intervention is a measured balance of compassion and reflection.

Cristine Bio
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