About Us

At Adagio, our clients report a consistent experience. We offer a respectful, peaceful and balanced environment for all who enter our door. Our practice has been built with quality treatments, great relationships and integrity. We invite you to experience the difference that vibrant health and well-being will make in your everyday life.

Adagio professionals assist clients effectively toward their goals in the present; respecting the past, with an eye to the future. We are a holistic practice. At Adagio, this means consistently practicing the art and science of treating the whole individual. Whether you are receiving a treatment for acute or chronic pain or other health issues, an herbal, nutrition or lifestyle consultation, hypnotherapy session or simply discussing your health goals, your situation and patterns are unique. Thus, reaching your goals will be as well.

  • Kimberly S. HartNCBTMB, NGH, Minister

    Kimberly has always had a passion for Natural Health and Indigenous Healing Methods. She has been actively practicing in holistic health since 1993 when she founded Adagio Holistic Therapies, LLC. Through personal and professional experience she has integrated and formed a unique method of working with clients and students. Kimberly employs indigenous philosophy and techniques taught to her by the Elders of Central America as well as Western and Eastern traditions. [ Read More …]
  • Erin HanlonCMT

    Erin has been studying and practicing therapeutic massage and bodywork since 2000. After experiencing therapeutic massage herself, she was inspired to learn more about the mind, body and soul’s healing abilities through the power of therapeutic touch. Erin has worked in a variety of settings including chiropractic clinics, wellness centers and spas. Erin combines her knowledge of multiple modalities to customize a massage specific to your individual needs. Whether it is relaxation, fertility, digestion, prenatal and post-partum or focused deep tissue rehab work, Erin will take very good care of you. [ Read More …]
  • Jenni Oman

    Jenni Oman began to study massage therapy after experiencing the benefits for herself, as a dancer and performing artist. She graduated from the East/West program at Centerpoint School of Massage and Shiatsu, and holds additional training from the Swedish Institute of New York and the Institute for Integrative Healthcare for Prenatal Massage and Chronic Pain Management. [ Read More …]
  • Keyena McKenzieNaturopath, Midwife, CPM

    Keyena’s interest in naturopathic medicine and midwifery was kindled while working as a horse pack wilderness ranger in the southern Rocky Mountains of New Mexico more than 30 years ago. It was in those sacred mountains that she was introduced to her first medicinal plant, osha root (Ligusticum porteri), a plant that grows above 7500’ elevation and is used for it’s potent anti-viral properties.  From that meeting forward, while working as a ranger, she always carried a nub of osha root in her horse’s saddlebags when she was on trail for extended periods of time. It was from there that she stepped onto the path of inquiry into the healing power of nature, botanical medicine in it’s many forms, therapeutic nutrition, homeopathy, midwifery, cupping and Holistic Abdominal Relief Therapy (the H.A.R.T. Method). Knowing that these modalities are the medicine that can profoundly affect the true well-being of those she serves, she offers these deeply effective therapies to those who are searching and preparing for a higher, more resonant level of wellness.  It is the medicine of our ancestors worldwide, the medicine of contemporary research and the medicine that brings about deep and lasting alignment when incorporated into our daily lives. [ Read More …]
  • Laura S. RandallCMT, BCTMB, BA

    Laura Randall is a Certified Massage Therapist, Integrative Medicine Practitioner, and Qigong practitioner. She holds a certificate from St. Paul College in Massage Therapy and a B.A. degree in Biological Aspects of Conversation and Environmental Studies at UW-Madison.  She is Board Certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB). Laura practices as an Integrative Medicine Massage Therapist with the Penny George Institute for Health and Healing at Mercy Hospital.  She provides labor support with bodywork, positioning, and awareness to support optimal birth outcomes and support families postpartum.  She holds a private practice offering bodywork to support women’s health, including fertility and perinatal. She teaches individuals somatic practices to balance mind-body-spirit through movement, self-awareness, and nature. [ Read More …]
  • Loyola (Loey) Colebeck

    Loyola is a clinical Flower Essence Therapist accredited through SEDIBAC (Catalonia Society for the Study and Diffusion of Dr. Bach’s Therapy). She facilitates mind-body health integration with a Chinese medicine and classical homeopathic approach to flower essences, as well as providing Family Constellations (IoPT) facilitation, Jade Egg therapy and practice, and a humanist approach to the therapeutic relationship. As a Minister of the Homeopathy Congress, she is also a certified Prepare/Enrich® facilitator for couples. Her extensive clinical flower essences training took place in Spain where Bach Flower Therapy flourishes as an advanced clinical practice for both body and mind, as physician Dr. Bach originally intended. Loyola provides a truly holistic view in treatment of the body, heart and mind, as well as in-depth Flower Essence Therapy training for practitioners and layfolk. Sessions with Loey are available both in-person and long-distance via Zoom or Skype.

  • Melanie Metz

    Deep within her soul, Melanie has always been drawn to the human body, spirituality and the healing arts.  After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science many years ago, her personal healing path eventually led her into the world of Holistic Health. [ Read More …]
  • Rachel CostelloCertified Ayurveda Practitioner

    After seeing how Ayurveda helped with her own fertility and prenatal health as well as her own postnatal healing, Rachel found her calling: helping others before, during, and after their pregnancies. She also helps people regain control of their digestive and mental health, allowing them to live healthier, and more balanced lifestyles. Rachel received her training at Kanyakumari Ayurveda School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and maintains her national certification through the National Ayurveda Medical Association (NAMA). She’s also a member of the Minnesota Ayurveda Association. [ Read More …]
  • Sophia LoweL.Ac.

    Sophia has been fascinated by healing with herbs, energy work and natural remedies since childhood. As an adult, she found herself working in the wellness department of a co-op and realized that making herbal recommendations wasn't enough-she wanted to make a bigger impact on people's health. After being amazed at how well acupuncture and Chinese herbs worked for her sinus infections, she enrolled immediately and knew she was on the right path.​​ [ Read More …]
  • Angad Bani Kaur, Jessica Skilar

    Angad Bani Kaur is the spiritual name given to Jessica Skilar when she started her Kundalini Teacher Training Journey.  It means one who becomes a limb of the divine by constantly dwelling in her own sacred sound. As a musician, Kundalini was a natural avenue for her as she deeply connected to the Mantras. [ Read More …]

Our Environment:

Your treatment will take place in our office. We have created an environment that is free of interruptions, quiet and private.

Our Professional Ethics:

We will perform only those services for which we are qualified and represent our education, certification, professional affiliations and other qualifications honestly.

We have a sincere commitment to provide the highest quality care to those who seek our professional service.

We acknowledge the inherent worth and individuality of each person and, therefore, do not unjustly discriminate against clients or colleagues, and work to eliminate prejudices in the profession.

We acknowledge the confidential nature of the professional relationship with a client and respect each client’s right to privacy.

We respect the integrity of each person and, therefore, do not engage in any sexual conduct or sexual activities involving clients.

“We all have a private world. It is a privilege and sacred to be allowed in.” – Dr. Arvigo