New Year, New You!
Support for the changes you dream about
Join us at MaxWellness Massage
Saturday, Jan. 9th 2016 at 2-3:30pm
1620 Regent Street
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Natalie's 5-year career sharing the dōTERRA story fulfills her need to help and empower others to address their health concerns at home in a safe, natural, and effective way.
Natalie has pursued complimentary healthcare options since becoming a mom nearly 15 years ago. Essential oils have empowered her as a mom, and have essentially eliminated all but well-care visits for their family for more than 5-years now. In fact, even though he was enrolled in childcare full time for 5 years, her 6-year old son Eric has never been on a prescription medication (It's true, not even 1 antibiotic!)
Natalie believes in the power of intention. 2-years ago she left a 26+ year career in financial services after writing her story to include what she wants in her life. Her new story includes engaged time with her children and husband Steve, as well as intentional time exercising, meditating, serving her church, and a focus on personal development and practicing gratitude.
As a Licensed Massage Therapist and Radiologic Technologist, her background has provided a great understanding of human anatomy and how muscle and bone structure can limit or improve movement throughout your body. Maintaining physical health and balance is a must in daily life. Danielle enjoys helping individuals achieve this balance holistically by integrating several techniques and focusing on injury prevention/treatment, postural correction and stress relief.
In 2007, she began her journey learning about Health and Human Performance at the University of Montana. Through diligence and hard work, Danielle graduated with an Associates Degree in Applied Science~Radiologic Technology and an Associates Degree in Arts. Always having a deep passion for helping people, she knew she wanted to further her education of the human body and ways to help individuals achieve their needs holistically using alternative medicine.
To fuel this passion, she attended the Costa Rica School of Integrative Massage in 2013. There she learned to incorporate many modalities of massage to fit her client’s needs. Danielle’s massage specialties are Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy, Prenatal, Reflexology, Shiatsu and Aromatherapy. Also as a doTERRA Wellness Advocate, she enjoys educating individuals about the benefits of essential oils and how they can be used to help live a more natural, healthier, happier life.