Do to the pandemic we have evolved into a mobile wellness clinic & Lo-Fi Kava lounge for events.
We are a family practice specializing in Eastern Medicine (acupuncture, therapeutic massage, nutrition, & herbal prescriptions). We also run our mobile Lo-Fi Kava Lounge founded by Dr.A.
Our families purpose is to help people heal, learn, grow and thrive. We look forward to being part of your community.
Licensed Acupuncturist, Herbal & Eastern Medical Specialist
Dr. August-G Varlack founder of www.OaklandAcupuncture.com and Dr. A’s www.LoFiKava.com has over 21 years of clinical practice. Through his years of treating patients & earning his doctorate, he has honed his skills in pain management, fertility, pre & post natal care, fatigue, insomnia & stress management. His mobile wellness lounge features his Lo-Fi Kava elixirs that are designed to provide a healthy buzz, while being an alcohol replacement.
Neuromuscular Therapist & Health Educator
Christina is a passionate Certified Massage Therapist, practicing mainly Deep Tissue modalities. She has taken her skills to the next level by completing courses in Active Release Technique around the nation, and has practiced therapeutic massage in a Chiropractic office for over seven years. Outside of Mohari, she is inspired by yoga, meditation, exercise, and a whole lot of music.
“Massage has done a great deal for me besides just being a physical career. Its teachings have gone beyond the massage table and crept into my life spiritually. Practicing massage allows me to deeply connect with my own body, to have a better sense of patience, and challenges me to grow in all parts of my life. I love my job with my whole heart, and am grateful to show up for it every single day.”
Acupuncturist and Clinic Supervisor at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Monika Kobylecka is a licensed acupuncturist who practices a unique style of Japanese acupuncture called Kiiko Matsumoto style of acupuncture. In addition to her private practice, she received privileges at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where she treats young patients and is a clinic supervisor for the CHLA-YSU Pediatric Acupuncture Program.
Her current practice was shaped by meeting renowned Japanese practitioner Kiiko Matsumoto in 2004 and learning this master’s unique style – an interactive and practical approach to acupuncture, something that a patient doesn’t have to believe is working; they can feel it working right during the treatment.