Phone: (530) 771-7421
1205 Drake Dr. Suite A, Davis Ca. 95616
Our goal is to provide alternative medical care that will reverse and prevent disease using the fundamental healing principles of mind-body medicine. Our results prove the best way to heal the natural body is naturally without pharmaceuticals.
We care about your well being and will provide you with guidance, knowledge, and tools needed to be healthy. We are here to help you achieve optimal wellness.
Rasa Sammy, L.Ac. has been practicing acupuncture, Chinese medicine and massage since 1999. She received her training at Five Branches Institute (College for Traditional Oriental Medicine) in Santa Cruz, CA, the American School of Botanical Medicine and the Massage Therapy Institute. Prior to joining the Davis Holistic Health Center, Rasa practiced acupuncture and Chinese medicine with medical doctors in several different areas of specialization, including a large Sutter affiliated neck and spinal care orthopedic surgery and physical medicine and rehabilitation center, an Integrative functional medicine and neurology practice and a family practice and Ob/Gyn clinic focused on women’s health and fertility. Rasa served as acupuncturist for the UC Irvine Graduate Student Wellness Clinic faculty and helped develop and was course director at the UC Irvine College of Medicine’s Introduction to Oriental Medicine Program, teaching acupuncture to medical students, residents and physicians. Her areas of specialization address chronic and acute pain and musculoskeletal injuries, arthritis and joint problems, women’s health and fertility, migraine and tension headaches, digestion, asthma, and allergies. She has extensive training in both Chinese and Western herbs. She is also trained in massage therapy and is a master teacher level Reiki practitioner. To schedule an appointment with Rasa, book online, or call the office at (530) 771-7421.
Acupuncture is a form of treatment that involves inserting very thin needles through a person's skin at specific points on the body, to various depths. Research suggests that it can help relieve pain, and it is used for a wide range of other complaints.
Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.
Herbal medicine, also known as herbal-ism or botanical medicine, is a medical system based on the use of medical herbs, plants or plant extracts.
Massage: The therapeutic practice of manipulating the muscles and limbs to ease tension and reduce pain. It can be effective for reducing the symptoms of disorders or pain in the muscles and nervous system, and it is often used to reduce stress.
Lesha Kastl is a skilled massage therapist with 13 years experience. She brings a diverse skill set and has worked within athletic, spa, and chiropractic settings. She understands that every person has unique challenges and preferences, and prides herself in being able to hone into the needs of each individual. She fuses clinically based, deep tissue, and myofascial techniques to both calm and relax. Adding stretching, movement, and kneading to provide a restorative, therapeutic treatment that aids in the body’s natural healing process. Lesha is committed to sharing her knowledge and resources and often recommends stretches and corrective exercises to support clients in meeting their goals of well-being.
Bryan Kastl is a skilled Massage Therapist with 25 years experience. Bryan specializes in injury specific, therapeutic deep tissue and trigger point massage with the intention of relieving muscular pain and dysfunction. He enjoys working with clients who want to overcome on-going muscular pain and soreness in order to live happier, healthier lives. Bryan has had great success helping clients who are dealing with pain, headaches, and postural dysfunction. Bryan is committed to sharing his knowledge and resources and often recommends stretches and corrective exercises to support clients in meeting their goals of well-being.