The Zen Room

Hypnotherapy, Meditation, Boutique, Reiki Energy Work, Intuitive Work and more! Whether you are looking to remove blocks, interested in learning how to relax to experience higher levels of consciousness, or if you're seeking clarity around certain areas of your life, The Zen Room is a still and quiet space where answers can be found.

Zen Boutique

Unique Treasures

Whether you're looking for a treasure for yourself or a gift for another, shop The Zen Room for inspirational books, essential oils, crystals, jewelry, trinkets and more. Most everything you will find in The Zen Room will assist you on your journey to a happier, healthier and more balanced life. Come visit us at 60 4th Street #103, Gilroy, Ca. 95020.

Zen Services

The Zen Crew


Dawn Culp

Dawn is a Meditation Coach, Reiki Master Teacher, Certified Hypnotherapist, Writer and Owner of the Zen Room.  Using a combination of techniques, Dawn assists her clients who are looking to remove blocks, reduce stress, release energy and/or emotions no longer serving them, seek clarity around certain areas of their lives, manage pain, experience higher levels of consciousness or tap into that intuitive part of themselves as opposed to being beholdent to their inner critic or ego. Dawn assists her clients in finding untapped potential so they can experience a better life for themselves.  

Click here to book an appointment or call or text 408-569-9909.


Mikaila Locsin

Mikaila is a Certified Advanced Reiki Practitioner and Meditation Guide. Her goal through energy work is to assist her clients in finding alignment, clarity and relief both physically and mentally. Her favorite part of Reiki work is that it significantly helps one to expand their self awareness and grow through life obstacles in a manageable way. She is currently studying transformative holistic nutrition and is passionate about sharing the codependence of the physical and nonphysical aspects of a healthy and mindful lifestyle. Bilingual in Spanish/ Habla Español

Click here to book an appointment or call or text 408-706-4488.

 

 



Location:  60 4th St. #103, Gilroy, Ca. 95020

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