Meet Your Support Team

We are a team of holistic health practitioners committed to empowering you by helping you build a toolbox of skills and strategies needed to achieve a more complete sense of well-being.



Jessica's expertise centers around holistic wellness and behavior change. From yoga to aromatherapy to neuroscience on behavior change, she is informed by a variety of modalities in her practice, all with one goal in mind: physical and emotional well-being. She loves working with folks who face complex health issues, including autoimmune diseases, diabetes and other chronic conditions because it's so rewarding to witness them heal and take back their sense of well-being, much like she's done in her own life. 

Jessica in a nut-shell: Mama x4. INFJ. Yogi. Foodie. Feminist. Plant Lover. Creative. Forever Student.


Registered Nurse

Robin has been Registered Nurse for over 33 years, receiving her Bachelors Degrees in Nursing, Psychology and English from the University of South Dakota. Working as a nurse in cardiac, behavioral and school nursing, she has seen the impact stress plays on our body, mind and health. She uses biofeedback to help you to connect with your body to reduce pain, manage stress, headaches, smoking cessastion and so much more. She is also a reiki master and loves the benefits of essential oils. 

Robin in a nut-shell: Mama x3. Nurse. Artist. Healer. Hiker. Traveler. Life Changer. Wellness Advocate.


specializing in trauma

Julie has a great deal of experience working with individuals with depression, anxiety and PTSD, as well as families with various interpersonal issues. Clients often seek her to assist in navigating through difficult relationships with family members, as well as coping with recent or past traumas. Using EMDR and Havening, she teaches clients that they can lessen negative emotional and physical reactions to past trauma. Mind-body connection is an integral part of her practice.

Julie in a nut-shell: Mama x3. Foodie. Avid Exerciser. Lover of movies, travel and books.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist 

Dr. Heather Bass is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of clinical experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families, with diverse backgrounds and issues.  Her expertise lies in the areas of Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, Attention Deficit Disorder, chronic medical conditions, learning and developmental issues, behavioral issues  and Childhood Trauma.

Heather in a nut-shell: Coffee Lover. Active Mom. 

Licensed massage & Craniosacral therapist, herbalist

Erica is an intuitive healer and the founder of Holistic Bodywork. She brings nearly a decade of experience in the holistic health field to her clients. Her expertise in body mechanics, intuitive healing, and energy work allows for a deeper understanding of root causes of pain and discomfort. She believes that we become empowered in our own well-being when we understand how to heal ourselves physically, mentally, and emotionally; her work supports you through that process.

Erica in a nut-shell: Intuitive healer. Artist. Dog mom. Terrarium-making hobbyist. 


Terra Santos

Terra is a trauma-informed yoga teacher, health coach, and the founder of Wellness with Terra. She helps people transform emotions, beliefs, memories, and thoughts both on and off the yoga mat. She works with those desiring to achieve optimal health and energy so they may live fulfilling and joyful lives. Terra believes true healing involves addressing the physical, emotional, and spiritual parts of ourselves - as a whole. She uses a variety of tools for growth including yoga, mindfulness, somatic awareness, positive psychology, FEFT, and NLP.

Terra in a nut shell: Learner. Encourager. Joy-finder. Empowerer. Wife. Mama x5 + a goldendoodle.

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