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Meet Our Oasis Therapists & Practionor

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Coral Cortez-Sabia

Owner & Wellness Practitioner

Craniosacral / NueroMuscular Therapist/ Sports Therapy/ and many more.

A Tahoe born local, Coral is proud to celebrate her dream of opening her own massage & wellness center come to fruition. With many years of bodywork experience since 2001, she strives to utilize her vast knowledge to help her clients get to their core issues and find lasting relief from their symptoms.

Since 2006 she has been focused in massage and bodywork and began her massage training at Diamond Light School of Massage and Healing. Her focus is to provide clients with multiple massage techniques including advance neck work, neuro muscular reprograming, lymphatic massage, reflexology, cupping, stone massage, sports massage and many other specialty services.

Originally trained in sports training, sports massage, sports psychology, deep tissue, somatic therapy, and therapeutic massage, Coral wanted to expand her knowledge and was trained under the originator of neuro muscular reprogramming, which led her into studying Craniosacral. She has had several profound experiences since advancing her specialties in craniosacral, advanced neck work, neuro muscular reprogramming, somatic therapy and has devoted her professional life to it because she truly believes in the benefits and results it provides for herself and her clients.

"The body is an amazing structure, its innate wisdom encompasses the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of a person. I have been blessed and fortunate to work with many amazing people, from all walks of life. Learning from them and helping so many to recognize how to bridge the gaps from what their conscious mind is saying and what the body is saying. Helping them create sustainable change within their body from dis-ease to ease. Each person is so incredibly unique, but each body is so sacred and beautiful having its own healing/ life journey of the body, mind and Soul. I feel extremely lucky to be on this path of work and I am grateful every time I get to share it with others." – Coral Cortez, LMT



 in loving Memory. Served us for 10 1/2yrs.

Dayo,  is 5yrs old and has been in the healing service for 4yrs. Alerting low blood sugar, seizures, and many other symptoms. He is a kind and friendly addition to our space.


Amy Harmon

Massage Therapist

She has Over 600 hours of training, specializing in Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Sports massage at Twin Lakes College of the Healing Arts in SantaCruz, CA. She furthered her knowledge of Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release with Art Rigs at the Massage School of San Francisco.  She received her MS in occupational therapy from San Jose State University in 2015, and has been practicing in subacute and assisted living settings since 2018 with a focus on the older adult population. 

"My massage is warm and nurturing, while remaining specific, efficient, and
effective. Experience yourself in your natural state: calm, relaxed and at
peace. I utilize modalities from deep to energetic in accordance with your
individual needs. I can integrate trigger point release and facilitated
stretching upon request. 

I look forward to working with you!"

 San Jose State University in 2015,
and have been practicing in subacute and assisted living settings since
2018 with a focus on the older adult population.
I look forward to working with you!

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Massage Therapist

As a young child I was drawn to the Healing Arts. Some health issues like hormone imbalance and repeated shoulder injury from athletics led me to see multiple Doctors and Physical Therapy visits. Always curious and studious, I enjoyed searching for alternative therapies to create and maintain balance and health in the body-mind. At the age of 12 I was introduced to massage through my physical therapy appointments and not only noticed how the massage helped my recovery, but how it relaxed and made me feel better, in general. I found a massage book at a bookstore not long after and began to study then give massages to anyone in my family that let me. I loved the connection, and how quickly it could alter a person’s attitude, pain level, mood, etc. After graduating college I went to Pacific Center for Awareness and Bodywork in Kauai in 2010 to pursue my passion in Massage Therapy. Along the way, I studied herbalism, yoga, meditation, and energy healing through Reiki. My background in massage includes Structural Integration, NMT, Arvigo Techniques of Mayan Abdominal Therapy (Womb and Abdominal Massage) and Pregnancy Massage. I love supporting women and their bodies in the many stages of life that they transition through. My style is very nurturing, intuitive, and healing. I look forward to connecting with you!  



Reiki & Sound Bath Healer

Natalie began her yoga and wellness journey in 2019 where she earned her RYT 200 Yoga Alliance certification at Still Water Yoga Lake Tahoe, studying under Shannon Liebel. 
Following yoga teacher training, Natalie joined TaijiFit Academy so she could become a Tai Chi instructor working with Veterans through the Community Care Network.  
With mediation practice really being the root and light to her yogic path, she eventually stumbled upon sound bath mediations and was instantly in love.  In 2022, Natalie was guided to study sound healing and Nada Yoga with Sharon Silverstein in Sedona, Arizona. 
Complementary to her studies of sound healing, Natalie simultaneously studied Reiki in order to attune into a more powerful energetic field while guiding sound baths.  She is now a certified Level II Reiki Practitioner and received her training from Reiki Master, Erin Donnelly at Tahoe Clinical Massage & Bodywork.  This enables her to help clients and students shift, open, and balance their vibrational frequency by assisting them to break through energetic blockages and activate and clear the chakra system.
Natalie is dedicated to continuing education and has taken several accredited masterclasses online for Kundalini, pranayama, crystal healing, chakra healing, Reiki, and sound healing. She will forever be devoted to deepening her practice and she hopes to help and inspire others to do the same.

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Aligned Chiropractic


Dr. Mel George

Dr. Mel George is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West. She graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors and was the Salutatorian of her class.

Dr. Mel was very active in the Palmer Community. She was involved in the Student American Chiropractic Association club as President and Vice President and even traveled to Washington DC to legislate for Medicare opportunities for Chiropractic patients.

During her undergrad, Dr. Mel attended California Polytechnic University San Luis Obispo and graduated Magna Cum Laude honors with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a concentration in Exercise Science.

Mel grew up in South Lake Tahoe California and loved playing sports and staying active. Mel skied in the winter and could be found playing softball or mountain biking in the summers. Mel played collegiate softball until she could not play past a shoulder injury she had developed. She then found yoga and became a yoga instructor in 2017. Yoga helped rehab Mel’s shoulder. Yoga became such an important aspect of Mel’s life that she taught 15 + classes a week. Mel realized she wanted to help more people heal in natural ways and thus decided to go back to school to become a chiropractor.

Now Dr. Mel is back in Lake Tahoe, enjoying all the outdoor activities that Tahoe has to offer and helping fellow neighbors continue to have an active life by staying healthy and pain-free.

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