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About Us

       Farmhouse Holistics started in 2015 as Junebug Farm that produced organic vegetables to the Queen Creek and San Tan Valley area. The main method to growing the produce with by Aquaponics, which uses fish to supply nutrients to plants that are grown without soil.  Co owners Dan and Jenny McGee met when they were both massage therapist in 2012 and were married in 2015. They both have had a passion for holistic healthy living for many years and dreamed of owning a business. Soon after opening Junebug Farm they decided to expand their business to become a Wellness Center offering their produce, massage, yoga, and nutritional coaching. 


About our Professionals

Our Team


Dan McGee

Licensed Massage Therapist since 2009 and Farmer

Owner of Farmhouse Holistics

Since a young age Dan has grown his passion for healthy living and a deep connection with nature. Massage has always been second nature to him as his mother was also a massage therapist.He learned at a young age the importance of body work. Soon after high school he enrolled in school at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts where he received his license for massage therapy. He has been practicing massage for 10yrs now and his style is structural massage with an intuitive touch.

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Jenny McGee

Holistic Nutritional & Wellness Practitioner

Owner of Farmhouse Holistics


Jenny has had a passion for health and wellness ever since working at a Naturopathic clinic where she was first introduced to holistic health in 2006. Her approach to nutrition is non-dieting, increasing nutrient intake by eating whole natural foods and integrating wellness modalities. She loves helping others learn about how food and wellness play an important role in the body. Jenny enjoys holistic cooking and sharing simple healthy recipe creations, while coaching others by designing a plan that fits your lifestyle. 

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Mallory Washburn

Hatha & Restorative Yoga Instructor

I began my yoga practice 9 years ago after realizing I needed a change in my wellness routine in order to physically sustain my physically demanding yet rewarding career as a massage therapist. Little did I know that the practice of yoga would help me in more ways than one. Not only did I reap the physical benefits of yoga, I also noticed a difference on how I handled everyday stress we all endure as humans. I was able to let go of things more easily that no longer served me as well as accept myself as who I am.

Eventually I started listening to all the signs around me and I began my journey to become a yoga teacher. I received my YTT 200hr training at Spirit of Yoga in Tempe, Arizona. Teaching Yoga brings joy into my life as I see people “flow” through their practice and see the subtle changes in their bodies. I will always be a student of yoga and will forever be grateful of my teachers in the past and present. One of my favorite quotes that I find repeating to my friends as well as clients is “you don’t have to be flexible to do yoga, you just have to be willing to shake the dust off and see what happens.”- David Good-

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