RN, NTP, NEUROFEEDBACK PRACTITIONER
Anne’s nursing background spans 30 years of varied experience. She was most recently a Community Health Nurse, giving her great insight to the relationship people have with food at home: struggles with economic limitations, time constraints for food preparation, the resulting dis-ease from deficient diets and the symptoms of a struggling brain. She knew she had to do more, so Anne became an Energy Medicine Practitioner, which allowed her to be a better nurse. However, it was after all her nutritional therapy training that the bells started ringing: food’s healing effects on the human body became the solution that she had been trying to find. But she still had clients that seemed "stuck" or continued to have symptoms relating to the brain. Continuing her research, Anne learned about neuroplasticity and the brains ability to improve. This was the final piece to the puzzle- Neurofeedback and brain training with QEEG brain mapping shows where a brain is struggling and the nutrients which will help.
As a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, a Registered Nurse, a Neurofeedback Practitioner and an Energy Medicine Practitioner, Anne has the ability to blend the advantages of the healing arts with her nursing experience to address the foundations to health.
RN, NTP, CGP, NEUROFEEDBACK PRACTITIONER
Sandy graduated from The University of Portland in 1981 with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Sandy found the sacred work of Intensive Care, Hospice and Palliative Care to be some of the most profound, deeply spiritual work she has done in nursing.
In her extensive nursing career, Sandy understood that there was another level of care to help people before they reached the stage of life altering symptoms of dis-ease. As an intuitive, Energy Medicine quickly became one of her modalities of care. Continuing her education, Sandy became a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP), as well as a Certified Gluten Practitioner (CGP). Continuing to look at the person as a whole, Sandy realized the importance of brain health as a priority. Becoming a Neurofeedback Practitioner has been a game-changer!