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Natalie Bledstein, OTR/L, CST-D

Natalie is a graduate of UW-Madison, with degrees in Art (1988) and Occupational Therapy (1995).  Over the course of her career, Natalie has consistently been drawn to private practice, as she has found the ability to best meet client and family needs in this environment.  Passionate about lifelong learning, Natalie is USC-WPS certified in Sensory Integration, and has achieved both Techniques and Diplomate certifications in CranioSacral therapy.  Always curious to learn new information to support client goals, Natalie has studied modulated music systems (Therapeutic Listening and Integrated Listening Systems), reflex integration through the Musgatove Institute and Rhythmic Movement International, fine motor and handwriting skill development through Handwriting Without Tears and First Strokes, vestibular processing (Astronaut Training and other courses), and multiple courses in vision (ocular-motor skills and visual-perceptual skills) as relates to the populations she serves.  She is honored to play a role in her clients' lives, celebrating progress and being present with them a short distance on their journey.

Natalie believes in paying forward the benefits she has received from being mentored by others, teaching Craniosacral Therapy workshops as a Certified Instructor for the Upledger Institute, acting as a mentor for therapists, and collaborating with colleagues by co-leading a monthly study group with Emily Klik, LMT, CST.   You can find more information about me here:

Dina Visuri, MOT/L

Dina has a Bachelor's degree in Speech Pathology from Marquette University and a Masters in Occupational Therapy from Rush University.  The first five years of her OT career were in the school system.  Dina founded the non-profit Valley Children's Museum in San Ramon, CA, including designing and fabricating hands-on exhibits and programs for children.  Following her interest in body mechanics and movement, Dina has studied Somatics and is a certified Yoga instructor with experience working with children, adults and individuals with special needs.  She has additional training in Therapeutic Listening.  Her style is eclectic and playful with a passion for meeting each client's needs right where they are.


Emily Klik, LMT, CST

Emily Klik studied human sciences at the National College of Naprapathy, and is a Licensed Massage Therapist.  She has pursued extensive training in Craniosacral Therapy with the Upledger Institute since 2002, and is certified at the Techniques level in Craniosacral Therapy.  She has mentored under advanced Craniosacral Therapists in Chicago, is a regular TA for a variety of Upledger courses, and has led a study group since 2015.  Emily enjoys and is comfortable working with individuals of all ages.  She is currently excited to be studying the Immune Response curriculum, with the aim of facilitating balance for individuals with immune issues.  In her spare time, Emily watches birds local to her home and town, volunteers at the local animal shelter, and continues to study human anatomy and physiology.