Tricia Hadley, D.C.
Dr. Hadley graduated from Northwestern Health Science University in August of 1993, earning a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and an Acupuncture license. During that time she was also certified through the Upledger Institute in Craniosacral Therapy. She has attended multiple postgraduate and certification seminars in Applied Kinesiology and Nutrition. In 2011 Dr. Hadley was trained in the Mayan Abdominal Therapy technique through the Arvigo Institute. She has taught classes through Valley Natural Foods and the Red Cross, Protect Your Back program.
Dr. Hadley currently lives in Minnetonka with her husband, two kids, and their two dogs. She is happy to be working in the community in which she lives.
Primary treatment services include:
– Applied Kinesiology
– Nutritional Therapies
– Mayan Abdominal Massage
– Craniosacral Therapy
– Laboratory Testing
Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Thursday: 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Craig Genereux, (Licensed Massage Therapist) LMT
Craig’s mission is to support people in achieving life balance and personal wellness. He is a firm believer in the inseparable connection between mind and body and using massage as a tool for relieving physical and emotional stress. With his 6+ years of experience and extensive training he is able to customize each individual experience. He has practiced with local health spas as well as being currently in private practice. His massage style ranges from stress reduction to sports/rehabilitation. He is also certified in east west massage and shiatsu.
Centerpoint Massage & Shiatsu School
– Swedish Massage
– Deep Tissue
– Hot & Cold Stone Therapy
– Sports and Rehabilitation
– Trigger Point Therapy
– Myofacial Release
East/West Massage Education 1300+ Hours
Sports and Rehabilitation Education
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Crystal Pfisterer, D.C.
Dr. Pfisterer was raised on a ranch in Wyoming before moving to Minnesota in 2005. She completed her doctoral degree in chiropractic, from Northwestern Health Sciences University, in April of 2009. Dr. Pfisterer has completed over 500 hours of post-doctoral training; from Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies, in functional neurology, balance disorders, neurodevelopmental conditions, and coma. Dr. Pfisterer is eligible for both a fellowship and diplomate in functional neurology from both the International Chiropractic Association and the American Chiropractic Association. Dr. Pfisterer is also a candidate for a professional master’s degree in neuroscience from the Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies.
In her free time, Dr. Pfisterer, enjoys lure coursing her sighthounds, running, scuba diving, rock climbing, camping, and canoeing with her family.
Primary treatment services include:
– Adjustment Techniques: Manually (using hands to adjust), Activator, and Arthrostim
– Manual Soft-tissue Techniques: Active Release Technique, Neurologic Relief Technique, and Sacro Occipital Technique
– Passive Therapeutic Services: Moist hot packs/cold packs, electrical muscle stimulation, micro-current, TENs, therapeutic ultrasound, and vibratory massage
Please see Genbooks online calendar for availability.
Zoe Holsather, Certified Reiki Practitioner
As a Reiki practitioner Zoe facilitates the space for you to relax and harness your own natural healing energy.
During a session you may choose to be seated on a chair/cushion or lie down (similarly to a typical massage) whichever is more comfortable for you. You will remain fully clothed and may choose no or light touch as Zoe applies the traditional Reiki technique. You may also choose quiet or guided conversation related to the areas we are working on during your session. We typically play meditative background music throughout your time in our office. As a part of your Reiki session we will create a plan to encourage continued relaxation and stress reduction between sessions. This plan may include relaxation breathing, meditation, yoga, visits to a massage therapist or simply building in 5-10 minutes daily for quiet re-centering.
Sessions for adults generally last one hour including time for discussion. Sessions for children are guided by age and attention span but generally last around 1/2 hour with time for discussion. Children usually draw energy to them very easily so sessions can be relaxed and light while still powerfully effective. *Please note that a parent or guardian remains in the room for all children under age 18.
Becoming a certified Reiki practitioner was an ideal complement to Zoe’s lifelong passion for natural health and continued study of western herbalism. Practicing Reiki allows her to focus her energy on teaching others to relax and use their own life force for self care. In her free time Zoe dances ballet, enjoys reading, world languages and spending time in nature.
Besides teaching wellness classes and prenatal/postnatal classes, Dr. Claire also teaches classes throughout metro area schools through her consulting company, Safe Spaces. She earned her Doctor of Naturopathy degree in 1994 (Clayton School of Natural Healing). During her time at Westside Natural Health Clinic (starting in 1992), she also worked as a chiropractic assistant, colonic therapist and lab technician. Dr. Claire lives in the Minnetonka area with her husband, they are proud parents of three adult children.