Esther Hornstein, L.Ac., is an Acupuncturist as well as the pioneer of 2nd Nature Healing Center. With an innate compassion towards people who suffer with ailments yet would not qualify for Western medical treatment, Esther's vision is to bring help, hope and healing to all people.
After completing a year in Brooklyn College and a year in Neve Yerushalayim, Esther went on to study in a combined Chinese medicine and Western medicine program, with 4 years of clinical experience from The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City, from 2005-2010. While studying she was the office manager of Flatbush Hatzalah. In 2010 she received her Bachelor of Professional Studies and Master of Science in Acupuncture. She holds a New York State License in Acupuncture and is Nationally Board Certified by the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine).
In 2010 Esther started her independent practice in Brooklyn, called 2nd Nature Acupuncture. After giving birth, she encapsulated her own placenta, and because her midwife knew about this, she started sending women to Esther to get their placentas encapsulated as well. As a result of this, placenta work became an integral part of her practice. In 2019 she completed training and became certified with APPA (Association of Placenta Preparation Arts).
In 2014 she made Aliyah and moved her practice to Ramat Beit Shemesh. She has been practicing privately from RBS ever since, and is also a practitioner at the Alternative Medicine clinic at Meuchedet in Beit Shemesh. In 2020 she trained to be a practitioner of the Universal Process, a remote healing modality. Feel free to book your appointment with Esther!
Rochel has been a healer since 2004. She practices Swedish and Hot Stone Massage and Reflexology. Her magical hands bring tranquility to a whole new level. She works with women and children.
Her massages are not only relaxing, they improve circulation, posture and the immune system.
Reflexology is a proven treatment to heal many ailments on the deepest of levels.
Eliezer studied Nutrition, Iridology, Shiatsu and Energy Healing in Shelem Institute, the leading Israeli college for complementary and alternative medicine, in the spirit of Judaism. All treatments and modalities have Rabbinical approval.
Eliezer has been practicing since 2014 and works with men only
Melissa Danziger is an intuitive and practical healer whose experience is in combining Western and Alternative healing modalities. She is the Office Manager of 2nd Nature Healing Center, with the vision to help create space for men, women and children alike to heal from the inside out. She is an Advanced Reflexology Practitioner from Shelem College in Jerusalem as well as an EMT with training from Magen David Adom, with experience in coaching as well.
Melissa has ten years of experience in working with women and helping them reach their potential through emotional and physical healing, and through facilitating their letting go of blocks which have prevented them from living the life of their dreams. Before coming to 2nd Nature Healing Center, she had private Reflexology practices in Jerusalem and Har Chevron, and worked in many educational institutions as a coach. She also regularly volunteers as an EMT for Magen David Adom in Beit Shemesh and Jerusalem.
She has experience in treating many medical issues across the spectrum, from alleviating psychosomatic disorders and emotional imbalances to delivering babies and nursing stab wounds. Feel free to book a treatment with Melissa, or call to consult with her about a treatment plan that can best suit your needs.
Sara Ruchama Lenn
Sara Ruchama studied Swedish Massage, Shiatsu, Lymphatic Massage, Myofascial Therapies, Thai Massage, Energy Healing, Aromatherapy, Deep Tissue Massage and Prenatal Massage in the National Holistic Institute in San Francisco. She started practicing privately in 2010 in San Francisco.
Once making Aliyah she opened her own practice in Jerusalem and has been working privately ever since. Sara Ruchama is a talented practitioner who individually assess her clients and creates a tailor made massage using all of the different modalities she has studied, so that the client can benefit from the best massage for them.
Avi Shapiro is a certified medical deep tissue and Swedish massage therapist and is currently studying Osteopathy at The Wingate Institute. He studied massage at Broshim in Tel Aviv in 2018 and has been seeing clients privately ever since.
He believes in the body's inner ability to heal itself. In treating his patients he strives to stimulate and direct the body to its inner healing abilities. His focus is on finding and releasing the structural barriers that are causing pain or dysfunction, as the way the body functions affects its structure, and the body's structure affects the body's functioning.