Casey Rein - Owner / Licensed Acupuncturist
Casey Rein is a Board Certified (NCCAOM) Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc). He holds a Master of Science Degree in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He also holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Central Washington University.
Casey was first exposed to the benefits of acupuncture during his service as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nicaragua. He had the opportunity to study with Acupuncturist Humberto Real in Leon, Nicaragua for six months prior to beginning his formal education at Southwest Acupuncture College. He was amazed by what could be accomplished with just a few needles expertly inserted into various points on the body. A decade later he is still amazed by what this medicine can do.
Casey provides a compassionate, gentle form of oriental medicine utilizing a minimal number of needles and prescribing Chinese herbs, when necessary. The body simply needs a gentle nudge to initiate its own inherent healing abilities. He helps get the ball rolling.
Casey has been working with allergies for past eight years and he has been working specifically with the ASA Balance for the past three years.
Elizabeth Di Biase - Registered Dietitian
Elizabeth Di Biase, RD, LDN, Certified Wellness Coach, Weight Management Counselor and Registered Dietitian, is a holistic food and nutrition expert who has more than 15 years in the field of health and nutrition. She has worked in many areas of nutrition; including wellness, weight management, public health and clinical dietetics. Her “real food philosophy” encourages whole, fresh, natural plant based foods as the basis for building vibrant health. She believes that it is not necessary or desirable to become food obsessed; instead she supports intuitive eating by tapping into the present moment and learning to trust inner hunger and fullness cues.
Elizabeth has assisted many people in creating a healthy lifestyle in many areas of expertise that includes: weight management, celiac/gluten intolerance, irritable bowel/digestive disorders, menopause and aging, vegan/vegetarian/flexitarian, heart health, diabetes and sports performance.
Shannon Mason - Massage TherapistTouch is who I am and became an integral part of my life in 1996. I became a licensed massage therapist and healer because of the profound effect human touch has on the body. Everyday stress happens and simple touch can relieve that same stress. I listen to your needs and can observe the body but once I touch and listen to the body do I fully understand what the body needs. I have many kinds of massage that I use. I would describe my massage as deep tissue. My hope and goal when you leave my table you feel relaxed as well as relief from everyday stress.
I am a Colorado state registered massage therapist. I graduated from Colorado School of Healing Arts in Lakewood Colorado In 2003. Certificate as a Physical Therapy Aid in 1996 from Pima Medical Institute in Denver. Certificates in Aromatherapy, Hot Stone Massage, Structural Integration, Body Typing and Meridans. I have my second degree as a Reiki practicer and recently took my first craniosacral class. I look forward to more education in bodywork.
Kimberly Flory - Director / Office Manager
Kimberly Flory is the Director of Marketing and Office Manager. Originally from Michigan, she graduated from Western Michigan University with a B.S. in Communications and Marketing. She moved to Colorado in 2009 to live a healthier lifestyle and found herself intrigued by alternative medicine.