Amma Therapy Program Alumna (AG01) – What are they up to?

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It’s been almost a year since Portland Amma Therapy Program Group One (AG01) students graduated, so we thought we’d check in to see what each has been up to. Wow! It’s amazing all they’ve managed to achieve in such a short time. We are thrilled to see how active they are on the practice front and are very proud of all of them!

Here’s a snapshot of what these busy ladies have been up to and how they are currently sharing Amma Therapy with their respective communities.

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Carly Rice (LMT #21888): Carly started her own practice in Portland called Golden Labyrinth Health and Healing. It is located inside the Gotham Wellness Building on the corner of Interstate Ave. & Albina Ave. She also practices at Blue Sky Wellness on Mississippi Ave. in North Portland.

Keri Crittenden (LMT #22197): Keri is practicing at Heart Spring Health, located at the corner of SE Morrison St. and SE 8th Ave. in Portland. She is also available for house calls! Email Keri at keri.crittenden@gmail.com to schedule.

Tiffany Corbett (LMT #22051): Tiffany has been working as a Teaching Assistant (TA) at The Wellspring School, working with AG02 students at their clinic since April. She has a private space in NE Portland within the Gotham Wellness Building as works independently at a couple of other Portland locations. Contact her directly to schedule an appointment with her and determine which location works best, (208) 412-1824.

Nicole Hedlund (LMT #22159): Nicole has worked for the past year as a TA at The Wellspring School for both AG02 and AG03. She’ll be leading an upcoming AG04 class in January! She also started her own practice (www.nicolehedlund.com), and is available for treatments in 3 cities in Oregon: Portland (within The Wellspring School), Yachats and Albany.

Erin Benedik (LMT #22050): Erin opened her own practice called Spirit Dragon Healing Arts – located within Insights to Health at 2929 SW Multnomah Blvd. #302 Portland, OR.

Corey Raeka: Corey is settling down in Wisconsin after traveling the world for the past few months. She is in the process of obtaining her LMT license to practice Amma Therapy in her community.

Way to go, AG01 Alumna! You are an inspiration to our upcoming grads. We are thrilled to see you continue the Amma Therapy lineage!  

Are you interested in learning more about the benefits of this incredible modality or becoming an Amma Therapy Practitioner?

Attend an upcoming Program Info Session. Speak with program director and current program students and check out the school.
November 16th, 2016: 6:00-7:30pm
November 30th, 2016: 6:00-7:30pm

Amma Student Clinic: Experience firsthand the benefits of Amma Therapy in the last 4 weeks of AG02 clinic! One-hour appointments, Tuesdays through November 15th.

The next program begins January 3rd, 2017. Enrolling now! Check out our Amma Program Page for more details and to access application materials.

 

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