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Briana Borten is a spiritual mentor and energy weaver who helps people create deep transformation and live extraordinary lives.
Briana learned early on that she was capable of creating her own destiny. When she was 18, she broke her neck in a debilitating car accident. It derailed her college career, but she unexpectedly discovered the power of positivity and the profound rehabilitative benefits of massage and energy work. She attended massage school and established a busy private practice in Portland. But she yearned to create an environment where clients could have a more comprehensive and transcendent healing experience. This came to fruition when, at age 23, she opened The Dragontree Holistic Day Spa.
Meanwhile, Briana attended California College of Ayurveda and graduated as a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist. This training and the following years of treating patients stoked her deepening love affair with assisting others to reach their full potential.
This work has led to her opening two additional spa locations; creating a program to help people achieve their life dreams; speaking and writing extensively on personal development; formulating a product line that embodies the Dragontree’s principles and aesthetic; creating a non-profit to empower women to create lives they are inspired by; mentoring visionaries to create spiritual rootedness and become stewards of wealth; and leading transformational energy healing for groups and individuals.
In her playtime, Briana is a family girl who loves to plan, create, and celebrate. She’s a huge cuddler and enjoys Sunday morning cuddle time with her amazing kids, Phoenix and Sailor, and her sweet husband, Peter. She loves swimming in natural bodies of water, hiking in the Rocky Mountains, dancing with friends (and alone), dinner parties, natural medicine, holidays, salted caramels, hip-hop music, design and decor.
Briana and Peter have built a beautiful gathering space on their land in Boulder where they host gatherings and workshops involving meditation, ceremony, ritual and lots of dancing.