Wellness

Dr. Robert Reif was a household name around the White Bear area in the 1950s and 1960s. His downtown office was one of several general practitioners who served our community, but his brand of care had a special touch.

Inside the trendy hotspot in White Bear, nestled above Mizu Japanese in Boatworks Commons, is a relatively new yoga studio, Studio One Yoga, which offers “yoga for everyone,” says Dariush Moslemi, co-owner with his wife, Sarah.

Advance Therapy, the pediatric occupational, physical and speech therapy clinic that opened in White Bear Lake last fall, helps children and their families with a wide variety of challenges, using a number of evidence-based techniques.

Marie Smith created the Bullenbees skin care line because she had been struggling with skin issues. “My entire life I’ve had reactions to everything,” Smith says. “I get rashes from everything, and everything makes me break out.”

Natalia Hals doesn’t remember much about her daughter’s first year. Even though Raygen, now 19, was a good baby, Hals remembers feeling like she was drowning. All she could manage was work and sleep.

There are a handful of things that make Dr. Stephen Jaksa a bit different from your average dentist, but it starts with the fact that he graduated from the University of Minnesota’s dental school at the age of 24.

Marriage and family counselor Kris Anderson opened her own practice in May in White Bear Lake, and her desire for “clients to feel safe and validated in the space,” can be seen throughout her office, appropriately named Space for Healing Co

Fall in Minnesota is a wild card among seasons, with weather extremes that can range from summer-like, 80-degree weather to plowable snow. It’s the time to get ready for the long winter ahead—for pet owners, too. Dr.

Cindy Senarighi was born to be a healer. From the physical to the mental to the spiritual, she’s been healing others all her life.

David Swanson, a certified consulting hypnotist and owner of Hypnotic Progressions, has had his business in White Bear Lake for over five years.

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