Saskia Kleinert, NC. CMT. -
About Me
I have been serving clients in my private health and massage practice since 1993.
 
I am is certified in many different styles of massage therapy, orthopedic therapy, health education and nutrition. I studied in Europe, Asia and the U.S.
I received my nutritional education from Hawthorn University and through courses from Dr. Andrew Weil’s Institute of Integrative Medicine.
 
My approach to health care and nutrition is holistic, science-based and cutting-edge.
 
I did the following courses with A. Weil:
 
  • Nutrition & Botanicals for Cancer
  • Nutrition & Botanicals for Prostate Cancer
  • Nutrition & Botanicals for Cardiovascular Disease
  • Nutrition & Botanicals for Depression & Anxiety
  • Environmental Medicine
 
I was on the faculty of the National Holistic Institute in Emeryville, CA for 4 years, where I taught massage therapy and health education.
I have 19 years of experience in the Martial Arts and hold the rank of 3rd degree Black Belt.
Having grown up in Switzerland, I am  is able to draw from the country’s long-lived tradition of natural approaches to health care. I was raised using herbal treatments, juice fasts, nutritional remedies and hydrotherapy as the treatments of choice for many of the common ailments.
 
I am very passionate about health and healthy living and loves to share my knowledge with my clients. I take a holistic view of the person in customizing my health protocols.
 
My goal is to bring equilibrium to the body, mind and spirit through integrative health and wellness care.
 
I am also the founder and Director of the Emeryville Health & Wellness Center, a successful multi-practitioner center in the San Francisco Bay Area.
 
For more information on the Emeryville Health & Wellness Center go to
 
 
Location:
1240 Powell street 2a
Emeryville, CA 94608
 
Contact:
510-653-8263
 
 
 
 
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