Dr. Rhea Zimmerman Komarek is a facilitator of individual transformation through multi-media production, group process innovation, and holistic precision chiropractic.  Her documentary film “Love Bomb” was released in April of 2014 to a sold out audience and has gone on to premier in theaters across the United States while winning the Audience Choice award at the Los Angeles Awareness Film Festival in 2014. She is currently training facilitators to run the My Love Bomb Program, a program developed to help answer the closing question of the film, which is: “What is your Love Bomb?” 

Her dedication to a life of loving service and a vision of human beings living in harmony beyond differences in nationality, language, and other artificial barriers led her to participate in chiropractic service trips to El Salvador and Brazil and to create and lead similar projects in India and Peru. At home she spent several years volunteering for The Pathway Home, a six-month rehabilitation and healing program created for combat veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan recovering from PTSD.  She has come to recognize that service is a transformational technique of it’s own that is as applicable overseas as it is in the most mundane events of everyday life.

She is passionate about contributing to a healthier humanity by assisting people to choose love over fear through everyday acts of service and relaxed embodiment, as well as through calmer nervous systems through the art of precision chiropractic.  

Dr. Rhea currently resides in Napa, CA, where she welcomes a limited number of new clients to her practice. 

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