Senna Servati graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a Bachelor’s in Ethnic Studies. She continued her educational studies receiving a Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, in San Diego, CA. She has been trained in multiple therapeutic modalities including acupuncture, herbology, nutritional therapy, fire cupping, moxibustion, electrical stimulation, gua sha, massage, breath work, Cranio-sacral therapy, tai qi, and qi gong. She is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in the state of California.
She has received additional training in Orthopedics, Facial Rejuvenation, Five-Element Style Acupuncture, Herbal Dermatology, and Pediatrics. During her schooling she interned at Rady Children’s hospital, UCSD RIMAC center, and a Seniors clinic at First Lutheran, in addition to the multi-disciplinary onsite clinic at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She specializes in anxiety, depression, addiction, and pain management. She is also currently expanding her specialties to include infertility and pediatrics.
Senna Servati is a California native with a multi-cultural family lineage, predominantly rooted in Sufism and traditional Native American spiritual practices. Her passion for the healing arts started at a young age when she was immersed whole-heartedly into meditative and breath work practices by her grandmother. She also has a tremendous love for gardening and cooking, particularly in creating delicious nutritionally healing meals, and will never pass up a trip to the beach.