Meet Our Practitioners

Senia Mae Tuominen, MaOM, LAc

Senia Tuominen, MaOM, LAc
“The mission of Healing InSight is to use Traditional Chinese Medicine to provide the highest quality care with the longest-lasting results. Our practitioners are hand-chosen for their flair for combining acupuncture, herbs, food therapy, and health coaching to personalize every treatment and address the nuances of each person’s health.”–Senia Tuominen, LAc

Senia Mae, owner of Healing InSight, is a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner, licensed acupuncturist and certified herbalist. She founded Healing InSight in 2007 to provide the highest quality Traditional Chinese Medicine care with the longest-lasting results.

Senia Mae is a local Holistic Health Expert with regular appearances on Twin Cities Live and feature articles in the Pioneer Press, Star Tribune, and Minnesota Monthly. She loves taking the woo-woo factor out of acupuncture and making it approachable for everyday people, as well as sharing holistic remedies to take the guesswork out of self-care. She has had television guest appearances on KARE11, WCCO and Fox 9, and Healing Arts 101 and radio appearances on FM107 and the Hope, Healing, and Well-Being radio show.

Senia Mae excels at treating complicated cases, wellness issues, and digestive diseases, including irritable bowel syndrome, GERD, colitis, and inflammatory bowel disease. She enjoys learning and every year completes far more graduate studies than her licensure requires. She has done post-graduate training in Mei Zen cosmetic acupuncture and also trained at the largest Traditional Chinese Medicine hospital in the world in Tianjin, China. She’s a member of the Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine Association of Minnesota, Grand Avenue Business Association, and the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America.

Senia Mae practiced at the Crocus Hill Health Center, winner of the Best Place for Holistic Health Care in 2011 by the Women’s Press, before opening her aqua-infused, sunny clinic on Grand Avenue. She is licensed in acupuncture by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice and is a nationally board-certified herbalist. She holds a Diplomate in Chinese Herbology and Acupuncture from National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and a Masters Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Northwestern Health Sciences University, where she graduated summa cum laude. Prior to founding Healing InSight, Senia was a biomedical engineer and graduated from the University of Minnesota summa cum laude. Senia was also credentialed at Woodwinds Hospital.

Whitney Horstman, MsOM, LAc

“Life is too short, and too precious a gift, to tolerate pain of any nature if it can be helped. Everyone deserves to feel better. Helping people escape pain is why I get up and go to work every day.”–Whitney Horstman, LAc

Whitney Horstman, MSOM, LAc, is a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner, licensed acupuncturist, certified herbalist, Mei Zen cosmetic acupuncture provider, and body worker. She is on a lifelong quest to help others feel better and live happier.  Combining years of experience doing medical massage with all the tools Traditional Chinese Medicine has to offer, she addresses pain in a multi-therapy layered approach that has proven extremely effective and relaxing.  She gets excellent results with conditions such chronic pain, injuries, surgery recovery, autoimmune related symptoms, fibromyalgia, and headaches.

Whitney is licensed in acupuncture by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice and is a nationally board-certified herbalist. She holds a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine from National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and a Masters of Science Degree in Oriental Medicine from Hawaii College of Oriental Medicine. Prior to starting a career in acupuncture and herbal medicine, Whitney was a massage therapist for over a decade, a wilderness EMT/firefighter, Reiki Master, and a Wellesley College graduate.

Whitney practiced at Blue Lotus Integrative Healing Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico, winner of Best Acupuncture and Best Alternative Healing in the Santa Fe Reporter during the time she was there.  She did several rotations as clinical extern at North Hawaii Community Hospital, spending time in the medical/surgical unit, oncology, and birthing center.

Outside the clinic, Whitney is a dragon boat, outrigger canoe, and tall ship enthusiast, world traveler, mountain tromper, dog snuggler, fire spinner, and lover of all things art and food.