Ariel Mastrich, ND
Dr. Ariel Mastrich was born in New York and transplanted to the west coast years later. It was in Oregon, where she first discovered naturopathic medicine and holistic health care. She was introduced to herbal medicine and homeopathy, which showed her the body's amazing ability to heal itself without pharmaceuticals. This piqued her interest in natural medicine and started her journey towards becoming a physician.
Dr. Ariel loves working with children and their parents &/or guardians, in discussing current health issues, regular well-child physical exams, discussing vaccinations and working towards individualized health care for each & every child.
Dr. Ariel earned her Bachelors of Science in Sports Medicine & Biomedical Science from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. Afterwards, she returned to Oregon to obtain her Naturopathic Medical Degree.
Dr. Harmony Layne is a board-certified naturopathic physician committed to helping her patients achieve optimal health and wellness through individualized treatment programs and patient education. She completed her 4-year doctoral program at the oldest naturopathic medical school, National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon.
She grew up in Austin, Texas and graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Foods from Texas State University. Her strong belief in nutrition and the healing power of nature allowed her to pursue a degree in naturopathic medicine.
William Hibbitts, ND
Dr. William Hibbitts is a naturopathic doctor focusing on chronic pain, sports medicine, osteoarthritis, and ozone therapies. Dr. Hibbitts combines a rigorous comprehension of conventional medicine with an emphasis on natural treatment modalities.
Dr. Hibbitts’ journey to naturopathic medicine began with a trek in a remote part of the Andean highlands. There he encountered children who were so lacking in health care that they begged for medicine instead of candy or toys.
Shannon Reive-Schmidt, ND
Dr. Shannon Reive-Schmidt is a naturopathic doctor committed to individualized medicine. A native to the Pacific Northwest, she graduated with honors from Washington State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She received her naturopathic doctorate with honors in research from the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, OR. While there, she was involved in research at The Helfgott Research Institute and completed additional training from Ochs Labs to become a certified LENS neurofeedback practitioner. She has completed advanced courses in homeopathy with the New England School of Homeopathy, and has gained extensive training from leading practitioners in the field of bioidentical hormone therapy and women's health.
Theo Badger, ND, LAC
Dr. Theo Badger loves working with people and helping them on their journey of health! He believes that the doctor’s role is simple: to lend a helping hand when needed and to be a guide through physical, emotional, and spiritual obstacles when things get stuck.
Dr. Theo focuses on the use of acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, bodywork, kinesiology, botanical medicine, nutritional counseling, and homeopathy
Natalie Steen is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP), trained and certified through the Nutritional Therapy Association.
As a Nutritional Therapist, Natalie is trained to identify deficiencies and imbalances by addressing the six biochemical foundations in the body. Each client is unique, and proper nourishment can look very different from person to person. Nutritional Therapy is based on bio-individuality, rather than a 'one size fits all' approach. This functional nutrition concept allows for true healing to take place.
Natalie works in partnership with Naturopathic Physicians and with her clients, keeping them motivated and on track. With her clients individual goals in mind, she uses a holistic, real-food based approach to overcoming health issues and achieving optimal functioning & wellness.
Amaris McIlwain, LMP
Amaris McIlwain is a licensed massage practitioner committed to her client’s health and wellbeing, through the use of multiple modalities and massage techniques. She graduated with High Honors, from the massage program at Everest College, Vancouver, WA.
She first gained her love of massage from her grandfather, who was always giving massages to family members. Remembering how much better she felt after receiving a massage, started giving massages to her parents and siblings, and found that she was able to help relieve pain and tension in those she massaged.
Shaun Lyvers, LMP
Shaun Lyvers, LMP was introduced to massage and bodywork after sustaining injuries while playing sports and training martial arts. The bodywork that he received inspired him to seek out an education in the field and he believes that each session with a client is a chance to learn. Shaun’s therapeutic massage blends postural assessments, myofascial release techniques, deep tissue bodywork, Swedish and Tuina. Shaun graduated from East West College of Healing Arts and has continued to take courses in Structural Bodywork and other modalities.