Vikki‘s interest in health began years ago as she was working in the fast-paced hospitality industry. She began to embrace a preventative approach to her health with an emphasis on anti-aging. When Vikki discovered the profound benefits of cleansing she decided to pursue an education in colon hydrotherapy so she could enrich the lives of others though this experience. Vikki’s out going and compassionate personality puts her clients instantly at ease. She empathizes with others who have started on similar paths to discovering their own health potential and supports them on their journey. Vikki is a strong believer in the importance of educating her clients about the digestive system, cleansing, and the colon hydrotherapy process. Her down to earth style allows her to explain these concepts in a manner that is easy to understand and retain.
Julie Rogers, RN is a health educator, advanced Level I-ACT Certified Colon Hydrotherapist, cleansing coach and Master Pilates trainer to those seeking support on their journey to improve their quality of life! For over a decade she has specialized in tissue cleansing with a focus on tailored detox programs that target specific organ systems. With her well-rounded experience in health and fitness, Julie understands the uniqueness of each individual and expertly guides to meet specific needs. She is passionate about sharing longevity practices and tools that promote a positive lifestyle. Julie has also been teaching movement arts as a professional Pilates and yoga teacher for over 20 years. She works well with a wide range of clientele from the beginner to the pro athlete. She teaches with compassion, an open heart and intention to connect to our own internal teacher.
Dana Byrd, M.A., has joined Natural Flow to offer psychotherapy services to our clients. She specializes in Nutritional Psychology, utilizing a clinically researched approach to healing addictions, mood disorders,depression, anxiety, weight loss and eating disorders. She works in conjunction with Dr. Vitaro to test for health issues - such as blood sugar, hormone, or brain chemistry imbalances - that can contribute to depression, addictions, weight gain and many other physical and psychological issues. In 2001, Dana left a successful, but unfulfilled, Bay Area high-tech career to study psychotherapy. She completed Naropa University‘s Contemplative Psychotherapy Master’s program because she felt it most closely aligned with her personal beliefs about people. Dana believes that we are all intrinsically healthy but at times we lose sight of that. Her philosophy is based on the notion of "brilliant sanity," meaning that there is a seed of sanity in all of our neuroses, and that our unhealthy ways of coping come from earlier times in our lives when those coping mechanisms were necessary for survival. They served their purpose at one time; however, they may no longer be of use to us.
Bringing great compassion and understanding to the struggles of the human journey, she strives to meet clients where they are and help them learn to pay attention to habitual patterns with friendliness and curiosity. This leads to insight and the ability to change one’s life. Contemplative psychotherapy is particularly useful for moving from habitual reactions to the ability to respond authentically in the present moment. This can profoundly affect our experience of stress, anxiety, depression, and our relationship with ourselves and others. Experienced as both a life coach and a psychotherapist, Dana brings a well-rounded and honest perspective to the challenges life presents. She also carries a deep passion for taking a holistic approach to achieving optimal wellness. Dana works with adults, adolescents and children. Her main focus is helping people who are struggling with anxiety, depression, addictions, weight loss and eating disorders.