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Meet the LGYM Tribe!

Updated: Oct 2, 2022

We are here to offer a gift of healing, in the form of bodywork, classes, and community.
Irene Radley, CMT ABT
Owner and Practitioner

Irene hails from the Philippines via the New York Tri-state area. A local Lemon Grove resident, Irene is proud to bring her vast experience as a Qigong Practitioner and Deep Stretch Class Instructor to LGYM. She currently has a full Medical Massage Therapy practice (CAMTC # 27705) at her Pacific Beach office and is an Adjunct Faculty of Tui Na (Chinese Physiotherapy) and Stretching and Traction at Pacific College of Health and Science. She is a Reiki Master, a Neurolinguistic Coach, and a Qigong Teacher Trainer. She is happy to connect the community of Lemon Grove with the amazing team of practitioners she has gathered, and hopes to facilitate special programming in the near future.

Valerie Flores, CMT ABT
Practitioner

Valerie is a Certified Massage Therapist, specializing in Asian Bodywork. She enjoys creating a balanced bodywork session by incorporating Energy therapy, 5 element theory of Chinese medicine, classical Swedish/Deep Tissue, and Lymphatic Drainage techniques. She believes that the power of touch and the energy we surround ourselves with are the fundamental keys to a better life. Her massages blend relaxing, soothing work with deep and effective healing. Her work has been described as “Practical, but Magical!” Val is committed to education and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.

Dr. Jeff Odnert
Licensed Acupuncturist

Jeff Odnert is a licensed doctor of Chinese Medicine in the state of California. He trained at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, CA where he received a combined Master’s and Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. He practices acupuncture and herbology with a strong foundation in Traditional and Classical Chinese Medicine. He aims to incorporate systems of Japanese acupuncture as well as Sports Medicine and orthopedic techniques.


Bonnie Love, CMT ABT
Practitioner

Bonnie Love is a certified massage therapist (CMT) and Level II attuned Reiki practitioner. Bonnie completed her massage education in December 2019 at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and is now pursuing her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM). Her training includes such modalities as Swedish, deep tissue, sensory repatterning, Tui Na, craniosacral therapy, gua sha and cupping, as well as study in aromatherapy techniques such as raindrop therapy. Bonnie understands that each person’s health journey is uniquely theirs and blends these modalities to fit the unique needs of each individual.



Jayme LaForte
Yoga Instructor

Jayme was formally trained and received her 200 hour CYT in Hatha Yoga in Oceanside, California. From there she pursued trauma-based yoga and taught for a non-profit called Connected Warriors. During that time she received my 300 hour CYT, in Indonesia, in Hatha, Yin and Vinyasa flow. Trauma-based yoga is her passion, to be able to help those who suffer from post-traumatic stress or have gone through a traumatic experience. This also led into further study of yin and restorative yoga, as they have similar benefits, which continue to teach and practice today. She is also pursuing her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM) at Pacific College of Health and Science.
Ron Garcia
Massage Therapist

Is a graduate of the Massage Therapy/Asian Bodywork program at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. He is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association and is a Certified Massage Therapist (CMT). He uses Tui Na, Thai, deep tissue, circulatory, and advanced techniques to alleviate aches, pains, and discomforts. He is currently a candidate for a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.






COMING SOON!

Larissa Horvath (not pictured)
Yoga Instructor

Wannapa Martinez (not pictured)
Massage Therapist

Meryl Hamilton (not pictured)
Yoga Instructor
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