We are a comprehensive, integrative, progressive and holistic wellness resource for individuals and communities seeking to thrive.
We are a diverse family of health & fitness practitioners—Acupuncture, massage therapy, eastern nutritional counseling with herbal prescriptions, Aerial Silk & Yoga workshops, Sound Healing, meditation, corporate wellness and more.
We are an open, all-inclusive, non-judgmental and non-discriminating healing space. Our practitioners help people heal, learn, grow and thrive. Our non-profit aims to empower our Oakland community with affordable options for students, teachers, veterans and elders. We look forward to having you as part of our community at the Mohari Wellness.
Licensed Acupuncturist, Herbal & Eastern Medical Specialist
Neuromuscular Therapist & Health Educator
Quinn 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.
Musician, ritualist, artist, culture worker
Jeff Mooney has taught in the Bay Area, and various places in the US and Canada, for over 20 year. Jeff’s unique approach to rhythmic and vocal expression has developed through recognizing the power of human connection in a practice of collective joy. He sees interactive, mindful music as restorative to community health. Share your rhythm. Share your voice. Heal as one!
Her greatest superpower is to transform pain, fear & sickness, into wisdom, strength & freedom, and to help others to find their superpowers! Lucid has been on the Yogic path since 1994, five years into recovery from an abject early life of illness and abuse. On this journey she has learned many healing modalities. She does not subscribe to one ‘style’, but honors and integrates many. She is thriving as a mother, wife, teacher, community organizer, ritual leader & artist.
Lucid is fervent in her desire to help others thrive. She weaves the teachings of Yoga; movement, breath, meditation, & Non-Dual Tantrik philosophy w/ ritual & practice that acknowledge; season, celestial movements, and phases of life. She includes the use of sound healing & expressive arts. Her studies in neuroscience, cellular biology, nutrition, essential oils, Non-Violent Communication, earth magick, energy medicine, & Lifeline Healing Technique also inform her teaching.
Massage & Yoga Therapist
For over 20 years, Jim has taken basic bodywork – Swedish oil massage & Polarity techniques – and specialized in deeper injuries, addressed with mind/body/breathing awareness from Iyengar Yoga. This emerging field of Yoga Therapeutics works especially well with stress, neural compression (including sciatica to Repetitive Stress Injuries), deep structural problems, and what we call “mind/body injuries.”
Jim has worked with hundreds of clients, developing Yoga Therapeutics with a team of healers (acupuncturist, naturopath doctor, herbalist & chiropractor) at Oakland’s Harborside Health Center, as well as with a mental health clinic in San Francisco. Because of this record, the Int’l Assn of Yoga Therapists recognized him as meeting the standards for Yoga Therapist certification.
Yoga has emerged as a powerful tool available to all body types, impacting most all factors in complex injuries. Together we can deep bodywork into a practice: a very personal way to inhabit & become aware of your body, mind & spirit.